By popular demand , here are some new maps of the Second District Supervisor race. Like the ones below , they compare June results to November results for each of the three candidates. This set, I think, is more intuitive. (But a bit trickier to calculate.)
This time, we just have two colors. Blue is up, red is down. The shading represents the increase or decrease in a candidate's November showing, as compared to June. The scale goes up to 10 percentage points. So if a candidate went from 20 percent of the vote to 30 percent of the vote in a particular precinct, that precinct will be solid blue. If a candidate went from 40 percent to 30 percent, it will be solid red. In between, in between.
Without further ado...