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The number of electors each state has in the Electoral College is determined by A. the U.S. Supreme Court. B. the President of the United States. C. the proportion of its representation in Congress. D. political party support.
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User: The number of electors each state has in the Electoral College is determined by A. the U.S. Supreme Court. B. the President of the United States. C. the proportion of its representation in Congress. D. political party support.

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The number of electors each state has in the Electoral College is determined by: C. the proportion of its representation in Congress.
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