I was just poking around on Wikipedia, and I found one of the most interesting images. It’s a map of the United States divided politically, where the color of the state represents the ratio of democratic to republican representatives in the 109th Congress.
Noteable states of interest include:
Arkansas, West Virginia, North Dakota, & South Dakota: Surprisingly democratic, when viewed against their presidential track record.
Minnesota and Mississippi: Right in the middle, though you’d expect them to both be at opposite ends.
Delaware: What the crap. You’re supposed to be blue. It’s your job as a member of the ‘New England Club’, which New Hampshire has just been kicked out of.
Anyway, I thought it was sort of interesting. If not colorful.
If that image is too unweildly to see easily
just let me know and I’ll scale it down.
Missouri: pisses me off.
I’m just glad kansas isn’t completly red
mostly because of wyandotte and douglas counties.
so does vermont not vote?
they’re too busy eating cheese. Delicious cheese. The people of Vermont will not apologize for their delicious cheese.
Thank goodness California is still pure.
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