Chapter 8 first synthesizes the major findings presented in the book. We take the bulk of this chapter to further reflect on the congressional website as distinct representational space, and we explore the boundaries of this argument by considering the implications of virtual representational space for the theory and practice of representation. We conclude that congressional websites are indeed distinct representational space and juxtapose the websites’ polished, corporate-style veneer with unprecedented levels of distrust in Congress as an institution. Finally, we suggest that Members can improve the accessibility of their websites by embracing the Internet’s potential to foster dynamic communication and civic dialogue.