US Election 2020 Maine profile: How state voted in 2016, demographics and more

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Year of entry into union: 1820

Capital: Augusta

Total electors: Four.

In 2016, three of them pledged to vote for Democratic nominees Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine, while one €" Richard Bennett €" pledged to vote for Republican candidates Donald Trump and Mike Pence.

How Maine votes: Blue. Maine has voted for the Democratic Party in all presidential elections since 1992.

Demographic breakdown: 94.8 percent White and 1.2 percent African-American.

Fun fact: In 2016, Maine split its electoral vote for the first time in its history, giving one of its four votes to Republican candidate Donald Trump. Such a split is allowed in no other state except Nebraska.

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