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congressional district
one of a fixed number of districts into which a state is divided, each district electing one member to the national House of Representatives.
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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.


Congressional district definition, one of a fixed number of districts into which a state is divided, each district electing one member to the national House of Representatives. See more.


Define congressional district: a territorial division of a state from which a member of the U.S. House of Representatives is elected.


Define congressional district. congressional district synonyms, congressional district pronunciation, congressional district translation, English dictionary definition of congressional district. n an electoral division of a state, entitled to send one member to the US House of Representatives n. a division of a U.S. state, electing ...


Mar 10, 2017 ... The Census Bureau entered this information into its geographic database and produced tabulation block equivalency files that depicted the newly defined congressional district boundaries. Each state liaison was furnished with their file and requested to review, submit corrections, and certify the accuracy of ...


Congressional district definition: any of the districts into which a state is divided for electing congressmen: each district elects a member of the House of Representatives...


Look up United States congressional districts by state or zip code and find your representative. Data from the U.S. Census.


Find your U.S. Congress senators and representative in Virginia's 10th Congressional District (VA10) using a map.


Sep 22, 2016 ... In Maine, which has two senators, two congressmen and so four electoral votes, the statewide winner automatically gets two votes. And then the winner of each of the two congressional districts gets one electoral vote, respectively. In Nebraska, there are three congressional districts, meaning two votes go to ...