Did you know you have to win Ohio if you want to be elected U.S. President?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Since its admission to statehood in 1803, Ohio has participated in every U.S. presidential election. ...
Voted for winning candidate: 45
No. of elections: 54
Voted for losing candidate: 9
Granted, I copy/pasted the search for exact numbers but I knew you were wrong w/o looking. Why do you embarrass yourself like this? Also, you're supposed to be seeking help f/ us to fill in blanks. You framed your post much like from a declarative POV ... kind of like, look how smart I am.
- SamLv 76 months ago
- JamesLv 76 months ago
Actually, you need 270 votes in the flawed electoral college to be elected POTUS.
- Anonymous6 months ago
I always find it interesting how proponents of the Electoral College hinge on "it makes it so that the less populated states still have say! Otherwise New York and California would decide everything!" But then the EC just turns the attention to the "battleground states". Other states see very little campaigning in comparison.
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- LeoLv 76 months ago
- TroyLv 66 months ago
Not if you win Texas and California.
- Mr Bill BLv 56 months ago
Not true one State can't make the election even though Ohio is a major factor
- Not YouLv 66 months ago
I am familiar with battleground states