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Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-N.C.)

District: 3rd District
Political Highlights: N.C. House, 1983-92; sought Democratic nomination for U.S. House, 1992; U.S. House of Representatives, 1995-present
Born: Feb. 10, 1943; Farmville, N.C.
Residence: Farmville
Religion: Roman Catholic
Family: Wife, Joe Anne Jones; one child
Education: North Carolina State U., attended 1962-65; Atlantic Christian College, B.A. 1968
Military Service: N.C. National Guard, 1967-71
Start of Service: Elected: 1994 (11th term)
Committee Assignments: Armed Services (Military Personnel; Tactical Air & Land Forces)

Election History
2014generalWalter Jones (R) 139,41567.8
Marshall Adame (D) 66,18232.2
2012generalWalter Jones (R) 195,57163.1
Erik Anderson (D) 114,31436.9
2010generalWalter Jones (R) 143,22571.9
Johnny Rouse (D) 51,31725.7
Darryl Holloman (LIBERT) 4,7622.4
2008generalWalter Jones (R) 201,68665.9
Craig Weber (D) 104,36434.1
2006generalWalter Jones (R) 99,51968.6
Craig Weber (D) 45,45831.4
2004generalWalter Jones (R) 171,86370.7
Roger Eaton (D) 71,22729.3
2002generalWalter Jones (R) 131,44890.7
Gary Goodson (LIBERT) 13,4869.3
2000generalWalter Jones (R) 121,94061.4
Leigh McNairy (D) 74,05837.3
David Russell (LIBERT) 2,4571.2
1998generalWalter Jones (R) 83,52961.9
Jon Williams (D) 50,04137.1
Chris Nubel (LIBERT) 1,3421.0
1996generalWalter Jones (R) 118,15962.7
George Parrott (D) 68,88736.5
Edward Downey (NL) 1,5330.8
1994generalWalter Jones (R) 72,46452.7
H. Lancaster (D) 65,01347.3
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North Carolina is 13th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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