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.
To use the interactive maps below to find your representatives:
At the direction of the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, congressional districts were redrawn in February of 2016.
The new congressional districts are slated to be used for the 2016 elections.
Representation under the new districts will not take place until members of the 115th Congress are sworn into office in January of 2017.
See the NCGA redistricting page and the District Map Viewer for information on the new district plan.
The map below represents the 2011 congressional plan, under which citizens of the state are currently represented.
If you know the particular district you are interested in, you can find who represents that district directly by selecting it from one of the lists below.
Choose one of the 100 counties from the list below to see the NC House and NC Senate members that represent it.
Be aware that any one of the representatives listed may represent only a portion of the county, and not necessarily the portion you are interested in.
You may also want to view the House Representation by County and Senate Representation by County listings.
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 solid source for identifying your representatives.
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.
You can then use the section above to find out who represents your districts.
The State Board of Elections also maintains contact information for all 100 county boards of elections in North Carolina, in case you would like to contact them directly.