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2016 Election Results -- the best maps I could find.

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2016 Election Results, in map format. Thanks to NY Times, DailyKos and Ballotpedia for the maps. In 2017, Republicans control the White House, the Senate, the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, 33 out of 50 governorships, 68 out of 99 state chambers, and hold trifectas in 25 out of fifty states. This is impressive.

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2016 Election Results -- the best maps I could find.

  1. 1. 2016 Election Results, presented visually. Thanks to NY Times, DailyKos and Ballotpedia for the maps. In 2017, Republicans control the White House, the Senate, the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, 33 out of 50 governorships, 68 out of 99 state chambers, and hold trifectas in 25 out of fifty states. This is impressive.
  2. 2. Who controls the federal government?
  3. 3. Source: New York Times
  4. 4. Source: New York Times
  5. 5. Source: New York Times
  6. 6. Who controls the state legislative chambers? Note: this does not include gubernatorial races Note: i’m having trouble finding consensus on WA state
  7. 7. From Ballotpedia.
 https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislative_elections,_2016 In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, 68 chambers were under GOP control, while Democrats held majorities in 31 chambers.
  8. 8. Source: Ballotpedia?
  9. 9. Source: NCSL.org
  10. 10. Talk to me about trifectas State house, senate, and gubernatorial
  11. 11. • A trifecta describes a "single party government" — when one political party holds three positions in a state's government. • After the 2016 election, the Republican party held 25 trifectas, the Democrats held 6 trifecta, and 19 states had divided party control
  12. 12. Source: Ballotpedia
  13. 13. Source: Ballotpedia
  14. 14. Source: Ballotpedia

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