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ⓘ 2008 North Carolina lieutenant gubernatorial election




2008 North Carolina lieutenant gubernatorial election
                                     

ⓘ 2008 North Carolina lieutenant gubernatorial election

The North Carolina lieutenant gubernatorial election of 2008 was held on November 4, 2008, as part of the elections to the Council of State. North Carolina also held a gubernatorial election on the same day, but the offices of governor and lieutenant governor are elected independently.

Democrat Walter H. Dalton was elected Lieutenant-Governor, succeeding term-companies Beverly Perdue, who was elected Governor on the same day. Dalton won a slightly higher percentage of votes than Perdue in her gubernatorial race, while Republican Robert Pittenger won a slightly smaller percentage than GOP gubernatorial nominee Pat Mccrory and libertarian Phillip Rhodes won a slightly larger percentage than his partys candidate for Governor, Michael Munger.

By 2019, this is the last time a Democrat was elected Vice-Governor of North Carolina.

                                     
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