In a deep-red state like Wyoming, which gave Romney 69 percent of its vote, the three electoral votes are not worth the time, the expense, or even an extra thought from precisely calibrated campaigns that focus on closely contested swing states with a withering barrage of phone calls, door knocks, mailings, and presidential visits. In this campaign, neither candidate held a public event in 40 states, according to FairVote, a Maryland-based nonprofit group that supports the abolition of the Electoral College.
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