List of United States congressional districts

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Congressional districts in the United States are electoral divisions for the purpose of electing members of the United States House of Representatives. The number of voting seats in the House of Representatives is currently set at 435 with each one representing approximately 711,000 people. [1] That number has applied since 1913, excluding a temporary increase to 437 after the admissions of Alaska and Hawaii. The total number of state members is capped by the Reapportionment Act of 1929 . [2] In addition, each of the five inhabited U.S. territories and the federal district of Washington, D.C. sends a non-voting delegate to the House of Representatives.

A congressional district is an electoral constituency that elects a single member of a congress. Countries with congressional districts include the United States, the Philippines, and Japan. A congressional district is based on population, which, in the United States, is taken using a census every ten years.

United States Federal republic in North America

The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States or simply America, is a country comprising 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions. At 3.8 million square miles, the United States is the world's third or fourth largest country by total area and is slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe. Most of the country is located in central North America between Canada and Mexico. With an estimated population of over 327 million people, the U.S. is the third most populous country. The capital is Washington, D.C., and the most populous city is New York City.

United States House of Representatives Lower house of the United States Congress

The United States House of Representatives is the lower house of the United States Congress, the Senate being the upper house. Together they compose the national legislature of the United States.

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The Bureau of the Census conducts a constitutionally mandated decennial census whose figures are used to determine the number of congressional districts to which each state is entitled, in a process called "apportionment". The 2012 elections were the first to be based on the congressional districts which were defined based on the 2010 United States Census. [3]

United States Census Bureau Bureau of the United States responsible for the census and related statistics

The United States Census Bureau is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System, responsible for producing data about the American people and economy. The Census Bureau is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce and its director is appointed by the President of the United States.

U.S. state constituent political entity of the United States

In the United States, a state is a constituent political entity, of which there are currently 50. Bound together in a political union, each state holds governmental jurisdiction over a separate and defined geographic territory and shares its sovereignty with the federal government. Due to this shared sovereignty, Americans are citizens both of the federal republic and of the state in which they reside. State citizenship and residency are flexible, and no government approval is required to move between states, except for persons restricted by certain types of court orders.

United States congressional apportionment How 435 seats are distributed to 50 states

United States congressional apportionment is the process by which seats in the United States House of Representatives are distributed among the 50 states according to the most recent decennial census mandated by the United States Constitution. Each state is apportioned a number of seats which approximately corresponds to its share of the aggregate population of the 50 states. However, every state is constitutionally guaranteed at least one seat.

Each state is responsible for the redistricting of districts within their state, and several states have one "at-large" division. Redistricting must take place if the number of members changes following a reapportionment, or may take place at any other time if demographics represented in a district have changed substantially. Districts may sometimes retain the same boundaries while changing their district numbers.

Redistricting is the process of drawing electoral district boundaries in the United States. A congressional act passed in 1967 requires that representatives be elected from single-member districts, except when a state has a single representative, in which case one state-wide at-large election be held.

An electoral district, also known as an election district, legislative district, voting district, constituency, riding, ward, division, (election) precinct, electoral area, circumscription, or electorate, is a territorial subdivision for electing members to a legislative body. Generally, only voters (constituents) who reside within the district are permitted to vote in an election held there. From a single district, a single member or multiple members might be chosen. Members might be chosen by a first-past-the-post system or a proportional representative system, or another voting method entirely. Members might be chosen through a direct election under universal suffrage, an indirect election, or another form of suffrage.

The following is a complete list of the 435 current congressional districts for the House of Representatives, and over 200 obsolete districts, and the six current and one obsolete non-voting delegations.

Extremes

Population

Montana State in the United States

Montana is a state in the Northwestern United States. Montana has several nicknames, although none are official, including "Big Sky Country" and "The Treasure State", and slogans that include "Land of the Shining Mountains" and more recently "The Last Best Place".

Rhode Island State in the United States

Rhode Island, officially the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, is a state in the New England region of the United States. It is the smallest U.S. state by area, the seventh least populous, and the second most densely populated. Rhode Island is bordered by Connecticut to the west, Massachusetts to the north and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south via Rhode Island Sound and Block Island Sound. It also shares a small maritime border with New York. Providence is the state capital and most populous city in Rhode Island.

