Republican Delegate Allocation - 2004


References:

Delegate selection primaries, caucuses, and conventions will begin on Tuesday 3 February and end on 15 June 2004. (Adopted by the RNC 31 July 2000).

Rules of the Republican Party:
http://www.rnc.org/gopinfo/rules/2000rules11_15.htm,
2004 Delegate Allocation:
http://www.rnc.org/Counsel/BCRA_pdfs/COADelegateSheet.pdf,
Call to Convention:
http://www.rnc.org/Counsel/BCRA_pdfs/2004Call.pdf.

  • The computations used to create this 2004 delegate allocation document are based on the rules established during the 2000 National Convention.
  • The Republicans award base delegates based on the number of U.S. Senators and House Members from each state. In addition to the base delegates, bonus delegates based on the number of party members elected as Governors (2000-2003), House members (2000-2003), Senators (1998-2003), and state legislatures (2000-2003).

Delegate Allocation

Republican Delegate Allocation. (Reference Rule 13 of "The Rules of the Republican Party", adopted 31 July 2000)

  • For Jurisdictions with Constitutionally Elected Members of Congress:
    • 10 At-Large delegates from each state, that is, 5 at-large delegates for each U.S. Senator.
    • 3 District delegates for each U.S. Representative.
  • For Jurisdictions without Constitutionally Elected Members of Congress:
    • 6 at-large delegates from American Samoa.
    • 16 at-large delegates from the District of Columbia.
    • 6 at-large delegates from Guam.
    • 20 at-large delegates from Puerto Rico.
    • 6 at-large delegates from Virgin Islands.
  • For all Jurisdictions - 3 party leaders: the national committeeman, the national committee woman, and the chairman of the state Republican Party.
  • Bonus Delegates
    • 2000 Bonus: States that cast a majority of their 2000 Electoral Votes for the Republican Candidate receive 4.5 + 0.60 the Jurisdiction's Total 2000 Electoral Vote in bonus delegates. Should the District of Columbia cast the majority of their electoral votes for the Republican Candidate, the District will receive 4.5 + 0.30 the District's 2000 Total Electoral Vote. (Round any fractions UP to the next integer.)
    • U.S. Senate: Award 1 bonus delegate for each Republican Senator elected in the 6 year period (November 3, 1998, November 7, 2000, November 5, 2002) prior to January 1, 2004. (Limit 2)
    • Governor States that elect a Republican Governor between November 7, 2000 and December 31, 2003 receive 1 bonus delegate. (Limit: 1)
    • U.S. House: States that elect Republicans to 50% or more of the their U.S. House seats between November 7, 2000 and January 1, 2004 receive 1 bonus delegate. (Limit 1)
    • One Chamber: If between November 7, 2000 and December 31, 2003 the Republicans hold/held a majority (presided over by a Republican) in either chamber of the state legislature OR the legislature increased its Republican membership by 25% or more (providing 25% is at least 2 legislatures) then the state receives 1 bonus delegate. (Limit 1).
    • All Chambers: If between November 7, 2000 and December 31, 2003 the Republicans hold/held a majority (presided over by a Republican) in all chambers of the state legislature award 1 bonus delegate. (Limit 1).
 

Republican Delegate Allocation - 2004
Sorted by Total Bonus Delegates

Rank (sort)
State
Electoral Party
Leaders
Bonus Delegates (sort)
Total
Delegates
At-Large
Delegates
(sort)
District
Delegates
2000
Bonus
Governor U.S.
Senate
U.S.
House
One
Chamber
All
Chambers
(sort)
Total
Bonus
1Texas109632412 1129138
2Ohio1054318121112491
3Florida10753201 11124112
4Virginia1033313 21111864
5Missouri1027312 21111757
6Georgia10393131111 1769
7Colorado1021310121111650
8Indiana1027312 111 1555
9Kentucky10183101211 1546
10North Carolina1039313 11  1567
11Arizona1024310 21111552
12Tennessee1027312 21  1555
13South Carolina1018310111111546
14Alabama1021310121  1448
15Kansas101239 21111439
16Utah10938121111436
17Mississippi101239121  1338
18Idaho10637121111332
19Nebraska10938111111335
20New Hampshire10637121111332
21Oklahoma1015310 21  1341
22Alaska10337121111329
23Montana10337111111228
24Wyoming10337 21111228
25Nevada109371111 1133
26South Dakota103371 1111127
27Louisiana1021310  1  1145
28North Dakota103371  111026
29Arkansas1012391    1035
30West Virginia10938     830
31Pennsylvania10573  2111575
32Iowa10153  1111432
33Minnesota10243 1111 441
34Wisconsin10243   111340
35Oregon10153  1 11331
36Michigan10453   111361
37Illinois10573  111 373
38New York10873 1  1 2102
39Maine1063  2   221
40Maryland10243 1 1  239
41Vermont1033 1  1 218
42Rhode Island1063 11   221
43Connecticut10153 1 1  230
44Delaware1033   11 218
45New Mexico1093  11  224
46California101593 1    1173
47Hawaii1063 1    120
48Washington10273    1 141
49Massachusetts10303 1    144
50Guam6 3       9
51Virgin Islands6 3       9
52New Jersey10393       52
53American Samoa6 3       9
54Puerto Rico20 3       23
55District of Columbia16 3       19
Totals5541,30516531428513633234852,509
 

Bonus Delegate Detail

Bonus delegates are awarded to states that elect Republicans to office between November 7, 2000 and December 31, 2003. A state may meet a requirement more than one time during this period however the bonus is awarded only once. Example: 1 bonus delegate is awarded for electing a Republican Governor. If a Republican Governor is elected in 2000 and 2002 the state receives 1 bonus delegate. If the state elects a Republican Governor in 2000 and a Democratic Governor in 2002 the state receives 1 bonus delegate.

