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General News    H3'ed 12/23/19

New North Carolina House map will cost the GOP two seats but little action otherwise

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Candidate filing closed Friday for NC's March 3 primaries; the state has a list of contenders here. GOPs recently redrew North Carolina's congressional districts due to litigation challenging the prior GOP-drawn map. To make sense of the new state of play, Daily Kos Elections put together a cheat-sheet including each new seat's 2016 and 2012 presidential results as well as the 2016 gubernatorial results; a geographic description of each district; a list of the candidates running there; and the proportion of each old seat that makes up each new district.

We've also calculated a giant pile of new data for the new districts: Detailed spreadsheets breaking down the 2016 presidential election results for each district, including for each portion of each county that is in each district, & A table showing what proportion of each of NC's old congressional districts  make up each new seat 

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