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ELECTION DISTRICTS IN STEELE CREEK

Beginning with the November 2011 elections, voters nationwide have been electing representatives to various bodies using new election districts delineated based on 2010 census counts. Redistricting is necessary after each census to ensure that each district contains approximately the same number of residents.

Maps below show districts in the Steele Creek area for the following bodies:

Charlotte City Council
Mecklenburg County Commission
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education
United States Congress
North Carolina Senate
North Carolina House of Representatives

On the maps below, election precinct boundaries and numbers are shown in red and Steele Creek is outlined in green.

Charlotte City Council

The Charlotte City Council adopted new districts at its meeting on June 13, 2011. These districts were used for the November 2011 municipal election. (Boundaries have expanded slightly due to small annexations since 2011.)

Charlotte City Council Districts

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Mecklenburg County Commission

On July 28 the North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 719, which establishes new districts for the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners. They were used for the 2012 elections.

Mecklenburg County Commissioner Districts

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education adopted new districts at its meeting on September 27, 2011.

School Board district and at-large representatives are elected every two years on a rotating schedule. All members serve four-year terms. The six district representatives were chosen in the November 2013 election. Representatives for the three at large seats will be up for election again in the November 2015 election.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education Districts

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United States Congress

The General Assembly adopted new congressional districts on July 28, 2011.

Congressional Districts

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North Carolina Senate

The General Assembly adopted new state senate districts on July 27, 2011.

North Carolina Senate Districts

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North Carolina House of Representatives

The General Assembly adopted new state house districts on July 28, 2011.

North Carolina House Districts

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