City of Charlotte: the committee recommends a draft redistribution map to the Charlotte City Council …


The recommended draft map displaces 16 constituencies, mainly along the district boundaries. It was created as an update of an earlier map project and ensures that the area along Central Avenue and near the former Eastland Mall site remains an intact community of interest – with characteristics shared and represented by the same district representative of the city council. This is all the more important as the old shopping center site is being redeveloped.

In the recommended draft B1 map, District 7 would remain unchanged. The proposed map is also expected to maintain the Republican Party’s historic electoral advantage in Districts 6 and 7.

The recommended B1 map project closely matches the
criteria approved by the committee on September 7. These criteria include balancing populations, maintaining compact districts, and bringing together communities with similar interests. The draft map also follows the boundaries of the electoral districts and takes into consideration the race of the residents of the district.

Pregnant currently in District 1:

Pregnant currently in District 2:

Pregnant currently in 3 districts:

Pregnant currently in District 4:

  • Districts 26, 42 and 82 would be transferred to District 1.

  • Enclosure 205 would be moved to District 5.

Pregnant currently in District 5:

Pregnant currently in District 6:

Charlotte City Council’s timeline for completing the redistribution process:

  • November 8: City council will vote to adopt a district map based on 2020 census data.

  • November 12: The city will notify the Mecklenburg County Electoral Council if a revised final map will be available by November 17, as required by law.

  • November 17: deadline set by the city to provide a revised and adopted district map to the local electoral council, in accordance with the law.

If the city does not provide a revised district map to the local electoral board by November 17, the new deadline for the city council to adopt and submit the revised districts is December 17. travels from December 6 to 17, 2021 to January 3 to 7, 2022.

The Charlotte municipal primary elections will be held on March 8, 2022 and the municipal general election on April 26, 2022.

Members of the public can continue to submit questions and comments on the redistribution to
[email protected] Information on the recommended B1 map project and the redistribution process can be found at

This press release was produced by the City of Charlotte. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.


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