I don't know if my posting of election returns is interesting to anybody, but making charts of election returns has been my hobby for over 20 years. I have been making a chart of the vote for cities for President for 2008, and it is really fun if you were for Obama. I have this for over 4,000 cities so far. The largest city for McCain was Jacksonville Florida, by about 2,000 votes. Only 17 of the top 100 cities in vote, voted for McCain. The highest percent for McCain was 77% in Metairie Louisiana, and 23 cities in the top 100 voted over 77% for Obama. The highest being Detroit 97%, Washington 92.5%, Oakland 91%, Baltimore 87%, Cleveland 86% and Chicago 85%. Seatlle is next at 84.3% and San Francisco at 84%. McCain's largest margin seems to be in Mesa Arizona, 35,541. 52 of the top 100 cities have margins for Obama larger than that. This is of cities I have done, I'm trying to find a list of precincts in Phoenix (good luck) and would have to spend $100 to get info for Albuquerque (no chance).
So that brings us back to Boise. It appears, because Boise is another one of those cities whose precincts don't follow city lines that Obama carried Boise 54% to 44%. That would be the first time since 1936 Boise voted for a Democrat for President, and Boise voted Republican all elections 1900 to 1932.
A big woo hoo for Boise!