From the Asheville Citizen Times:
The rowdy March 3 race to replace one of the most conservative members of the U.S. House is finished, but the contest is not over with Republicans headed for a runoff.
In the Democratic primary for North Carolina’s new 11th District, retired Air Force Col. Moe Davis won, amassing 47% of the votes with 96% of precincts reported. Closest to him was Gina Collias with 22.7%. Five Democrats were in the race.
Davis sent out a statement thanking voters and referencing the district’s redrawing. That happened after court challenges over how Republican mapmakers shaped it to their advantage.