Wyoming State in the United States

Wyoming is a state in the mountain region of the Western United States. The state is the 10th largest by area, the least populous, and the second most sparsely populated state in the country. Wyoming is bordered on the north by Montana, on the east by South Dakota and Nebraska, on the south by Colorado, on the southwest by Utah, and on the west by Idaho and Montana. The state population was estimated at 577,737 in 2018, which is less than 31 of the most populous U.S. cities including Denver in neighboring Colorado. Cheyenne is the state capital and the most populous city, with an estimated population of 63,624 in 2017.

Districts per state

California State in the United States

California is a state in the Pacific Region of the United States. With 39.6 million residents across a total area of about 163,696 square miles (423,970 km2), California is the most populous U.S. state and the third-largest by area. The state capital is Sacramento. The Greater Los Angeles Area and the San Francisco Bay Area are the nation's second- and fifth-most populous urban regions, with 18.7 million and 9.7 million residents respectively. Los Angeles is California's most populous city, and the country's second-most populous, after New York City. California also has the nation's most populous county, Los Angeles County, and its largest county by area, San Bernardino County. The City and County of San Francisco is both the country's second-most densely populated major city after New York City and the fifth-most densely populated county, behind only four of the five New York City boroughs.

Alaska State in the United States

Alaska is a U.S. state in the northwest extremity of the United States West Coast, just across the Bering Strait from Asia. The Canadian province of British Columbia and territory of Yukon border the state to the east and southeast. Its most extreme western part is Attu Island, and it has a maritime border with Russia to the west across the Bering Strait. To the north are the Chukchi and Beaufort seas—southern parts of the Arctic Ocean. The Pacific Ocean lies to the south and southwest. It is the largest U.S. state by area and the seventh largest subnational division in the world. In addition, it is the 3rd least populous and the most sparsely populated of the 50 United States; nevertheless, it is by far the most populous territory located mostly north of the 60th parallel in North America: its population—estimated at 738,432 by the United States Census Bureau in 2015—is more than quadruple the combined populations of Northern Canada and Greenland. Approximately half of Alaska's residents live within the Anchorage metropolitan area. Alaska's economy is dominated by the fishing, natural gas, and oil industries, resources which it has in abundance. United States armed forces bases and tourism are also a significant part of the economy.

Delaware State in the United States

Delaware is one of the 50 states of the United States, in the South-Atlantic or Southern region. It is bordered to the south and west by Maryland, north by Pennsylvania, and east by New Jersey and the Atlantic Ocean. The state takes its name from Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr, an English nobleman and Virginia's first colonial governor.

Area

Alaskas at-large congressional district U.S. House district in the state of Alaska

Since becoming a U.S. state in 1959, Alaska has been entitled to one member in the United States House of Representatives, elected in the state's sole, at-large congressional district.

New Mexicos 2nd congressional district U.S. House district in southern New Mexico

New Mexico's second congressional district to the United States House of Representatives serves the southern half of New Mexico, including Las Cruces, Roswell and the southern fourth of Albuquerque. Geographically, it is the fifth largest district in the nation, and the largest not to comprise an entire state. It is currently represented by Democrat Xochitl Torres Small.

Nevadas 2nd congressional district

Nevada's 2nd congressional district is a congressional district that includes the northern third of the state. It includes most of Lyon County, all of Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Pershing, Storey, and Washoe counties, as well as the state capital, Carson City. The largest city in the district is Reno, the state's third largest city. Although the district appears rural, its politics are dominated by Reno and Carson City. As of 2017, over 460,000 people reside in Washoe County alone, totaling about two-thirds of the district's population.

Oldest district

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Alabama

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Alabama's congressional districts since 2013

Alaska

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Alaska's at-large district since 1959

American Samoa

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Arizona

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Arizona's congressional districts since 2013

Arkansas

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Arkansas's congressional districts since 2013

California

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California's congressional districts since 2013

Colorado

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Colorado's congressional districts since 2013

Connecticut

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Connecticut's congressional districts since 2013

Delaware

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Delaware's at-large district since 1789

The oldest district in the country, it has never changed its shape or size. From 1813 to 1823, Delaware had two representatives—both chosen at-large on a general ticket from the same statewide district.

