Electoral College/Election 2000

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December 5, 2013

 

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The candidate receiving the greatest number of electoral votes, provided the votes of a majority of the electors were received, would be president, and the candidate winning the second largest number of votes would be vice president. The majority of the electoral votes, along with 270 electoral votes, are required to win the presidency...
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The majority of the electoral votes, along with 270 electoral votes, are required to win the presidency. Each state is entitled to a number of electors equal to the total number of senators and representatives it sends to the U.S. Congress. Thus, each state has at least three electors. Each state's allotment of electors is equal to the number of House members to which it is entitled plus two Senators...
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