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Wake County releases proposed redistricting map, give input now

Update: The map was approved, and the Wake County Board also voted to move to four-year staggered terms.

Wake County’s residential districts are changing. With new 2020 Census data, a proposed map brings into better balance the districts for area’s growing population.

What to know: While your residential district and who represents you may change with the proposed map, it won’t change how you vote.

Wake County voters elect all members of the Wake County Board of Commission, not just who represents their district.

See the proposed changes:

Wake Co. proposed map.

You may also search on the interactive map to see if your district would change.

How to give input: Wake County Commissioners will vote on the map on Nov. 1.

Before that time, you can have input on the online portal (all comments will be shared with the board and made public) or in person before the vote, Monday, Nov. 1, at 5 p.m. [details]


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Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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