Texas's At-large Congressional Seat

Texas's At-large Congressional Seat

Texas has had at-large congressional seats at various times in its history. It was often the case when the state received new congressional seats as a result of reapportionment that instead of immediately redistricting the state's congressional districts, a new at-large seat would be elected by all the voters of the state.

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