I recently saw some interesting math with regards to the electoral college: The population of California is 38,800,000 The population of Wyoming is 584,153 California gets 55 electoral votes Wyoming gets 3 electoral votes. That means it takes 705,444 Californians to equal 1 electoral vote, And 194,717 Wyoming (ites? ans?) to equal 1 electoral vote. This … Continue reading Electoral College – WHY?