There are 1,000 Days Until the 2024 Presidential Election

February 9, 2022 marks 1,000 days until the 2024 presidential election, which is scheduled to take place on November 5, 2024. 

There are 272 days until the November 8 midterm elections.

2024 Electoral Map

The electoral map will change for the 2024 election, reflecting apportionment after the 2020 Census. Apportionment affects the number of U.S. House seats in each state; redistricting is currently underway to redraw district boundaries for the 2022 midterms.  Since each state receives electoral votes equal to its congressional delegation (U.S. House seats + 2 U.S. Senators), those states gaining or losing representatives will see a corresponding change in their electoral votes.

On the 2024 interactive electoral map, you can use the buttons above the counter to see what your forecast would have looked like using 2020 electoral votes, as well as the Change by state. If the 2024 map had been used in 2020, Donald Trump would have earned three additional electoral votes, giving Joe Biden a 303-235 win vs. the actual 306-232.

Separately, we've added an alphabetized set of prospective presidential candidates to the map to allow for additional customization. It is not an exhaustive list, and will be updated as we get more information on who will actually be running. Select the party name above the map to change to a specific candidate's name. 


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