It depends on the state's population
The same number as it has electors in the Electoral College
Opportunities for credit claiming by members of Congress.
United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Department of Justice.
President pro tempore.
Members of the House
The Speaker of the House
Members of the House or Senators
During evening social functions.
In the Rules Committee.
On the floor of the House and Senate.
In congressional districts.
In committees and subcommittees.
A joint committee is appointed to resolve differences.
The House bill is changed to conform with the Senate bill.
The president may select which bill to enact into law.
The Senate bill is changed to conform with the House bill.
A conference committee is appointed to resolve differences.
Presiding over the House when it is in session.
Appointing the party's legislative leaders.
Assigning most bills to committees.
Recommending which members should be expelled from the House for failure to support the party's positions on bills.
Making committee assignments.
Chair of the Rules committee.
President of the United States.
Vice president of the United States, who serves as president of the Senate.
PAC expenditures are limited to $5,000 per candidate.
Most PAC money is given to incumbents.
PACs seek access to policymakers.
All of the above
None of the above
Still a good predictor of voting behavior.
Greater among Democrats than among Republicans.
No longer a good indication of voting behavior.
Almost nonexistent today.
Stronger than it was a generation ago.
The office of the Speaker of the House changes hands.
The Senate reapportions its membership.
The membership of the House is reapportioned.
The size of Congress increases.
All of the above
In the Senate, seniority is important in determining power.
The Senate is more influential on the budget.
The Senate is smaller in number, and less powerful and less prestigious.
The Senate is more influential in foreign matters.
The Senate is more centralized and is characterized by stronger leadership.
Either the House or the Senate.
Both the House and the Senate.
Places over 90 percent of them in the millionaire businessperson class.
Would, for the most part, make them members of the elite in American society.
Have no real impact on public policymaking.
Are very close to the average found among their constituency.
Typically reflect the pluralistic nature of American society.
Representing issues affecting the poor when the representative is extremely wealthy.
Representing the interest of groups.
When members of Congress have not lived in their home district very long.
When members of Congress serve on committees.
Representing constituents by mirroring their personal, politically relevant characteristics.