Breaking down the vote on the Iraq War

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The New York Times has a fascinating breakdown of the vote by the House of Representatives on the withdrawal from the Iraq War.  You can view tabular data by state on the vote or switch over to the map view for a grid breakdown of the voting record by state with each box representing one representative.  The boxes are color coded blue for Democrat and red for Republican with light shades representing a “No” vote and darker shades presenting a “Yes” vote.  Click on the hyperlinks under the legend to further filter the votes by geographic region, income bracket, and voting record of residents in past presidential elections.

Source: New York Times – Roll Call


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