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12 11, 8:40am
That's certainly the way it's worked lately, but it was formed to give less populous states a minimum guaranteed representation.
A bloc of California voters certainly trumps, (no pun intended,) a block of Montana voters, but one Montana voter's vote is worth significantly more, in theory, than one Californian's vote.
Really, we, the smaller states, (I'm not in Montana, incidentally,) should break out of the Blocs, if only to attract presidential candidate interest. Like Nebraska did.