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The primary will take place on May 6, 2014, across North Carolina. Here’s your guide to finding out more about the federal, state and regional-level candidates in Clay County, with direct links to their campaign pages. Not all candidates will appear on each ballot, which depends on your selected party.
Find your polling place here. The polls open at 6:30 a.m.
Kay Hagan, incumbent, Democrat. Voting record
Ernest Reeves, Democrat
Will Stewart, Democrat
Ted Alexander, Republican
Alex Lee Bradshaw, Republican
Greg Brannon, Republican
Heather Grant, Republican
Mark Harris, Republican
Edward Kryn, Republican
Jim Snyder Jr., Republican
Thom Tillis, Republican
Tim D’Annunzio, Libertarian
Sean Haugh, Libertarian
U.S. House of Representatives District 11
N.C. State Senate District 50
N.C. House District 120
Roger West, incumbent, Republican
District Attorney District 30
N.C. District Court Judge District 30
Kristina L. Earwood
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