Carteret County may have some changes coming on how their representation is elected
Members of the North Carolina General Assembly are putting the last touches on the redistricting maps that could shape the state’s politics for a decade.
The Republican-led legislature wants to get North Carolina’s new mapsdone for congressional districts and the General Assembly by Nov. 5.
Public hearings on redistricting maps
Tuesday at 3 p.m.: At the NCGA and with remote sites at East Carolina University and Central Piedmont Community College
Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.: Virtual public hearing. Sign-up link will be available on ncleg.gov
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