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History of Voting

Maps and Voting

Due to our geography as the United States and the changing boundaries of our country, maps have always played a vital role in how voting is measured and how offices are allocated. As more portions of the population have been given the right to vote, the maps have become increasingly important from local elections to the Presidential elections. 

Interactive Historical Maps

Historical Reported Voting Rates- This interactive document from the United States Census breaks down voter turnout based on population percentages.