County's new online mapping system provides election results
Genesee County is rolling out a new interactive mapping system and over time, they can add new features to aid with information discovery and search.
One of the first new services unveiled is an interactive elections map.
To use the map, there is an icon in the upper right that looks like a stack of papers. Click on it. If you click on the link, then, for either of the major parties, it will reveal a legend for what the colors of the map mean. Since Donald Trump swept the county in the latest primary election, that color coding isn't terribly revealing, but if you look at the Democrats, you can see which precincts went for Hillary Clinton and which for Bernie Sanders.
Erin Pence, with the Genesee County Planning Department, said there will be detailed map of national, state and local elections available after the November vote, with layers appropriate to each election.
The standard countywide GIS map is available by clicking here. It still provides several layers or current and historical data about the county, enough to get lost in for hours for the curious.
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