-- The 2008 presidential nominating process featured tough battles in both major political parties. Republican Sen. John McCain and Democratic Sen. Barack Obama are the presumptive presidential nominees.
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Data source: Congressional Quarterly
NOTE: Maine and Nebraska allocate their electors through a district system, according to the Office of the Federal Register. Two electoral votes are selected in each state based on the statewide vote; the remainder are selected according to the outcome of the vote in each state's Congressional districts. Neither state has ever split its electoral votes since initiating this system.