It looks like Wake school kids may have some Democratic leanings in them.
The record 68,967 students who took part in Kids Voting last week showed stronger support for Democratic candidates than the adult voters in Wake. Kids backed Democratic candidates in all but two partisan races and a handful of non-partisan judicial races.
State Rep. Nelson Dollar and Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry were the only Republicans backed by the kids in the partisan races where no Democrat was running.
The kids backed several Democrats who couldn't win the adult vote, such as N.C. Senate candidate Chris Mintz and Ronnie Ansley, the candidate for Agriculture Commissioner.
In the presidential race, kids gave 63.7 percent of the vote to Barack Obama. The adults in Wake gave him 56.7 percent.
For U.S. Senate, the kids gave 54.4 percent of the vote to Kay Hagan. She got 56.1 percent from the county's adults.
For governor, Bev Purdue got a plurality of 48 percent from the students. She got 51.2 percent from Wake adults.
Click here for the overall totals.
Click here for Kids Voting's web site for school-by-school totals.