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List of United States presidential electors, 2008

This is a list of electors (members of the Electoral College) who cast ballots to elect the President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2008 presidential election. There are 538 electors from the 50 states and the District of Columbia. While every state except Nebraska and Maine chooses the electors by statewide vote, many states require that one elector be designated for each congressional district.[1] Except where otherwise noted, such designations refer to the elector's residence in that district rather than election by the voters of the district.[2]

Alabama

Electors: 9, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[3]

Alaska

Electors: 3, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[4][5]

  • Roy Burkhart of Willow, at-large elector.
  • Hope Nelson of Anchorage, at-large elector.
  • Robert Brodie of Kodiak, at-large elector.

Arizona

Electors: 10, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[6][7][8]

Arkansas

Electors: 6, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[8][9][10]

California

Electors: 55, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[11][12][13]

Colorado

Electors: 9, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[14][15]

Connecticut

Electors: 7, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[16]

  • Shirley W. Steinmetz of Wethersfield, at-large elector.
  • Nicholas Paindiris of Glastonbury, at-large elector.
  • Andrea Jackson Brooks of New Haven, at-large elector.
  • Jim Ezzes of Westport, at-large elector.
  • Lorraine McQueen of Wolcott, at-large elector.
  • Deborah McFadden of Wilton, at-large elector.
  • Ken Delacruz of North Stonington, at-large elector.

Delaware

Electors: 3, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[17]

District of Columbia

Electors: 3, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[18]

Florida

Electors: 27, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden[19]

Georgia

Electors: 15, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[20][21][22]

  • Esther Clark of Buford, GA, at-large elector.
  • Dennis Coxwell of Warrenton, GA, at-large elector.
  • Norma Edenfield of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Randy Evans of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Sue P. Everhart of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Leigh Ann Gillis of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Judy Goddard of Warner Robins, GA, at-large elector.
  • Linda Herren of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Rufus Montgomery of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Clint Murphy of Savannah, GA, at-large elector.
  • Sunny Park of Atlanta, GA, at-large elector.
  • Alec Poitevint of Bainbridge, GA, at-large elector.
  • John Sours of Smyrna, GA, at-large elector.
  • Allan Vigil of McDonough, GA, at-large elector.
  • John White of Decatur, GA, at-large elector.

Hawaii

Electors: 4, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[23][24][25]

  • Joy Kobashigawa Lewis of Honolulu, HI, at-large elector.
  • Marie Dolores Strazar of Hilo, HI, at-large elector.
  • Amefil Agbayani of Honolulu, HI, at-large elector.
  • Frances K. Kagawa of Honolulu, HI, at-large elector.

Idaho

Electors: 4, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[26][27]

Illinois

Electors: 21, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[28][29]

Indiana

Electors: 11, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[33]

  • Jeffrey L. Chidester of Valparaiso, IN, at-large elector.
  • Owen "Butch" Morgan of South Bend, IN, at-large elector.
  • Michelle Boxell of Warsaw, IN, at-large elector.
  • Charlotte Martin of Indianapolis, IN, at-large elector.
  • Jerry J. Lux of Shelbyville, IN, at-large elector.
  • Connie Southworth of Salamonia, IN, at-large elector.
  • Alan P. Hogan of Indianapolis, IN, at-large elector.
  • Myrna E. Brown of Vincennes, IN, at-large elector.
  • Clarence Benjamin Leatherbury of Salem, IN, at-large elector.
  • Daniel J. Parker of Indianapolis, IN, at-large elector.
  • Cordelia Lewis Burks of Indianapolis, IN, at-large elector.

