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At Large representation with Ranked Choice Voting - Eliminate Geographic boundaries for Congress

The Constitution does not require congressional districts to be specific geographic areas. A number of States in the First Congress had At-Large members. Combining At-Large representation with ranked choice voting would allow people to vote for the person best to represent their interests without being forced to choose someone based on where they live.

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