House of Representatives
The House of Representatives is a reflection of the population / districts of each State in the US.
435 voting members.
6 non-voting members.
2 year terms.
No term limits.
Paid $174,000 per year plus a lifetime pension.
Outside pay is limited to 15% of salary.
Over 40% are millionaires.
25% have an average net worth over $3M.
Over 50 have an average net worth between $10M and $190M.
We explore the voting record of the House of Representatives of Congress to evaluate the impact of their activity. Why? Because RESULTS MATTER.
The average length of service is over 4 terms. That gives 8 years to get things done.
In the 116th Congress, the Representatives have an average age of about 58 years old. The youngest is 31 (first 2 year term) and the oldest is 87 years old serving since 1973 with 48 years of service and running for reelection!. What has he accomplished in almost half a century?
House or Representative Members:
14 have served over 30 years.
54 have served over 20 years.
106 have served 10 to 20 years (5 to 10 terms).
70 have served 8 years (4 terms).
45 have served 6 years (3 terms).
52 have served 4 years (2 terms).
108 have served 2 years (1 term).
Their job is to work for us, the American people.
How have they been doing?