NC Superintendent Mark Johnson fails to win a single county in his bid to become Lieutenant Governor

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The voters have spoken.

North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson finished a distant third in the Republican primary to see who will succeed Dan Forest as NC’s Lieutenant Governor.

Johnson failed to win a single county in the contest.

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3 thoughts on “NC Superintendent Mark Johnson fails to win a single county in his bid to become Lieutenant Governor

  1. Sad that all he had to do was win less than one third of the vote (those fooled by his endless self-promotion) to get his social promotion to his next higher office. 30% to avoid a runoff is too low.

  2. He should have the message by now….which is please resign, leave NC and don’t come back!
    We need only upstanding, honest, unselfish people in our NC education /government system!!

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