Republican primary elections for 111 of 120 seats in the North Carolina House of Representatives took place on May 17, 2022. Of the 111 seats up for election in 2022, 30 had a primary election with more than one candidate.
Across all contested Republican primary elections, candidates raised $2.1 million. Incumbents raised an average of $67,635 per candidate and challengers raised an average of $18,156 per candidate.
Five primary elections with the most fundraising
The table below details the five Republican primary elections with the most fundraising in the House of Representatives. Winning candidates’ names are in bold.
|District 73||$258,535||Lee Zachary (R)||Brian Echevarria, Catherine Whiteford, and Parish Moffitt|
|District 79||$162,412||Keith Kidwell (R)||Keith Kidwell and Edwin Hege|
|District 113||$161,963||Jake Johnson (R)||Jake Johnson and David Rogers|
|District 91||$157,174||Kyle Hall (R)||Kyle Hall, James Douglas, and Stephen James|
|District 9||$116,701||Brian Farkas (D)||Timothy Reeder and Tony Moore|
#1 District 73 – $258,535
Brian Echevarria raised $191,393, Catherine Whiteford raised $58,082, and Parish Moffitt raised $9,060.
Brian Echevarria advanced to the general election with 57 percent of the vote, Catherine Whiteford received 22 percent of the vote, and Parish Moffitt received 20 percent of the vote.
#2 District 79 – $162,412
Incumbent Keith Kidwell raised $162,412 and Edwin Hege raised $0.
Keith Kidwell advanced to the general election with 83 percent of the vote and Edwin Hege received 17 percent of the vote.
#3 District 113 – $161,963
Incumbent David Rogers raised $3,000 and Incumbent Jake Johnson raised $158,963.
Jake Johnson advanced to the general election with 65 percent of the vote and David Rogers received 35 percent of the vote.
#4 District 91 – $157,174
Incumbent Kyle Hall raised $157,174, James Douglas raised $0, and Stephen James raised $0.
Kyle Hall advanced to the general election with 83 percent of the vote, James Douglas received 10 percent of the vote, and Stephen James received 7 percent of the vote.
#5 District 9 – $116,701
Timothy Reeder raised $116,701 and Tony Moore raised $0.
Timothy Reeder advanced to the general election with 58 percent of the vote and Tony Moore received 42 percent of the vote.
The data above are based on campaign finance reports that active North Carolina PACs submitted to the North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBE). Federal PACs are not required to report to state agencies. Transparency USA publishes campaign finance data following major reporting deadlines. State or federal law may require filers to submit additional reports.
|Report Name||Report Due Date|
|2022 Q1 Plus||5/10/2022|
|2022 Semiannual (only candidates not on 2022 ballot)||7/29/2022|
|2022 Q3 Plus||10/31/2022|
|2022 Year End Semiannual (only candidates not on 2022 ballot)||1/27/2023|