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Old 11-03-04, 11:40 PM
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United States County Map (Red/Blue)?

anyone have a link to one of those maps of the US that shows each individual county in either red or blue?
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http://alt.cimedia.com/ajc/pdf/elect...s_uscounty.pdf

Very interesting, yes?
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thank you.


a red america.
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Check out the crescent-shaped blue area across Dixie...the Blue Belt?
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When I see these, I am amazed at what tiny little counties most of the states have. Itty bitty.
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interesting. I wonder how many of those counties which are a bastion of blue surrounded by red are college towns
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Re: United States County Map (Red/Blue)?

Originally posted by MACD23
anyone have a link to one of those maps of the US that shows each individual county in either red or blue?
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Originally posted by RoQuEr
interesting. I wonder how many of those counties which are a bastion of blue surrounded by red are college towns
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Re: Re: United States County Map (Red/Blue)?

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Originally posted by MACD23
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interesting. I wonder how many of those counties which are a bastion of blue surrounded by red are college towns
A lot. Here in Florida, UF and FSU are both Democratic strongholds. The rest of the state is a sea of Red.
Check out the crescent-shaped blue area across Dixie...the Blue Belt?
Yes. I can't understand why the Democratic Party insists on giving up on the South. Amazingly enough, there's probably more blue counties in Mississippi, than there are in the State of New York.
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Originally posted by RoQuEr
interesting. I wonder how many of those counties which are a bastion of blue surrounded by red are college towns
i wonder if the people who run Nebraska Coeds are in a blue county since it's a center of learning and civilization.

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Originally posted by VinVega
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A lot. Here in Florida, UF and FSU are both Democratic strongholds. The rest of the state is a sea of Red.

Yes. I can't understand why the Democratic Party insists on giving up on the South. Amazingly enough, there's probably more blue counties in Mississippi, than there are in the State of New York.
In NY there are five counties with a combined population of 8 million or so. the bastards skew the vote for the rest of the state
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Originally posted by al_bundy
In NY there are five counties with a combined population of 8 million or so. the bastards skew the vote for the rest of the state
I know. There is "flyover country" in NY too, between NYC and Buffalo. I was just making the point that there are some Democratic areas in the South that can be cultivated, but the current Democratic Party doesn't like a tough road, so they give up.
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Originally posted by al_bundy
In NY there are five counties with a combined population of 8 million or so. the bastards skew the vote for the rest of the state
Those "bastards" are also registered voters, and probably generate more tax revenue than the rest of the state combined, although I don't know for sure.
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we generate more tax revenue than most of the country combined, and get less back from DC than we send awat
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Originally posted by al_bundy
we generate more tax revenue than most of the country combined, and get less back from DC than we send awat
Oh, I know. That's why you need to keep electing pork-loving Democrats to Congress.
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Question: Who decided which party would receive what colors?

Was this another decision of the media?

Both parties seem to accept it.
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There was one site that reversed the colors. I got very excited for a moment, but then reality set in. That was a cruel joke!
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Kansas had only 2 counties go for Kerry, the 'dotte and mine.
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Re: Re: United States County Map (Red/Blue)?

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I like this one better:
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we generate more tax revenue than most of the country combined, and get less back from DC than we send awat (sic)
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