Who Represents Me?

NOTE: New NC House and NC Senate districts will used for the 2018 elections. The information on this page reflects districts used for the 2016 elections, which are the areas that legislators currently represent. For more information on the new district configurations, see the NCGA redistricting page.

All residents of North Carolina are represented in the United States Senate by both Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis. Representation in the NC House, the NC Senate, and the US House is determined by district. Each resident of the state has one representative in each of those legislative bodies, determined by the district in which their residence falls.

There are tools at the bottom of the page for looking up representatives by district number and county. Additionally, you may want to see the section on how to confirm district assignments based on voter registration records. Detailed district plan information, including maps and reports, can be found via the NCGA redistricting page.

Address Search

To use the interactive maps above to find your representatives:

  1. Start typing an address in the text box for one of the maps. A list of address candidates will come up.
  2. Once a candidate comes up that looks right, click on it. This will zoom the map to the location of the address.
  3. Close out the search result box by clicking on the 'X' in the upper right-hand corner.
  4. Scrutinize the location returned, especially if it is adjacent to the purple district line. You can zoom and pan. Local boards of election can be helpful in resolving ambiguous results.
  5. Click on the map anywhere within the surrounding district to bring up a link to the representative's web page.
Voter Registration Records

Each county board of elections is responsible for determining district assignments for all registered voters in their county. They are very familiar with their local geography and are therefore a good source for identifying your representatives. The State Board of Elections maintains contact information for all 100 county boards of elections in North Carolina. If you are a registered voter, you can access your registration information, including district assignments, by using the State Board of Elections' Voter Lookup tool. Note, however, that when an upcoming election will be held using new districts, as is the case for state house and senate districts in the 2018 election, the voter lookup tool will return those new districts, rather than the districts under which you are currently represented.