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{{tnr}}'''Four state lower houses''' hold general elections for state representatives in [[State legislative elections, 2011|November, 2011]].  This is in addition to the [[State senate elections, 2011|4 state senates]] that hold general elections in November.  
 
{{tnr}}'''Four state lower houses''' hold general elections for state representatives in [[State legislative elections, 2011|November, 2011]].  This is in addition to the [[State senate elections, 2011|4 state senates]] that hold general elections in November.  
  
There are 49 state houses (Nebraska doesn't have one).  The 4 state houses that are holding a general election for state representatives in November 2011 are [[Louisiana]], [[Mississippi]], [[New Jersey]] and [[Virginia]].
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There are 49 state houses ([[Nebraska State Senate|Nebraska]] doesn't have one).  The 4 state houses that are holding a general election for state representatives in November 2011 are [[Louisiana House of Representatives|Louisiana]], [[Mississippi House of Representatives|Mississippi]], [[New Jersey General Assembly|New Jersey]] and [[Virginia House of Delegates|Virginia]].
  
 
:: ''See also: [[State legislative elections, 2011]] and [[State senate elections, 2011]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[State legislative elections, 2011]] and [[State senate elections, 2011]]''
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==By the numbers==
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| align="left" | Number of seats in all 50 houses:
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| align="center" | 5,413
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| align="left" | Number of seats in the 4 houses with November 2011 elections:
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| align="center" | 407
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| align="left" | '''Number of seats up for election in the 4 houses with November 2011 elections:'''
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| align="center" | '''407'''
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| align="left" | % of total (all 50 states) houses seats up for election in 2011:
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| align="center" | 7.5%
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| align="left" | Number of houses with a November 2011 election with a current Democratic majority:
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| align="center" | 2
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| align="left" | Number of houses with a November 2011 election with a current Republican majority:
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| align="center" | 2
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Revision as of 09:35, 26 May 2011

Four state lower houses hold general elections for state representatives in November, 2011. This is in addition to the 4 state senates that hold general elections in November.

There are 49 state houses (Nebraska doesn't have one). The 4 state houses that are holding a general election for state representatives in November 2011 are Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey and Virginia.

See also: State legislative elections, 2011 and State senate elections, 2011

By the numbers

Number of seats in all 50 houses: 5,413
Number of seats in the 4 houses with November 2011 elections: 407
Number of seats up for election in the 4 houses with November 2011 elections: 407
 % of total (all 50 states) houses seats up for election in 2011: 7.5%
Number of houses with a November 2011 election with a current Democratic majority: 2
Number of houses with a November 2011 election with a current Republican majority: 2

See also

References