The results of the North Carolina general election, which was held on Tuesday, will be declared after the votes are counted.
Nuneatons first-past-the-post vote was cast on January 27, 2019.
The outcome will be the first election held under a new federal system.
Voters were allowed to cast their votes in three rounds of voting.
Candidates for the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties were eliminated on November 8.
On November 7, the Republican Party of North Carolina won a seat in the state legislature and Governor Pat McCrory became the 45th governor of North Carolinians.
After a long battle, McCrry was re-elected by a margin of more than 3,000 votes.
In addition to McCrury, Democrats and the Libertarian Party candidates were eliminated.
Republican Party candidate Steve McClain was the Democratic Party’s nominee for Governor.
McClain was a co-sponsor of the McCrories proposed tax hike on millionaires.
During his campaign, McClain said he would “work hard to help those in need.”
He was endorsed by Governor Nikki Haley, a member of the North Carolina Tea Party, and Senator Kay Hagan. Governors Democrat Tim Scott and Republican David Perdue were selected to run for Governor in 2019.
In October, McCrory and the Republican opposition won a majority of North Carolinias House of Representatives seat.
A majority of the state House of Representatives voted for McCrances tax hike on millionaires.
McCrary has said he will not renegotiate his repeal of the Affordable Care Act for the second time and has sought to repeAL Obamacare by the end of 2019.