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Old 12-19-2010, 03:37 PM
 
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USA Electoral Map for 2012

I thought it was interesting to study the new electoral map for 2012, states like Florida and New York will soon have the same electoral count. Georgia will have the same amount of electoral votes as Michigan, and more than North Carolina and Virginia. Iowa will have the same amount of electoral votes as Mississippi. Arizona and Washington will have a higher elecotral count than states like Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Massachuettes.

These are just speculations, what are your opinions.
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Old 12-19-2010, 07:09 PM
 
Location: Tijuana Exurbs
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What's happened with this reapportionment is a continuation of the same trends that have been happening for 50 years.

The first reapportionment that causes California to lose a seat, now that would be a bit surprising and certainly interesting.
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Be careful with this political topic. Stick to demographics and avoid issues to keep the thread on topic for this forum.

If you want to discuss issues, City-Data has a Politics and Other Controversies forum, where you'll find many such threads.
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