How Many Electoral Votes Does Mississippi Have?


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Mississippi is the name of a state in United States. It is named after the Mississippi river which flows alongside the state. It is located in the southern part of United States. It is capital and the largest city in Jackson. Many famous people like Jefferson Davis, author William Faulkner, author Mark Twain, etc are from Mississippi.

The creation of the blues, country music and rock n' roll are all contributions of Mississippi to the American culture. Mississippi is also known as Magnolia and the Hospitality State. Famous literary characters like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn lived in Mississippi. It had a population of 2,921,088 residents according to the census taken in the year 2000. It had six electoral votes in the year 2004. Electoral votes of each state are equal to its number of Senators plus its number of members in the United States House of Representatives.

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