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JerryArkansas
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« on: May 12, 2017, 04:52:21 pm »

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A map I came up with quickly.

1st 59.7-39.0 Obama
2nd 54.6-44.0 Obama
3rd 56.2-42.6 Obama

All three also have a Democratic average vote in DRA as well.  Could unpack the 1st to make the second more safe if you wanted.
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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2017, 06:51:07 pm »

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A map I came up with quickly.

1st 59.7-39.0 Obama
2nd 54.6-44.0 Obama
3rd 56.2-42.6 Obama

All three also have a Democratic average vote in DRA as well.  Could unpack the 1st to make the second more safe if you wanted.

About what would this have looked like with 2016 numbers?
Because of the split it is hard to tell, but all three would vote for her, but the 2nd is cutting it really close, only by 5 thousand votes.  But because of turnout, that still is almost a good 3 point margin of victory.  The first had about a 20 thousand vote margin, while the third was won by 14 thousand. 

Not too bad of a map (in voting Democratic on the Presidental level), considering I was using 8-year-old numbers to draw the districts.
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