District of Columbia

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Florida

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Florida's congressional districts since 2017

Georgia

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Georgia's congressional districts since 2013

Guam

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Hawaii

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Hawaii's congressional districts since 2013

Idaho

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Idaho's congressional districts since 2013

Illinois

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Illinois's congressional districts since 2013

Indiana

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Indiana's congressional districts since 2013

Iowa

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Iowa's congressional districts since 2013

Kansas

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Kansas's congressional districts since 2013

Kentucky

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Kentucky's congressional districts since 2013

Louisiana

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Louisiana's congressional districts since 2013

Maine

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Maine's congressional districts since 2013

Until 1820, Maine was part of Massachusetts. After the 1810 census, Massachusetts was allocated 20 districts. Seven Massachusetts districts (then numbered 14 through 20 ) were credited to Maine soon after it became a state in 1820. See District of Maine.

Maryland

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Maryland's congressional districts since 2013

Massachusetts

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Massachusetts's congressional districts since 2013

Michigan

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Michigan's congressional districts since 2013

Minnesota

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Minnesota's congressional districts since 2013

Mississippi

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Mississippi's congressional districts since 2013

Missouri

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Missouri's congressional districts since 2013

Montana

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Montana's at-large district since 1993

Nebraska

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Nebraska's congressional districts since 2013

Nevada

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Nevada's congressional districts since 2013

New Hampshire

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New Hampshire's congressional districts since 2013

New Jersey

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New Jersey's congressional districts since 2013

New Mexico

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New Mexico's congressional districts since 2013

New York

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New York's congressional districts since 2013

North Carolina

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North Carolina's congressional districts since 2016 court order

North Dakota

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North Dakota's at-large district since 1973

Northern Mariana Islands

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Ohio

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Ohio's congressional districts since 2013

Oklahoma

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Oklahoma's congressional districts since 2013

Oregon

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Oregon's congressional districts since 2013

Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania's congressional districts since 2018 court order

Philippines

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Puerto Rico

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Rhode Island

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Rhode Island's congressional districts since 2013

South Carolina

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South Carolina's congressional districts since 2013

South Dakota

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South Dakota's at-large district since 1983

Tennessee

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Tennessee's congressional districts since 2013

Texas

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Texas's congressional districts since 2013

U.S. Virgin Islands

See Non-voting delegations, below.

Utah

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Utah's congressional districts since 2013

Vermont

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Vermont's at-large district since 1933

Virginia

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Virginia's congressional districts since 2017, as a result of the 2016 court ruling.

Washington

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Washington's congressional districts since 2013

West Virginia

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West Virginia's congressional districts since 2013

Wisconsin

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Wisconsin's congressional districts since 2013

Wyoming

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Wyoming's at-large district since 1869

Non-voting delegations

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2013 US Congressional districts with territories.

List of current districts by area

This list includes the 435 current voting districts, along with the 6 non-voting delegations. [10] These geographic values reflect the changes to the Pennsylvania Congressional Districts in 2018. [11]

