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Web Page Created at Stanford University Shows 2008 Presidential Election Winner for Every Precinct

Published on October 31, 2012, by in General.

Click here to see a map of the United States created at Stanford University. It indicates which presidential candidate in November 2008 won, for every precinct in the nation. Any city or town can be input, and the scale adjusted at will. Thanks to Henry Hirose for the link.

8 Responses

  1. It doesn’t appear to include third party candidates in the data.

  2. :-)

    thanks for the link Richard. Austin is right though, and it’s disturbing.

  3. The data for minor party candidates may not be equally available in all states, but it is certainly available in certain states. South Carolina State Election Commission posts very complete data in Excel format by county and by ward. A project for someone.

  4. NE

    Apparently the regime did not count my vote for Cynthia McKinney. Not that I’m surprised.

  5. Demo Rep

    How soon will the 2012 gerrymander data be updated on the map ???

    Pack and crack gerrymander political concentration camps in the near future ??? Stay tuned.

    The top EVIL gang leader morons will be raving on election night and the next few days after.

    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  6. Mark Seidenberg

    The map has errors. One area on the map includes an area that crosses over into Canada with a total of 717
    voters that went 51% for McCain and 49% for Obama. I did not know that people in Canada could vote in the 2008 for POTUS.

    Sincerely, Mark Seidenberg, Vice Chairman, American Independent Party of California

  7. Jim Riley

    #6 Which province?

  8. Baronscarpia

    7 -

    Thinking of moving?

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