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deskpro2k3 said:
Nine. Million. More.

That is all. I can't elaborate that any clearer. Sorry, not sorry if anybody don't understand.

Can you elaborate on this point? The Senate vote is a popular vote in each state and states have varying populations. The Senate election is at the state level, not congressional district level, so gerrymandering wouldn't be a factor here. 

Are you saying since Democrat candidates received collectively more popular votes in the aggregate they should control all 100 Senate seats? Should New Yorkers be able to vote in the Texas Senate race? I am not understanding your point on "9 million more" so can you explain further? How should the Senate election system be if you don't like the current one?