Andrew Tanenbaum posts the final county-by-county results on his election web site. There are several more maps at uselectionatlas.org, and there's a really nice map by Robert Vanderbei. If I didn't understand the phrase non-uniform distribution, I would be thoroughly depressed. As it stands, I'm merely confused.
What's that blue swath down the southern end off the Mississippi River, wiping through Arkansas and Mississippi and Louisiana? How about that horizontal blue stripe straight through Alamaba, turning up through Georgia and South Carolia and fading out in North carolia? Georgia? What are those blue islands in extreme southern Texas and the Kentucky/West Virginia border? I don't think these areas are densely populated—one of the strongest predictors of Democratic votes.
Anyone know where to find a nice cartogram of county-by-county results? For that matter, does anyone even know how to compute such a thing? Hey, look! A computational geometry problem!
Update: Here's Suresh's promised county-by-county cartogram, presumably with area corresponding to population or total number of votes cast. The Kerry counties in the south don't apppear to be high-population areas, especially along the lower Mississippi. What gives?!