An few odd thoughts on the where the nukes landed on the US.
1) *ZERO* nukes landed in a state that had abolished slavery at the beginning of the US Civil War. They were either in Slave States that stayed in the Union (Camp David, Maryland and Fort Knox), Slave States that Seceded (most of the list) or weren't yet states (New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming) or weren't even part of the US (Anchorage Alaska)
2) *The only US city that has a pro sports team (NFL/MLB/NBA/NHL) to get nuked was Denver (Rocky Flats) which to some degree shows how little the Soviets were updating things, Rocky Flats shut down in 1992. Next largest city to get a really close hit is El Paso (Fort Bliss and to some degree White Sands) . Note, for post war politics (1996 presidential election), the Mexicans might be heavily involved in the post April 10 recovery in El Paso.
3)Oddly enough from the standpoint of 2022, I *think* more of the sites that received Nukes are in states that voted for Clinton in 1992, with Clinton having taken Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Colorado and New Mexico.
4) For a *Significant* percentage of the american population (New York, New England, the Upper midwest, and the Pacific Northwest) the closest nuke to land landed on Canada! (this is sort of similar to #1)
5) The nuke that would probably cause the least deaths (<10,000) are NORAD, White Sands and Camp David.
6) States that would lose the largest percentage of their population are Alaska and Colorado, not sure what would be in third place, either Texas (Fort Bliss & Fort Bragg) or Georgia (Fort Benning and Fort Stewart)
And one final thought not related to the US, how did the Romanians manage to tick of *anyone* in this conflict that Constanța got a nuke?