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Latest revision as of 13:48, 24 December 2013

Portal:Elections
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State legislatures
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A state assembly or state house of representatives is the lower deliberative body in states with a bicameral legislature. A state assembly normally has more members — usually two to three times as many members — as a state senate.

A state assembly person or state representative is a member of a state's Assembly or House. In 1963, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that state legislatures must apportion seats in both houses according to population.

Current rosters of state assemblies or houses


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Nebraska only has a state senate.

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State house websites

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