Who’s winning for best multimedia coverage of the 2008 election?

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A sampling of political interactives from various outlets

We have been inundated this political season with high quality multimedia interactives. I, for one, can say that I have been “wowed” on several occasions. Below is a recap of some must-see packages. If you have produced a political piece that is not included, please add it to the comments below.

USAToday.com:
Candidate match game I
Candidate match game II
Presidential poll tracker
Delegate tracker
Campaign finance tracker

NewYorkTimes.com:
Debate analyzer (primary)
Naming names
Endorsements of all shapes and sizes
Looking back: how different groups voted
Electoral map: key states
Debate analyzer
Presidential polls over time
Past events (candidates’ schedules)

MSNBC.com:
Candidates + issues matrix
Debate analyzer
Data explorer

WashingtonPost.com:
Democratic marathon
Choose your candidate
Pick your president
Showdown in Texas and Ohio

DenverPost.com:
Casting ballots

RockyMountainNews.com & MediaStorm:
At last, at last, a dream fulfilled

Boston.com:
2008′s ‘What if’s …’

Roanoke.com:
An uphill battle

Madison.com:
Candidate selector

Sun-Sentinel.com:
Cast your vote

Pollster.com:
Polls and charts

GlassBooth.org
Glass booth, election 2008

Topic for discussion:
Again, if you made a great political interactive and it’s not on here, please add to our list by putting yours in the comments below. After looking through these, who do you think is on top of the interactive political coverage and why? What site are you going to for high-caliber multimedia coverage of the 2008 election?

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