The Electoral College chooses the president and vice president of the United States. Each state has a number of electors equal to the total number of the state's Senators and Representatives. States vary in how their electoral votes are assigned following the general election. To win the presidency, a candidate must have a majority in the electoral college.
The United States Electoral College is the mechanism established by the United
States Constitution for the indirect election of the President of the United States
and Vice President of the United St...
Lists the electoral votes for each of the 50 US states for the 2016 Presidential
Election. Each state gets assigned electroal votes based on its population.
Electoral votes are allocated among the states based on the Census. Every state
is allocated a number of votes equal to the number of senators and ...
In each state, whichever party garners a majority of popular votes, regardless of
how narrow the margin, wins all the electoral votes. By forcing residents in each ...
Choose a state to learn more about how its citizen tend to vote in presidential
elections. Includes trends and polls for the 2016 election, as well as a voting ...
Interactive map for do-it-yourself projections of the electoral college results in the
presidential election. Includes results of prior elections and each state's voting ...
Nov 8, 2016 ... Instead, they will vote to elect specific people, known as “electors” to the college.
Each state gets a certain number of electoral votes based on ...
The apportionment of electoral votes is based on the congressional
representation for each state, meaning that each congressional seat equals an
electoral vote ...
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