California is the most significant country population-wise and has 55 electoral votes. Texas has 38 votes. Nebraska and Maine equally split their electoral votes between the two candidates according to their various nation’s popular vote success. In the other countries, each state’s vote decides which candidate has all of the electoral votes of that state — although not necessarily. If a nation’s popular vote goes 51 percent for Romney and 49 percent to Obama, Romney will be expected to obtain all the electoral votes of the state. Did I mention that the vote generally decides should they have won the popular vote within that nation, which candidate will obtain each the electoral votes from a certain state? Did I never say they do?