Examples of redistrict in a Sentence
The town was redistricted last year.
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In North Carolina, Ullman is excited about attorney Anita Earls, who is campaigning for a Supreme Court seat after helping to challenge the state’s redistricting laws.
Months of work Betker said that redistricting the city to accommodate nine aldermen could take months of work.
If the court will find a state’s redistricting efforts so infected with partisan bias that it must be thrown out, something the justices have never done before.
For a state to redistrict its congressional seats again in the middle of the decade was almost unheard of.
Hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, featured speakers include Assemblyman Marc Berman, D-Palo Alto, chairman of the elections and redistricting committee and PPIC President Mark Baldassare.
Carmel schools: Talks of closing, redistricting elementary schools as enrollment drops IPS game plan to improve sports: Engage more kids, prevent poaching, improve facilities Interim Supt.
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.
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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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