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Depends on the house you want. The Senate has 1/3 of the seats available. While the House of Reps. has all 437 seats up.

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it can hold at least 500

468 or 469

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Q: How many congress seats are up for reelection every two years?

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Seats in Congress are based on the results of the US Census, which occurs every ten years. That means that the population is represented if it has grown, or if a different area has become more populous and so on.

Representative seats are contested every two years. The Presidency is contested every four years. Senate seats are contested every six years, staggered out every two years (so 33 senators, then 33 two years later, then the last 34, then repeat)

Seats in the Senate are reappointed every four years. Seats in the House of Representatives are reappointed every two years.

Largely to determine population amounts by state, and population shifts. This can lead to adjustment in a states allotted number of House seats in Congress, among other things

false it changes every 2 years

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How does congress reapportion house seats among the states every ten years?

How does congress reapportion house seats among the states every ten years?

All of them. An entire voting membership of 435 Representatives is elected every two years.

Seats in Congress are based on the results of the US Census, which occurs every ten years. That means that the population is represented if it has grown, or if a different area has become more populous and so on.

Every 10 years.

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"Members of congress are re-elected every two years." He was re-elected for about the 15th time in 2008.

Representative seats are contested every two years. The Presidency is contested every four years. Senate seats are contested every six years, staggered out every two years (so 33 senators, then 33 two years later, then the last 34, then repeat)

every two years

The Constitution provides for a census every 10 years because this is how the seats for the House of Representative is determined. States with a smaller population, have fewer seats.

The newly-elected Congress takes office on January 3 (every 2 years), as one of their duties is to certify the results of any concurrent Presidential election (every 4 years). All House of Representative seats are up for election every 2 years, along with about a third of the Senate seats (staggered 6-year terms).

House seats are up for election every other year.