Bill Summaries: S697 HISEA-5.

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    Amends GS 163-201(a) to set forth the 13 congressional districts to be used in nominating and electing members of the US House of Representatives in 2020. Provides for the makeup of the districts as follows.

    District 1 consists of: Bertie County; Chowan County; Edgecombe County; Gates County; portions of Granville County; Greene County; Halifax County; Hertford County; Lenoir County; Martin County; Nash County; Northampton County; portions of Pitt County; Vance County; Warren County; Washington County; portions of Wayne County; and Wilson County.

    District 2 consists of: Beaufort County; Camden County; Carteret County; Craven County; Currituck County; Dare County; Duplin County; Hyde County; Jones County; Onslow County; Pamlico County; Pasquotank County; portions of Pender County; Perquimans County; portions of Pitt County; and Tyrrell County.

    District 3 consists of: Bladen County; portions of Brunswick County; Cumberland County; New Hanover County; portions of Pender County; and Sampson County.

    District 4 consists of: Cabarrus County; Harnett County; Hoke County; Johnston County; Montgomery County; Moore County; Stanly County; and portions of Wayne County.

    District 5 consists of: Franklin County; portions of Granville County; and portions of Wake County.

    District 6 consists of: portions of Chatham County; Durham County; Lee County; Orange County; portions of Person County; and portions of Wake County.

    District 7 consists of: Anson County; portions of Brunswick County; Columbus County; portions of Mecklenburg County; Richmond County; Robeson County; Scotland County; and Union County.

    District 8 consists of: Alamance County; Caswell County; Guilford County; portions of Person County; and portions of Rockingham County.

    District 9 consists of: portions of Chatham County; Davidson County; Davie County; Forsyth County; and Randolph County.

    District 10 consists of: Alleghany County; Ashe County; Burke County; Caldwell County; portions of Catawba County; Cleveland County; Gaston County; portions of Rutherford County; Watauga County; and Wilkes County.

    District 11 consists of: Avery County; Buncombe County; Cherokee County; Clay County; Graham County; Haywood County; Henderson County; Jackson County; Macon County; Madison County; McDowell County; Mitchell County; Polk County; portions of Rutherford County; Swain County; Transylvania County; and Yancey County.

    District 12 consists of: Alexander County; portions of Catawba County; Iredell County; Lincoln County; portions of Rockingham County; Rowan County; Stokes County; Surry County; and Yadkin County.

    District 13 consists of: portions of Mecklenburg County.

    Specifies that the districts presented are effective for the 2020 elections only if the courts hold the existing districts unconstitutional.


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