Nevada: Where Election Fault Lines Run House by House

2008, 2008 Presidential Campaign, Nevada

The New York Times has another article and map graphic in their Stateside series examining swing states, this time the focus is on Nevada.

Nevada is divided in large part between rural and urban voters, newcomers versus old-timers, the contours of the political discussion formed by growth, energy and immigration. While the voters in the rural area of the state are almost certain to go for Mr. McCain, and Mr. Obama is seen as having an advantage in southern Clark County — home to Las Vegas — Washoe County is widely considered the place that could tip the state one way or the other.