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Yes, representatives represent districts, not the population as a whole. But the fact that a majority of voters voted for a Democratic representative for their district, yet the House as a whole has a solid majority of Republicans, indicates that the districts are highly gerrymandered rather than being apportioned in a way that reasonably reflects the population. And if you look at the maps of district boundaries, you find that yes, they are highly gerrymandered.

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