New York Times: Questions to Consider if Your Trump-Clinton Vote Doesn’t Really Count

2016, 2016 Presidential Campaign, Colorado, Iowa

The New York Times details disparities in voting power that show how little votes for president in states like California, Texas and New York compare to those in swing states like Nevada and New Hampshire.

Some of the greatest disparities in voting power per person have been along the borders of the states in yellow, including those between California and Nevada; New Hampshire and Vermont; Florida and Alabama/Georgia; Utah and Colorado; and Virginia and D.C.