A single-member district is a constituency, or electoral district, with just a single elected representative. In other words, only one person, such as a congressman, represents the...
A single-member district or single-member constituency is an electoral district
that returns one officeholder to a body with multiple members such as a
The single member plurality election is the most common and best-known
electoral system currently in use in America. It is used to elect the U.S. House ...
At the April 28 City Council meeting, Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell and members
of the Austin City Council directed the city manager to come up with a proposal for single
There's also a separate plan before the Texas Legislature that would have an impa... More »
They did consider representation by single- member districts. James Madison
wrote in Federalist Paper Number 56, "divide the largest state into ten or twelve ...
Single-member district plurality voting (SMDP) is the system most commonly
used for legislative elections in the United States. It is the one most people think
an electoral district or constituency having a single representative in a legislative
body rather than two or more — compare list system, proportional ...
The debate about the advantages and disadvantages of single-member and
multimember districts overlaps, to a large extent, with the debate over plurality or
multi-member electoral district. single member electoral district. Also, if you have
any other information about the effectiveness, pros and cons of electoral ...