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Washington (state) has 12 electoral votes.
There is an average of about 10 electoral votes per state. though there is a range of up to about fifty. There is a total of 538 electoral votes for the entire USA.
There are at least 3 electoral votes per state , this is determined by the fact that every state has two Senators and at least one Representative.
According to the US Electoral College Web site, Idaho has four electoral votes. Read more, below.
Votes in the Electoral College are determined by the population of each State, so, for example, California gets more than Maine. A presidential candidate needs to win at least… 270 Electoral votes to win the Presidency.
In the Electoral college, each state gets one electoral vote for each of their members of the House of Representatives including the senate. In total there are 538 votes for t…he entire United States. 270 are needed to become president.
55 votes today in 2010
Idaho will appoint four electors in 2012, 2016 and 2020. Its number of electors has been at four since after the 1910 census.
6, unchanged. The state's population increased by 122,639 or 4.3 percent to 2,967,297 in 2010.
10 votes each state
Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number ofrepresentative the state has in the U.S. House of R…epresentatives.The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, thetotal number of electoral votes is 538 - 100 (senators) + 435(representatives) +3 (for DC). . Based on the 2010 Census the electoral votes by state are:Alabama - 9, Alaska - 3, Arizona - 11, Arkansas - 6, California -55, Colorado -9, Connecticut - 7, Delaware - 3, District ofColumbia - 3, Florida - 29, Georgia - 16, Hawaii - 4, Idaho - 4,Illinois - 20, Indiana - 11, Iowa - 6, Kansas - 6, Kentucky - 8,Louisiana - 8, Maine - 4, Maryland - 10, Massachusetts - 11,Michigan - 16, Minnesota - 10, Mississippi - 6, Missouri - 10,Montana - 3, Nebraska - 5, Nevada - 6, New Hampshire 4 , New Jersey- 14, New Mexico - 5, New York - 29, North Carolina - 15, NorthDakota - 3, Ohio - 18, Oklahoma - 7, Oregon - 7, Pennsylvania - 20,Rhode Island - 4, South Carolina - 9, South Dakota - 3, Tennessee -11, Texas - 38, Utah - 6, Vermont - 3, Virginia - 13, Washington -12, West Virginia - 5, Wisconsin - 10, and Wyoming - 3.