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The results of the 2010 North Carolina election brings in a wave of new state legislators for the 2011 term. Civitas has compiled profiles for all of the new legislators, including name, district, counties represented, political affiliation, occupation, and previous offices held. As the 2011 legislative session approaches, Civitas will routinely update this article with exclusive interviews with new legislators. We hope these profiles and interviews will provide constituents with a vital tool to connect with their state representatives and learn about the issues their representatives support.
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Judicial races have a tremendous impact on North Carolina and its citizens, and many judicial seats will be determined in this November’s election. However, despite the great importance of these races, many voters fail to vote for judicial candidates. This low voter turnout is partially due to the fact that judicial races are listed at the end of the ballot and are officially non-partisan. Straight ticket voting does not include candidates, for the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and other judicial races.
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