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kyle a.b. 9 Aug 16
, it's why equal representation never made sense to me. That's 16 senators.
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Ivan Cherevko 9 Aug 16
that's why you have House of Reps. 11 reps from NYC - that's even more than 8 small states.
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Ivan Cherevko 9 Aug 16
If you'd do this map by GDP, there would be far more than 8.
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Zulema ✦ Black Lives Matter 9 Aug 16
it's not too surprising if you remember NYC has a ton of vertical space: fill every floor of every bldg. 😊
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John Bennet 9 Aug 16
And each one gets 2 Senate seats.
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Tim Stellmach 9 Aug 16
Replying to @nbashaw @digg
I don't think they'd enjoy that very much (or vice versa, for that matter).
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Rachel Bachman 9 Aug 16
Hi West Virginia
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Rick Freeman 9 Aug 16
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Hästronaut (((🐎))) Ĉevalo de l’ Steloj 9 Aug 16
That's how many live there, not how many ARE there.
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Caged Tater 9 Aug 16
Replying to @nbashaw @joshtpm @digg
West Virginia would never agree to live in Queens
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