How Often Does Redistricting Occur?


Redistricting is the process of redrawing legislative districts. According to Federal Law, redistricting occurs every 10 years. It is done the year after the census is taken.
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Redistricting occurs every ten years, with the national census.
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The political concept of redistricting voting districts does not occur very often at all. In fact, redistricting actually occurs once ever ten years in order to compensate for population changes.
Every ten years governors and state legislators redraw the boundaries for redistricting. This is done around the same time as the census to make sure all of the districts are proportionate.
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