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Welcome to North Carolina on Ballotpedia!

Nicknamed “the Tar Heel state,” North Carolina is located in the Southeastern United States and is bordered by Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital is Raleigh, and its most populated city is Charlotte.

North Carolina has two members of the U.S. Senate, a total of 13 members of the U.S. House of Representatives, 50 members of the North Carolina State Senate and 120 members of the North Carolina House of Representatives.


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2014 elections in North Carolina

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National politics in North Carolina

CongressLogo.png United States congressional delegation from North Carolina

Flag of the United States.png Current members of the U.S. Senate

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Kay Hagan
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Democratic PartyU.S. Senate, North Carolina 2009January 3, 2015Link
Richard Burr
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Republican PartyU.S. Senate, North Carolina 2005January 3, 2017November 8, 2016Link

Flag of the United States.png Current members of the U.S. House of Representatives

Name:Party:Position:Assumed Office:Term Ends:Next Election:Official Website:
Alma Adams
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Democratic PartyDistrict 12 2014January 3, 2017November 8, 2016Link
David Price
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Democratic PartyDistrict 4 1997January 3, 2015Link
G.K. Butterfield
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Democratic PartyDistrict 1 2004January 3, 2015Link
George E.B. Holding
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Republican PartyDistrict 13 2013January 3, 2015Link
Howard Coble
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Republican PartyDistrict 6 1985January 3, 2015Link
Mark Meadows
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Republican PartyDistrict 11 2013January 3, 2015Link
Mike McIntyre
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Democratic PartyDistrict 7 1997January 3, 2015Link
Patrick T. McHenry
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Republican PartyDistrict 10 2005January 3, 2015Link
Renee Ellmers
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Republican PartyDistrict 2 2011January 3, 2015Link
Richard Hudson
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Republican PartyDistrict 8 2013January 3, 2015Link
Robert Pittenger
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Republican PartyDistrict 9 2013January 3, 2015Link
Virginia Foxx
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Republican PartyDistrict 5 2005January 3, 2015Link
Walter B. Jones
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Republican PartyDistrict 3 1995January 3, 2015Link

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The structure of the North Carolina judicial system is laid out in Article IV of the state constitution. The state court system is made up of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the North Carolina Superior Courts and the North Carolina District Courts.

The federal court system is made up of the Federal eastern district for North Carolina, the Federal middle district for North Carolina and the Federal western district for North Carolina. Appeals from these courts go to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.


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North Carolina
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The Tar Heel State
Capital:   Raleigh
Motto:   Esse quam videri
Translation:   To be rather than to seem
Population:   9.56 million
Area of state:   53,818 sq. mi.
Admitted to U.S.:   1789
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