Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are practically tied in the current count of Spokane County ballots. But that doesn't mean it's an even split around the county.
Here's a look at how the votes broke down in the primary, based on the latest numbers. Darkest blue is where Clinton is over 60 percent; lightest blue is where Obama is over 60 percent.
Medium blues are where each is between 50 and 60 percent. There are a few precincts where they tied, in white.
Note to Republicans: The GOP primary map shows a near sweep for Sen. John McCain. Take this map, and just color it a shade of red of your choice, and label it "McCain."
For a larger version of the Democratic map, click here