Huge ‘Mistake’ in 2020 Census That Cost Republicans 3 Electoral Votes For Next 10 Years | Facts Matter

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Five months ago, the U.S. Census Bureau admitted that during the most recent census, they miscounted the populations in 14 different states.

Notably, they under-counted the populations in six states—Texas, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Illinois—while simultaneously overcounting the populations in eight states—Hawaii, Delaware, Rhode Island, Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Utah.

When digging into the specifics of their mistake, they have massive implications not only for this year’s election, not only for the makeup of Congress, not only for the next presidential race—but for our entire electoral system for the next 10 years.

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