Our candidates—I mean entries—are in!
We have had another fantastic suite of vizzes submitted for our Politics Viz Contest.
This post officially launches the voting period for the Crowd-Favorite Award, which comes with a prize of $500!
Use the Twitter buttons and hashtags below to cast your vote. We will be counting distinct tweets for each contestant, so you only need to vote once for your favourite contestants. Voting will stay open until 11:59 p.m. PST on Monday, 4 July.
Meanwhile, the Tableau team will be judging each entry on design, storytelling, analysis, and overall appeal to pick the main-prize winner. And that winner will go on to take the stage at TC16 in Austin to compete in the Iron Viz competition.
The winners for both the Crowd-Favorite Award and the main prize will be announced on Tuesday, 5 July!
So what are you waiting for? Start voting!
Dustin Cabral - Mr. Popularity - Examining Presidential Approval Ratings Since 1941
Michael Dwyer - Growth of the Imperial Presidency
Lisa Dhyani - Trump's Tweets
Joshua Milligan - The Long Road to Women's Voting Rights
Curtis Harris - Kennedy - A Data Biography of the 35th President of the United States
Shawn Levin - The Modern History of the Presidential Necktie
David Childs - Birmingham Local Elections Comparison 2012 and 2016
Rody Zakovich - Presidents of the United States of America
Adam Crahen - Enough
Timothy Vermeiren - Rulers of Rome
Jacob Olsufka - Historical Presidential Election Results
Kevin O'Connor - 114th Congress 2015 Travel
Nicco Cirone - Mafia Tentacles on Italian Politics
Cameron Smith - Do You Vote?
Juanma Martinez - Referendum EU - UK 2016
Robert Rouse - US vs. THEM
Corey Jones - Inauguration Speeches Throughout History
Ben Fox- Does Your Vote Count
Valentin Lefèvre - Abstentionism
Sean Miller - Presidential Twitter War
Suraj Shah - Women of Power
Savio Henriques - EU Referendum 2016
Erin Simpler Kellett - Race for the 2016 Republican Nomination
Nahush Rao - 2016 Presidential Primaries: The Role of Super PACs
Kshitij Tiwari - Politics Viz - Presidential Spending Analysis
Ben Moss - London Has Voted
Ben Moss - How Scotland's Political Geography Changed, Seat by Seat
Damiana Spadafora - The Tyranny of Minority and Vested Interest: The Case of the Danish People's Party
Pablo Saenz de Tejada - Last 20 Years of Spanish Governments
Clément Sirvente - Manifesto Project
Matt Chambers - Red vs Blue: Republican & Democrat Voting 1964-2012
Maggie Faber - How Distorted Is Your View of the 2016 US Presidential Candidates?
Matt Hoover - No Vote: Where do America's Disenfranchised Groups Live?
Jason Cantrell - National School District Spending
Jane Crofts - The Great Unfinished Business of the 21st Century
Zack Gorman - Wheel Of Presidents
Pooja Gandhi - 2016 Presidential Election Primaries
Hamid Hajebian - Working Across the Aisle
Luke Stanke - How America Votes
Mike Evans - Where have all the Presidential Beards Gone?
Brit Cava - United States of Guns
Chloe Tseng - Women in Politics
*Please note: Due to a known bug this viz mightn't currently be displaying properly