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Election shows impact of redistricting and why voting-rights groups are suing 

Within hours of the final election results, it became clear: In the 2011 redistricting, the GOP drew themselves a hell of a set of maps. Even though North Carolinians split their vote almost evenly between the parties, and turnout neared 2008 levels,…

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