The number of representatives in the US House is determined by the population of each state compared to the other states, so there is no upper limit. However, with the number locked at 435 for most of the 20th century, the larger states will merely continue to gain representation at the expense of smaller or slower-growing states (which are, however, constitutionally guaranteed at least 1). There have been moves to increase the size of the House, but there are many logistical problems involved.
The maximum number of Representatives a state may have is specified in the Constitution in terms of the minimum district size allowed, which is 30,000. So based on the 2010 Census, the maximum number of Representatives that California, the most populous state, may have is 1241.
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Every state has 2 senators. Representatives are determined by population. There is no limit on representatives.
The maximum number of US representatives to congress is 435.
At this moment 435.
435 Representatives (voting)
Congressman refers to a member of the House of Representative. Senator is a member of the Senate.
The number of terms is not limited.
Members of the House of Representatives are called Representatives. Each state has a certain amount of Representatives in Washington, DC.
Each Congressman represents an approximately equal number of people as determined by the latest Census.
a Representative or a congressman
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A member of the House is referred to as a Representative, Congressman, or Congresswoman and Representatives use the prefix "The Honorable" before their names.
You must be 25 to serve in the House. 30 for the Senate.
The term for an individual member of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate is: congressman or congresswoman.