Democratic Rep. Alma Adams said Friday she had decided to seek re-election despite the North Carolina legislature’s approval of a proposed redistricting plan that would shift her entire congressional district to Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, 90 miles from her Greensboro home. Here, Adams speaks in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 28, 2015.
Democratic Rep. Alma Adams said Friday she had decided to seek re-election despite the North Carolina legislature’s approval of a proposed redistricting plan that would shift her entire congressional district to Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, 90 miles from her Greensboro home. Here, Adams speaks in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 28, 2015. ©Ken Cedeno McClatchy
Democratic Rep. Alma Adams said Friday she had decided to seek re-election despite the North Carolina legislature’s approval of a proposed redistricting plan that would shift her entire congressional district to Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, 90 miles from her Greensboro home. Here, Adams speaks in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 28, 2015. ©Ken Cedeno McClatchy

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