To divide again into districts, especially to give new boundaries to administrative or election districts. (verb-transitive)
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Use "redistrict" in a sentence
"He called on city officials to redistrict and give blacks a more representative voice in the political affairs in the city."
"BHO and his clandestine operatives have been planning this ever since they decided to manipulate the U.S. Census to redistrict."
""The only way that they could conceivably add more Republicans to Florida without violating Florida's own fair redistricting standards would be to redistrict into Bermuda and the Cayman Islands," Israel joked."