2000 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 2000, George W. Bush (Republican Party) won 271 electoral votes and Al Gore (Democratic Party) won 266 electoral votes.

George W. Bush won the election and became the 43th president of the United States.

#StateAbb.Bush
(R)
Gore
(D)
OtherTotal
1AlaskaAK33
2AlabamaAL99
3ArkansasAR66
4ArizonaAZ88
5CaliforniaCA5454
6ColoradoCO88
7ConnecticutCT88
8District of ColumbiaDC213
9DelawareDE33
10FloridaFL2525
11GeorgiaGA1313
12HawaiiHI44
13IowaIA77
14IdahoID44
15IllinoisIL2222
16IndianaIN1212
17KansasKS66
18KentuckyKY88
19LouisianaLA99
20MassachusettsMA1212
21MarylandMD1010
22MaineME44
23MichiganMI1818
24MinnesotaMN1010
25MissouriMO1111
26MississippiMS77
27MontanaMT33
28North CarolinaNC1414
29North DakotaND33
30NebraskaNE55
31New HampshireNH44
32New JerseyNJ1515
33New MexicoNM55
34NevadaNV44
35New YorkNY3333
36OhioOH2121
37OklahomaOK88
38OregonOR77
39PennsylvaniaPA2323
40Rhode IslandRI44
41South CarolinaSC88
42South DakotaSD33
43TennesseeTN1111
44TexasTX3232
45UtahUT55
46VirginiaVA1313
47VermontVT33
48WashingtonWA1111
49WisconsinWI1111
50West VirginiaWV55
51WyomingWY33
Total2712661538

* The District of Columbia has 3 electoral votes and 1 of them was an abstention.

US Federal Elections Electoral Votes in other years:

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