Two states, Nebraska and Maine, have rules that call for splitting their electoral votes by congressional district. Now, for the first time in the modern era, one has done so. Barack Obama has won one of Nebraska’s five electoral votes, according to the Omaha World-Herald. (Maine’s four votes went to Obama on Election Day.) The president-elect’s total now stands at 365.
After a long wait, North Carolina has been called for Barack Obama. With an Electoral College landslide already in hand for Obama, the state’s 15 electoral votes pump up his total to 364. That leaves one state dragging its heels. We’re looking at you, Mizzou. Let’s get this thing done.