NC 10th U.S. Congressional District won by Republican incumbent Patrick McHenry

RALEIGH — Republican incumbent Rep. Patrick McHenry has win western N.C.’s 10th U.S. Congressional District race against Democratic challenger David Parker.

With nearly half the precincts reporting, McHenry led with more than 68% of the vote.

McHenry is a realtor who was first elected in 2004, and Parker is a lawyer and school board member from the Lake Norman area.

The N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE) will continue to accept absentee ballots through Nov. 12. Due to the extended deadline for those ballots, results reported on election night may change.

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