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In the United States, every 10 years, state-level politicians use census data to redraw Congressional districts within their states. Their goal is to draw boundaries so that each district has a similar distribution of population, to guarantee equal representation in government.

This process is called

A

redistricting.

B

reapportionment.

C

census tracting.

D

gerrymandering.

E

electoral voting.

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