Spin Control

There's a map for: Where the votes are, Spokane

Voters in the city of Spokane, broken down by precinct, for the Nov. 3, 2009 election
Voters in the city of Spokane, broken down by precinct, for the Nov. 3, 2009 election

Spin Control regularly reports the voter turnout in elections as a gauge of the relative strength of different areas or neighborhoods.

But turnout is a percentage of the people who vote divided by the total people registered. Some areas that have high turnout don't have as many voters, and some with a relatively high number of voters fail to generate much interest in the candidates or issues on the ballot.

This is a look at where the votes are, if a candidate or campaign can get them.


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