On Saturday, I posted population-adjusted election-results maps in the Kitzhaber/Dudley race, in order to graphically dismiss the notion that somehow a "small" part of Oregon voted for John Kitzhaber.
Tonight, I've got maps for you in the race for the U.S. Senate race between Senator Ron Wyden and law professor Jim Huffman. Of course, that race wasn't nearly as close as Kitzhaber/Dudley -- Wyden won by a 57 to 38% margin.
That said, the maps are still instructive. If you just looked at a geographic map, you'd be excused for thinking the race was close. After all, other than a few exceptions, the "only" counties Wyden won were in the northwest portion of the state.
But a population-adjusted look at the map, and you see what really happened -- a landslide for Senator Wyden.
Here's the maps: