|NC-1 (dark blue): Butterfield (D)
Mostly the same as before. The way I drew it, its only plurality black, not majority black. It could probably be tinkered with easily to be majority black though.
NC-2 (bright green): Ellmers (R)
Loses Raleign and Chatham county, and most of Cumberland county. Picks up some nice R areas elsewhere.
NC-3 (purple): Jones (R)
Pretty ugly. This was the leftover territory district for me.
NC-4 (red): Price (D)
Congrats David Price. Obama vote dump. Loses carefully chosen sections of Chatham, Durham, Orange,and holds all of Chapel Hill and Raleigh.
NC-5 (yellow): Foxx (R)
Absorbs a piece of Guilford county and the Greensboro area. Probably weaker than before.
NC-6 (olive green): Coble? (R)
Not sure where Coble lives:
Covers most of Davidson, Rowan, Cabarrus, a bit of the Charlotte suburbs, and another piece of Guilford county.
NC-7 (grey): McIntyre (D)
Another Democratic voting dump. Retains a piece of New Hanover and keeps Fayetville. All these counties voted for Elaine Marshall over Burr for Senate this year.
With a bit of fancier line drawing this can probably hit 60% Obama easily.
NC-8 (purple): Coble (R)
Yields territory to the new 6th and grabs Chatham and a piece of Wake County. Less Repbulican than before. Either 6 or 8 gets a new Republican.
NC-9 (teal): Mynick (R)
NC-10 (pink): McHenry (R)
Absorbs half of Buncombe. Picks up some of the 5ths territory.
NC-11 (bright green): Shuler (D)
Breaks Buncombe in 2. Grabs some territory from the 5th and 10th. Shuler can win this anyway, though. A future Democrat probably can't.
NC-12 (pale blue): Watt (D)
Mostly unchanged. Picks up some more Dem territory at both ends, but maintains the general 2 city and corridor structure. Almost certianly less than 50% white at this point.
A professional could probably hit 70% Obama with this, and shore up the new 6th.
NC-13 (tan): Miller (D)
Loses most of Raleigh and Greensboro. Grabs all of Alamance county and some areas from the old 2nd.
Designed to knock off Brad Miller.