### What does the number of Representatives each state gets depend on?

The population of the state. This is what makes the census every 10 years so important.

### A number of representatives a state gets depends on?

The population of a given state determines the number of representatives the state gets.

### Does the number of electors a state gets depend on the number of representatives?

close The number of presidential electors each state appoints is equal to the total of that state's U.S. Representatives and U.S. Senators. Since every state has two U.S. Senators, the number of electors is the number of the state's U.S. Representatives plus two.

### Which state has the largest number of representatives in the house of representatives?

California The members or (representatives) of the House are based on the population of the state. So the largest state gets the most representatives. Since California is the largest state in the US it gets the largest number of representatives.

### Does the number of votes in the electoral college depend on the number of votes the states want?

each state gets a number of electors equal to however many representatives they have in the house (varies by population) and senate (2). d.c. gets 3 electors.

### What decides how many representatives each state gets?

Representatives are decided by state's population, so the number of representatives differs from state to state.

### What is the sole factor in determining the number of representatives a state is entitled to have in the US house of representatives?

Population is used to determine how many representatives a state gets.

### How is the number of electors in the Electoral College determined?

The number of electors each state gets is equal to the number of Senators plus the number of Representatives that state has. Washington, DC gets the same number as the state with the least.

### The number of presidental electors a state gets is the same as?

The number of its Representatives plus the number of its Senators.

### How many electors does a state get?

2 Answer In the electoral college, the number that each state gets is equal to the number of senators plus the number of representatives. Each state has 2 senators, and the representatives are based on population. So if a state has 6 representatives in the house, they will get 8 electoral votes.

### How is the number of Representatives a state gets determined?

By its population, but they get at least one.

### What determines how many votes each state gets in the electoral College?

The number of electoral votes is 2 plus the number of representatives the state has in Congress. The total number of representatives is currently fixed at 435 and the number each state gets is apportioned by population . Congress adjusts these numbers after each new census.

### The number of presidentail electors a state gets for a president election is determend by adding the state total number of?

State Senators (U.S Senate) + State Representatives (U.S House of Representatives) = State Electors. Kansas has 2 Senators and 4 Representatives, so they have 6 electoral votes.

### Why do some states have more representtive than other states?

The number of Representatives a state gets is dependent on the population of the state so states with larger populations have a greater number of Representatives.

### How does your government gets its number of representatives?

Each state has a diffrennt number of reps. they each get 2 senates and the number is alwasy determined by the population of that state.

### How many representatives are in each state?

Each state has at least one. Number increases as population of a state gets larger.

### What is the number of electoral votes for each state based on?

Each state is entitled to a number of electors equal to the number of Representatives it is entitled to plus the number of Senators it has. The number of electoral votes each state receives is equal to the number of Senators plus the number of Representatives the state has. Each state has two Senators, and the number of Representatives each state has is determined by the population of the state. Washington DC gets the same… Read More

### How are Census and House of Representatives related?

The number of Representatives a state gets is directly proportional to is population as indicated in the most recent Census.

### Why did large slave states want slaves counted as part of the state population?

Because the number of representatives each state gets in the House of Representatives is based on its population.

### How is Representation determined in each house?

In the Senate, each state gets 2 representatives. In the House of Representatives, the number of representatives per state is based on the population. This is determined from the census every ten years.

### What two things determine how many electoral votes a state gets?

The number of Representatives and Senators of the state combined.

### How many Congressman does each state get?

Each state gets two senators. The number of representatives varies with the population of the state. Every state gets at least one. California has 53.

### The number of presidential electors a state gets is the same?

The number of presidential electors in the electoral college that a State is allocated is equal to the number of its Representatives plus the number of its Senators.

### How do you determine how many senators and representatives there are?

Every state has exactly two Senators. Each state gets a number of Representatives based on how many people live in that state, but every state is guaranteed to have at least one.

### How does a state get electoral votes?

The number of electoral votes a states gets is equal to the number of representatives it gets in the House plus two. The number of representatives is determined by the population- greater population means more congressmen. The number of representatives is revised every ten years after each census- the total remains fixed at 435.

