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North Carolina judicial elections, 2018

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North Carolina judicial elections, 2018

At least one justice of the seven-member North Carolina Supreme Court and at least three judges of the 15-member North Carolina Court of Appeals will be elected by North Carolina voters on November 6, 2018, concurrently with other state elections. Terms for seats on each court are eight years. These elections will be partisan for the first time since the elections of 2002.

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Supreme Court (Jackson seat)

The seat currently held by Justice Barbara Jackson, a Republican, will be on the 2018 ballot.

Court of Appeals (Calabria seat)

The seat currently held by Judge Ann Marie Calabria, a Republican, will be on the 2018 ballot.

Court of Appeals (Elmore seat)

The seat currently held by Judge Rick Elmore, a Republican, will be on the 2018 ballot.

Court of Appeals (McCullough seat)

The seat currently held by Judge Douglas McCullough, a Republican, will be on the 2018 ballot.

References

North Carolina judicial elections, 2018 Wikipedia


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