I'm not sure what to say about the image beyond its uncanny ability to make what I've heard for months much easier to comprehend -- that one candidate is doing pretty well in urban areas and the other in rural. I mean, wow, is that a difference.

The picture (from cnn.com) also displays another measurement of victory, that of geography. Here, it's interesting to me to see how little the land counts and how much it's about people. No surprise, but I catch myself wondering how the US can ensure it does right by the land. The recent hike in food prices comes to mind, as an example. Why are we subsidizing ethanol again, Iowa primary excepted for now? How do we vote our land?