Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Thande, Sep 10, 2011.
MD 2018 by precinct. Hogan in Red, Jealous in Blue.
Long time lurker, first time poster - Took a crack at my first election map, the most recent election for county legislature in Tompkins County, NY. This county in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York is notable for its numerous institutions of higher education, especially in the City of Ithaca, home to both Ithaca College and Cornell University. Thanks to this large university presence the county is very heavily Democratic, and it shows in the county legislature. Democrats won 11 of 14 seats to only 3 for the Republicans on the most rural fringes of the county. Of the 11 seats won by Democrats, 6 were unopposed, and of the 5 that were contested, only 1 was contested by a Republican (District 14 in the east, centered on Dryden). Of the 3 districts won by Republicans, only 1 was contested, District 6 in Lansing, which they won by about 8 points (by far the closest race in the county).
If you want an upstate county with a landslide legislature, Schenectady only has one republican out of 15 (One Rep, 3 NY Conservatives, and 11 Dems)
Excuse me I was incorrect 2 Republicans, 3 Conservatives, and 10 Democrats
Is there any resource to find province/county/state-level data for the European elections in all member-states? For instance, to make a map with this as the base: https://mapchart.net/europe-nuts2.html
For Britain at least you'd have to add up all the individual council areas in each NUTS2 area as that was the counting division used.
Separate names with a comma.