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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Interactive Map Traces US Presidential Candidates' Campaign Stops


With less than three weeks until Election Day in the UNITED STATES, Americans are voting early or preparing to vote soon. In the meantime, it is no surprise that all major presidential candidates still crisscross the country to make the case why he or she should become America's leader. ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.) published an interactive map depicting the campaign stops and routes Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took. This map is not fully comprehensive, however, since it does not include Gary Johnson (Libertarian Party) and Jill Stein (Green Party), two independent candidates who are the next-popular candidates. The Campaign Travel Log map also includes a basic summary about each stop. On October 13th, for example, Clinton appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and attended a private Hollywood fundraiser. Yesterday, Trump visited Colorado Springs and Grand Junction in Colorado. Access ESRI's map with this link: http://storymaps.esri.com/stories/2016/campaign-travel-log/.

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