The Constitution requires that reapportionment or redistricting take place every ten years to offset population changes.
The question of the reapportionment of representation was one of the greatest importance.
A reapportionment act was therefore to be expected from the next legislature.
In the dawn Parr hobbled down the line of yawning porters, checking the reapportionment of burdens.
In this reapportionment Sangamon County's delegation had been enlarged to seven representatives and two senators.