GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) Republican Dr. Greg Murphy has won North Carolina 3rd Congressional District race with 61.74% of the votes, according to North Carolina State Board of Elections unofficial local election results.
The District 3 Congressional seat has been vacant since the February passing of Congressman Walter B. Jones Jr.
“I think that it is important that you represent every person in the district,” said Dr. Greg Murphy (R). “It is crossing the aisle, it is going and meeting everybody, republican or democrat, African American, Hispanic. I don’t go to represent just the people who voted for me, I go to represent everybody in our district.”
Allen Thomas (D) had 37.47% of the votes, Greg Holt (C) 0.44% and Tim Harris (L) 0.35%.
“I don’t think there’s anything else we could have done we worked hard on this campaign, at the end of the day I’m gonna be able to say I’ve run a positive campaign about the fundamentals of what’s going to move eastern North Carolina forward,” said Allen Thomas.
GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – The District 3 Congressional seat has been vacant since the February passing of Congressman Walter B. Jones Jr.
Today people living in the district are deciding who will fill his seat and serve as their voice in Washington.
The candidates are Dr. Greg Murphy (R), Allen Thomas (D), Tim Harris (Libertarian), and Greg Holt (Constitution).
Polls open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.