North Carolina gubernatorial election, 1992
|Elections in North Carolina|
The North Carolina gubernatorial election of 1992 was held on November 3, 1992. Incumbent Governor James G. Martin was unable to run for a third consecutive term due to term limits, and his Lieutenant Governor, Jim Gardner, was chosen to replace him as the Republican nominee. Former Governor Jim Hunt decided to seek his third term as the Democratic nominee. The race became one of the nastiest and most talked about races in the country, with Hunt winning a third term easily over Gardner and Libertarian nominee Scott McLaughlin.
Primary election results
|1992 NC Governor Democratic Primary Election Results|
|Democratic||Marcus W. Williams||25,660||3.66|
|1992 NC Governor Republican Primary Election Results|
|Republican||Ruby T. Hooper||26,179||9.96|
|Republican||Gary M. Dunn||21,256||8.08|
General election results
|1992 NC Governor Election Results|
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