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who or what is responsible for the way members of congress are elected? I am not quite sure I get what they are asking...

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  1. anonymous
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    My guess is that they are asking of who or what is the leader of Congress that is responsible of the way members are selected.

  2. anonymous
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    And that leader is the Speaker of house. He is the one that is responsible :D "The Speaker is both the presiding officer of the House of Representatives and the leader of the majority party. He is also second to the Vice-President in the line of succession to the Presidency. The Speaker plans and implements the legislative agenda of the House, has administrative control over much of the operations of the House, and controls appointments to special committees and delegations. He also refers legislation to committees, may place deadlines on committee action, and chairs the committee which appoints majority party members to their committee assignments."

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