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Electoral College (United States)


The United States Electoral College is the institution that elects the President and Vice President of the United States every four years. Citizens of the United ...



Track the election with a red/blue map of the US updated daily using the latest state polls.

2016 Presidential Election Interactive Map


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 ...

U. S. Electoral College, Official - What is the Electoral College?


The official U.S. Electoral College web site, providing current information about the presidential election, information about the roles and responsibilities of state  ...

RCP Electoral Map - RealClearPolitics


270 Electoral Votes Needed To Win (Create Your Own Map) ... Date, State, Previous Status, New Status, RCP Electoral Count, RCP National Avg.

List of State Electoral Votes - Alphabetical List Of 50 States - 1Keydata


Lists the electoral votes for each of the 50 US states. Each state gets assigned electroal votes based on its population.

Yes, Donald Trump Has a Path to 270 Electoral Votes | The Weekly ...


Sep 1, 2016 ... Alberta asserts that the Democrats "entered 2016 with a decided advantage" in the race to get to 270 electoral votes and asks whether Trump ...

Road to 270: CNN's latest electoral college map - CNN.com


Aug 25, 2016 ... CNN has updated its ratings of battleground states. Donald Trump will have to win every tossup state and at least one state rated as leaning ...

2016 Election Forecast | FiveThirtyEight


A candidate needs at least 270 electoral votes to clinch the White House. Here's where the race stands, with the states ordered by the projected margin between ...

Clinton tops 270 electoral votes in NBC map | TheHill


Aug 15, 2016 ... Clinton, the Democratic nominee, has 288 electoral votes in the network's map, which estimates that Republican nominee Donald Trump ...

Electoral College
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.