- to divide anew into districts, as for administrative or electoral purposes.
Origin of redistrict
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Examples from the Web for redistricting
This sick status quo is a result of the rigged system of redistricting.Hate Hyper-Partisanship? Support Redistricting Reform Now
November 3, 2014
Teachout took a question on redistricting and another on her favorite kind of bagel.Can New York Democrat Zephyr Teachout Stop Governor Andrew Cuomo?
August 18, 2014
Due to the latest round of redistricting, most Republicans are in districts with very few Democrats, let alone Latinos.The Immigration Dance
February 10, 2014
In a re-match two years later, Price won his seat back, and 18 years later, thanks to Republican redistricting, his seat is safe.Rep. David Price Remembers When a Less Partisan Congress Actually Worked
January 26, 2014
The district that Mowrer is running in became decidedly more Democratic as a result of the redistricting after the 2010 election.Can Steve King Be Dethroned?
November 1, 2013
In consequence of the redistricting of the State, the Whigs had increased the number of their representatives in Congress.Stephen A. Douglas
The Constitution requires that reapportionment or redistricting take place every ten years to offset population changes.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia
Dorothy M. Torpey
Word Origin and History for redistricting
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