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North Carolina GOP Asks Supreme Court to Block Redistricting Order
 

Since Democrat Mike Morgan won over Republican incumbent Justice Bob Edmunds in 2016, effectively flipping the court from a 4-3 Republican majority to 4-3 Democratic control, the Republican-led legislature has attempted to gain partisan control again.

 

North Carolina Republican legislative leaders asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to block enforcement of an order throwing out the state’s congressional map and directing a redraw almost immediately.

 

The lawmakers’ attorneys filed a motion with Chief Justice John Roberts seeking delay of the lower court judges’ directive that the General Assembly draw a replacement map by Jan. 24.

 

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