US Presidential Elections: Electoral College Votes Count?
Settled on 11/11/2012 15:28 by Stephen Tilley
settled question on option '320-349 Democrat'.
The Electoral College consists of the electors appointed by each state who formally elect the President and Vice President of the United States. Since 1964, there have been 538 electors in each presidential election.
The voters of each state, and the District of Columbia, vote for electors to be the authorized constitutional participants in a presidential election.
The Twelfth Amendment provides for each elector to cast one vote for President and one vote for Vice President. It also specifies how a President and Vice President are elected. The Twenty-third Amendment specifies how many electors the District of Columbia is entitled to have.
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