# How do they determine the number of electors for each state?

The number electors is the number of senators and representatives that particular state may have

### What is the formula for how the member of electors is determined for each state?

The number of presidential electors is equal to the number of Representatives and Senators each state has. Thus the minimum number of electors from each state is three: two for each Senator and one for each Representative. Although the number of electors is equal to the number of members of Congress, no member of Congress may be an elector.

### How do you determine the number of electors a state has?

The US Constitution establishes the number of electors each state has as the sum of its representatives in the Senate and the House of Representatives. Each state is allowed two senators. The Apportionment Act of 1911 limits the number of voting members of the House at 435. After each decennial census, the distribution of those 435 seats are distributed proportionally to the states, by population. The District of Columbia is granted (after the 23rd Amendment)…

### What is used to determine the number of electoral votes for each U.S. state?

Electoral votes in the Electoral College determine the President of the United States. Every state and DC are awarded a certain number of electoral votes with which to elect the President. Each state has electoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative the state has in the House of Representatives. The states choose as many electors as it has electoral votes…

### What are college votes?

* Electoral College votes are the votes of the Electors in each state. when we vote, it's called the Popular Vote. You can find the amount of electors your state has by this: Each state has 2 senators+ the number of representatives your state has= the amount of state electors you have. The electors cast the final votes for the election.