TU's Center for GIS takes a deep dive into Maryland's election results

Maps show how Maryland voted on election day

November 29, 2020


Nearly a month since Election Day, it's becoming clear how Marylanders voted thanks Towson University’s Center for GIS, which has assembled stunning new data maps to get a closer look at the county level. The maps take look at the pattern of preference for president across the state, the margins of victory, and the winners when broken down by voting method.

The Center for GIS works collaboratively with clients to identify, analyze, and better understand data to enhance information access, deliver new insights, and utilize technology to inform business decisions.  The center provides a full range of application development services, geospatial data development and analysis, and customized GIS training.

Learn more about the maps and take a deep dive into the numbers on the EngageTU blog.

This story is one of several related to President Kim Schatzel’s priorities for Towson University: TU Matters to Maryland and BTU-Partnerships at Work for Greater Baltimore.