Not to jump the gun on Bernie Sanders’ chances of winning the Democratic presidential nomination or anything. But the fact that he comes from the lightly-populated state of Vermont prompts this week’s question: In the past century, what major-party presidential nominee came from a state with the fewest number of electoral votes?
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Last week’s question was: Who is the last member of the House who previously served as governor?
The randomly-selected winner is Lynn Baldus of Grand Meadow, Minn. Lynn wins the coveted Political Junkie button.