2019 Candidate Evaluations

 

 

US HOUSE DISTRICT 3

Last Name

District

Initial

Par/Dis

Survey

Vote

Other

Star Eval

BAIKO

USH03

K

R-03

 

 

 

0

BEAUMONT

USH03

P

R-03

100

 

 

****

BOYD

USH03

G

R-03

 

 

 

0

CAIRNS

USH03

C

R-03

100

 

 

****

CERES

USH03

G

R-03

92

 

 

****

CLARK

USH03

C

R-03

 

 

 

0

COX

USH03

D

R-03

83

 

 

***

DE LUCA

USH03

F

R-03

96

 

 

****

LAW

USH03

P

R-03

100

 

 

****

MOORE

USH03

J

R-03

 

 

 

0

MURPHY

USH03

G

R-03

94

88

 

****

NIX

USH03

M

R-03

100

 

 

****

PAYMENT

USH03

M

R-03

94

 

 

****

PERRY

USH03

J

R-03

 

 

 

0

ROUSE

USH03

E

R-03

 

 

 

0

SHEPARD

USH03

P

R-03

96

93

100

****

SPECIALE

USH03

M

R-03

100

84

100

****

BRAY

USH03

S

L-03

 

 

 

0

HARRIS

USH03

T

L-03

89

 

 

***

BEW

USH03

R

D-03

 

 

 

0

HUMPHREY

USH03

G

D-03

 

 

 

0

JOHNSON

USH03

I

D-03

 

 

 

0

OUTLAW

USH03

D

D-03

 

 

 

0

REEVES

USH03

E

D-03

 

 

 

0

THOMAS

USH03

A

D-03

 

 

 

0

HOLT

USH03

G

C-03

 

 

 

0

 


 

US HOUSE DISTRICT 9

Last Name

District

Initial

Par/Dis

Survey

Vote

Other

Star Eval

ANGLIN

USH09

C

R-09

 

 

 

0

BISHOP

USH09

D

R-09

88

94

 

****

BROWN

USH09

L

R-09

100

 

 

****

DAY

USH09

K

R-09

 

 

 

0

DUNN

USH09

G

R-09

87

 

 

***

RIVENBARK HULL

USH09

S

R-09

88 

 

 

***

RIDENHOUR

USH09

M

R-09

99

 

 

****

RUSHING

USH09

S

R-09

100

 

 

****

SHUBERT

USH09

F

R-09

98

 

 

****

WILEY

USH09

A

R-09

88

 

 

***

SCOTT

USH09

J

L-09

 

 

 

0

SMITH

USH09

A

G-09

 

 

 

0

MCCREADY

USH09

D

D-09

 

 

 

0

 

Correction made to Rivenbark Hull's record, above. 


 

As you may know, special elections are being held in two of North Carolina’s congressional districts: The 3rd and the 9th Congressional Districts. As you will see below, each congressional primary election has a different date. As always, vote like your gun rights depend on it, because they do.

Candidate recommendations versus evaluations: Below arerecommendations for effective voting strategies by the Grass Roots North Carolina Political Victory Fund. Candidate recommendations, which are more limited than blanket “endorsements,” are not made in all races, only in races where a clear pro-gun candidate stands out or where strategic voting is necessary to keep anti-gun candidates out of office.

Recommendations differ from GRNC candidate evaluations. While the evaluations are intended to provide an objective measure of where candidates stand on Second Amendment issues, GRNC–PVF recommendations are analytical and therefore subject to interpretation. For a full explanation of GRNC’s objective star evaluations, go to: https://www.grnc.org/remember-in-november/grnc-candidate-evaluations-2019 

Important note: Candidates who lack voting records or other history on Second Amendment issues and who fail to return GRNC’s candidate survey automatically receive a zero star evaluation (0) on the assumption that they are hiding their position from gun voters. Every election year, we receive complaints about ostensibly pro-gun candidates who receive zero star evaluations due to failure to return the survey. Each candidate is mailed a survey to the address he or she registered with the State Board of Elections. If they fail to return the survey, we cannot help candidates who will not help themselves.

Voting instructions

For the 3rd District: Primary election One-Stop Early Voting began on April 10 and ends on April 26. Check your county's one-stop site information for specific times. Primary Election Day is April 30 from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMClick here to find your polling place on election day, or click here to find your One-Stop Early Voting place. Absentee ballots must be postmarked by Primary Election Day (April 30) and received by 5 PM 3 days after Primary Election Day (if by mail). Click here to check your voter registration.

For the 9th District: Primary election One-Stop Early Voting begins on April 24 and ends on May 10. Check your county's one-stop site information for specific times. Primary Election Day is May 14 from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMClick here to find your polling place on election day, or click here to find your One-Stop Early Voting place. Absentee ballots must be postmarked by Primary Election Day (May 14) and received by 5 PM 3 days after Primary Election Day (if by mail). Click here to check your voter registration. 

Same day voter registration: One-stop absentee voting (commonly known as "early voting") allows any registered voter to cast an absentee ballot in person on select days prior to Election Day. In 2019, primary election one-stop voting for the 3rd District began on Wednesday, April 10, and ends on Friday, April 26.

One-stop voting for the 9th District begins on Wednesday, April 24, and ends on Friday, May 10.

Unlike on Election Day, when registered voters can only vote at their specific precinct, one-stop voting allows registered voters to vote at any one-stop absentee voting site in the county. One-stop sites will have all the ballot styles for a given election at each site.