With many congressional retirements already announced and more incumbents likely to be unseated this fall, get ready to scratch several dozen new names onto the list of individuals to have served as U.S. Representatives next January. More than 10,700 individuals have served as representatives since 1789, with two states tallying more than 1,000: New York (1,439 representatives) and Pennsylvania (1,026). Ohio is the only other state to eclipse the 500 mark (with 650) with Illinois coming in at #4 (463) and Massachusetts at #5 (415). Twenty states have yet to reach 100, including three which achieved statehood in the 1700s: Delaware (62), Rhode Island (73), and Vermont (96). Virginia has had the most U.S. House members from the South at 413 with California leading in the West at 348. The average length of service for the 10,700+ representatives has been 3.4 terms.