Iowa

Electors: 7, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[34][35]

Kansas

Electors: 6, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[36][37]

Kentucky

Electors: 8, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[38][39]

Louisiana

Electors: 9, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[40]

Maine

Electors: 4, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[42][43][44]

Maryland

Electors: 10, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[45][46]

Massachusetts

Electors: 12, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[47]

Michigan

Electors: 17, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:

  • Brenda Abbey, Jackson
  • Dallas Dean, Grant
  • Ida DeHaas, Belmont
  • Ron Gettelfinger, Canton
  • James Hoffa, Troy
  • Kenneth Paul Jenkins, Macomb Twp.
  • Harry Kalogerakos, Grosse Pointe Farms
  • Jessica Mistak, Redford
  • Arturo Reyes, Grand Blanc
  • Griffin Rivers, Lansing
  • Gary Shepherd, Saginaw
  • Roger Short, Detroit
  • Arthur Shy, Dearborn Heights
  • Richard West, Cheboygan
  • Whitney Randall Wolcott, Gobles
  • David Woodward, Royal Oak
  • Charlene Yarbrough, Lathrup Village

Minnesota

Electors: 10, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[48]

  • Arthur A. Anderson
  • Jim Gremmels
  • David W. Lee
  • Al Patton
  • Joan M. Wittman
  • William J. Davis
  • Benjamin F. Gross
  • Matt Little
  • Jackie Stevenson
  • Susan Kay Moravec

(Donyta J. Wright was originally one of those elected, but when she did not appear for the ceremony, she was replaced by alternate Moravec by a drawing.[49])

Mississippi

Electors: 6, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[50]

Missouri

Electors: 11, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[51][52][53]

Montana

Electors: 3, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[54]

Nebraska

Nebraska is not a winner take-all state. Nebraska is the first state in the modern era to have a split electoral decision.[55]

Electors: 4, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin; 2 at large, 1 for each of the 1st and 3rd Congressional districts. 1 pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:

Nevada

Electors: 5, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[58]

New Hampshire

Electors: 4, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[59][60]

New Jersey

Electors: 15, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[61]

  • Jose Colon
  • William Fontanez
  • Gina Genovese
  • Wilma Grey
  • Kevin G. Halpern
  • Victor J. Herlinsky, Jr.
  • Stacy Lubrecht
  • Salaheddin Mustafa
  • Peter D. Nichols
  • William W. Northgrave
  • Ken Saunders
  • Ginger Gold Schnitzer
  • Carl E. Styles
  • Shavonda E. Sumter
  • Stephen S. Weinstein

New Mexico

Electors: 5, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[62]

New York

Electors: 31, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[63]

North Carolina

Electors: 15, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[64]

North Dakota

Electors: 3, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[65][66][67]

  • Theresa Tokach of Mandan, ND, at-large elector (replaced Richard Elkin of Bismarck, ND)
  • Susan Wefald of Bismarck, ND, at-large elector.
  • Cleo Thompson of Page, ND, at-large elector.

Ohio

Electors: 20, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[68]

Oklahoma

Electors: 7, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[69]

  • Virginia Chrisco
  • Gail Stice
  • Pete Katzdorn
  • Robert Cleveland
  • Mary Phyllis Gorman
  • Bunny Chambers
  • Diane Murphy Gunther

Oregon

Electors: 7, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[70]

  • Michael J. Bohan
  • Shirley A. Cairns
  • R.P. Joe Smith
  • John C. McColgan
  • Meredith Wood Smith
  • Frank James Dixon
  • Bernard Gorter

Pennsylvania

Electors: 21, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[71]

Rhode Island

Electors: 4, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[72][73]

South Carolina

Electors: 8, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[78][79]

South Dakota

Electors: 3, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[80]

Tennessee

Electors: 11, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[81]

Texas

Electors: 34, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[82][83][84]

Utah

Electors: 5, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[85][86]

Vermont

Electors: Three (all at-large), pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[87][88]

Virginia

Virginia's Presidential Electors Electors: 13, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[89]

Washington

Electors: 11, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[90][91]

West Virginia

Electors: 5, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[92]

Wisconsin

Ten electors, pledged to Barack Obama and Joe Biden:[93]

Wyoming

Three electors, all at-large, pledged to John McCain and Sarah Palin:[94][95]

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External references

  • The unofficial homepage of the Electoral College
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