The Electoral College is the body of electors who elect the President of Nava in a presidential election. Presidents are indirectly elected similar to the United States' Electoral College: voters in each province and the Capital District (but not the territories) vote for electors pledged to a specific presidential candidate to represent their province in the Electoral College, and these electors then vote for the candidates, with a majority of electors (not votes) required to elect a president.

The Electoral College currently has 485 electors, meaning 243 electors are required for a majority. By current law, the Electoral College is resized and redistributed as necessary after each census so that each province has one elector per 100,000 people, with the Capital District's total capped at that of the least populous province.

Current elector distributionEdit

This distribution is based on the 2010 Census and used for the 2012, 2016 and 2020 presidential elections.

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