See our fact sheet below for a list of sitting justices and judges and their Republican challengers.
Did you know that the NC Supreme Court leans overwhelmingly Democratic by a count of 6-1?
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The NC Court System
The North Carolina Supreme Court is comprised of a Chief Justice and six associate justices. Each justice serves an eight-year term.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals consists of 15 judges who hear cases in panels of three. Judges of the Court of Appeals are elected to serve eight-year terms.
Superior Court is divided into 48 districts within five divisions across the state. Every six months, the judges rotate among the districts within their divisions. Judges are elected to serve eight-year terms.
- Orange County lies in the Fourth Division, which is made up of 17 districts.
- Orange and Chatham counties make up District 15(B), which has two judges.
District Court is divided into 41 districts across the state and sits in the county seat of each county. Judges are elected to serve four-year terms.
- Orange County lies in District 15(B), which has five judges.