Atlas of the 2016 elections
By Robert H. Watrel, Ryan Weichelt, Fiona M. Davidson, John Heppen, Erin H. Fouberg, J. Clark Archer, Richard L. Morrill, Fred M. Shelley, and Kenneth C. Martis , ed.
Illustrated By [Cartography] Robert H. Watrel and J. Clark ArcherAdded January 10, 2019 //php get_template_part( 'content', 'page' ); ?>
The 2016 presidential election was one of the most dramatic upsets in U.S. political history. Virtually all pre-election polls indicated Democrat Hillary Clinton ahead of Republican Donald Trump in the popular vote and Electoral College. The Atlas of the 2016 Elections explains the surprising Trump victory with a series of unique maps unleashing the illustrative power of cartography and the explanatory power of history and political geography. The contributors--a balanced mix of geographers, political scientists, and historians--provide a comprehensive examination of the entire gamut of the election process from the primary campaigns and nominating conventions to the fall campaign and final results. In addition to the presidential election, the Atlas has full coverage of other important races, including United States Senate and House of Representatives, state races, and local and state referendum. Illustrated with nearly two hundred meticulously drawn full-color maps, the atlas will be an essential reference and a fascinating resource for pundits, voters, campaign staffs, and political junkies alike. -- Provided by publisherFind Book in Print