Which state has the fewest senators?
All US states have two Senators. However, states with the fewest (1) representatives are Delaware, North and South Dakota, Wyoming, and Vermont.
Each state has a minimum of three electoral votes, calculated by the combined number of Senators and Representatives that state has in Congress. Every state has two Senators, and is guaranteed at least one member of the House; therefore, the fewest possible electoral votes is three. California, which has two Senators and 53 Congressmen in the House of Representatives, has the greatest number of electoral votes, at 55. For more information, see Related Question, below.