The number of electors each state has is equal to the number of representatives it has in Congress — both the Senate and the House of Representatives combined. The least possible number of electors from any given state i... More »

The number of state electors to the Electoral College is determined by the number of senators and representatives each state is entitled to in Congress, according to the National Constitution Center. The electoral system... More »

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The electors given to each state is determined by the number of elected officials in the United States Congress. These electors form the Electoral College and help elect the U.S. president and vice president. More »

In the United States as of 2014, candidates for Congress must be 25 years old to run for a seat in the House of Representatives and 30 years old to run for a seat in the Senate. Other countries have other age minimums fo... More »

The 2014 mid-term elections resulted in the Republican Party maintaining control of the House of Representatives and gaining control of the Senate from the Democratic Party. After the election, the Republican Party held ... More »

The number of representatives that a state sends to the U.S. House of Representatives depends on the size of the state's population. The total number of representatives remains fixed at 435, and states get more or fewer ... More »

The number of representatives from each state in the House of Representatives varies based upon the state's population, with a total of 435 members, as of 2015. The U.S. Constitution sets the number of senators from each... More »