North Carolina's congressional districts

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North Carolina's congressional districts since 2013

North Carolina has 13 congressional districts for the purpose of electing members of the United States House of Representatives. The state gained an additional district in 2002 as a result of regular reapportionment following the 2000 census.

First District[edit]

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The 1st district is currently held by Democrat G.K. Butterfield. Butterfield first won the seat in a special election on 20 July 2004 to replace Frank Ballance, who had resigned. Butterfield was re-elected to a full term in November 2004 and re-elected without opposition in 2006.

Second District[edit]

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The 2nd district seat is held by Renee Ellmers, a Republican.

Third District[edit]

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The 3rd district seat is held by Walter B. Jones, a Republican.

Fourth District[edit]

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The 4th district seat is held by David Price, a Democrat.

Fifth District[edit]

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The 5th district seat is held by Virginia Foxx, a Republican first elected in November 2004. The seat was formerly held by current U.S. Senator Richard Burr, also a Republican.

Sixth District[edit]

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The 6th district seat is held by Howard Coble, a Republican.

Seventh District[edit]

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The 7th district seat is held by Mike McIntyre, a Democrat.

Eighth District[edit]

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The 8th district seat is held by Richard Hudson, a Republican. He unseated incumbent Democrat Larry Kissell in the elections of 2012.

Ninth District[edit]

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The 9th district seat is held by Robert Pittenger, a Republican.

Tenth District[edit]

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The 10th district is held by Patrick McHenry, a Republican first elected in November 2004. He succeeded Cass Ballenger, also a Republican, who retired. The Tenth District has been represented by a Republican since 1969, and is arguably the most Republican district in the state.

Eleventh District[edit]

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The 11th district seat is held by freshman representative Mark Meadows, a Republican. Three-term incumbent Democrat and former NFL quarterback Heath Shuler decided not to seek re-election in 2012.

Twelfth District[edit]

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The 12th district seat is currently vacant pending the outcome of a special election on November 4, 2014.

Thirteenth District[edit]

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The 13th district seat is held by George Holding, a Republican.

Historical district boundaries[edit]


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