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NC'S 10th and 11th Districts. 

Rutherford County has a total population of 66,741 with 12,414 registered Democrats, 16,723 Republicans, and 13,143 Unaffiliateds.

Our representatives to the NC House and Senate are from different and overlapping districts, the US Senators and the state officers are all statewide, and there is a bewildering array of judicial and other districts we have to deal with as well.


But our US Congressman is a big deal, and the constitutional requirements for redistricting make their districts political footballs every 10 years in a way that no other office is.


North Carolina is currently divided into 13 congressional districts, each represented in Washington DC by a member of the United States House of Representatives.

In 2022 sections of Rutherford county were assigned to two different Congressional Districts.

As shown on the map below, the western part of the county is now in DISTRICT 11, including:

Camp Crk- Mt. Vernon, Chimney Rock, Gilkey-Morgan Green Hill and Rutherfordton (part of) and Union Mills.


The eastern part of the county is now in DISTRICT 10, including: Bostic-Sunshine, Caroleen, Cliffside, Danieltown-Sulphur Springs, Duncan Crk-Golden Valley Ellenboro
Forest City, Haynes Rutherfordton (part of ), Sandy Mush and Spindale.


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We are in 2 US House of Representatives Congressional Districts:

District 11 until recently occupied by Madison Cawthorn (R) being challenged by Jasmine Beach-Ferrara (D) in November.


for District 10 Representative The incumbent Patrick McHenry (R) is being challenged by Pam Genant (D) in November.

We are in 2 NC House of Representative Congressional Districts: 

District 113 Representative-Tim Moore (R) running unopposed in November.


for District 111 Representative-Jake Johnson (R) running unopposed in November.

We are in District 48 for the NC State Senate  with Jay Carey (D) and Tim Moffit (R) on the ballot in November.

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