For how long do you elect each member of the US House of representatives?
What number of citizens the Constitution initially mandated that each member of the House of Representatives should represent?
A member of congress can be expelled from that house by a simple majority vote of the full house. Each house is responsible for its own members. Thus, for the US House of Representatives, a majority vote of its members can expel one of their own. ONLY the House in question can expel one of its members. No other means can be used.
The number of electoral votes for each state is equal to the sum of its and number of Senators and its number of Representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. Based on the 2010 Census, there are 18 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois. Therefore, Illinois has 20 electoral votes.
How are elections in a single member district differ from elections in States that filled their seats at - large.?
In a single-member district basis, voters would elect on of the State's representatives from the many candidates running for a seat in the House from that district. However, State's that fill there seats by using at-large elect from the State as a whole. Instead of from a particular district. Though every voter could cote for a candidate for each one of the State's seats in the house.