Examples of redistrict in a Sentence
The town was redistricted last year.
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There are also redistricting reform efforts underway in Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Colorado and other states worthy of your support.
The solution is to take redistricting out of the hands of politicians and use a computer program to create the districts, with the minimum length of the district boundaries being the goal.
After redistricting ordered by Philadelphia’ Supreme Court takes effect in May, the seat may not even exist in its current form in November.
More lawsuits are likely, as Republicans say the court is not authorised to redistrict all by itself.
After redistricting in 2010, Kucinich lost his congressional race to U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, a Democrat from Toledo, when the two were remapped into the same district.
Hoosiers for Quality Education), that would play a major role in creating a Republican majority in the Indiana House to redistrict the state to assure future Republican control.
As outlined in the Supreme Court ruling in the 1962 Baker v. Carr case, states have to redistrict every ten years in a way that keeps up with population shifts and keeps every district roughly equal in population.
Texas is so heavily Republican and redistricted that most races are won in the primaries.
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REDISTRICT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of redistrict for English Language Learners
: to divide (a town, state, etc.) into new political or school districts
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