Rank
large
DistrictLand area
(mi²)
Land area
(km²)
1 Alaska at-large 571,951.261,481,353.76
2 Montana at-large 145,552.44376,980.82
3 Wyoming at-large 97,100.40251,490.04
4 South Dakota at-large 75,884.64196,541.22
5 New Mexico 2nd 71,739.49185,805.46
6 Oregon 2nd 69,442.78179,856.98
7 North Dakota at-large 68,975.93178,647.66
8 Nebraska 3rd 67,435.41174,657.89
9 Texas 23rd 58,059.18150,373.43
10 Nevada 2nd 55,829.71144,599.09
11 Arizona 1st 55,039.61142,552.73
12 Kansas 1st 52,542.5136,085.21
13 Nevada 4th 50,997.97132,084.87
14 Colorado 3rd 49,731.77128,805.41
15 New Mexico 3rd 44,958.52116,442.68
16 Idaho 2nd 43,225.09111,953.1
17 Utah 2nd 39,987.95103,568.89
18 Idaho 1st 39,418.02102,092.77
19 Texas 13th 38,349.2499,324.63
20 Colorado 4th 38,102.6798,686.01
21 Oklahoma 3rd 34,116.7388,362.42
22 Minnesota 7th 33,429.3186,582
23 Arizona 4th 33,199.4585,986.66
24 California 8th 32,867.2185,126.16
25 California 1st 28,089.4772,751.8
26 Minnesota 8th 27,908.1372,282.13
27 Texas 11th 27,832.1772,085.39
28 Maine 2nd 27,557.471,373.74
29 Texas 19th 25,835.5966,914.25
30 Michigan 1st 25,027.7564,821.94
31 Wisconsin 7th 23,037.2659,666.56
32 Iowa 4th 22,756.7558,940.04
33 Arkansas 4th 22,338.0857,855.69
34 Oklahoma 2nd 20,995.3554,378.01
35 Utah 3rd 20,070.5451,982.75
36 Missouri 8th 19,901.1751,544.08
37 Utah 1st 19,560.7950,662.5
38 Arkansas 1st 19,318.2950,034.42
39 Washington 4th 19,250.2249,858.12
40 Missouri 6th 18,198.6247,134.47
41 Oregon 4th 17,274.0444739.81
42 Arizona 3rd 15,688.7940,634.01
43 Mississippi 2nd 15,551.5140,278.45
44 Washington 5th 15,473.1340,075.45
45 New York 21st 15,114.7639,147.27
46 Illinois 15th 14,695.6738,061.82
47 Louisiana 5th 14,452.8837,433
48 Missouri 4th 14,401.3837,299.61
49 Kansas 4th 14,315.6837,077.65
50 Kansas 2nd 14,143.3436,631.29
51 California 2nd 12,952.2333,546.31
52 California 4th 12,836.233,245.79
53 Mississippi 3rd 12,754.4833,034.14
54 Louisiana 4th 12,435.132,206.94
55 Iowa 2nd 12,261.9231,758.40
56 Kentucky 1st 12,079.531,285.94
57 Iowa 1st 12,048.8431,206.53
58 Minnesota 1st 11,973.9931,012.67
59 Kentucky 5th 11,235.1529,099.07
60 Wisconsin 3rd 11,111.7928,779.56
61 Mississippi 1st 10,572.827,383.58
62 Illinois 18th 10,515.9527,236.34
63 Alabama 7th 10,156.1326,304.40
64 Alabama 2nd 10,141.6326,266.85
65 Texas 4th 10,122.9926,218.57
66 Virginia 5th 10,029.7925,977.18
67 California 23rd 9,89825,635.85
68 Pennsylvania 12th 9,893.4025,623.80
69 Oklahoma 4th 9,777.2825,323.18
70 West Virginia 3rd 9,745.3325,240.43
71 Pennsylvania 15th 9,729.0325,198.09
72 Georgia 2nd 9,626.2324,931.96
73 Texas 28th 9,378.5324,290.42
74 Vermont at-large 9,249.5623,956.36
75 Tennessee 7th 9,160.4423,725.56
76 Texas 27th 9,128.2523,642.19
77 Washington 3rd 9,114.0123,605.31
78 Virginia 9th 9,113.8723,604.95
79 Alabama 4th 8,888.7723,021.94
80 Nebraska 1st 8,879.0222,996.68
81 Iowa 3rd 8,789.6222,765.14
82 Georgia 8th 8,711.6422,563.17
83 Florida 2nd 8,613.5822,309.19
84 Michigan 4th 8,457.821,905.72
