Who Won North Carolina Elections in 2004?
In the 2004 North Carolina elections Richard Burr won a close race to take over the Senate seat vacated by vice presidential candidate John Edwards. Both of the open seats in Congress were taken by the Republicans as well in 2004, while North Carolina's incumbent Democratic Governor Mike Easley won re-election.
George W Bush won North Carolina's 15 electoral votes in the 2004 presidential election.
|1st District||G.K. Butterfield||DEM||Incumbent||64.0%|
|2nd District||Bob Etheridge||DEM||Incumbent||62.3%|
|3rd District||Walter Jones||REP||Incumbent||70.7%|
|4th District||David Price||DEM||Incumbent||64.1%|
|5th District||Virginia Foxx||REP||58.8%|
|6th District||Howard Coble||REP||Incumbent||73.1%|
|7th District||Mike McIntyre||DEM||Incumbent||73.2%|
|8th District||Robin Hayes||REP||Incumbent||55.5%|
|9th District||Sue Myrick||REP||Incumbent||70.2%|
|10th District||Patrick McHenry||REP||64.1%|
|11th District||Charles H Taylor||REP||Incumbent||54.9%|
|12th District||Mel Watt||DEM||Incumbent||66.8%|
|13th District||Brad Miller||DEM||Incumbent||58.8%|