Archive for March 19th, 2009

by jhwygirl

While the State of Montana ranks just 41 in political clout, its congressional representation fairs fares much better.

On a clout-per-member basis, Montana ranks 6.

Capitol Hill publication Roll Call just dished out its biennial rankings, which are based on a number of things including size of delegation, positions on committees and the importance of those committees, seniority, spread of members in the majority party, and per-capita federal dollars put into the state.

Funny. We’d probably gain to 40 in the state ranking if we ditched Denny and elected a Democrat. Notice how Minnesota will drop a slot if it ends up that Norm Coleman (somehow) comes out on top.

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