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How many electoral votes does Maryland have?

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2017-04-12 17:19:27
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10 electoral votes - 1 for each district and 1 for each Senator

Maryland has ten electoral votes, but unfortunately little say in which candidate receives them. In 2007 the state of Maryland became the first state in the union to 'drop out' of the electoral college. All ten votes go to the candidate receiving the most popular vote in the union.

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