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Federal three-judge panel orders lawmakers to draw new maps by Sept. 1; denies special election request - The Progressive Pulse

Federal three-judge panel orders lawmakers to draw new maps by Sept. 1; denies special election requestThe Progressive PulseThe panel denied a request for the state to hold a special election to remedy the constitutional violations of 28 racially gerrymandered State House and Senate districts. “The court's decision affirms the urgency with which we must address this wrong ...and more »

Judges reject special election request in NC gerrymandering case - WECT-TV6

Judges reject special election request in NC gerrymandering caseWECT-TV6A three-judge panel's ruling on Monday means General Assembly elections won't occur until November 2018. Lawmakers had requested a special election in March 2018. (Source: WECT). RALEIGH, NC (AP) -. Federal judges have rejected a request to hold ...and more »

Judges: No special elections, 1 month to redraw maps - WRAL.com;

Judges: No special elections, 1 month to redraw maps - WRAL.com

WRAL.comJudges: No special elections, 1 month to redraw mapsWRAL.comRaleigh, N.C. — The General Assembly has until Sept. 1 to redraw unconstitutional legislative districts, though the federal court overseeing the redraw will extend that deadline two weeks if the legislature shows good progress, a three-judge panel ...and more »

Federal judges rule no special elections for new North Carolina legislative districts in gerrymandering case - Washington Post;

Federal judges rule no special elections for new North Carolina legislative districts in gerrymandering case - Washington Post

Washington PostFederal judges rule no special elections for new North Carolina legislative districts in gerrymandering caseWashington PostRALEIGH, N.C. — Federal judges rule no special elections for new North Carolina legislative districts in gerrymandering case. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or ...and more »

Judges: No special elections for redrawn NC districts - ABC News

Judges: No special elections for redrawn NC districtsABC NewsFederal judges on Monday rejected a request by North Carolina voters who sued over General Assembly district boundaries to hold special elections next March in new districts once lines are redrawn to eliminate illegal racial gerrymandering. The ...and more »

Judges Say NC GOP Dragging Its Feet On Redrawing Election Maps Ruled Unconstitutional - Atlanta Black Star;

Judges Say NC GOP Dragging Its Feet On Redrawing Election Maps Ruled Unconstitutional - Atlanta Black Star

Atlanta Black StarJudges Say NC GOP Dragging Its Feet On Redrawing Election Maps Ruled UnconstitutionalAtlanta Black StarGREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Two federal judges said they are concerned that North Carolina legislative leaders have taken few if any steps to draw new election maps since they were struck down last year, and one judge suggested they don't appear to be ...and more »

Judges reject new NC elections, but set Sept. 1 deadline for redrawing districts - WTVD-TV

Judges reject new NC elections, but set Sept. 1 deadline for redrawing districtsWTVD-TVA panel of three federal judges has ruled that North Carolina Republicans have until September 1 to redraw district lines deemed unconstitutional. Stay on top of breaking news stories with the ABC11 News App. In the order released Monday evening, the ...and more »

Federal judges set Sept. 1 deadline for new NC House and Senate district maps - Winston-Salem Journal;

Federal judges set Sept. 1 deadline for new NC House and Senate district maps - Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem JournalFederal judges set Sept. 1 deadline for new NC House and Senate district mapsWinston-Salem JournalGREENSBORO — Lawmakers have until 5 p.m. Sept. 1 to redraw the N.C. House and Senate maps that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled are unconstitutional. U.S. Middle District Judges Catherine Eagles and Thomas Schroeder and U.S. Court of Appeals ...and more »

He lost by 134 votes in 2016. He'll challenge an incumbent congressman again in 2018. - News & Observer (blog);

He lost by 134 votes in 2016. He'll challenge an incumbent congressman again in 2018. - News & Observer (blog)

News & Observer (blog)He lost by 134 votes in 2016. He'll challenge an incumbent congressman again in 2018.News & Observer (blog)Mark Harris lost his bid for the Republican nomination in North Carolina's 9th District by just 134 votes in 2016. He'll try again in 2018. Harris, a Baptist pastor, lost to Rep. Robert Pittenger in a tight, three-way race in the Republican primary ...and more »