1800 United States House of Representatives elections in North Carolina
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Of the 10 North Carolina incumbents, 8 were re-elected.
|North Carolina 1||Joseph Dickson||Federalist||1798||Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
|√ James Holland (Democratic-Republican) 60.9%|
Joseph Dickson (Federalist) 38.1%
|North Carolina 2||Archibald Henderson||Federalist||1798||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Archibald Henderson (Federalist) 49.3%|
Musendine Matthews (Federalist) 29.0%
Matthew Locke (Democratic-Republican) 21.7%
|North Carolina 3||Robert Williams||Democratic-Republican||1796||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Robert Williams (Democratic-Republican) 75.1%|
John Hamilton (Federalist) 24.9%
|North Carolina 4||Richard Stanford||Democratic-Republican||1796||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Richard Stanford (Democratic-Republican) 61.6%|
William Strudwick (Federalist) 38.4%
|North Carolina 5||Nathaniel Macon||Democratic-Republican||1791||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Nathaniel Macon (Democratic-Republican) 97.4%|
|North Carolina 6||William H. Hill||Federalist||1798||Incumbent re-elected.||√ William H. Hill (Federalist) 65.2%|
James Gillespie (Democratic-Republican) 34.8%
|North Carolina 7||William Barry Grove||Federalist||1791||Incumbent re-elected.||√ William Barry Grove (Federalist) 77.8%|
Samuel D. Purviance (Democratic-Republican) 22.2%
|North Carolina 8||David Stone||Federalist||1798||Incumbent re-elected.
Winner was also elected U.S. Senator, and therefore chose not to serve in the House in the next congress. A special election was held August 6, 1801.
|√ David Stone (Federalist)|
John H. Jaycocks (Federalist)
|North Carolina 9||Willis Alston||Democratic-Republican||1798||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Willis Alston (Democratic-Republican) 58.1%|
Thomas Blount (Democratic-Republican) 41.9%
|North Carolina 10||Richard Dobbs Spaight||Democratic-Republican||1798||Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
|√ John Stanly (Federalist) 60.1%|
Richard Dobbs Spaight (Democratic-Republican) 39.9%