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North Carolina General Assembly of 2005–06

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North Carolina General Assembly of 2005–06

Members of the North Carolina General Assembly, 2005–2006 session were elected in November 2004. These were the first elections for the state legislature under a new redistricting plan approved in 2003.

This General Assembly will perhaps be best remembered as the assembly that approved North Carolina’s first state lottery. It also approved new ethics laws for government officials and increased the state's minimum wage.

Contents

  • State House of Representatives 1
    • Leaders 1.1
    • Members 1.2
  • State Senate 2
    • Leaders 2.1
    • Members 2.2
  • See also 3

State House of Representatives

The North Carolina previous legislature (when the house was evenly divided by party).

Leaders


Members

State Senate

The North Carolina State Senate, during the 2005–2006 session, consisted of 29 Democrats and 21 Republicans.

Leaders


Members

See also

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