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Know which districts you are in?

Redistricting put a lot of voters in different congressional and legislative districts this year. Some reminders:
Democrats
• All three of Rowan’s congressional seats have Democratic primary races.
• The only Rowan seat in the General Assembly that has a Democratic primary is the 25th district seat in the N.C. Senate, which includes nine Rowan precincts: Barnhardt Mill, Bostian Crossroads, Bostian School, China Grove, Gold Knob, Morgan I and II, Rock Grove and Rockwell.
Republicans
• For Republicans in Rowan, only the 8th District congressional seat has a primary.
• Rowan Republicans in the 25th state Senate District and the 76th state House District have primary races to consider.
The 25th includes nine Rowan precincts: Barnhardt Mill, Bostian Crossroads, Bostian School, China Grove, Gold Knob, Morgan I and II, Rock Grove and Rockwell.
The 76th state House District includes 18 Rowan precincts: Barnhardt Mill, Blackwelder Park, Bostian School, China Grove, East Spencer, East Ward I, Gold Knob, Hatters Shop, Kannapolis East and West, Landis, Morgan I and II, Rock Grove, Rockwell, Trading Ford, South Ward and West Ward 1.
Unaffiliated

• Unaffiliated voters may choose which primary to vote in — Democrat, Republican or Libertarian.
• Unaffiliated voters who do not want to choose a primary can still vote on nonpartisan issues — the constitutional amendment and, in Kannapolis, the Kannapolis Board of Education.
Congressional districts
• In Rowan, the 8th District includes 18 precincts:
Barnhardt Mill
Blackwelder Park
Bostian Crossroads
Bostian School
China Grove
East Enochville
Faith
Gold Knob
Granite Quarry
Hatters Shop
Kannapolis-West
Kannapolis-East
Landis
Morgan I
Morgan II
Rock Grove
Rockwell
Trading Ford
• In Rowan, the 5th District includes 12 precincts: 
Bostian School
Cleveland
Ellis
Franklin
Milford Hills City
Milford Hills County
North Locke
North Ward II
Mount Ulla
Scotch Irish
Steele
Unity
• The 12th District includes 11 precincts in Rowan: 
Bradshaw
East Spencer
East Ward I
South Locke
South Ward
Spencer
Sumner
West Enochville
West Ward I, II & III

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