to divide anew into districts, esp. so as to reapportion electoral representatives
transitive verbre·dis·trict·ed, re·dis·trict·ing, re·dis·tricts
To divide again into districts, especially to give new boundaries to administrative or election districts.
(third-person singular simple present redistricts, present participle redistricting, simple past and past participle redistricted)
re- +â€Ž district