The standard (geographically correct and winner-takes-it-all) election maps look like a lot of red and some blue at the fringes. We know it gives a false impression, so how can it be represented in a more accurate and informative way? Here is a collection of adjusted election maps.
The one above shows the results by county, adjusted for population, and the democrat/republican ratio is indicated by color. A larger population means a larger area. Blue means strongly democrat, purple means closer to 50/50, and red means more strongly republican.