Redistricting Committee, North Carolina State Senate

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The Redistricting Committee is a standing committee of the North Carolina State Senate.

Per Section 31 of the Senate Rules, committees of the North Carolina State Senate are assigned by the President Pro Tempore. The rules do not specify when or how often committees are assigned. The President Pro Tempore shall have the right and the authority to appoint the chair and vice-chair of each standing committee.[1] The President Pro Tempore and the Deputy President Pro Tempore shall serve as ex officio members of each standing committee and subcommittee.[2]

DocumentIcon.jpg See rules: Senate Resolution 1

Committee members

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2015 legislative session

The following table describes committee membership at the beginning of the 2015 legislative session.

Redistricting Members, 2015
Democratic members (4)Republican members (8)
Ben ClarkBob Rucho, Chairman
Floyd McKissickAndrew C. Brock, Vice Chairman
Jane W. SmithHarry Brown, Vice Chairman
Erica Smith-IngramTom Apodaca
Kathryn Harrington
Ralph Hise
Michael V. Lee
Daniel Soucek

2011-2012 session

March 2011 Change

On March 31, 2011 Charlie Smith Dannelly (D) resigned citing scheduling conflicts. Chairman Rucho is considering replacements with Senate President Phil Berger.[3]

Pre-March 2011 change

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