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Bytr: I came to the site because I was looking for one individual in each state to represent the state where residing in a spreadsheet collection of data. it's very simple but it seems like it'll probably take me weeks to find 50 people who can just step forward.

well I'm still looking so if you're signed up already with any of these groups or if you're just a tiny bit interested in a politics or liberalism or government or anything like that PM me asap

https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:23c29c72-c57c-3cb5-bcf3-a075bec7d640 (new with return info)
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Bytr: Definitely will check back next weekend 4/16 to see what I have.

Disappointed by Thursdays vote to confirm the new Supreme Court candidate. Unfortunately left to their own devices all the Democrats voted one way and all the Republicans voted the other way.

Wish that would come to the end and that there would be more of a majority and more of a mixture to show actual consideration.
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Bytr: When it comes to their net wealth or the length of time they have served or their age, what facts about a person may or may not contribute to whether or not they are reliable?

Issues that will be breached include things like
•Which sixth youngest senator was elected at age 29 and was senator at age 78?
•Which current Senator is age 88?

Some states have more than 50 Representatives so I can understand how those states LR probably won't be as interested in even trying but maybe this can help: My state only has three Representatives so assigning five maximum representatives to each LR-CA is the max.
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Bytr: Some states can be considered most benefited by the LR concept.
Only Eleven states have 12 or more Districts. CA, FL, GA, IL, MI, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, TX

This makes having LRs in those states more beneficial and necessitates multiple LRs to cover up to 5 Districts.

And Thirteen states have 7-11 Districts.
AL, AZ, CO, IN, MD, MA, MI, MO, SC, TN, VA, WA, WI

All the others, more than half, have only 6 or less Districts, making their elections easy.

Making my life easier. Leave a post here if interested in area. Or PM State of interest with it's population per District and email where to send. I will get back to you.
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Bytr: The spreadsheet data collection of data is intended to be publicly useful for annual primary elections by studying current Senator and Representatives to compare against candidates.

it's very simple but it seems like it'll probably take weeks to find 100 people to step forward.
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