Paul W. Eykamp, Ph.D.                                
Election 2004 US and California              

 


Links for the 2004 Election

Electoral Vote.Com
(where most of the charts on this page came from).
As near as I can tell, this is the best site for tracking the Electoral College.

http://www.electoral-vote.com/index.html

Or, you can try another map: 
Wall Street Journal Electoral College Map


California Elections

CA Official Voter Guide
CA Candidate Guide

CA Election Results
 

 Political Humor                        

For pre-Election information see Pre-Election 2004

A Topographical Map of the United States by county election returns and population (depressed areas have greater population density. (black counties are missing data due to census/data miss match)


Map by  Robert J. Vanderbei, Professor, Operations Research and Financial Engineering Princeton University

For a full sized map:  http://www.princeton.edu/~rvdb/JAVA/election2004/Election2004textured.gif  or alternately here.

Last updated  05 November 2004.  
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