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Red vs. Blue

Mapping software telling the story of election 2012

Author image - Kevin O'Brienby Kevin O'Brien on

The pinnacle of a US Presidential election is the peak of months on end of campaigning, cold-calling and controversy. It is a 24 hour period in which the path of a nation is decided based on a simply astonishing number of factors whittled down to a simple choice between red or blue. Equally astonishing is the number of instant sources by which I, an Irish guy perched on my couch 3000 miles away, can follow the election as the exit...

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