Greensboro's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and more | Greensboro, North Carolina | WFMYNEWS2.com

Primary Day 2019 Results

North Carolina primary election results for Burlington, High Point and Mount Airy.

*Story updated to reflect winners who will face off on the November ballot.*

Voters in several Triad cities and counties headed to the polls Tuesday to narrow down the list of candidates for the November 2019 Election Ballot. 

The primary races include the Mayoral race in Burlington, Mayoral race in High Point, High Point City Council for Ward 1 and an At-Large Seat. Mount Airy Commissioner seats for North and South Ward and an At-Large spot. 


On the Primary Ballot in the Triad

Burlington Mayor:

Ian Baltutis [WINNER]

Joey Cook Sr. [WINNER]

  • Lisa Patrick

High Point Mayor:

Jay Wagner [WINNER]

Carlvena Foster [WINNER]

  • Bruce Davis

High Point City Council Ward 1

Cyril Jefferson [WINNER]

  • Willie H. Davis
  • Jerry L. Archie

High Point City Council At-Large

Britt W. Moore [WINNER]

Tyrone E. Johnson [WINNER]

  • Mason Garner
  • Patrick Harman
  • Joshua (Fox) Brown

Surry County Commissioner At-Large

Ron Niland [WINNER]

Jim Arbrister [WINNER]

  • Rob Livengood

Surry County Commissioner North Ward (Mount Airy)

Thomas C. Koch [WINNER]

Frank Clawson [WINNER]

  • Dean Brown

Surry County Commissioner South Ward (Mount Airy)

Marie T. Wood [WINNER]

Gene Clark [WINNER]

  • Julia F. Mitchell

On Election Day, November 5, polls will also be open from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

RELATED: Voter Guide: What You Should Know About The Primary Election

RELATED: Here's Your Guide to Registering to Vote Ahead November Elections


  • Voter Registration Deadline for the November Elections: October 11, 2019
  • In-Person Early Voting Begins: October 16, 2019
  • In-Person Early Voting Ends: November 1, 2019
  • Election Day: November 5, 2019


Are you registered to vote? To check your registration, Go HERE. This "Voter Lookup" tool will give you all of your registration information, including the districts you reside in for Congress, state House and Senate, Superior Court, county commission and board of education, among others. It will also show your Election Day polling place.