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Electoral votes in the Electoral College determine the President of the United States. The electors are elected by popular vote in each state and each candidate for elector swears in advance whom he will vote for.

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Utah had 952,370 votes cast, translating to 5 electoral votes in the 2008 presidential election. Utah will increase to 6 electoral votes in the 2012 election.


The vote of the people has little to do with directly electing a President. The people actually vote for a number of people in their State, called Electors, and the Electors then cast their votes for a candidate. It gets much more complicated, but that is the basics of it.


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