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redistricting

[ ree-dis-trik-ting ]
/ riˈdɪs trɪk tɪŋ /
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noun
the activity or process of dividing an area or region into new districts, such as for administrative or electoral purposes:The program is focused on issues of voting rights and elections, money in politics, and redistricting and representation.As school committee chair, she was tasked with a complicated and controversial redistricting of the town’s elementary schools.
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