Examples of redistrict in a Sentence
The town was redistricted last year.
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In one case, the justices rejected a lower-court ruling that set limits on redistricting for partisan gain, but without deciding whether limits ever could be imposed.
The school closed for good after this school year, and students will all be redistricted for the 2018-19 school year.
Filling the hole on the west side and redistricting students will better accommodate current and future population shifts, McMichael has argued, and will result in shorter commutes for 1,300 children.
Sugar Land’s citizen redistricting committee includes Chairman Randy Garbs, council member Himesh Gandhi, Tina Gibson, Dr. Mary Harrell, Russell Jones, Louis Manuel, Apurva Parikh, Sapana Patel and council member Bridget Yeung.
But redistricting several years ago favored Republicans, and Ms. Killian has mounted a robust challenge.
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.
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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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