85 Texas 34th 8,190.3221,212.95
86 Georgia 12th 8,185.2721,199.87
87 South Carolina 6th 8,062.9320,883.01
88 Mississippi 4th 8,044.4820,835.22
89 West Virginia 2nd 8,017.3120,764.85
90 Georgia 1st 7,982.8120,675.5
91 New York 19th 7,937.0220,556.90
92 Illinois 16th 7,917.4920,506.32
93 Texas 1st 7,858.8620,354.47
94 Arizona 2nd 7,838.1220,300.75
95 North Carolina 3rd 7,810.0820,228.13
96 Texas 15th 7,804.0720,212.56
97 Texas 17th 7,651.1619,816.52
98 Texas 25th 7,620.719,737.63
99 Alabama 3rd 7,543.8619,538.62
100 Colorado 2nd 7,535.3419,516.55
101 New York 23rd 7,371.6519,092.59
102 Washington 8th 7,359.719,061.64
103 Florida 3rd 7,306.0518,922.69
104 Colorado 5th 7,265.7218,818.23
105 Indiana 8th 7,255.3918,791.48
106 Ohio 6th 7,215.0318,686.95
107 Kentucky 2nd 7,177.4418,589.59
108 Texas 36th 7,125.8318,455.92
109 Georgia 10th 7,096.2218,379.23
110 Louisiana 3rd 6,983.3218,086.82
111 Illinois 17th 6,933.0817,956.7
112 Washington 6th 6,902.7317,878.09
113 California 24th 6,883.3517,827.89
114 Missouri 3rd 6,851.5417,745.51
115 Tennessee 8th 6,850.5317,742.89
116 North Carolina 11th 6,838.2417,711.06
117 Wisconsin 8th 6,806.6717,629.29
118 California 21st 6,729.9417,430.56
119 New Hampshire 2nd 6,48916,806.53
120 Tennessee 6th 6,474.2116,768.22
121 Florida 17th 6,369.9716,498.24
122 Indiana 4th 6,352.5516,453.12
123 West Virginia 1st 6,275.5616,253.72
124 Missouri 7th 6,272.8416,246.67
125 Hawaii 2nd 6,213.416,092.72
126 Indiana 6th 6,206.8316,075.71
127 Washington 1st 6,186.4716,022.97
128 California 3rd 6,183.5916,015.51
129 North Carolina 7th 6,161.7715,959
130 Alabama 1st 6,066.8315,713.11
131 Texas 8th 6,053.7615,679.25
133 Tennessee 4th 5,984.8415,500.75
132 Pennsylvania 13th 6,017.9915,586.54
134 Virginia 6th 5,930.0215,358.77
135 Texas 21st 5,920.8915,335.12
136 California 36th 5,912.6415,313.75
137 Illinois 13th 5,793.6515,005.57
138 Ohio 5th 5,626.4714,572.57
139 South Carolina 5th 5,505.5414,259.36
140 North Carolina 1st 5,494.2814,230.2
141 Arkansas 3rd 5,400.9913,988.58
142 South Carolina 7th 5,354.6213,868.48
143 South Carolina 3rd 5,268.2813,644.86
144 Georgia 9th 5,210.8113,496.01
145 Oregon 5th 5,189.7313,441.41
146 New York 22nd 5,077.4513,150.61
147 Texas 10th 5,070.9513,133.77
148 Texas 5th 5,043.8513,063.58
149 Illinois 12th 5,008.2112,971.28
150 Arkansas 2nd 4,978.1212,893.34
151 Wisconsin 6th 4,918.3912,738.64
152 California 20th 4,874.2212,624.24
153 California 51st 4,791.6112,410.28
154 Ohio 15th 4,738.9312,273.84
155 Ohio 4th 4,664.8712,082.03
156 New Mexico 1st 4,600.1411,914.37
157 Tennessee 3rd 4,570.3211,837.14
158 Wisconsin 2nd 4,536.6911,750.04
159 North Carolina 8th 4,512.7811,688.11
160 Indiana 9th 4,486.7711,620.75
161 Kentucky 4th 4,382.1911,349.88
162 Virginia 4th 4,310.3411,163.79
163 Kentucky 6th 4,292.7211,118.16
164 Michigan 7th 4,227.7310,949.83
165 Indiana 3rd 4,180.3710,827.17
166 Alabama 6th 4,170.7810,802.331
167 Tennessee 1st 4,141.9210,727.58
168 Michigan 10th 4,140.4410,723.75
169 Louisiana 6th 4,033.8910,447.79
