Who Won North Carolina Elections in 2010?
U.S. Senator Richard Burr won re-election to a second term in 2010 over Democrat challenger Elaine Marshall. He was the first incumbent to win this seat since Sam Ervin in 1968.
All the incumbent representatives won re-election in 2010, except in the 2nd District. Republican challenger Renee Ellmers narrowly defeated Democrat incumbent Bob Etheridge. Etheridge had been in office since 1997.
|1st District||G.K. Butterfield||DEM||Incumbent||59.3%|
|2nd District||Renee Ellmers||REP||49.5%|
|3rd District||Walter Jones||REP||Incumbent||71.9%|
|4th District||David Price||DEM||Incumbent||57.2%|
|5th District||Virginia Foxx||REP||Incumbent||65.9%|
|6th District||Howard Coble||REP||Incumbent||75.2%|
|7th District||Mike McIntyre||DEM||Incumbent||53.7%|
|8th District||Larry Kissell||DEM||Incumbent||53.0%|
|9th District||Sue Myrick||REP||Incumbent||69.0%|
|10th District||Patrick McHenry||REP||Incumbent||71.2%|
|11th District||Heath Schuler||DEM||Incumbent||54.3%|
|12th District||Mel Watt||DEM||Incumbent||63.9%|
|13th District||Brad Miller||DEM||Incumbent||55.5%|