Unformatted text preview: voice heard every time you cast your “own” vote. Also said, “a vote is worth more in one district than in another would not only run counter to our fundamental ideas of democratic government, it would cast aside the principle of a House of Representatives elected 'by the People” Holding: Ruling was 6 to 3. The Court held that Georgia's apportionment scheme discriminated against voters in the Fifth Congressional District. Only one congressman has to stand for two to three times as many people that were represented by congressmen in many other districts....
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- Fall '10
- United States Congress, United States House of Representatives, Fifth Congressional District, states congressional districts, Randy DeJesus Katie