 
  1. Alabama, 14 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 9 electoral votes) = 9.9
    • Governor (1): Bob Riley (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Jeff Sessions (re-elected 2002); Richard Shelby (elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 7
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  2. Alaska, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 3 electoral votes) = 6.3
    • Governor (1): Frank Murkowski (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Ted Stevens (re-elected 2002); Frank H. Murkowski (elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 1 of 1
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 27 of 40
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 27 of 40, Senate 14 of 20
         
  3. American Samoa, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  4. Arizona, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 8 electoral votes) = 9.3
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Jon Kyl (re-elected 2000); John McCain (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 36 of 60
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 36 of 60, Senate 15 of 30, Senate President Randall Gnant (R)
         
  5. Arkansas, 10 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (9): 4.5 + (0.6 × 6 electoral votes) = 8.1
    • Governor (1): Mike Huckabee (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  6. California, 1 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Arnold Schwarzenegger (elected 2003)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  7. Colorado, 16 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 8 electoral votes) = 9.3
    • Governor (1): Bill Owens (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Wayne Allard (re-elected 2002); Ben Nighthorse Campbell (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 4 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 38 of 65
      • All Chambers (1): January 2003: House 37 of 65; Senate18 of 35
         
  8. Connecticut, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): John G. Rowland (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 3 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  9. Delaware, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 1 of 1
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 26 of 41
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  10. District of Columbia, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  11. Florida, 24 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (20): 4.5 + (0.6 × 25 electoral votes) = 19.5
    • Governor (1): Jeb Bush (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 15 of 23
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 77 of 120
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 77 of 120, Senate 25 of 40
         
  12. Georgia, 17 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (13): 4.5 + (0.6 × 13 electoral votes) = 12.3
    • Governor (1): Sonny Perdue (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Saxby Chambliss (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 8 of 11
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2003: Senate 30 of 56
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  13. Guam, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  14. Hawaii, 1 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Linda Lingle (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  15. Idaho, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 4 electoral votes) = 6.9
    • Governor (1): Dirk Kempthorne (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Mike Crapo (elected 1998), Larry E. Craig (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 2 of 2
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 61 of 70
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 61 of 70, Senate 32 of 35
         
  16. Illinois, 3 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Peter G. Fitzgerald (elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 10 of 20
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 32 of 59
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  17. Indiana, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (12): 4.5 + (0.6 × 12 electoral votes) = 11.7
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Richard G. Lugar (re-elected 2000)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 6 of 10
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 32 of 50
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  18. Iowa, 4 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Charles Grassley (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 4 of 5
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 56 of 100
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 56 of 100, Senate 30 of 50
         
  19. Kansas, 14 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (9): 4.5 + (0.6 × 6 electoral votes) = 8.1
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Sam Brownback (elected 1998); Pat Roberts (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 3 of 4
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 79 of 125
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 79 of 125, Senate 30 of 40
         
  20. Kentucky, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 8 electoral votes) = 9.3
    • Governor (1): Ernie Fletcher (elected 2003)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Jim Bunning (elected 1998); Mitch McConnell (re-elected 2002);
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 20 of 38
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  21. Louisiana, 11 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 9 electoral votes) = 9.9
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 7
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  22. Maine, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Olympia J. Snowe (re-elected 2000); Susan M. Collins (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  23. Maryland, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Robert L. Ehrlich (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 4 of 8
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  24. Massachusetts, 1 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Mitt Romney (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  25. Michigan, 3 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2003: 9 of 15
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 57 of 110
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 57 of 110, Senate 22 of 38
         
  26. Minnesota, 4 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Tim Pawlenty (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Norm Coleman (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2003: 4 of 8
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 69 of 134
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  27. Mississippi, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (9): 4.5 + (0.6 × 7 electoral votes) = 8.7
    • Governor (1): Haley Barbour (elected 2003)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Trent Lott (re-elected 2000); Thad Cochran (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2003: 2 of 4
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  28. Missouri, 17 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (12): 4.5 + (0.6 × 11 electoral votes) = 11.1
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Christopher "Kit" Bond (re-elected 1998); Jim Talent (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 9
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 18 of 34
      • All Chambers (1): January 2003: House 89 of 163 (1 set TBD); Senate 20 of 34
         
