North Carolina judicial elections
|Supreme Court||Court of Appeals||Superior Courts||District Courts|
|Non-partisan elections - 8 year terms||Non-partisan elections - 8 year terms||Non-partisan elections - 8 year terms||Non-partisan elections - 4 year terms|
If more than two candidates apply for the same position, they must run in the primary election. The two candidates with the highest votes in the primary advance to the general election. However, if there are only one or two candidates, they are automatically advanced to the general election.
Results for all races can be found on the Board of Elections website.
In 2011, the North Carolina Bar Association conducted performance reviews of its state judges, which are available to the public.
- Judicial selection in North Carolina
- Election results
- Campaign finance requirements for North Carolina judicial elections
- News: Supreme Weekly: The cost of running for a Supreme Court