In the 2016 election, only Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and Donald Trump, will be on ballot in states containing a majority of the electoral college. This is the same number as in 2012.
Rocky De La Fuente is likely to be on the ballot in between 23 and 28 states. But even if he gets all 28, they only have 250 electoral college votes, and a majority is 270.
Darrell Castile is likely to be on the ballot in 25 states, which have 211 electoral college votes. If he can re-validate 39 more signatures in Tennessee, then he would have 26 states with 222 electoral votes.