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The number of electoral votes for a president is equal to A. three-fifths of the total population of residents. B. three-fifths of the total population of registered voters. C. the number of members in state legislature. D. the number of representatives and senators from the state

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chasegarza11

The number of electoral votes for a president is equal to "D. the number of representatives and senators from the state," since this is one way that states with larger populations have more of a "say" in the election process. 

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