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How many representatives does New York have in the US House of Representatives and the Senate?

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2011-01-17 00:51:33
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New York has 27 representatives in the House of Representatives; the state lost two Congressional Districts as a result of the 2010 US Census population count. All states have two representatives in the Senate.

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