Vertiginous blue spires on the urban coast and crimson plateaus stretching from the Central Valley to suburban SoCal — this is the presidential race for California cash, in 3D.

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In the map below, each zip code is colored according to the candidate who amassed more individual contributions from its residents. That’s blue for former Vice President Joe Biden and red for President Donald Trump. The taller the zip code, the bigger that candidate’s haul.

Biden’s most towering haul: 94114, San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood, home to many of the region’s tech luminaries. Trump’s most lucrative California zip: 92660, in Newport Beach, Orange County.

Here’s how to explore this dichromatic view of the state: 

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Via the Post It, CalMatters political reporter Ben Christopher shares frequent updates from the (socially distanced) 2020 campaign trail.

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Ben Christopher

Ben covers California politics and elections. Prior to that, he was a contributing writer for CalMatters reporting on the state's economy and budget. Based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, he has written...