State of the State
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DIVIDED - REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE
There are 120 seats in the House (57% R) and 50 seats in the Senate (56% R). Both House and Senate members serve 2-year terms with no term limits. Elections occur in even years with all House and Senate seats up every 2 years.
State Legislative Term
May 18, 2022 - June 30, 2022. No session limit.
State Elected Officials
The Governor (D), SOS (D) and AG (D) are elected for 4-year terms in presidential election (leap) years. The Governor is limited to 2 consecutive terms and the SOS and AG have no term limits. The next election is in 2024.
State Supreme Court
There are 7 judges, are chosen through partisan elections for 8-year terms and must face re-election to serve again. There is a mandatory retirement age of 72 years. All current members were elected, 4 Democrats and 3 Republicans. Vacancies are filled by an appointment by the governor to serve until the next general election.
US Representatives & Senators
Senate seats (R) are up in 2022 and 2026. House seats (currently 8R, 5D) are up in even years. North Carolina was apportioned a 14th seat in the US House after the 2020 census.
Congressional and state legislative district lines are drawn by the state legislature. District maps cannot be vetoed by the governor. There are 13 congressional (14 after redistricting is completed), 50 state senate and 120 state house districts.
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