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There's already a flood of maps showing the result of the 2004 U.S. Presidential election. These researchers at the University of Michigan made an interesting series of cartograms correcting for the large land area/low population density of many of the "red" counties and states.

Samples and a brief paper are online at http://www.cscs.umic...alizi/election/

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Mentioned on this page are the maps created by Robert J. Vanderbei at Princeton University. Here is the link to the complete version of those Election maps:

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