Of all the non-white-male Senators and Representatives who have ever been elected to our Congress (all the women, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Hispanic/Latinos), one third of them are serving right now; and yet, non-whites are still underrepresented by 100% and women are still under-represented by over 150%! White males still hold 67% of the seats in Congress, which means they remain over-represented by more than 100%! So, while progress has certainly be made in the last 100 years, it remains the case that enormous inequality continues to exist.
Gerrymandering is a state government activity that violates the principle of local, fair representation, and only outside (Federal) involvement can stop it.
What is the point of the Electoral College? Does it allow for morel equal, localized representation for everyone?