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The 2016 election is in your hands with the 270toWin App. It takes 270 electoral votes to win the White House. Make your predictions by starting with one of the many Library maps or create your own from a blank map. With one touch you are on your way to deciding which states will go to the Republican party, which ones will go to the Democratic party and which ones are leaning, likely or undecided. You can further customize each map you create by selecting a specific candidate for each party.
The maps you create are automatically saved and can easily be shared through social media. Make as many predictions and maps as you like; you are only limited by the memory on your iPad.
Learn election and state voting history as well. The History section contains an engaging interactive timeline. View candidates, the changing composition of the country and political parties, issues of the day and election facts.
Even if your state leans red or blue today, this likely has not always been the case. The App contains a screen for each state, packed with facts and figures about a state's voting history from the date of admission. It even includes an early projection of the electoral votes each state will have after the 2020 Census.
What's New in Version 1.5
• More user control over map interaction
• Choose from three color sets for each map
• Electoral vote count now changes as user scrolls through history
• Included electoral vote counts for 2020 and an estimate for 2024
Could use some updates, but overall solid.
270towin has been my favorite election tool since college.
Some suggestions? Could use split screen and please take off Sanders. He conceded in July.
Other than that this app is not as aggressive yet not as aloof at times either. Good job.
A great visual history
This app offers a great visual history of US presidential elections using thematic maps. There is a lot of content here and the app is easy to use.
Starving for Customization
I'm really surprised that with this Primary season, there's no delegate map. Instead of trying to make a lot of map scenarios with limited options, it'd be so much more useful if users could just set their own variables, names, qty of candidates, and colors.