As a geek with equal amounts of love for mathematics and American history, it was only a matter of time before I stumbled upon the Congressional Apportionment Amendment. To briefly summarize the CAA such that those with more of a life than I can have some understanding, it was an amendment proposed by James Madison that would define the number of seats in the House of Representatives by a certain formula.
Following this formula using 2020 Census data yields 1,723 seats in the House.
The purpose of this thread is not to ruminate on how the passage of this amendment would turn the nation on her head, how the Senate's power would balloon, and the utter havoc this massive paradigm shift would wreak on American history.
Rather, this is my interpretation on a "wow it's the House but big" scenario, but using an objective, historically plausible (only one state away from ratification!) method to determine the size of the House. I've already crunched all the numbers, so this thread will be solely devoted towards Dave's Redistricting maps made with these parameters
This is technically collaborative - while I plan to make plenty of these maps myself, I heartily welcome the prospect of outside contributions. If you wish to map out a state, simply let me know and I'll provide you with whatever resources and assistance you may require.
Also, if this is the wrong place for such a thread, please do correct me.