Most states use a winner-takes-all approach for Electoral votes. What if a state's popular vote is tied? For example, Florida in 2000 was extremely close. Bush received 2,912,790 votes and Gore received 2,912,253, a difference of only 537.
Hypothetically, what if the difference were 0? How would the tie be broken? Who would have received Florida's electoral votes?
I've tried to google this but results are confounded by many many articles describing a 269-269 tie in the electoral college. I'm interested in breaking a tie at the state level, not the national level.