Lee County

Lee County

Last updated October 2020

38,236 Total Voters

Republican 30.01% Democrat 35.85% Libertarian 0.61% Green 0.03% Constitution 0.1% Unaffiliated 33.4%
White 63.32% Black 19.17% Other 17.51%

Lee County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 57,866. The county seat is Sanford. It was established on March 6, 1907, from parts of Chatham and Moore counties, and named for General Robert E. Lee, who served as the General in Chief of the Armies of the Confederate States in 1865.

Lee County comprises the Sanford Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is a part of the greater Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC Combined Statistical Area, which had a 2012 estimated population of 1,998,808. Lee County's moto is "Committed Today for a Better tomorrow"

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Unemployment 11.05%

Voter Registration Thousands

In the General Assembly

  • State House
  • Michael Stone (NC-51)
  • Deb McManus (NC-54)
  • State Senate
  • Ronald Rabin (NC-12)

Election Results