A “Representative” is someone you hire to advocate for your interest, a “Representation” is a smaller version of the original. The Constitution of the United States requires that each State form an exact representation of their State’s population, “The People of the State in their Collective Capacity”, assembled as “The Most Numerous Legislative Branch” of the State’s Legislature by the republican principle; per capita apportionment of representation based upon and enumeration, a census, which determines the proportion of the population which resides in each district of the State, the counties, as a proportion of the aggregate population of the State. This process and qualified electorate to form an exact representation of the population of the State as the most numerous legislative branch is then formalized in the State’s own constitution to render it unalterable by any means, not by state or federal statute, and not by federal constitutional amendment, and is only amendable by a State constitutional amendment to change the process and qualified electorate to form the State’s own Most Numerous Legislative Branch. The States federal representative delegation to the federal Most Numerous Legislative Branch must then use that same process and qualified electorate using the federal proportionality constant of 1 representative for every 30,000 inhabitants of each State.
What I have stated in the above paragraph is a worded problem to assemble Federal the House of Representatives which is established in Article 1 Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States to determine the whole number of representatives each State is entitled in the congress of the united States. But, as I know that worded problems are very difficult for most people, I realize it’s important to unravel the ambiguous nature of this problem to show that this is a requirement and is not interpretable, as we have improperly and unconstitutionally done today to deprive the States of their representation and suffrage in the congress and to consolidate the States representation and suffrage to determine composition and control of the federal legislature based upon party affiliation by competitive partisan elections.
[Article. IV. Section. 4.
The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.]
This Section of the Constitution of the United States established the requirement which specifies and makes the assembly of our government unalterable by any means. The guarantee of a Republican Form of Government specifies a specific Federal Government System which can only be a Confederated Republic, but it allows the States themselves the ability to choose, based upon their size, population, and demographic disparity, between a simple or a Confederated Republic, however, the requirement for the assembly of the Most Numerous Legislative Branch as an exact representation of the population, “The People in their Collective Capacity”, is the same for both. A simple republic is a single district with little or no demographic disparity assembled as a unicameral legislature, a Confederated Republic is the assembly of several districts which are simple or Confederated Republics themselves and must be assembled in a bicameral legislature, where each District is assembled in a Most Numerous Legislative Branch by the republican principle, and each District is also assembled in an equal branch with equal suffrage, a discrete democracy, for concurrence. The popular branch works similar to the quorum of a Confederated, Discrete Democracy, assembly in a unicameral legislature, to identify and rank choices to form a ballot of top choices for the equal branch to consider and determine the choice by vote, 1 vote per district, and a majority of all the districts is necessary to the choice.
This forms an iterative legislative process where the largest districts, States, determine the scope and cost of all decisions and choices, then the smaller more numerous districts, States, have the power of concurrence on those choices. Today with 50 States, the 9 largest States can form a majority by their proportion of the suffrage in the House to pass any measure, but when those measures are transmitted to the Senate, there are 41 States to reject those measures as passed by the House and return those measures to the House for reconsideration along with amendments to advise those 9 States in the House of what would receive the concurrence of the 41 small states in the Senate. This iterative process continues until the measure receives the concurrence of a majority of the People in the House and a majority of the States in the Senate. This created legislative checks and balances where every measure must have the concurrence of the People in their Collective Capacity and the States in their Collective Capacity.
To calculate the whole number of representatives and suffrage each State is entitled in the Congress we need an enumeration, a census, to calculate the percentage of the population which resides in each State, we need a proportionality constant to convert that percentage into a whole number of representative, and we need boundary conditions to address the fractional representatives calculated when we divide the number of inhabitants of each State by the proportionality constant. This also serves as the check to determine if we have used a statistically relevant proportionality constant as the percentage of the aggregate whole number of inhabitants which resides in each State must equal the percentage of the aggregate whole number of representatives we calculate for each State.
The federal proportionality constant is 1 representative for every 30,000 persons who reside in each State, the first boundary condition is not to exceed the proportionality constant which requires that we truncate the fractional calculated representative as rounding up to the next whole representative will exceed the proportionality constant, the second boundary condition addresses the condition that a State has a population less than the proportionality constant which will only calculate a fractional representative which would be truncated by the first boundary condition leaving that State with zero representatives, therefore in that specific case that State is entitled to 1 representative. As a constant, no other number can be used to calculate the whole number of representatives each State, district, is entitled in the Most Numerous Legislative Branch, which precludes any statutes which have set the number of representatives to 435, it is each State’s right to maximize their representation to the whole number of representatives which does not exceed 1 representative for every 30,000 which resides in their own State.
By this calculation established by Article 1 Section 2 Clause 3, the current whole number of representatives in the federal legislature’s Most Numerous Legislative Branch is 11,021 representatives, the whole number which does not exceed 1 representative for every 30,000 persons which resides in each State. This may seem like a problem because of the number of representatives, but remember, only the States are the members of Congress, not their representatives which only form each States representative delegation, and a quorum is a majority of the members, the States, not the representatives, meaning a quorum may be formed in the House of Representatives with 26 States with at least 1 representative present. The majority consensus is similarly formed where each State has 1 proportional vote to reach a majority consensus regardless of how many of their representatives are present.
The process and qualified electorate to choose the representatives to form each State’s representative delegation must be the same as the process and qualified electorate which forms each State’s own Most Numerous Legislative Branch, a process and qualified electorate which must be established in each State’s own constitution rendering that process and qualified electorate unalterable by any means, not by congressional statute, State or Federal, and not by Federal Constitutional Amendment, it can only be changed by amending the State’s own constitution for the process and qualified electorate which forms the Most Numerous Legislative Branch which always has the requirement that it must form an exact demographic representation of the population of the State, and the only control is the State’s proportionality constant, which must be set at a number which apportions a whole number of representatives for each county equal to the proportion of the State’s aggregate population which resides within each county of the State.
What we must always remember is that “to constitute” means to form or assemble which means that a constitution is not more and no less than the blueprints and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to assemble and operate a legislative assembly in a congress governed by legislative processes to reach a majority consensus of those members assembled in a congress. Therefore, the principles by which congress are assembled are the supreme laws of the land, the laws that are formed by that legislative assembly are then by a consensus choice agreement which governs how the members of the assembly reach a majority consensus for consent to those measures.