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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    The method of election used in federal parliamentary elections by each member province of the Republic of Columbia. FPTP was the primary method used until the late 1860s, when a form of MMP was introduced by force in the South whereby a proportional amount of black MPs were required to be...
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    The Democratic primary for state senate from the 1st Middlesex district in 2018. Mostly just done because the name "Drinkwater" is funny. Labels and saturated colors were done in a semi-abortive attempt at color-blindness accessibility.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    A map of the 2010 Plymouth County Charter Commission. Light blue - Dem. elected off write-ins Mid blue - Dem. elected in a contested election Dark blue - Dem. elected unopposed Light red - Rep. elected off write-ins Mid red - Rep. elected in a contested election Dark red - Rep. elected...
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    So Massachusetts voters rejected a constitution in 1778, and I could not find the text of said constitution for the longest time. So I transcribed it from the Boston Globe of March 23, 1778, as follows: Would be interesting to see what would happen if this constitution passed.
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    Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

    God, imagine how Trump would react to becoming Vice President.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    It is finished. Now to put an election on top.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    Four provinces remain, and things are going generally well.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    I've finished the outer regions and am now moving into the provinces with well over fifty members on average.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    So this is happening now. 1409 members from multi-member districts of 3 to 10 members, because now is not the time to make single-member districts.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    The presidential election in Massachusetts, now that they've uploaded the official results.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    - @Kanan on the night of the Massachusetts senatorial primary
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    Some assorted notes for a new semi-one shot: <uncertain long title> of Columbia - some sort of weird quasi-parliamentary quasi-presidential system where the President is technically independent from the legislature but the electoral college just about always elects them from whatever party wins...
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    A similar sort of demo map for the state house election. Unsure if this is the best way to label them, but it doesn't look too bad IMO.
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    While I can't make an official map before Massachusetts certifies its results next week, here's the state senate as per AP. There was, on average, 1.2 candidates per seat. This is very low. There were also all of five primaries that had multiple candidates, and that only brings the number of...
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    Caprice's Maps and What-Not

    Massachusetts has... unique state senate district nomenclature.
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