The N.C. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two cases on Aug. 28, 2017, that could shape state elections processes and districts in which candidates for state elected office and U.S. Congress run for office.
The N.C. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two cases on Aug. 28, 2017, that could shape state elections processes and districts in which candidates for state elected office and U.S. Congress run for office. Chris Seward N&O file photo
The N.C. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two cases on Aug. 28, 2017, that could shape state elections processes and districts in which candidates for state elected office and U.S. Congress run for office. Chris Seward N&O file photo

How much power will NC lawmakers have to shape 2018 elections? NC justices could decide.

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