Who Won North Carolina Elections in 2014?
Incumbent U.S. Senator Kay Hagan ran for a second term in 2014, but she ended up losing a close race to Republican Thom Tillis.
Incumbent members of the House of Representatives ran and won in ten of the thirteen Congressional Districts. Open seats were won by Mark Walker in the 6th, David Rouzer in the 7th and Alma Adams in the 12th.
Singer Clay Aiken ran in the 2nd District but lost to Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers.
|1st District||G.K. Butterfield||DEM||Incumbent||73.4%|
|2nd District||Renee Ellmers||REP||Incumbent||58.8%|
|3rd District||Walter Jones||REP||Incumbent||67.8%|
|4th District||David Price||DEM||Incumbent||74.8%|
|5th District||Virginia Foxx||REP||Incumbent||61.0%|
|6th District||Mark Walker||REP||58.7%|
|7th District||David Rouzer||REP||59.4%|
|8th District||Richard Hudson||REP||Incumbent||64.9%|
|9th District||Robert Pittenger||REP||Incumbent||Unopposed|
|10th District||Patrick McHenry||REP||Incumbent||61.0%|
|11th District||Mark Meadows||REP||Incumbent||62.9%|
|12th District||Alma Adams||DEM||75.4%|
|13th District||George Holding||REP||Incumbent||57.3%|