People in Districts Represented in Congress Are Called?

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The people in the districts represented in Congress are called constituents. These are the people in a certain area who vote in the congressman and congresswomen. It can refer to a single person or a group.
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Constituents, the electorate, etc. Constituents is the common term.
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Constituents. The only fools here are ones that do not vote. Don't vote? No voice. ie Shut Up!
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Members of Congress, senators and representatives, usually leave office before the end of their terms for one of five reasons: death, resignation, retirement, expulsion, and election
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