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While you make your giving decisions this Christmas Season, I hope you'll keep the Civitas Institute in mind.

We're here every single day, fighting for small, accountable government, and working to diminish the influence of the liberal Left in our state.

We don’t take government funds, and we won’t ever take stolen taxpayer money. We go out and ask for it, and now I'm asking you.

If you like our work and you think our mission is valuable, will you help keep us in the fight?

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Legislative and Congressional Districts – 2010 Census impact

These three maps for the existing NC house, NC senate and congressional redistricting plans show the deviation above or below what will be required when they draw the new maps in 2011.

The districts with negative percentages will have to grow larger in size while those with positive percentages will shrink to reach the optimum population for the respective district. They have been color coded for quick visual reference to see where deviations in populations are clustered.

Congressional Districts

2011 Congressional District Deviations from Ideal

State Senate Districts

2011 State Senate District Deviations from Ideal

State House Districts

2011 State House District Deviations from Ideal