Rep. Charles Jeter, a Mecklenburg County Republican, says a nonpartisan redistricting system could result in fewer lawsuits challenging how congressional and legislative districts are drawn. He says he’ll continue to advocate for the change.
Rep. Charles Jeter, a Mecklenburg County Republican, says a nonpartisan redistricting system could result in fewer lawsuits challenging how congressional and legislative districts are drawn. He says he’ll continue to advocate for the change. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Rep. Charles Jeter, a Mecklenburg County Republican, says a nonpartisan redistricting system could result in fewer lawsuits challenging how congressional and legislative districts are drawn. He says he’ll continue to advocate for the change. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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