How many Representatives do the states get in the US House of Representatives?
There can only be 435 members in the House of Representatives.
Each state must have at least one representative. These states have only one each: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming.
California has the most with 53 representatives.
Unlike the Senate, where each state has two Senators, a state's number of representatives is based on the state's population, which is updated every 10 years when the Census is taken. At that time the seats are reapportioned by a mathematical formula called the 'equal proportions method'. Some states lose seats while others gain seats. This won't happen again until 2020.
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