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Google Earth integrates election info to US map

Simply by clicking on the red, white, and blue star associated with a district, like the 8th district in the crucial swing state of Ohio, users can see all candidates running for Congress in that district.

Simply by clicking on the red, white, and blue star associated with a district, like the 8th district in the crucial swing state of Ohio, users can see all candidates running for Congress in that district.

Zoom in far enough, and the district lines for every state are shown, like New York in this picture.

Zoom in far enough, and the district lines for every state are shown, like New York in this picture.

With the single click of a button, users can bring up a Google Image search of any candidate on the selected district's ticket, like incumbent Senator Nancy Pelosi of California.

With the single click of a button, users can bring up a Google Image search of any candidate on the selected district’s ticket, like incumbent Senator Nancy Pelosi of California.

Users can also bring up Google News searches of any candidate. In this image, news is shown about Senator "Macaca" himself, George Allen.

Users can also bring up Google News searches of any candidate. In this image, news is shown about Senator "Macaca" himself, George Allen.

From the click of any district within a state, users are provided with a link to that state’s official voter registration page.

Also available from any district information page is a link to the Federal Election Commission’s reports on campaign finance.