Definition of redistrict in English:

redistrict

Syllabification: re·dis·trict
Pronunciation: /rēˈdistrikt
 
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verb

[with object] US
Divide or organize (an area) into new political or school districts: he made no secret about his intent to redistrict the state to the advantage of his party [no object]: he asked the state Supreme Court to determine whether the Legislature has constitutional authority to redistrict now (as noun redistricting) the state constitution permits redistricting only once every 10 years
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  • In 45 states, redistricting is done by the state legislature.
  • Election officials had to contend with redistricting at the same time that they were implementing new technology.
  • You roll this out and set up a bunch of governors around the country and help control how areas are redistricted.

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