Is Washington, D.C., allocated any electoral votes?

The Electoral College Read more from
Chapter Presidential Elections

Yes. The Twenty-third Amendment grants the District of Columbia the number of electors it would be entitled to if it were a state, but not more than that of the least populous state. In 2000, the District of Columbia received three electors. Wyoming, the least populous state, has three electors, too.


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