What Determines the Number of Presidential Electors a State Gets?
Last Updated Apr 11, 2020 11:40:55 AM ET
The electors given to each state is determined by the number of elected officials in the United States Congress. These electors form the Electoral College and help elect the U.S. president and vice president.
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