How Caldwell County voted in 2008 and 2010

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May 21, 2011 by lowercreek

If you are interested in the election results, I’ve gathered links from the SBOE.  The General Election has results by precinct, but I can’t find that for the Primary Elections.  Caldwell County seems to vote in the same percentage as the state average.  There are more Republicans registered in Caldwell County than Democrats.  This is an important county, because it votes so heavily Republican and can swing elections.  The more Republicans that vote, the more we can swing the state.  That is a very good thing.

Caldwell County Election Results —–

2008 Primary Election (May) – turnout by county link state map

2008 Primary Election – all races STATEWIDE  Link

2008 General Election (Presidential election in November) by precinct  link

2008 General Election – all race results  link

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2010 Primary Election (May) turnout by county link

2010 General Election (November) by precinct link

2010 General Election (November) turnout by county link  state map

2010 General Election – Caldwell County results  link

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Full NC Elections site  link  with 1992-2010 results

There is a sneak-peek at the Re-district Map at the bottom of the page.  This is just the proposed changes to the districts.  I like them.  It is being proposed that Caldwell move to the 11th District (Health Shuler (D)), so that we can help swing the vote to the Republican’s favor and control one more Congressional seat in DC. 🙂

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