U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
 www.archives.gov September 2, 2014 

Electoral College Calculator

(based on allocations according to 2010 census data)

Try your hand at predicting who will win the next presidential election. You can create your own election results by clicking on a different button in one of three columns, Democrat (D), Republican (R), and Third Party (O).

  • In Maine and Nebraska, the statewide winners receive 2 electoral votes and the winners of each of the congressional districts receive 1 electoral vote per district.

After you have made your selections, click "Tally" to see your new results.
Then click "Reset" to do it again!

State Votes Democrat Republican 3rd Party
Alabama D R O
Alaska D R O
Arizona D R O
Arkansas D R O
California D R O
Colorado D R O
Connecticut D R O
Delaware D R O
District of Columbia D R O
Florida D R O
Georgia D R O
Hawaii D R O
Idaho D R O
Illinois D R O
Indiana D R O
Iowa D R O
Kansas D R O
Kentucky D R O
Louisiana D R O
Maine D R O
Maine
Congressional District 1
D R O
Maine
Congressional District 2
D R O
Maryland D R O
Massachusetts D R O
Michigan D R O
Minnesota D R O
Mississippi D R O
Missouri D R O
Montana D R O
Nebraska D R O
Nebraska
Congressional District 1
D R O
Nebraska
Congressional District 2
D R O
Nebraska
Congressional District 3
D R O
Nevada D R O
New Hampshire D R O
New Jersey D R O
New Mexico D R O
New York D R O
North Carolina D R O
North Dakota D R O
Ohio D R O
Oklahoma D R O
Oregon D R O
Pennsylvania D R O
Rhode Island D R O
South Carolina D R O
South Dakota D R O
Tennessee D R O
Texas D R O
Utah D R O
Vermont D R O
Virginia D R O
Washington D R O
West Virginia D R O
Wisconsin D R O
Wyoming D R O

Total

    
(270 Votes are needed to win.)

Source:   U.S. Census Bureau    Last Update:  12/10/2010

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