HomePoliticsWho Has The Best Electoral Vote Map? Who Has The Best Electoral Vote Map? Kevin November 2, 2004 Politics 6 Comments So far my vote goes to CNN. Among bloggers, MegaPundit’s race map is excellent, and Stephen Green’s map is very nice. Suggestions welcome. Exit Poll Issues High Traffic PSA Related Posts People Power The Most Bipartisan Congress Ever Never Underestimate The Power Of Stupid People In Large Groups About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 6 Comments J.R. November 2, 2004 C-Span has a nice one as well. Rather'sMap November 2, 2004 I don’t know who’s behind this one, but this guy’s obviously about as biased as Rather himself. Going into today, he’s had Kerry above 290 electoral votes for something like a week, while every other map I’ve been watching has been with Bush around 220-230 (or even close to 270), and he’s had Bush around 190-218 or so. It’d be interesting to save some screenshots from his web site for a post-election comparison. Last Google cache: Electoral Vote Predictor 2004: Kerry 298 Bush 231, today, the number magically closed, to Electoral Vote Predictor 2004: Kerry 262 Bush 261 where they are about now. Google cache : http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:dQTZcc3oagMJ:www.electoral-vote.com/+&hl=en&ie=UTF-8 and currently: http://www.electoral-vote.com/ I wonder how he would spin it if someone calls him on it. chris November 2, 2004 i like federalreview.com’s coverage. details, map, the works steve the llamabutcher November 2, 2004 we have a map up based on what tradesports electoral college futures are doing…. Spoons November 2, 2004 I’ll second the vote for CSPAN. -S- November 3, 2004 Yahoo News had a very, very up-to-the-minute one (I compared with the others and Yahoo’s updated in time with FOX News’ broadcasted numbers, while the others lagged for many minutes beyond that measure). I’m just too tired to include the URL, sorry. It was/is in Yahoo News’ Election News main page. Probably still is. I found the link on a lgf thread.