U.S. HOUSE OF
The U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate make up the two chambers of Congress. The House has 435 members, the number representing each state is determined by population. The primary role of the House of Representatives is to pass legislation alongside the Senate. Moreover, the House has the power to initiate all revenue bills as well as bills of impeachment of federal officers. The House also has the power to elect the President of the United States in the event that no candidate receives an electoral college majority.