We all know how the April 26 At-Large Special Election turned out, and most of us know how the vote broke down -- Vincent Orange won wards 4, 5, 7, and 8; Patrick Mara claimed wards 2, 3 and 6; Bryan Weaver took his homebase of Ward 1.
Sometimes, though, it's easiest to see things mapped out, and for that we've got D.C. for Democracy's Keith Ivey to thank. He mapped out the voting breakdown by precinct for each candidate, with a darker shade indicating a higher proportion of the vote. He also looked at which candidate won a plurality of the votes in each precinct and mapped those together according to campaign color -- Orange gets orange, Weaver green, Mara blue, and Biddle a shade of red.
All told, a great way to bring together geography and election dorks.