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Ike Johnson

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Biography

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Political Experience

Professional Experience

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

Additional Information

Isaiah Johnson (Democrat) was a candidate for North Carolina's 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House. Johnson lost the primary on April 30, 2019.

Elections

2019

General election
Special general election for U.S. House North Carolina District 3

Gregory Murphy (R) defeated Allen Thomas (D), Greg Holt (Constitution Party), and Tim Harris (L) in the special general election for U.S. House North Carolina District 3 on September 10, 2019.

Candidate
%
Votes

Gregory Murphy (R)
61.7
70,142

Allen Thomas (D)
37.5
42,570

Greg Holt (Constitution Party)
0.4
502

Tim Harris (L)
0.3
393

Total votes: 113,607
Primary runoff election
Special Republican primary runoff for U.S. House North Carolina District 3

Gregory Murphy defeated Joan Perry in the special Republican primary runoff for U.S. House North Carolina District 3 on July 9, 2019.

Candidate
%
Votes

Gregory Murphy (R)
59.7
21,444

Joan Perry (R)
40.3
14,472

Total votes: 35,916
Democratic primary election
Special Democratic primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3

The following candidates ran in the special Democratic primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3 on April 30, 2019.

Candidate
%
Votes

Allen Thomas (D)
50.0
12,883

Richard Bew (D)
25.2
6,502

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Dana Outlaw (D)
12.6
3,256

Isaiah Johnson (D)
6.8
1,760

Gregory Humphrey (D)
2.7
686

Ernest Reeves (D)
2.6
681

Total votes: 25,768
Republican primary election
Special Republican primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3

The following candidates ran in the special Republican primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3 on April 30, 2019.

Candidate
%
Votes

Gregory Murphy (R)
22.5
9,505

Joan Perry (R)
15.4
6,510

Phillip Shepard (R)
12.0
5,082

Michael Speciale (R)
9.5
4,009

Phil Law (R)
8.7
3,683

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Eric Rouse (R)
7.7
3,251

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Jeff Moore (R)
5.4
2,277

Francis De Luca (R)
3.9
1,664

Celeste Cairns (R)
3.5
1,462

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Chimer Davis Clark Jr. (R)
2.6
1,087

Michele Nix (R)
2.2
909

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Graham Boyd (R)
2.1
895

Paul Beaumont (R)
1.8
776

Mike Payment (R)
1.3
537

Don Cox (R)
0.6
251

Kevin Baiko (R)
0.4
170

Gary Ceres (R)
0.3
107

Total votes: 42,175
Libertarian primary election
Special Libertarian primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3

Tim Harris defeated Shannon Bray in the special Libertarian primary for U.S. House North Carolina District 3 on April 30, 2019.

Candidate
%
Votes

Tim Harris (L)
56.4
75

Shannon Bray (L)
43.6
58

Total votes: 133

2018

General election
General election for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14

Incumbent George Cleveland (R) defeated Isaiah Johnson (D) in the general election for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14 on November 6, 2018.

Candidate
%
Votes

George Cleveland (R)
58.8
10,544

Isaiah Johnson (D)
41.2
7,381

Total votes: 17,925
(100% precincts reporting)
Democratic primary election
Democratic primary for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14

Isaiah Johnson advanced from the Democratic primary for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14 on May 8, 2018.

Candidate

Isaiah Johnson (D)

Republican primary election
Republican primary for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14

Incumbent George Cleveland defeated Joe McLaughlin in the Republican primary for North Carolina House of Representatives District 14 on May 8, 2018.

Candidate
%
Votes

George Cleveland (R)
52.5
2,122

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Joe McLaughlin (R)
47.5
1,917

Total votes: 4,039

Articles

Issue Position: Protect the Right to Vote - Voters should choose their Representatives, not the other way around

Jan. 1, 2019

It is past time to adopt a non-partisan system to draw congressional, legislative and judicial district lines. Our government should be representative of the people -- for the people. I am running for Congress to be a voice of the people and represent their needs in Washington. Every citizen should have the right to vote. We should be making it easier to vote - not creating barriers to voting.

Issue Position: Stand for Equal Rights and Protections for ALL - equal protection under the law is non-negotiable

Jan. 1, 2019

When we expand opportunity equality, everyone benefits; we provide people with the chance to put their talents to work and build a thriving, prosperous future. However, for women still earning less than men for the same work, or for working-class families struggling to make the American dream a reality - these opportunities remain limited. I support the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). I believe women's healthcare decisions should be decided between her and her doctor. I care about and support ALL Americans without regard to religion, gender, identity, ability - - my God teaches us to love one another - without condition.

Issue Position: Military and Veterans: Advocate for those who have given so much for our safety and security

Jan. 1, 2019

As a Veteran, I identify with and personally support our Veterans and Military members - those who have served and those who are serving. We deeply value our service members, so our policies - whether it be health care, retirement benefits, mental health, caring for our disabled Veterans -- should always reflect that. We need to reform military family housing and improve military spouse employment opportunities. We should protect those that have served us so well.

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