Did NC redistricting affect your ballot? Find out here
A flurry of court action over the last few years has kept district lines in North Carolina in an almost constant state of flux. Explore the changes with @NCCapitol's interactive graphic.Posted — Updated
By Tyler Dukes, WRAL public records reporter, & Maggie Brown, WRAL.com editor
RALEIGH, N.C. — A flurry of court action over the last few years has kept voting district lines in North Carolina in an almost constant state of flux.
Lawsuits have overturned both congressional and state legislative lines on constitutional grounds. But only legislative districts will be different for the 2018 midterms, when every one of the General Assembly's 170 members will be up for re-election. And with the June 28 U.S. Supreme Court decision to uphold those maps, they'll likely stand through 2020.
Explore the winding path of the maps governing the state legislature with the slider below, and enter your address to see how your district – and the incumbents on your ballot – have been affected.
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