The Pub - Pittsburgh Urban Blog
Posted on Wednesday, November 09, 2011 at 03:06 pm ET
Here are three maps from the general election yesterday. The first has the results of the race for Allegheny County Executive. The second has the county-wide turnout, which is calculated as the number of ballots cast as a percentage of registered voters. The third has the results for the referendum in the city of Pittsburgh for a small property tax increment to be dedicated to the local Carnegie Library. Each map is compiled by individual election district, of which there are over 1,300 across Allegheny County.
In addition to the images below, identical PDF versions are available via these links: Allegheny County Executive, Allegheny County Turnout, City of Pittsburgh Library Referendum
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