Districts?

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  1. highdee

    highdee Member

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    This may be simple, but...
    how do you find out what district you're located in?

    Thank you.
    -highdee
     
  2. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    It is the district of your parents' legal residence. This is generally the district in which your parent(s) vote. In the vast majority of cases, it is also the district in which you live. Ask your parent(s) -- they probably will know, especially in an election year. If not, it's listed on their voter registration card. You can probably also look it up on the Internet by address.

    If your parents are divorced or otherwise maintain legal residences in separate states/districts, you may be able to CHOOSE between them (you can't apply to both). You should consult USNA or your BGO for details.
     
  3. Blackbird

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    Use Google. Search "what congressional district" and then put in your city or town with the state.
     
  4. highdee

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    Okay! Thanks.

    How competitive is NC-4?
     
  5. kinnem

    kinnem Moderator

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    Only your congressman would know for sure this year, but I would assume and proceed as though it was very competitive.
    1. Excellent high schools in the district
    2. Given the way the district now snakes from north of Raleigh-Durham down to Fayetteville in the south I would expect that many sons and daughters of military families from the Ft. Bragg area are included and are applying (maybe not so much Navy, but who knows?).
     

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