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The electors in each state are elected in the presidential election and swear in advance to vote for the presidential candidate who wins the election in their state.

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The members of the electoral college who are from Texas are elected by the registered voters of Texas, just as every other member of the electoral college is elected by the registered voters of his/her state. The public has never elected a U. S. President. When you think you are voting for president, you are actually voting for the people who will elect the president.


Texas casts its electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College on a winner-take-all basis. The winner of the presidential election on Election Day in Texas gets all of Texas' electoral votes.


Texas casts its electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College on a winner-take-all basis. The winner of the presidential election on Election Day in Texas gets all of Texas' electoral votes.



Texas casts its electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College on a winner-take-all basis. The winner of the presidential election on Election Day in Texas gets all of Texas' electoral votes.


Texas cast its 38 electoral votes for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.


Texas had 32 electoral college vote in both the 1992 and 1996 presidential elections.


McCain will receive all 34 Electoral College Votes. Texas is a winner take all State.


32 or as many as the total texas congressional delegation in congress


Texas has have over the past decade 32 members of the US House of Representatives and, of course, two US Senators; hence, Texas has had 34 electoral college votes.


Texas has 38 electoral votes based on its population. It is a winner take all state, so the majority wins all of the votes.


I don't know about getting a "landslide" popular vote and losing in the Electoral College, but candidates have won the popular vote then lost the electoral college. In 2000, George W Bush had 540,000 fewer votes than Al Gore, but won the Electoral College majority. When a candidate wins the popular vote of a state, all the electoral votes of that state go to that candidate. The more populous states have more electoral votes, but the count is not dependent upon the number of voters who show up at the polls. So the number of actual voters per Electoral College delegate can vary considerably depending upon the voter turnout of each state. To try to illustrate this, California could have only 3 voters show up with 2 voting for Hillary. All 55 Electoral College votes would go to Hillary. Texas (38), Arizona (11) and Idaho (4) could also each have 3 voters (2 Trump vs 1 Hillary) with a total of 6 going to Trump and 3 to Hillary. Between the 4 states, the popular vote would be 7 for Trump and 5 for Hillary, but the electoral vote be 55 for Hillary and vs 53 for Trump.



Senators+Representatives=Electors, so; 2+32=34


The number of electoral votes for each state is equal to the sum of its number of Senators and its number of Representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. Based on the 2010 Census, there are 36 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas. Therefore, Texas had 38 electoral votes in the 2012 election.


Florida has 27, New York has 31, California has 55, Illinois has 21 and Texas has 34. That is a total of 168 Electoral College votes.


1988: George H. W. Bush wins 29 electoral votes from Texas.1992: George H. W. Bush wins 32 electoral votes from Texas.2000: George W. Bush wins 32 electoral votes from Texas.2004: George W. Bush wins 34 electoral votes from Texas.


The most electoral votes that William Jennings Bryan won from one state in one election was 18 votes from Texas in 1908.



That would be Texas with 34. California is first and New York is third


Texas cast its 38 electoral votes for Donald Trump in the 2016 election.


Texas had 34 electoral votes in 2008. These went to John McCain, Republican.Since there was no new census until 2010 (the preceding one was in 2000), Texas had the same number of electoral votes in 2008 as it did in 2004. Texas is to increase to 38 electoral votes in 2012.


As of 2016, Texas has 38


they all have more than 1 vote and the all are important in the electoral college


This might help:in 2008 there were 12,752,417 registered voters in Texas.



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