1980 US Federal Elections Electoral Votes

There are 538 electoral college votes in the US president election, and the number of electoral college votes to win the presidency election is 270 or more.

In 1980, Ronald Reagan (Republican Party) won 489 electoral votes and Jimmy Carter (Democratic Party) won 49 electoral votes.

Ronald Reagan won the election and became the 40th president of the United States.

#StateAbb.Reagan
(R)
Carter
(D)
Total
1AlabamaAL99
2AlaskaAK33
3ArizonaAZ66
4ArkansasAR66
5CaliforniaCA4545
6ColoradoCO77
7ConnecticutCT88
8DelawareDE33
9District of ColumbiaDC33
10FloridaFL1717
11GeorgiaGA1212
12HawaiiHI44
13IdahoID44
14IllinoisIL2626
15IndianaIN1313
16IowaIA88
17KansasKS77
18KentuckyKY99
19LouisianaLA1010
20MaineME44
21MarylandMD1010
22MassachusettsMA1414
23MichiganMI2121
24MinnesotaMN1010
25MississippiMS77
26MissouriMO1212
27MontanaMT44
28NebraskaNE55
29NevadaNV33
30New HampshireNH44
31New JerseyNJ1717
32New MexicoNM44
33New YorkNY4141
34North CarolinaNC1313
35North DakotaND33
36OhioOH2525
37OklahomaOK88
38OregonOR66
39PennsylvaniaPA2727
40Rhode IslandRI44
41South CarolinaSC88
42South DakotaSD44
43TennesseeTN1010
44TexasTX2626
45UtahUT44
46VermontVT33
47VirginiaVA1212
48WashingtonWA99
49West VirginiaWV66
50WisconsinWI1111
51WyomingWY33
Total48949538

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