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American States, Territories and Possessions
Ordered by Number of Electors

Re-Order List:  by Name  by Population  by Admission  by Land Area  


Rank
State/Territory
Electors
Voted in
2016 Election
1st    California  55 Democratic
2nd    Texas  38 Republican
3rd    New York  29 Democratic
4th    Florida  29 Republican
5th    Illinois  20 Democratic
6th    Pennsylvania  20 Republican
7th    Ohio  18 Republican
8th    Michigan  16 Republican
9th    Georgia  16 Republican
10th    North Carolina  15 Republican
11th    New Jersey  14 Democratic
12th    Virginia  13 Democratic
13th    Washington  12 Democratic
14th    Massachusetts  11 Democratic
15th    Indiana  11 Republican
16th    Arizona  11 Republican
17th    Tennessee  11 Republican
18th    Missouri  10 Republican
19th    Maryland  10 Democratic
20th    Wisconsin  10 Republican
21st    Minnesota  10 Democratic
22nd    Colorado  9 Democratic
23rd    Alabama  9 Republican
24th    South Carolina  9 Republican
25th    Louisiana  8 Republican
26th    Kentucky  8 Republican
27th    Oregon  7 Democratic
28th    Oklahoma  7 Republican
29th    Connecticut  7 Democratic
30th    Iowa  6 Republican
31st    Mississippi  6 Republican
32nd    Arkansas  6 Republican
33rd    Kansas  6 Republican
34th    Utah  6 Republican
35th    Nevada  6 Democratic
36th    New Mexico  5 Democratic
37th    West Virginia  5 Republican
38th    Nebraska  5 Republican
39th    Idaho  4 Republican
40th    Hawaii  4 Democratic
41st    Maine  4 Independent or Other
42nd    New Hampshire  4 Democratic
43rd    Rhode Island  4 Democratic
44th    Montana  3 Republican
45th    Delaware  3 Democratic
46th    South Dakota  3 Republican
47th    Alaska  3 Republican
48th    North Dakota  3 Republican
49th    Vermont  3 Democratic
         District of Columbia (Federal District) 3 Democratic
50th    Wyoming  3 Republican
         Puerto Rico (Autonomous Commonwealth) 0
         Guam (Territory) 0
         U.S. Virgin Islands (Territory) 0
         American Samoa (Territory) 0
         Northern Marianas Islands (Autonomous Commonwealth) 0
         Johnston Atoll (Territory) 0
         Midway Island (Territory) 0
         Wake Island (Territory) 0
         Baker and Howland Islands (Territory) 0
         Jarvis Island (Territory) 0
         Kingman Reef (Territory) 0
         Navassa (Territory) 0
         Palmyra Atoll (Territory) 0

A state's presidential electors are equal to the sum of its Representatives and Senators.
DC was granted its electors by the 23rd Amendment.
As a result of the 2000 Census, House districts will be reapportioned and some states' electoral votes will change slightly.
(All states and territories are listed, in order, but only states are ranked.)


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