Seven of the 435 seats in the U.S. House will shift from state to state based on U.S. Census data released April 26, and Texas will be one of the beneficiaries, going from 36 to 38 representatives in Washington.

The Texas population grew by more than 16% in the last ten years and the state now has 29.18 million residents, according to the newly released data. It is the only state in the nation adding two seats—the others adding one seat each are Colorado, Florida, Oregon, Montana, and North Carolina.

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