The public can also access a computer terminal at the Legislative Building to view data and print maps.
By July The General Assembly will vote on the maps. Once passed, the maps go to the U.
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Justice Department for approval in time for the election cycle. Six months ago, Senate Redistricting Committee Chairman Bob Rucho, a Mecklenburg County Republican, was bold and declarative about legislative congressional maps, putting the state on and that "We're going to show you how to draw them.
The 36 initial public hearings conducted statewide were largely ineffective because no proposed packed were available for the public to comment stacked.
But now the Republicans finally are showing us something. Last week, GOP leaders released proposals booty sluts 27 N.
House and 11 N. Senate districts.