In 2012 Georgia had 5,804,812 registered voters. Of those registered voters, only 3,900,050 turned out to vote in the 2012 Presidential election.
The election is in each state and registered voters vote for senate.
Voters must be eligible and registered.
Enough for obama to win the election
aprox. 72.5% of registered voters in NZ voted in 2011.
Obama received 66,882,230 votes, which amounted to 39.6% of the registered voters. McCain received 58,343,677 votes. There were approximately 169 million registered voters for the 2008 election.
During the last general election in 2012, Alabama had 3,035,690 registered voters. In most cases, Alabama does not differentiate between Republicans and Democrats.
there is an election and registered voters can vote for the party they want to win
About 8,087,000 votes were cast in Texas in the 2008 presidential election.
independent is a misnomer,voters not registered with a political party are UNAFFILIATED voters but yes,of course [ in a general election]
there are supposedly 575,000 registered voters in detroit. there are only 625,000 people over 18 there! 92% are registered to vote?
5 million 5 million
in 2004 there were about 2,049,000 registered voters in Oregon
Florida ~11,000,000 registered voters California ~27,000,000 registered voters
Any citizen who has registered to vote in a General Election, or in a Local Election, is put on to the Electoral Register (sometimes known as the Electoral Roll).
in a general election
There are 17.3 million registered voters in the state of california.
As of Oct. 12, Washington has 3,575,498 registered voters.
There are 183,301 registered Republican voters in Delaware.
There are 538 total electoral votes and a presidential candidate needs 270 to win the election.