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California Congressional Districts Average 702,000 Rhode Island Congressional Districts Average 526,000

If California and Rhode Island were equally represented California would have 70 Representatives instead of just 53

When compared with Rhode Island, California has 9,375,965 people that are not being counted.

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At 10:25am on July 1, 2014, Keith Broaders said…

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At 3:32pm on March 28, 2014, Arthur Evangelista said…

I also attended the CMDNJ in Newark for some of my medical training. Small world.

Ok, then,,,ever been to Colorado, Oregon, Idaho, or Montana ?  ha !!!  kidding.

Have a great night. Stay safe.

At 1:55pm on March 28, 2014, Arthur Evangelista said…

I am honored.  FYI: I have some good friends in Gaston County.  Also, I had attended UNC in Asheville back in the early 80's. Small world there, Tar Heel :>)

 
 
 

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