No, this isn’t a post about electoral college reform, or a diatribe about the inherent inequality of the winner-take-all system—although both complaints are sound.

Most District voters know that DC doesn’t typically carry the “decisive,” or “battleground” moniker. But here it is visually. Nate Silver (the brilliant electoral scientist behind FiveThirtyEight) and Aaron Edlin put together a chart that “estimated the probability that a single vote in any state will be decisive in the presidential election.”

Looks like DC is buried somewhere in the 0 range.  Sorry, folks.