US electoral vote projections

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - 09:28

Washington: The Electoral College votes projected to win by US presidential candidates as of 2230 EST Tuesday (0330 GMT Wednesday), reported Xinhua citing US television networks:

Barack Obama (Democrat)

Total electoral votes: 163

Projected to win in:

  • Vermont (3 electoral votes)
  • Illinois (20 electoral votes)
  • Delaware (3 electoral votes)
  • Connecticut (7 electoral votes)
  • Maryland (10 electoral votes)
  • Massachusetts (11 electoral votes)
  • New Jersey (14 electoral votes)
  • Rhode Island (4 electoral votes)
  • District of Columbia (3 electoral votes)
  • Maine (4 electoral votes)
  • Michigan (16 electoral votes)
  • New York (29 electoral votes)
  • Pennsylvania (20 electoral votes)
  • Wisconsin (10 electoral votes)
  • New Hampshire (4 electoral votes)
  • New Mexico (5 electoral votes)

    Mitt Romney (Republican)

    Total electoral votes: 163

    Projected to win in:

  • Indiana (11 electoral votes)
  • Kentucky (8 electoral votes)
  • Georgia (16 electoral votes)
  • West Virginia (5 electoral votes)
  • South Carolina (9 electoral votes)
  • Alabama (9 electoral votes)
  • Mississippi (6 electoral votes)
  • Oklahoma (7 electoral votes)
  • Tennessee (11 electoral votes)
  • Arkansas (6 electoral votes)
  • Wyoming (3 electoral votes)
  • South Dakota (3 electoral votes)
  • North Dakota (3 electoral votes)
  • Texas (38 electoral votes)
  • Kansas (6 electoral votes)
  • Louisiana (8 electoral votes)
  • Nebraska (5 electoral votes)
  • Utah (6 electoral votes)
  • Montana (3 electoral votes)

    Too Close To Call: Ohio (18 electoral votes)

  • Florida (29 electoral votes)
  • Virginia (13 electoral votes)
  • North Carolina (15 electoral votes)

    Under US election system, a candidate must get 270 of the 538 votes in the Electoral College to win the presidency.

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  • First Published: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - 08:52

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