Subtract the number of green votes from the number of blue votes.
The winner take all system means that all of electoral votes from a state go to the candidate who receives the majority of votes. It also means that electoral votes are not proportionally distributed, meaning that if a candidate gets 51% of citizens votes they receive 100% of the electoral votes.
When a committee votes to receive and file an agenda item, it simply means the item will be included in the record of the meeting. This can apply to any type of agenda item.
The numbers are the amount of votes a state has in the electoral college. A candidate must receive more than half of electoral votes in order to become president. In 2012, this means they must receive 270 electoral votes in order to become president.
99 votes in 1944 189 votes in 1948
If that happens then that means the president is elected by the eletoral collage.
365 votes (67.8%)
It is impossible for candidates NOT to receive electoral votes. The president is solely elected upon electoral votes. At the current point in time a candidate MUST receive at least 270 electoral votes to win. If a candidate does not receive 270 votes, the U.S, House of Representatives elects the President from among the 3 candidates receiving the most electoral votes. 12th Amendment to the constitution
No. Obama received 365 electoral votes, McCain received 173.
He received: 50,456,002 popular votes.
270 votes to win
286 electoral votes.
Tennessee controls eleven votes, as they have since 1984.
John McCain received 193,841 votes to Obama's 123,594 votes, winning Alaska's three electoral votes.
In 2008: Barack Obama received 11 electoral votes from Washington, receiving 1,750,848 votes to John McCain's 1,229,216 votes.In 2012: Washington's 12 electoral votes have not yet been allocated. Projections indicate that Obama will likely receive these 12 electoral votes.
George Washington was the only man to receive all of the electorial votes.
You must receive a majority of votes by the electoral college.
In 2008: Barack Obama received 3 electoral votes from Vermont, receiving 219,262 votes to John McCain's 98,974 votes.In 2012: Vermont's 3 electoral votes have not yet been allocated. Projections indicate that Obama will very likely receive these 3 electoral votes.
Obama won Ohio's 20 electoral votes receiving 2,933,388 votes to 2,674,491 votes for McCain in 2008.