How many House districts are in NC? North Carolina is currently divided into 13 congressional districts, each represented by a member of the United States House of Representatives. After the 2000 census, the number of North Carolina’s seats was increased from 12 to 13 due to the state’s increase in population.
Who are the House members for NC?
- 1st district: G. K. Butterfield (D) (since 2004)
- 2nd district: Deborah K.
- 3rd district: Greg Murphy (R) (since 2019)
- 4th district: David Price (D) (since 1997)
- 5th district: Virginia Foxx (R) (since 2005)
- 6th district: Kathy Manning (D) (since 2021)
- 7th district: David Rouzer (R) (since 2015)
How many seats does North Carolina have in the House of Representatives?
|North Carolina House of Representatives|
|Political groups||Majority Republican (69) Minority Democratic (51)|
|Length of term||2 years|
|Salary||$13,951/year + per diem|
What district is Raleigh NC in?
|North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district|
|Representative||Deborah Ross D–Raleigh|
|Distribution||62.82% urban 37.18% rural|
|Median household income||$75,366|