Upgraded 2018 House Interactive Map Now Live

The new 2018 House Interactive Map is live.

  • There's a national map, as well as a map/URL for each individual state.  Here's Texas.
  • The national and state maps are interactive; rotate colors and create your forecast directly on the map
  • All the maps work together - changes on a state map will update the national map and vice-versa
  • Your map changes will be saved (if cookies are enabled)
  • Pan and zoom the national map
  • Table below the maps includes select district info + 2016 margin of victory (House & Presidential)
    • National map at full size:  Competitive districts
    • National map, zoomed:  All districts then currently visible in the map window
    • State map:  List of the full congressional delegation

More features, including social sharing of individual forecasts, will be coming soon.

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