As should be obvious to everyone by now, small population states (mainly Republcan) have a large per capita advantage in representation over large population states (mainly Democratic). For instance, in both Congress (including Senators and House members) and the Electoral College: Wyoming has one representative for every 174,277 people. California has one representative for every 664,604 people. That's approximately 4X the representation per capita. See Chart In addition, small population states generally receive more federal funding per capita (as seen here: US Census Funding data ), and contribute less tax revenue than large population states, per capita (As seen here). This would be a good example of unfair taxation without adequate representation. I say large population states should sue the federal government for all the money small population states have been stealing from us via the Federal Government over the last few decades. Who's with me?