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Twitter Imagines 'What The Electoral Map Would Look Like If...'

With only 26 days left until election day, political analysts are busy crunching numbers to predict how everyone from your grandma in the suburbs of Philadelphia to your kooky uncle in Ohio (we all have one) will vote. Sure, people work very hard to make these forecasts, but there’s no reason you can’t participate, too! In light of the many “Here’s what the electoral map would look like if.
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