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10:47 p.m.

Primary races around the state were decided on Tuesday. Click to read the latest.

10:44 p.m.

Sandy Smith has won the Republican nomination for the U.S. House District 1 race, beating Sandy Roberson by just over 2,000 votes. She will face Don Davis, who won the Democrat nomination.

10:23 p.m.

Current Congressman Madison Cawthorn has conceded the U.S. House District 11 race. With 86.7% of the vote in, Cawthorn trails Chuck Edwards by nearly 2,000 votes. On Twitter Tuesday night, Sen. Thom Tillis congratulated Edwards on the win.

10:06 p.m.

Scott Hammonds and Corey Rogerson (Contributed photos)

One of the most fierce battles in Eastern North Carolina has been the race for Beaufort County sheriff. With all the precincts reporting, Scott Hammonds has beaten current Sheriff Ernie Coleman on the Republican side. Corey Rogerson has easily won the Democrat nomination against two challengers. Hammonds and Rogerson will meet in November in the general election.

9:51 p.m.

Madison Cawthorn’s chances of returning to the U.S. House of Representatives is not looking good. With 70.6% of the votes in, he trails Chuck Edwards by nearly 2,000 votes. Jasmine Beach-Ferrara is comfortably in the lead on the Democrat side.

9:42 p.m.

The race to be the next mayor in New Bern is heading for a runoff. Former New Bern police chief Toussaint Summers Jr. leads Jeffrey Odham by one vote, 2,622 to 2,621 with all precincts reporting. The runoff is slated to take place July 26.

Current New Bern Mayor Dana Outlaw, who chose to run for the Craven County Board of Commissioners District 4 seat, lost to ET Mitchell.

9:30 p.m.

Don Davis (AP photo)

The Associated Press has called the Democrat U.S. House race in District 1 for former Snow Hill Mayor and current N.C. Sen. Don Davis. He is projected to beat Erica Davis. Don Davis will square off against the Republican winner, currently a battle between Sandy Smith and Rocky Mount Mayor Sandy Roberson. The candidates are vying for the seat currently held by Congressman G.K. Butterfield, who is not seeking re-election.

9:23 p.m.

With half the precincts reporting in Onslow County, Chris Thomas appears to be the easy winner in the race to become the next sheriff. He has 74.2% of the vote compared to 15.3% for John Yopp.

9:07 p.m.

With all precincts reporting, P.J. Connelly has won the race for Greenville mayor, beating Elizabeth Liles.

9:06 p.m.

Former North Carolina governor Pat McCroy spoke to supporters after losing to Ted Budd in the U.S. Senate race.

U.S. Rep. Ted Budd has won a crowded Republican primary for retiring GOP Sen. Richard Burr’s seat in North Carolina.

Budd’s win is also a victory for former President Donald Trump, who elevated the little-known congressman with a surprise endorsement nearly a year ago. A super PAC affiliated with the conservative Club for Growth spent millions on ads supporting Budd and attacking his chief rival, former Gov. Pat McCrory, as too liberal.

McCrory was considered a moderate in the 14-candidate primary but is best known nationally for signing a “bathroom bill” targeting transgender people in 2016 that cost the state billions. Former U.S. Rep. Mark Walker also competed in the race.

Budd avoided a runoff by garnering more than 30% of the vote in the primary. He now advances to the November general election, where he’ll take on Democrat Cheri Beasley, a former state Supreme Court chief justice. Beasley would be North Carolina’s first Black senator if elected in the Republican-leaning state.

— The Associated Press

9 p.m.

Don Davis has a sizable lead in the Democrat race for U.S. House of Representatives, leading with 30.8% of the precincts in. Sandy Smith has pushed ahead on the Republican side with Rocky Mount Mayor Sandy Robertson as the closest challenger.

8:46 p.m.

Ted Budd addressed his supporters after easily winning the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate. He will meet Cheri Beasley, the Democrat winner, in November. Click here for results.

8:42 p.m.

The state races for the House of Representatives have mixed results so far. In House District 1, Don Davis leads comfortably on the Democrat side while Sandy Smith and Sandy Roberson are in a close battle on the Republican side.

In District 3, The Associated Press has called the race for current Rep. Greg Murphy. He will square off against Barbara Gaskins in November.

8:34 p.m.

Chris Thomas is out to a big lead in the race to replace Hans Miller as Onslow County Sheriff. Another hotly contested sheriff’s race is in Beaufort County. Scott Hammonds leads current sheriff Ernie Coleman early on the Republican side while Corey Rogerson leads on the Democrat side.

8:32 p.m.

The race for New Bern mayor is a tight one with Toussaint Summers Jr., the former New Bern chief of police, leading Jeffrey T. Odham. There are 10 out of 21 precincts reporting.

8:27 p.m.

Cheri Beasley addressed her supporters after winning the Democrat nomination for U.S. Senate.

Cheri Beasley has won the North Carolina Democratic primary in the race to succeed retiring Republican Sen. Richard Burr.

The former state Supreme Court chief justice defeated 10 other Democrats on Tuesday. Beasley would be North Carolina’s first Black U.S. senator if she wins in November.

Beasley became the Democratic front-runner as two key rivals bowed out last fall.

Beasley was elected to the state Court of Appeals in 2008. She was later appointed to the Supreme Court, won an election and was named chief justice by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper in 2019. In 2020, she lost a statewide election to remain chief justice by just 400 votes.

— The Associated Press

8:24 p.m.

There are two races for mayor in Eastern North Carolina that have received a lot of attention during primary season. Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly is running against Elizabeth Liles. Connelly currently has a comfortable lead.

8:15 p.m.

Congressman Madison Cawthorn is in a dogfight to win the Republican side of the race for District 11 in North Carolina. He currently trails Chuck Edwards early in the tally process. Click here to see the latest in this race.

7:59 p.m.

The Associated Press has called the Democrat and Republican races for U.S. Senate in North Carolina. Cheri Beasley has been declared the winner for the Democrats while Ted Budd has won the race for the Republicans.

The two will square off for the spot currently held by Sen. Richard Burr, who is retiring.