170 Louisiana 1st 4,030.2310,438.31
171 Florida 1st 4,016.310,402.23
172 Maryland 1st 3,977.0610,300.6
173 New York 27th 3,973.1310,290.42
174 Indiana 2nd 3,958.5810,252.73
175 Ohio 7th 3,864.7610,009.74
176 Georgia 3rd 3,838.279,941.13
177 Virginia 1st 3,684.329,542.4
178 Alabama 5th 3,677.319,524.24
179 North Carolina 6th 3,674.559517.09
180 Georgia 14th 3,623.169,383.99
181 North Carolina 5th 3,571.869,251.13
182 Michigan 6th 3,546.749,186.07
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183 Pennsylvania 16th 3,311.668,577.18
184 Pennsylvania 9th 3,295.298,534.78
185 Maine 1st 3,285.528,509.51
186 Michigan 2nd 3,281.198,498.29
187 North Carolina 2nd 3,246.688,408.91
188 Florida 25th 3,232.718,372.73
189 Ohio 2nd 3,221.628,344
190 South Carolina 2nd 3,022.177,827.43
191 Oregon 1st 3,0077,788.14
192 Minnesota 6th 2,882.227,464.96
193 Nevada 3rd 2,848.997,378.89
194 Pennsylvania 14th 2,847.657,375.38
195 California 16th 2,839.517,354.34
196 California 50th 2,787.357,219.24
197 Virginia 7th 2,776.397,190.86
198 Pennsylvania 8th 2,667.876,909.77
199 Michigan 3rd 2,628.746,808.44
200 North Carolina 10th 2,575.166,669.67
201 Utah 4th 2,550.356,605.41
202 Florida 11th 2,509.886,500.6
203 Florida 6th 2,506.926,492.93
204 New Hampshire 1st 2,463.656,380.86
205 Ohio 8th 2,450.496,346.78
206 Texas 14th 2,441.396,323.21
207 Minnesota 2nd 2,437.916,314.19
208 Florida 20th 2,427.426,287.02
209 Missouri 5th 2,424.856,280.37
210 New York 24th 2,388.566,186.38
211 Massachusetts 1st 2,350.296,087.26
212 Michigan 5th 2,348.706,083.14
213 Tennessee 2nd 2,320.686,010.57
214 North Carolina 13th 2,280.595,906.73
215 Ohio 12th 2,271.915,884.25
216 Texas 31st 2,154.495,580.13
217 Texas 6th 2,148.415,564.39
218 Florida 26th 2,098.665,435.53
219 New Jersey 2nd 2,092.435,419.40
220 Oklahoma 5th 2,073.905,371.41
221 Connecticut 2nd 1,987.685,148.10
222 Ohio 14th 1,953.145,058.64
223 Maryland 6th 1,950.265,051.18
224 Delaware at-large 1,949.005,047.00
225 Indiana 5th 1,924.764,985.13
226 Wisconsin 5th 1,890.754,897.05
227 Florida 4th 1,875.974,858.77
228 California 10th 1,818.794,710.67
229 Florida 8th 1,752.064,537.84
230 California 5th 1,730.824,482.83
231 Wisconsin 1st 1,727.924,475.32
232 Florida 9th 1,707.494,422.40
233 California 25th 1,690.504,378.40
234 Oklahoma 1st 1,631.674,226.03
235 Massachusetts 2nd 1,628.004,216.52
236 Illinois 14th 1,597.604,137.79
237 South Carolina 1st 1,547.864,008.96
238 Florida 18th 1,512.553,917.51
239 Michigan 8th 1,503.183,893.24
240 Pennsylvania 11th 1,502.963,892.66
241 Maryland 5th 1,481.243,836.42
242 Texas 12th 1,441.163,732.61
243 Virginia 10th 1,372.243,554.11
244 Florida 5th 1,355.033,509.53
245 New York 18th 1,353.423,505.36
246 South Carolina 4th 1,299.303,365.19
247 Louisiana 2nd 1,268.483,285.37
248 Tennessee 5th 1,248.573,233.80
249 Connecticut 5th 1,248.163,232.74
250 California 9th 1,245.283,225.28
251 New York 20th 1,231.283,189.02
252 Massachusetts 9th 1,214.743,146.18
253 Ohio 16th 1,205.343,121.83
