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There is an ongoing effort coordinated by the Democratic Disaster website, to collect the names and addresses, and hopefully the phone numbers and electors of all the electors for the 2008 Presidential Election.

These are the members of the Electoral College for 2008, organized into 4 groups. Some checkmarks and x marks appear next to the highlighted links to individual state articles. These are described in the legend section.

LegendEdit

  • Yes checkY means that the elector information is more complete for this state.
  • Red X mark svgY means that Roger Calero appeared on the ballot in that state
  • 600px-Purple check svgY means that Roger Calero was replaced on the ballot by James E. Harris, or that Calero was a write-in candidate and did not appear on the ballot (in the case of Connecticut).

High Priority statesEdit

The highest priority states are those that voted Democratically and have unbound electors.


1. (D) DELAWARE - 3 Electoral Votes

Red X mark svgY Delaware Electors (2008) Yes checkY

2. (D) ILLINOIS - 21 Electoral Votes

Illinois Electors (2008) Yes checkY

3. (D) INDIANA - 11 Electoral Votes

Indiana Electors (2008) Yes checkY

4. (D) IOWA - 7 Electoral Votes

600px-Purple check svgY Iowa Electors (2008) Yes checkY


5. (D) MINNESOTA - 10 Electoral Votes

Red X mark svgY Minnesota Electors (2008)

6. (R?) MISSOURI - 11 Electoral Votes

Missouri Electors (2008) Yes checkY

7. (D) NEW HAMPSHIRE - 4 Electoral Votes

New Hampshire Electors (2008)

8. (D) NEW JERSEY - 15 Electoral Votes


Red X mark svgYNew Jersey Electors (2008) Yes checkY

9. (D) NEW YORK - 31 Electoral Votes

Red X mark svgY New York Electors (2008)

10. (D) PENNSYLVANIA - 21 Electoral Votes

Pennsylvania Electors (2008) Yes checkY

11. (D) RHODE ISLAND - 4 Electoral Votes

Rhode Island Electors (2008) Yes checkY

Medium Priority StatesEdit

Medium Priority States are states that voted democratically but have bound electors.


1. (D) CALIFORNIA - 55 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 6906

600px-Purple check svgY California Electors (2008)

2. (D) COLORADO - 9 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 1-4-304

600px-Purple check svgY Colorado Electors (2008) Yes checkY

3. (D) CONNECTICUT - 7 Electoral Votes

State Law § 9-175

600px-Purple check svgY Connecticut Electors (2008)

4. (D) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - 3 Electoral Votes

DC Pledge / DC Law - § 1-1312(g)

District of Columbia Electors (2008)

5. (D) FLORIDA - 27 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - § 103.021(1)

600px-Purple check svgY Florida Electors (2008) Yes checkY

6. (D) HAWAII - 4 Electoral Votes

State Law - §§ 14-26 to 14-28

Hawaii Electors (2008)Yes checkY

7. (D) MAINE - 4 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 805

Maine Electors (2008)[1] Yes checkY

8. (D) MARYLAND - 10 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 20-4

Maryland Electors (2008) Yes checkY

9. (D) MASSACHUSETTS - 12 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - Ch. 53, § 8, Supp.

Massachusets Electors (2008)

10. (D) MICHIGAN - 17 Electoral Votes

State Law - §168.47 (Violation cancels vote and elector is replaced).

Michigan Electors (2008)

11. (D) NEVADA - 5 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 298.050

Nevada Electors (2008) Yes checkY

12. (D) NEW MEXICO - 5 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 1-15-5 to 1-15-9 (Violation is a fourth degree felony.)

New Mexico Electors (2008) Yes checkY


13. (D) NORTH CAROLINA - 15 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 163-212 (Violation cancels vote; elector is replaced and is subject to $500 fine.)

