State election officials are gearing up for next year’s once-in-a-decade reapportionment of Vermont House and Senate districts. The information they collect now could change the makeup of the Vermont Legislature.
""It all comes down to numbers," he said. "It's kind of like a balloon. You push down here, it's going to come out somewhere else." Since the last census, Condos said, each state representative in a single-member district should serve about 4,300 residents and each senator should serve about 20,300 residents."
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