As of 2014, the number of electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College is 538. Candidates elected president must win a majority, or at least 270 votes....
The number of electors in each state is equal to the number of members of ..... for
president and vice president, their pledged electors, and the total votes each ...
The total number of total electoral votes does not vary from year to year because
the number of members of the House of Representatives and the Senate does ...
Today a President must win 270 electoral votes, a majority, to become President.
... The College currently consists of 538 electors -- based on the total number of ...
What happens if no candidate wins a majority of the electoral votes? ... a number
of votes in the Electoral College equal to its total representation in both Houses ...
Today, there are a total of 538 electoral votes in the Electoral College. .... a
Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives
Overall there are a total of 538 electors and so 538 electoral votes. Each state
gets one electoral vote for each member of the House of.
How many Electoral Votes does each state have? ... Instead of just tallying the
total number of votes cast across the nation in presidential elections, votes are ...
In all, there are 538 electoral votes and the number given to each state reflects
the sum of the representatives and senators it sends to Congress. It takes 270 or
It is these electors, chosen by the people, who elect the chief executive. The
Constitution assigns each state a number of electors equal to the combined total