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Pennsylvania Get-Out-The-Vote Maps

FairVote2020 has developed an interactive map showing turnout in Pennsylvania for the 2000 presidential election.

Additional maps include census data on race, ethnicity and income.  Change maps by clicking the drop-down menu under "Compare Maps" on the left.  

At the end of this page is a link to Adobe maps showing nonvoters and 2000 turnout rates by precinct for Pennsylvania cities with  populations greater than 15,000. There is also a link to a second set of maps for the same places displaying Bush-Gore by precinct. Use the two sets in tandem to help target your canvassing efforts.

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                                   Turnout in 2000 Presidential Election  (18+ pop.)

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Map 1 (default map) -- Percent Turnout in Pennsylvania 2000 (by 2000 precinct)

At a scale of about 3 miles, the number of voting age persons (by precinct) who did not vote  in the 2000 election is displayed in purple boxes. This number includes both registered and unregistered persons and has not been adjusted for non-citizens. Precinct boundaries are those in effect in 2000.

 At a scale of about 3 miles, pie charts display in areas with significant minority population, showing race/ethnicity components for the over 18 population.

Note: Percent turnout is calculated using the population 18 and over. Votes cast is calculated based on votes for presidential candidates.

Sources: Census 2000,  Federal Elections Project, American University.

Maps 2 thru 17 -- Block-Group Socio-Economic Detail Maps

See SocioEcon mapper for map details.

Sources: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data and SF 3 Sample Data

Note: Block group boundaries cannot be displayed in Map 1. Precinct boundaries cannot be displayed in Maps 2 thru 17

.Map 18 --  Bush-Gore by Precinct

Head-to-head contest (minus third party votes)

View Map 18 in Google Earth (click for details)

Sources: Census 2000,  Federal Elections Project, American University.

Map 19 -- Bush-Gore by County (Head-to-Head Contest) Note that congressional lines are for the 109th congress ( 2005-2006), not the historical 2000 boundaries.

Source:  Dave Leip's Atlas of  US Presidential Elections

Map 20 -- Bush-Kerry by County (Head-to-Head Contest)

At a scale of about 200 miles, green labels  show votes cast for the two major party candidates by county. 

This map does not display election returns below the county level.

Source:  Dave Leip's Atlas of  US Presidential Elections, 12/03/04.

Map 21 -- Party Affiliation (State Senate) 2007

Map 22 -- Party Affiliation (State House) 2007

Map 23 -- Party Affiliation (Congress) 2007

High Detail  "Zoomable"-- Adobe format -- zoom to 200+)   

Birds-eye view of  turnout for the 18+ population in the 2000 general election. The numbers displayed in purple boxes show unregistered 18+ and non-voting registered voters, i.e. everyone over 18 who did not vote. These maps match the default map in the interactive map described above.

            Community-wide Bush Gore Maps 

Bush-Gore by precinct (head to head contest excluding third party candidates). The numbers in boxes show votes cast for the two major party candidates -- except for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh where it gets too cluttered to display.

  • Religious Congregations, Parks & Schools in Low Turnout Areas New 8/04
    Filtered to encompass neighborhoods that are 30%+ Below Poverty or 30%+ Minority (Block Groups)

    Adobe file           
    zipped Excel Spreadsheet  


Chart links:

Socioeconomic Data (congressional, county and city-level)