254 California 22nd 1,165.123,017.66
255 Indiana 1st 1,157.022,996.68
256 Ohio 10th 1,129.762,926.08
257 Florida 10th 1,129.322,924.94
258 Illinois 2nd 1,080.672,798.94
259 Pennsylvania 10th 1,080.262,797.86
260 Oregon 3rd 1,074.462,782.85
261 Georgia 11th 1,071.252,774.54
262 North Carolina 4th 1,045.352,707.46
263 Texas 22nd 1,032.842,675.06
264 Washington 2nd 1,015.022,628.90
265 Virginia 2nd 991.682,568.45
266 New Jersey 5th 991.302,567.47
267 New Jersey 7th 970.192,512.79
268 Virginia 3rd 947.102,452.99
269 California 26th 939.122,432.32
270 California 42nd 935.962,424.14
271 California 19th 915.342,370.73
272 Pennsylvania 6th 912.842,364.25
273 Texas 26th 907.152,349.52
274 New Jersey 3rd 899.702,330.23
275 Ohio 13th 894.302,316.24
276 Florida 12th 883.752,288.91
277 Pennsylvania 17th 882.882,286.64
278 Florida 16th 875.332,267.11
279 Pennsylvania 7th 856.642,218.68
280 Maryland 8th 859.852,227.01
281 North Carolina 9th 856.932,219.45
282 Washington 10th 826.672,141.08
283 Florida 15th 818.512,119.94
284 Rhode Island 2nd 765.321,982.18
285 Massachusetts 3rd 757.861,962.86
286 Kansas 3rd 757.201,961.15
287 Florida 19th 750.371,943.46
288 Georgia 13th 714.951,851.72
289 Texas 16th 710.351,839.81
290 California 27th 699.901,812.74
291 California 18th 696.121,802.95
292 New Jersey 4th 691.881,791.97
293 Ohio 1st 686.961,779.23
294 Connecticut 1st 675.451,749.42
295 Massachusetts 4th 668.271,730.82
296 New York 1st 650.021,683.55
297 Pennsylvania 1st 638.391,653.44
298 Arizona 6th 625.071,618.93
299 California 15th 599.451,552.58
300 Texas 35th 593.771,537.87
301 California 49th 553.081,432.48
302 North Carolina 12th 4411,143.4
303 California 7th 548.651,421.00
304 Arizona 8th 539.661,397.72
305 Minnesota 3rd 527.051,365.06
306 Massachusetts 6th 526.791,364.39
307 Florida 7th 513.581,330.17
308 New York 25th 510.191,321.39
309 Nebraska 2nd 509.741,320.23
310 New Jersey 11th 504.971,307.87
311 Georgia 4th 496.61,286.20
312 California 11th 493.611,278.45
313 Maryland 7th 488.031,264.00
314 Tennessee 9th 483.391,251.98
315 Texas 3rd 480.881,245.48
316 Pennsylvania 4th 477.021,235.48
317 Colorado 6th 474.661,229.37
318 Connecticut 3rd 470.341,218.18
319 Missouri 2nd 465.761,206.32
320 Ohio 9th 464.651,203.44
321 Connecticut 4th 460.731,193.29
322 Michigan 11th 419.261,085.88
323 New Jersey 12th 412.231,067.68
324 Michigan 12th 403.211,044.31
325 Georgia 7th 392.611,016.86
326 New York 17th 382.63991.01
327 Illinois 6th 378.78981.04
328 Texas 30th 356.27922.74
329 New Jersey 1st 350.02906.55
330 Maryland 2nd 348.88903.6
331 Colorado 7th 342.11886.07
332 Minnesota 4th 332.49861.15
333 California 45th 330.39855.71
334 Massachusetts 8th 326.37845.3
335 Kentucky 3rd 319.34827.09
336 California 41st 316.54819.84
337 Texas 2nd 308.75799.66
338 Maryland 3rd 304.14787.72
339 Indiana 7th 303.84786.95
340 Illinois 10th 299.78776.43
341 Georgia 6th 298.76773.79
342 Maryland 4th 297.81771.33
343 Arizona 5th 293.47760.09
344 Pennsylvania 18th 292.54757.68
