OTL Election maps resources thread

Well, here's something.

Vermont's Democratic Gubernatorial Primary in 2010 was a tight four-way race, with eventual three-term governor Peter Shumlin eking out a win due to his strength in the usually progressive county of Windham, as well as remaining competitive in the rest of the state.

Peter Shumlin: 18,276 (24.8%) -- VT Senate President Pro Tempore
Doug Racine: 18,079 (24.6%) -- state senator, fmr. Lt. Governor
Deborah Markowitz: 17,579 (23.9%) -- VT Sec. of State
Matt Dunne: 15,323 (20.8%) -- Google exec, fmr. state senator
Susan Bartlett: 3,759 (5.1%) -- state senator

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Last week's Democratic Primary for Senator in TN, where DSA-backed Marquita Bradshaw won (after spending $5,778 compared to establishment-backed Mackler's $1.5 million) in a surprise upset.

Marquita Bradshaw (117,389 votes, 35.5%)
Robin Kimbrough (87,965 votes, 26.6%)
James Mackler (78,515 votes, 23.8%)
Gary Davis (30,673 votes, 9.3%)

Made with mapchart, results from NYT.

 
I might have just ended up redoing an election that's been done in the past, but since I hadn't seen it before and Wikipedia had an easily editable map of Greek regions sitting there I mapped the January 2015 Greek election.

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I tried to make it so the islands that are part of the numerous seats can all have their majority colour changed with one mouse click. If anyone wants to use it as a basemap themselves they're welcome to!
 
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Results of the 30 August referendums in Liechtenstein by municipality.
  • HalbeHalbe: a proposal to promote "[t]he balanced representation of women and men in political bodies"
  • Doppelte Staatsbürgerschaft: a proposal to allow dual citizenship
  • S-Bahn: a proposal to dual track the Tisis–Nendeln railway
I should note that the election website claims that the Rheinau-Tentscha exclave is part of the municipality of Mauren, even though from what I can tell from Wikipedia it's part of Eschen, so I coloured it based on the results in Eschen.

Sources:
https://www.abstimmungen.li/resultatestart/27
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Liechtenstein_referendum

 
Results of the 30 August referendums in Liechtenstein by municipality.
  • HalbeHalbe: a proposal to promote "[t]he balanced representation of women and men in political bodies"
  • Doppelte Staatsbürgerschaft: a proposal to allow dual citizenship
  • S-Bahn: a proposal to dual track the Tisis–Nendeln railway
I should note that the election website claims that the Rheinau-Tentscha exclave is part of the municipality of Mauren, even though from what I can tell from Wikipedia it's part of Eschen, so I coloured it based on the results in Eschen.

Sources:
https://www.abstimmungen.li/resultatestart/27
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Liechtenstein_referendum

So, what you're saying is, if I'm understanding these maps correctly, they possibly don't like those proposals, maybe? :p
 
The much-followed MA Democratic US Senate primary between Rep. Joe Kennedy III and incumbent Sen. Ed Markey.

Sen. Markey: 55.4%
Rep. Kennedy III: 44.5%

Perhaps the most shocking thing to me was Kennedy not sweeping all of Cape Cod. In fact, Markey won Barnstable County, and Kennedy nearly lost the town of Barnstable, where the Kennedy compound sits.

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The less-consequential MA Republican US Senate primary between attorney Kevin O'Connor and "creator of email" Shiva Ayyadurai.

O'Connor: 59.7%
Ayyadurai: 39.5%

MA 2020 Republican Senate Primary.png
 
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