On June 25, Wendell Fant, the first person in the history of North Carolina government-printed ballots to qualify as an independent candidate for U.S. House, said he will not run. Therefore, he won’t be on the ballot. The work and expense of collecting his signatures was borne by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). See this story. Thanks to Jordan Greene for the link.
UPDATE: ironically, a Public Policy poll released June 15 showed that Fant’s presence on the November ballot helps the Democratic nominee.