TRIAD — It won’t be a presidential election year for North Carolina in 2022, but that’s about all the year’s politics lacks.

Voters across the state will determine North Carolina’s new U.S. senator and may help decide which political party controls the Senate after this fall’s midterm elections. Voters also will fill the state’s expanded 14 congressional seats, though how those seats will be configured remains the subject of a redistricting challenge before the courts.

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