US elections: pronounce states and capitals cities

Published in: News 15/02/2016

US states map

The elections to elect the 45th President of the United States are taking place. They occur every four years since 1845. The political battle among the candidates happens in each individual state. Click and listen to the pronunciation of all the American states and capital cities.

Don’t forget: Washington, D.C., has been the capital of the United States since 1800.

 
AL - Alabama - MontgomeryMT - Montana - Helena
AK - Alaska - JuneauNE - Nebraska - Lincoln
AZ - Arizona - PhoenixNV - Nevada - Carson City
AR - Arkansas - Little RockNH - New Hampshire - Concord
CA - California - Sacramento NJ - New Jersey - Trenton
CO - Colorado - DenverNM - New Mexico - Santa Fe
CT - Connecticut - HartfordNY - New York - Albany
DE - Delaware - Dover NC - North Carolina - Raleigh
FL Florida - TallahasseeND - North Dakota - Bismarck
GA - Georgia - AtlantaOH - Ohio - Columbus
HI - Hawaii - HonoluluOK - Oklahoma - Oklahoma City
ID - Idaho - BoiseOR - Oregon - Salem
IL -Illinois - SpringfieldPA - Pennsylvania - Harrisburg
IN - Indiana - IndianapolisRI - Rhode Island - Providence
IA - Iowa - Des MoinesSC - South Carolina - Columbia
KS - Kansas - TopekaSD - South Dakota - Pierre
KY - Kentucky - FrankfortTN - Tennessee - Nashville
LA - Louisiana - Baton RougeTX - Texas - Austin
ME - Maine - AugustaUT - Utah - Salt Lake City
MD - Maryland - AnnapolisVT - Vermont - Montpelier
MA - Massachusetts - BostonVA - Virginia - Richmond
MI - Michigan - LansingWA - Washington - Olympia
MN - Minnesota - Saint PaulWV - West Virginia - Charleston
MS - Mississippi - JacksonWI - Wisconsin - Madison
MO - Missouri - Jefferson CityWY - Wyoming - Cheyenne
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