House lawmakers in California represent just over 475,000 constituents each, more than counterparts in any other state. And in California and Texas, state senators represent more constituents than does any member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Members of the New Hampshire and Vermont Houses represent the fewest constituents of any state. The average number of constituents per district in Vermont is 4,173, while in New Hampshire it is just 3,302. A change to the size of Pennsylvania’s legislature would mean each House member there would represent 83,000 people, up from 62,500, according to The Patriot News.
How does your state stack up?