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Geography of United States Elections | Lecture 1

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Uploaded on Oct 16, 2008

October 15, 2008 lecture by Professor Martin Lewis for the Geography of United States Elections (GEOG 5) course. Professor Lewis covers the basic principle of political geography; the "red and blue" map of the United States; different ways of mapping U.S. presidential elections; differences in voting behavior between national elections and state and local elections; electoral geography in selected foreign countries.

Offered by Stanford's Continuing Studies program, this course will last five weeks, and include a debrief after the presidential election. Each Wednesday, we will post a new recorded lecture on YouTube.

Geography of US Elections Course Website:
http://geog05.stanford.edu/

Join the Discussion:
http://geog05.stanford.edu/?cat=15

Stanford Continuing Studies:
http://csp.stanford.edu/

Stanford Channel on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/stanford/

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