Originally Posted by Moonmaiden23
And all States are not created equal in the College. To be quite blunt for example, California, New York, Ohio, Texas and Pennsylvania carry more Electoral clout than Montana or Alaska. So who the people of those states vote for determine who their Electors cast their ballots for.
Yes, but, relatively to the size of their population, Alaska or Montana are overrepresented in the Electoral College compared to, let's say, California or New York. That happens because all states, however small their population is, are entitled to two senators and at least one member of the House of Representatives, which means a minimum of three EC votes.