FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2008 file photo, sportswear bearing the name of a college that doesn't exist: the Electoral College, are seen in Glenburn, Maine, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008. When it comes to voting for president, not all votes are created equal. Chances are yours will count less than a select few. Each state’s Electoral College votes are based on the size of its congressional delegation, not its population. Because of that, a presidential vote in Wyoming mathematically counts more than three times as much as a vote in Ohio, at least in terms of choosing electors.(AP Photo/Pat Wellenbach, File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2008 file photo, sportswear bearing the name of a college that doesn't exist: the Electoral College, are seen in Glenburn, Maine, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008. When it comes to voting for president, not all votes are created equal. Chances are yours will count less than a select few. Each state’s Electoral College votes are based on the size of its congressional delegation, not its population. Because of that, a presidential vote in Wyoming mathematically counts more than three times as much as a vote in Ohio, at least in terms of choosing electors.(AP Photo/Pat Wellenbach, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2008 file photo, sportswear bearing the name of a college that doesn't exist: the Electoral College, are seen in Glenburn, Maine, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008. When it comes to voting for president, not all votes are created equal. Chances are yours will count less than a select few. Each state’s Electoral College votes are based on the size of its congressional delegation, not its population. Because of that, a presidential vote in Wyoming mathematically counts more than three times as much as a vote in Ohio, at least in terms of choosing electors.(AP Photo/Pat Wellenbach, File)
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