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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    Tumtitum just leaving this here: North Carolina State Senate elections from 2004 to 2010.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    B L A T A N T W I S H F U L F I L M E N T aka more from the electoral reform 'FAVA'-verse. In addition to the 'blue wave,' the 2018 elections saw something of a rainbow wave. The LGBTQ+ Victory Fund put large amounts of money into Democratic primaries in an attempt to get more LGBTQ+ candidates...
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    Follow-up to the last one: US Senators following the 'nightmarish' 2018 midterms.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    From the same thought-experiment world as the list I posted over in the lists thread yesterday, I present Oklahoma's 7th Congressional District. There's a map in there somewhere...
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    AH Run-downs, summaries and general gubbins

    My first attempt at one of these, from an electoral-reform thought experiment I've been making a few, as-yet unposted, maps for. President Romney is suffering from the six-year itch and an economy which has just smashed into a brick wall. State of Pennsylvania, 14th November 2018 The Big Two...
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    I made a few non-state legislative maps for a friend of mine from Pennsylvania today, thought I'd put them up here. They should be fairly self-explanatory. At some point I'll do an actual AH map...
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    Cartographicum Thandeum

    All mine are there.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    And North Carolina, completing my journey through the Deep South for this year's state legislatures.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    Aren't there a few chunks of the South like that? In particular, I'm thinking of the rock-ribbed counties in Kentucky and the West Virginia panhandle. Man, it really is true that the US never got over the Civil War.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    And Tennessee, where the shift seems most dramatic to me purely because I can vaguely remember Harold Ford almost winning 2006 and all the Al Gore ramping in 2016.
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    Greenealogist Makes Maps (and is bad at thread titles)

    Hi, I'm Greenealogist and am pretty new to this whole cartographical business, but without much else to do at the moment, I've started making some, and now I've made a few, thought it might be an idea to keep them consolidated somewhere easy to get at. Also, I figure if I make a thread, I'll be...