Derek Cressman

Our Framers intended each member of the House to represent 30,000 people. But since, 1913, we have frozen the number of House seats at 435, meaning each district now has 750,000 people. These huge districts make it much harder for grassroots candidates to compete by going door to door and advantage big money TV ads.

Do we need a larger House?

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