Be Your Own Pundit
Get started with a map from our Library. Use generic Democrat vs. Republican or select from a list of prospective nominees to forecast one or more possible 2016 match-ups. Choose red for Republican states and blue for Democrat states. For a deeper, more realistic experience, use the full palette of colors available for each party. Track states that are safe, likely or leaning each candidate’s way to see how solid their projected electoral total really is. Build maps and make changes with a touch. With the 270toWin iPad App, the election truly is in your hands.
Save & Share Your Maps
Your election scenarios are automatically saved, and can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, text or e-mail. Whether you want to create a single map, a series of maps to project possible 2016 scenarios, or a new map every day - you are only limited by the memory on your iPad.
No Internet Connection Required to Use
Once you download, 270toWin is at your fingertips, whether you are online or not. No Wi-Fi? No problem. Create and save scenarios and view electoral history in the classroom, on a plane or at the beach.*
Go to the Library
Approximately thirty-five election map templates come with 270toWin. Educational on their own, any of these maps can serve as the starting point for your own 2016 forecast with a single touch.
Learn Election History
All prior presidential elections are brought to life with an engagingly interactive map timeline. View the candidates vying for our nation’s highest office, the westward expansion of our country, the changing composition of political parties and electoral votes, issues of the day and interesting election facts.
Learn State Voting History
Even if your state leans consistently red or blue today, this likely has not always been the case. 270toWin includes a screen for each state (and Washington DC); each one packed with facts and figures about a state’s voting history from the date of admission.
Split Maine & Nebraska
These two states don’t follow the “all or nothing” electoral vote approach used elsewhere. This allows an electoral vote in Maine and up to two in Nebraska to be allocated to the popular vote loser. You can reflect this on any map you create.
* Internet connection necessary to download App updates and for certain App functionality.