345 California 33rd 288.58747.42
346 Illinois 11th 280.95727.66
347 Rhode Island 1st 268.49695.39
348 California 52nd 267691.53
349 Florida 14th 265.4687.39
350 Massachusetts 5th 265.08686.56
351 Georgia 5th 264.91686.12
352 Texas 24th 262.76680.55
353 Florida 21st 260.97675.91
354 California 14th 259.5672.11
355 Illinois 1st 258.38669.2
356 New York 3rd 254.92660.24
357 Ohio 11th 244.46633.15
358 Illinois 3rd 237.18614.3
359 Texas 18th 235.2609.17
360 Ohio 3rd 228590.52
361 Missouri 1st 225.36583.68
362 New York 26th 219.13567.55
363 California 28th 218.45565.79
364 California 31st 218.24565.24
365 California 47th 216.21559.98
366 New Jersey 6th 215.55558.28
367 Texas 33rd 211.94548.93
368 Pennsylvania 5th 211.74548.40
Guam at-large 210540
369 Hawaii 1st 209.22541.88
370 Florida 27th 208.84540.9
371 Illinois 8th 205.52532.3
372 Arizona 7th 205.12531.26
373 California 39th 204.4529.4
374 Texas 20th 199.68517.17
375 Colorado 1st 189.62491.12
376 Texas 29th 187.07484.51
377 Florida 13th 186.03481.82
378 Michigan 14th 185.73481.04
379 Texas 32nd 185.66480.86
380 Virginia 11th 185.09479.38
381 California 17th 184.85478.76
382 Michigan 13th 184.85478.76
383 Michigan 9th 183.59475.5
384 Washington 9th 183.43475.08
385 New York 2nd 182.01471.41
N. Mariana Islands at-large 179460
386 California 6th 175.04453.35
387 Florida 22nd 172.88447.76
388 Florida 23rd 169.1437.97
389 California 35th 168.88437.4
390 Texas 9th 165.64429.01
391 Arizona 9th 164.79426.81
392 Texas 7th 161.94419.43
393 Virginia 8th 149.24386.53
394 California 48th 145.47376.77
395 Washington 7th 144.13373.3
396 California 30th 135.94352.08
397 Minnesota 5th 135.66351.36
398 California 53rd 135.43350.76
US Virgin Islands at-large 133.7346
399 Wisconsin 4th 128.35332.43
400 California 32nd 124.23321.76
401 New York 4th 110.85287.1
402 Florida 24th 106.08274.75
403 Illinois 9th 91.85237.89
404 Nevada 1st 104.5270.66
405 California 38th 101.46262.78
406 California 13th 96.79250.69
407 Illinois 5th 95.71247.89
408 New Jersey 9th 95.34246.93
409 California 29th 92.03238.26
410 California 44th 79.36205.46
411 New York 16th 78.37202.98
American Samoa at-large 77200
412 New Jersey 10th 75.92196.63
413 California 43rd 72.03186.56
414 California 46th 71.72185.75
415 New York 11th 65.83170.5
416 Massachusetts 7th 62.67162.32
417 Pennsylvania 2nd 62.64162.25
418 Illinois 7th 62.52161.93
District of Columbia at-large 61.40159.03
419 California 40th 57.69149.42
420 California 37th 55.26143.12
421 New Jersey 8th 54.69141.65
422 Pennsylvania 3rd 52.78136.70
423 Illinois 4th 52.45135.85
424 New York 5th 51.88134.37
425 California 34th 47.66123.44
426 California 12th 38.97100.93
427 New York 6th 29.7877.13
428 New York 8th 29.6676.82
429 New York 14th 28.2973.27
430 New York 7th 16.1641.85
431 New York 9th 15.5440.25
432 New York 12th 14.7938.31
433 New York 15th 14.5437.66
434 New York 10th 14.2536.91
435 New York 13th 10.2526.55

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