### What does the census have to do with the number of representatives per state?

every state gets a certain number of represenatives depending on the states population. the bigger the population a state has the more represenatives it has

### Is the number of electors a State gets is the same as its number of Representatives?

Not quite- you must add two more for the two senators.

### What determines the number of electoral votes that gets?

Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the U.S. House of Representatives. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, the total number of electoral votes is 538 - 100 (senators) + 435 (representatives) +3 (for DC).

### How many people are in congress per state?

Each state gets two senators and the number of representatives of each state is based on the states population

### How are states represented in congress?

Senators - each state gets 2 senators regardless of how big/small the state is or how populated/unpopulated the state is. Representatives - each state gets representatives based on its population; highly populated state = many representatives, very unpopulated state = few representatives

### How is represntation in the senate determined?

In the United States Senate, each state gets two representatives. This is different from the House of Representatives, where the number of delegates is determined by the state's population.

### What determines how many electoral votes each state gets?

Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the U.S. House of Representatives. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, the total number of electoral votes is 538 - 100 (senators) + 435 (representatives) +3 (for DC).

### What determines the number of electoral college votes that each state gets?

Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the U.S. House of Representatives. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes.

### What is the least number of congressmen can a state have?

Every state gets 2 Senators. The number of Representatives is based on population, but each state gets at least one. So three would be the minimum. Vermont, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Delaware, Wyoming and Alaska have the minimum number.

### Can the number of state representatives change?

Yes, state representation is proportional to the population, Every ten years, after the official US census in complete, the number of representatives for each state, which is fixed to total 435, is adjusted to reflect changes in relative population. The change is called re-apportionment. The number of each electoral votes each state gets in based on the number of representatives so presidential election are also affected by re-apportionment.

### What determines the number of representatives a state gets?

The number of House Representatives to which each state is entitled is based on its relative population compared to the population of all of the states. Every ten years, after every U. S. census, the 435 House seats are reapportioned to the states in such a way as to get as close as possible to each Representative representing the same number of people, with the exception that each state gets a minimum of one.

### What is the formula for how many electoral votes each state gets?

The number of a state's electors equals the total number of U. S. Senators and U. S. Representatives to which the state is entitled.

### What is a bicomercial legislature?

You mean bicameral legislature, and it is a two house system of representation being the house of representatives (the number of representatives here are based on a states population) and the senate (in which every state gets two representatives).

### How many elctores are there in the elcetoral college?

535 - each State gets the same number of Electors as the total of its Senators and Representatives.

### What determines how many electoral votes a state has?

Each state has a number of electoral votes (electors) equal to the number of Senators and Representatives that particular state is entitled to have in Congress. If a state is entitled to have 10 Representatives and 2 Senators, it gets 12 electoral votes. See Article 2, Section 2 of the US Constitution.

### Can the number of us senator speak from any state be reduced?

Each state gets 2 senators. That number does not change. The number of members of the House of Representatives will change, based on population changes- but Senators will stay at 2 per state.

### How are house of reps chosen?

The number of representatives each state gets is based on the population of that state; for example while Utah has three reps, New York has 29 reps. This just goes to show you that larger, more populous states have more representatives in the House of Representatives.

### How many votes does each state get when the election of the president must be decided by the house of representatives in a special vote?

Each state gets a vote from their Representative in the House. Each state has a different number of Representatives. It's calculated by the population of the state. WRONG! The correct answer is one vote

### The number of electoral votes a state is equal to?

Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the U.S. House of Representatives. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, the total number of electoral votes is 538 - 100 (senators) + 435 (representatives) +3 (for DC).

### How is the number of electoral votes per state determined?

### What determine the number of presidential election for each state?

### Is the House of Representatives based on population?

Yes, the amount of representatives a state gets in the House is based on the population of said state.

### How is the number for electoral votes determined?

### How are the number of electors electoral votes each states gets determined?

Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the House of Representatives. Since every state has two senators and at least one representative to the House, every state has at least 3 electoral votes. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, the total number of electoral votes is 538 - 100 (senators)… Read More