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Electoral Votes per State in 2012, 2016 and 2020 in Alphabetical Order by State Name:

AL - 9

AK - 3

AZ - 11

AR - 6

CA - 55

CO - 9

CT - 7

DE - 3

DC* - 3

FL - 29

GA - 16

HI - 4

ID - 4

IL - 20

IN - 11

IA - 6

KS - 6

KY - 8

LA - 8

ME - 4

MD - 10

MA - 11

MI - 16

MN - 10

MS - 6

MO - 10

MT - 3

NE - 5

NV - 5

NH - 4

NJ - 14

NM - 5

NY - 29

NC - 15

ND - 3

OH - 18

OK - 7

OR - 7

PA - 21

PR**

RI - 4

SC - 9

SD - 3

TN - 11

TX - 38

UT - 6

VT - 3

VA - 13

WA - 12

WV - 5

WI - 10

WY - 3

Total - 538 (Absolute Majority: 270 or more)

* The District of Columbia is not a state but is allowed to vote for President and Vice President by the 23rd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

** If Puerto Rico becomes a state, it will probably have 7 votes in 2016 and 2020. That would bring the total to 545 and the absolute majority to 273 or more. The total would return to 538 in 2024 if we allow the Reapportionment Act of 1929 to be still in effect at that time.

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