- To: Bill and John, and other interested parties
CC: Clifford F. Thies
I see that the 2004 Libergraph has been posted at
As with the 2003 version that I copied from that rlc.org website earlier
to use on Version 5 of our new national brochure, the latest graph is
none too crisp or clear, certainly not clear enough for printing a
brochure, and I am hoping to obtain a sharper image for the brochure. I
sure don't want to recreate the thing from scratch, just to get a clear
copy for printing. If a sharper image is available for the brochure, it
would be much appreciated. Otherwise, I fear printed copies will have a
I had used a different image entirely for Version 4 of the brochure, but
some folks wanted the one showing the difference between Democrats and
Republicans. I agree with this idea wholeheartedly, but I need a good
image to work with. Does anyone have a URL for the 2004 Libergraph that
is sharper than the one I directed you to above? I sure could use it.
It would be nice if all past Libergraphs were clear enough to lay side
by side, in order to provide a quick visual reference that demonstrates
political movement -- whether because of new blood in Congress or
because of changing political views among returning members. I know that
one may study the individual member files, but that is far more than
most viewers are prepared to suffer.
- DGHarrison wrote:
> I see that the 2004 Libergraph has been posted atThat's a nice logo, but I was expecting (and it would be helpful to have) an
actual graph showing the scores of our favorite members of Congress.