Senators and Reps whose voting doesn’t quite match the constituent’s

Posted to Infographics  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

I know, it’s only April 2017, but some senators and representatives have some extra planning to as they figure out how to persuade midterm voters to re-elect them when the voters went a different direction for the presidential election. Kevin Schaul and Kevin Uhrmacher for The Washington Post use a scatterplot and scrollytelling to explain.

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