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Up until the ratification of the 13th Amendment slaves were counted as three-fifths of a person and 40% of the slaves were not counted at all for the purpose of apportionment and/or representation in the House of Representatives.

Believe it or not there are over 5 million residents of Florida that are not being counted for purpose of apportionment in the House of Representatives,

The equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment requires that every person in every state has a right to be equally represented, While the residents of Wyoming have a one Congressman representing the state's population of 575,000 the size of the average district in Florida is 775,000.

In other words there are 200,000 people in 28 Congressional Districts that are not being counted.  A grand total of 5,600,000 Floridians are being disenfranchised .If the residents of Wyoming and Florida were equally represented, Florida would have 9 more representatives and 9 more electoral votes.

In 1860 Florida had a population of 144,400 with a total of 63,536 slaves of which 38,121 of the slaves that were counted. In other words 25,415 slaves were not counted in 1860 and over 5,600,000 Floridians of every race color and creed are not be counted today The smallest Congressional District is in Wyoming and if every district in the other states were equally apportion as required by the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment Florida would gain 9 Congressional Districts and 9 more electoral votes

The  Governor has the Constitutional authority call for writs of election to fill the 9 vacant seats,

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