The following is a live blog with updates for the North Carolina House District 63 race. Incumbent Stephen Ross '73 (R) and Erica McAdoo (D) are up against one another. 

Updated at 11:03 p.m.

With all precincts recorded, Ross’73 and McAdoo are neck in neck at 50 percent each. This race is too close for ENN to call.

Updated at 10:00 p.m.

Ross'73 has stolen the lead from McAdoo who has fallen behind at 49.8 percent with 50.2 percent, according to 15 of 20 precincts.

Updated at 9:25 p.m.

McAdoo is leading the race with 51.26 percent while Ross ‘73 is pulling along at 48.74 percent, according 6 of the 20 precincts in Alamance County.

Updated at 5:55 p.m.

Ross ‘73 self-identifies as a conservative businessman and has even served as the mayor of Burlington. His platform is mainly directed toward local businesses, agriculture, and tax reform. If re-elected, Ross ‘73 hopes to continue improving the environment and economy.

McAdoo said that she feels Alamance County is ready for a change. She has outspoken about the recently ruled unconstitutional gerrymandering in North Carolina and says on her website about how the minimum wage in North Carolina is not sustainable. McAdoo would also like to establish affordable healthcare across all of North Carolina. 

Ross and McAdoo face off on Nov. 6 in Alamance County.