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November 6th, 2012
11:53 AM ET

Your unprecedented interactive election tools

You know how we have some, to put it lightly, impressive maps that we move around on TV? Well now you have unprecedented ones of your own.
Creative new tools on let you learn all sorts of hard facts about the election - including how much campaign money made its way into and out of your state, how many TV ads were positive or negative, and how many times each candidate visited your neck of the woods.
And there's a lot more.
Watch, share, and be sure to stick with CNN for the excitement today, tonight, and beyond.
The electoral math
How much campaign money has been raised and spent in your state
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Filed under: Josh Levs
soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. Rob Rowen

    The Romney camp believes thay are going to win over 300 electoral college votes. Wow, they really live in a huge bubble. I do give them credit, they have managed to con almost half of the American voters into believing Romney and Ryan are for the middle class, which shows the world just how uneducated and unimformed the American voting public is. When the dust clears, the pools and the math model clearly give Obama an advantage that every gambling man or woman alive would bet the farm on. History will show that their were enough intelligent viters that steped up and saved the future of America, her middle class, by re-electing President Obama.

    November 6, 2012 at 4:22 pm |
  2. Chris Stuber

    There were 2 political analyst on the show yesterday saying "look at the exit poll data".. IWhere is it?
    Also, are the county level election maps available online?

    November 11, 2012 at 8:05 am |

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