Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Lower 48 graph

The interesting thread of comments on Wednesday’s post about “electoral hex” led me to look more closely at the graph for the Lower 48 states: I’ve constructed the graph—and it wasn’t easy, by the way—on the rule that two states … Continue reading

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Electoral hex

Democrats here in the U.S. are having quite a primary season. With high hopes of winning the general election in November, we are deadlocked over which candidate to nominate. Should we just wait to let the delegates slug it out … Continue reading

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