Updated 10:39 p.m.
While we’re working on Free the Files’ Election Day Challenge, and putting the campaigns' final emails through the Message Machine, we’re keeping an eye on some of the amazing election-related interactive projects our colleagues at other organizations have launched. Here’s the list we started. Let us know in the comments what we’re missing.
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Electoral Vote Scenarios
- NPR’s Swing States Scorecard
- New York Times: Paths to the White House -- along with a great article on how it was made
- Huffington Post
- NPR's Election Night Big Board
- The Guardian
- The Los Angeles Times including a handy cartogram
- The New York Times
- The Spokesman-Review
- The Washington Post
- Chicago Tribune
- The Guardian’s scrolling graphic novel
- Dan Sinker’s “Does David Axelrod Still Have His Mustache?”
- The Washington Post's "I Voted Because"
- Our own Jeff Larson’s Swing State Monte Carlo simulator
- Charting Election Night: The New York Times graphics team is live-tumbling past and present Times election results graphics
- Washington Post: Exit Polls 2012