North Carolina Electors (2008)

14. (D) OHIO - 20 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 3505.40

Ohio Electors (2008) Yes checkY

15. (D) OREGON - 7 Electoral Votes

State Pledge / State Law - § 248.355

Oregon Electors (2008)

16.(D) VERMONT - 3 Electoral Votes

State Law - title 17, § 2732

Red X mark svgY Vermont Electors (2008)

17. (D) VIRGINIA - 13 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 24.1-162 (Virginia statute may be advisory - "Shall be expected" to vote for nominees.)

Virginia Electors (2008) Yes checkY


18. (D) WASHINGTON - 11 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - §§ 29.71.020, 29.71.040, Supp. ($1000 fine.)

600px-Purple check svgY Washington Electors (2008) Yes checkY


19. (D) WISCONSIN - 10 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 7.75

Wisconsin Electors (2008)

Low Priority StatesEdit

Low priority states are those that voted Republican and have unbound electors.


1. (R) ARIZONA - 10 Electoral Votes

Arizona Electors (2008) Yes checkY

2. (R) ARKANSAS - 6 Electoral Votes

Arkansas Electors (2008) Yes checkY


3. (R) GEORGIA - 15 Electoral Votes

Georgia Electors (2008)

4. (R) IDAHO - 4 Electoral Votes

Idaho Electors (2008)

5. (R) KANSAS - 6 Electoral Votes

Kansas Electors (2008)

6. (R) KENTUCKY - 8 Electoral Votes

Kentucky Electors (2008)

7. (R) LOUISIANA - 9 Electoral Votes 600px-Purple check svgY

Louisian Electors (2008)

8. (R) NORTH DAKOTA - 3 Electoral Votes

North Dakota Electors (2008)

9. (R) SOUTH DAKOTA - 3 Electoral Votes

South Dakota Electors (2008) Yes checkY


10. (R) TENNESSEE - 11 Electoral Votes

Tennessee Electors (2008) Yes checkY

11. (R) TEXAS - 34 Electoral Votes

Texas Electors (2008)

12. (R) UTAH - 5 Electoral Votes

Utah Electors (2008)

13. (R) WEST VIRGINIA - 5 Electoral Votes

West Virginia Electors (2008)

Lowest Priority StatesEdit

Lowest priority states are those that voted Republican and have bound electors.


1. (R) ALABAMA - 9 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - § 17-19-2

Alabama Electors (2008) Yes checkY

2. (R) ALASKA - 3 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - § 15.30.040; 15.30.070

Alaska Electors (2008) Yes checkY

3. (R) MISSISSIPPI - 6 Electoral Votes

Party Pledge / State Law - §23-15-785(3)

Mississippi Electors (2008)

4. (R) MONTANA - 3 Electoral Votes

State Law - §13-25-104

Montana Electors (2008)


5. (R) NEBRASKA - 5 Electoral Votes

State Law - § 32-714

Nebraska Electors (2008)[2]Yes checkY

6. (R) OKLAHOMA - 7 Electoral Votes

State Pledge / State Law - 26, §§ 10-102; 10-109 (Violation of oath is a misdemeanor, carrying a fine of up to $1000.)

Oklahoma Electors (2008)

7. (R) SOUTH CAROLINA - 8 Electoral Votes

State Pledge / State Law - § 7-19-80 (Replacement and criminal sanctions for violation.)

South Carolina Electors (2008)

8. (R) WYOMING - 3 Electoral Votes

State Law - §§ 22-19-106; 22-19-108

Wyoming Electors (2008)

LegendEdit

  • Yes checkY means that the elector information is more complete for this state.
  • Red X mark svgY means that Roger Calero appeared on the ballot in that state
  • 600px-Purple check svgY means that Roger Calero was replaced on the ballot by James E. Harris, or that Calero was a write-in candidate and did not appear on the ballot (in the case of Connecticut).

NotesEdit

  1. Maine apportions its electors by proportional vote, and therefore is not a "winner take all" state.
  2. Nebraska apportions its electors by proportional vote, and therefore is not a "winner take all" state.

See alsoEdit

LinksEdit

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