Cary Election Results

L–>R Lori Bush, Harold Weinbrecht and Gale Adcock on Tuesday evening at Rudino’s.

Cary, NC – Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht was re-elected to a second term on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Wake County Board of Elections.

Weinbrecht Returned as Mayor

Harold Weinbrecht captured 58% of the vote against 41% for challenger Michelle Muir.

17,634 people voted in the Cary municipal contest.

Bush Wins At-Large Seat

Lori Bush garnered 55% of the vote in the At-Large contest for Cary Town Council against 44% for Zeke Bridges.

Adcock Reelected

Gale Adcock retained her seat on Town Council against challenger Don Hyatt, getting 65% of the vote to Mr. Hyatt’s 34%.

Frantz Returned

Don Frantz was returned to Town Council against challenger Jeff Foxx. Frantz won 62% of the vote to 37% for Foxx.

Regional Election Results

Full election results can be viewed at the Wake County Board of Elections or WRAL. But several contests of note may be of interest to CaryCitizen readers.

  • Wake County School Board Chairman Ron Margiotta appears to have been defeated by challenger Susan Evans, with 6,515 votes for Margiotta to 7,100 for Evans.
  • In the Raleigh Mayoral race, Nancy McFarlane claimed a convincing victory over Billie Redmond, winning 61% of the vote.
  • Raleigh voters also approved two bond measures, one for transportation and another for housing, by margins in excess of 60%.

 

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  1. Lindsey Chester
    Lindsey Chester says:

    Congratulations to the winners and condolences to the losers-
    A clean race with plenty of debate-
    Cary can be proud we have so many qualified candidates running to represent our fine town.

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