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A review of apportionment provisions in American state constitutions between 1776 and 1920 shows that population was heavily favored as the basis for apportionment and that voter-based apportionment bases were heavily disfavored during this period.
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States utilize a great variety of methods to select judges. Here, the judicial selection landscape is distilled into some notable patterns.