  29. Montana, 12 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 3 electoral votes) = 6.3
    • Governor (1): Judy Martz (elected 2000)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Conrad Burns (re-elected 2000)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 1 of 1
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 58 of 100
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 58 of 100, Senate 31 of 50
         
  30. Nebraska, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (8): 4.5 + (0.6 × 5 electoral votes) = 7.5
    • Governor (1): Mike Johanns (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Chuck Hagel (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 3 of 3
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Unicameral Non-partisan Legislature, Republican Speaker Senator Doug Kristensen
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: Unicameral Non-partisan Legislature, Republican Speaker Senator Doug Kristensen
         
  31. Nevada, 11 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 4 electoral votes) = 6.9
    • Governor (1): Kenny Guinn (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): John Ensign (elected 2000)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2003: 2 of 3
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 12 of 21
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  32. New Hampshire, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 4 electoral votes) = 6.9
    • Governor (1): Craig Benson (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Judd Gregg (re-elected 1998); John E. Sununu (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 2 of 2
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 257 of 400
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 257 of 400, Senate 13 of 24
         
  33. New Jersey, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  34. New Mexico, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Pete V. Domenici (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 2 of 3
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  35. New York, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): George E. Pataki (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 36 of 61
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  36. North Carolina, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (13): 4.5 + (0.6 × 14 electoral votes) = 12.9
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Elizabeth Dole (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 7 of 12
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  37. North Dakota, 10 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 3 electoral votes) = 6.3
    • Governor (1): John Hoeven (elected 2000)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 69 of 98
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 69 of 98, Senate 32 of 49
         
  38. Ohio, 24 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (18): 4.5 + (0.6 × 21 electoral votes) = 17.1
    • Governor (1): Bob Taft (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Mike DeWine (re-elected 2000); George V. Voinovich (elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 11 of 19
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 59 of 99
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 59 of 99, Senate 21 of 33
         
  39. Oklahoma, 13 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 8 electoral votes) = 9.3
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): James M. Inhofe (re-elected 2002); Don Nickles (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  40. Oregon, 3 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Gordon Smith (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 33 of 60
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 33 of 60, Senate 16 of 30
         
  41. Pennsylvania, 5 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Rick Santorum (re-elected 2000); Arlen Specter (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 11 of 21
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 104 of 203
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 104 of 203, Senate 28 of 50
         
  42. Puerto Rico, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  43. Rhode Island, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): Lincoln C. Almond (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Lincoln D. Chafee (elected 2000)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  44. South Carolina, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (10): 4.5 + (0.6 × 8 electoral votes) = 9.3
    • Governor (1): Mark Sanford (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (1): Lindsey Graham (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 4 of 6
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 70 of 124
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 70 of 124, Senate 24 of 46
         
  45. South Dakota, 11 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 3 electoral votes) = 6.3
    • Governor (1): Mike Rounds (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 1 of 1
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 50 of 70
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 50 of 70, Senate 24 of 35
         
  46. Tennessee, 15 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (12): 4.5 + (0.6 × 11 electoral votes) = 11.1
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Bill Frist (re-elected 2000); Lamar Alexander (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 5 of 9
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  47. Texas, 29 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (24): 4.5 + (0.6 × 32 electoral votes) = 23.7
    • Governor (1): Rick Perry (first elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Kay Bailey Hutchison (re-elected 2000); John Cornyn (elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: Senate 16 of 31
      • All Chambers (1): January 2003: House 88 of 150; Senate 19 of 31
         
  48. Utah, 14 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (8): 4.5 + (0.6 × 5 electoral votes) = 7.5
    • Governor (1): Michael O. Leavitt (re-elected 2000)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Orrin G. Hatch (re-elected 2000); Robert F. Bennett (re-elected 1998)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 2 of 3
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 51 of 75
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 51 of 75, Senate 19 of 29
         
  49. Vermont, 2 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (1): James H. "Jim" Douglas (elected 2002)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 83 of 150
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  50. Virgin Islands, 0 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  51. Virginia, 18 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (13): 4.5 + (0.6 × 13 electoral votes) = 12.3
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): John W. Warner (re-elected 2002); George F. Allen (elected 2000)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 6 of 11
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 52 of 100
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 52 of 100, Senate 22 of 40
         
  52. Washington, 1 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2002: House 25 of 49
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  53. West Virginia, 8 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (8): 4.5 + (0.6 × 5 electoral votes) = 7.5
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (0)
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (0)
      • All Chambers (0)
         
  54. Wisconsin, 3 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (0)
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (0)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2003: 4 of 8
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 56 of 99
      • All Chambers (1): both chambers
         
  55. Wyoming, 12 bonus delegates
    • 2000 Presidential Election (7): 4.5 + (0.6 × 3 electoral votes) = 6.3
    • Governor (0)
    • U.S. Senate Delegation (2): Craig Thomas (re-elected 2000); Michael B. Enzi (re-elected 2002)
    • U.S. House Delegation (1): January 2001: 1 of 1
    • Republican Control of State Legislature
      • One Chamber (1): January 2001: House 46 of 60
      • All Chambers (1): January 2001: House 46 of 60, Senate 20 of 30
         
 


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