The official totals remained the same as the totals tallied Thursday after the provisional votes were added to the vote totals from election day on Tuesday. Sealey received 1,147 votes, with Campbell receiving a total of 1,136 votes.
Campbell has until noon on Tuesday to file a written request with the county Board of Elections for a recount of the votes, according to state law. If he files the request, the board will recount the votes on the Thursday. Campbell has indicated that he will seek a recount.
"I don't know any reason why it should change," said Bobby Dean Locklear, interim supervisor for the Elections Office.
It was also officially confirmed that Coleman Brown received 573 and Rusty Perry received 200 votes in the District 2 race.
The votes for the county commissioner's seat for District 8 also remained the same as Thursday's total. Incumbent Bill Herndon won re-election with 1,383 votes to Charles "Shad" Gasque's 1,046.
The canvass confirmed the following vote totals in Robeson County for the following races:
n U.S. Senate: Democrat Erskine Bowles, 12,864 (62 percent); Republican Elizabeth Dole, 7,410 (36 percent); and Libertarian Sean Haugh, 185 (1 percent).
n U.S. House, District 7: Democrat Mike McIntrye, 17,532 (87 percent); Republican James Adams, 2,385 (12 percent); and Libertarian David Brooks, 283 (1 percent).
n N.C. House, District 46: Democrat Douglas Yongue, 2,827 (66 percent); Republican Linwood Faulk, 1,428 (34 percent).
n N.C. House, District 47: Democrat Ronnie Sutton, 6,642 (73 percent); Republican Christopher Lowry, 2,450 (27 percent).
n Fairmont mixed-beverage sales: For, 482 (56 percent); Against, 378, (44 percent).