Redistricting plans that enlarge North Carolina’s congressional delegation and retool the state House seats have now each cleared one legislative chamber. The House voted along party lines Tuesday for a map that redraws the chamber’s 120 districts, which are based on population changes recorded in the 2020 census. If they withstand litigation, the new boundaries should keep Republicans in a good position to retain the majority they've held since 2011. The full Senate also approved a new congressional plan that would seat 14 U.S. House members from the state. Democrats and outside analysis predict that Republicans could win at least 10 of those seats.