South Carolina’s Successionists

In 2002 South Carolina voters elected a Sanford (Mark) to succeed a Hodges (Jim) as governor.
In what year had North Carolina voters done the same?

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  1. About North Carolina’s Hodges-Sanford gubernatorial succession: Terry Sanford was elected in 1960, following Luther Hodges, who had been elected lieutenant governor in 1952 and became governor in 1954 on the death of incumbent William Umstead. (Until a 1977 referendum amended the state constitution, N.C. governors were prohibited from succeeding themselves.)

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