Elections and Voting

# Who actually casts the electoral votes for each state?

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###### 2018-01-28 18:45:35

The states choose as many "electors" as it has electoral votes and these electors elect the president. The electors are elected by popular vote in each state and each candidate for elector swears in advance whom he will vote for. The electors vote their electoral votes in the Electoral College.

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## Related Questions

This group is called the electoral college; its members are called electors and the votes it casts are called electoral votes.

The public "votes for President" in November, but they are actually electing members to the electoral college in that election. The electoral college casts the votes for President (and Vice President) in December.

The public "votes for President" in November, but they are actually electing members to the electoral college in that election. The electoral college casts the votes for President (and Vice President) in December.

The public "votes for President" in November, but they are actually electing members to the electoral college in that election. The electoral college casts the votes for President (and Vice President) in December.

Pennsylvania casts its electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College on a winner-take-all basis. The winner of the popular election in Pennsylvania gets all of Pennsylvania's electoral votes.

The electoral college actually casts the votes determining who the president and VP are.

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.

No city in Pennsylvania gets electoral votes. Based on the 2010 Census, Pennsylvania has 20 electoral votes. Pennsylvania casts all of its electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College on a winner-take-all basis. The winner of the popular election in Pennsylvania gets all of Pennsylvania's 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.

Actually, every state has at least 3 electoral votes. That is because the number of electoral votes that each state gets is the same as the number of congressional representatives that it has. Since every state has 2 senators, and every state has at least 1 representative, then every state has at least 3 congressional representatives, and thus has at least 3 electoral votes.

Three is the smallest number of electoral votes that a state can have.

No, every state has at least three electoral votes

The non- state with electoral votes is the District of Columbia (DC)

North Carolina is the only state with 15 electoral votes.

No the total number of electoral votes from each state does not equal the total number of electoral votes. This is because the District of Columbia gets 3 votes.

The District of Columbia gets 3 electoral votes.

California has 55 electoral votes. That is more than any other state.

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