Redistricting in North Carolina

Legislators in North Carolina are, for the first time, voluntarily drawing North Carolina’s new political maps in public view, with a live stream coming from an open committee room in Raleigh. Redrawing the maps for congressional and the General Assembly districts happens every 10 years after new census numbers come out. The process in the past has happened behind closed doors and led to accusations of gerrymandering and legal battles that lasted most of a decade.

N.C. General Assembly Resources

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