How Many Electoral Votes does Each State have?

The electoral votes are proportioned according to how many senators and congressmen a state has. The larger the population of the state, the more representatives, the more electoral votes. The precise count: Calfornia- 55, Texas-34, New York-31, Florida-27, Ilinois-21, Pennsylvania-21, Ohio 20, Michigan-17, Georgia-14, New Jersey-15, N. Carolina-15, Virginia-13, Massachusetts-12, Indiana-11, Missiouri-11, Tennessee-11, Washington-11, Arizona-10, Maryland-10, Minnesota-10, Wisconsin-10, Alabama-9, Colorado-9, Louisiana-9, Kentucky-8, S.Carolina-8, Connecticut-7, Iowa-7, Oklahoma-7, Oregon-7, Arkansas-6, Kansas-6, Mississippi-6, Nebraska-5, Nevada-5, New Mexico-5, Utah- 5, W. Virginia-5, Hawaii-4, Idaho-4, Maine-4, New Hamsphire-4, Rhode Island-4, Alaska-3, Delaware-3, District of Columbia-3, Montana-3, N. Dakota-3, S. Dakota-3, Vermont-3, Wyoming- 3.