What are Utah's electoral votes?

Utah had 3 electoral votes when it first became a state in 1896. Both the population and electoral votes have steadily grown. Utah has 6 electoral votes for the 2012, 2016 and 2020 presidential elections. Neighbouring Wyoming has voted very similarly to Utah, differing only in 1912 and 1944.

Year - Number - Candidate (Party)

2008 - 5 - John McCain (R)

2004 - 5 - George W. Bush (R)

2000 - 5 - George W. Bush (R)

1996 - 5 - Bob Dole (R)

1992 - 5 - George H. W. Bush (R)

1988 - 5 - George H. W. Bush (R)

1984 - 5 - Ronald Reagan (R)

1980 - 4 - Ronald Reagan (R)

1976 - 4 - Gerald Ford (R)

1972 - 4 - Richard Nixon (R)

1968 - 4 - Richard Nixon (R)

1964 - 4 - Lyndon Johnson (D)

1960 - 4 - Richard Nixon (R)

1956 - 4 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (R)

1952 - 4 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (R)

1948 - 4 - Harry S. Truman (D)

1944 - 4 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)

1940 - 4 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)

1936 - 4 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)

1932 - 4 - Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)

1928 - 4 - Herbert Hoover (R)

1924 - 4 - Calvin Coolidge (R)

1920 - 4 - Warren G. Harding (R)

1916 - 4 - Woodrow Wilson (D)

1912 - 4 - William Howard Taft (R)

1908 - 3 - William Howard Taft (R)

1904 - 3 - Theodore Roosevelt (R)

1900 - 3 - William McKinley (R)

1896 - 3 - William Jennings Bryan (D)