Ken Martin

2. Do you agree or disagree that voters regularly vote out Representatives who they believe do not represent their district? Why?
I think recently has the House seen a turnover rate that reflects the public mood and or want of change. Prior it was a place where, if elected, you went to live a comfortable life based upon name recognition and standard themes of… we like our person in the White or, hate yours. Districts are set up to get that party’s candidate re-elected over and over and not so much the actual



3. Is it fair that each state gets 2 Senators regardless of the state鈥檚 population? Why or why not?
It is completely fair that each state gets two senators. It levels the playing field and puts states on equal levels in the senate as far as influence, relevance and most importantly, representation.

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