Daily Kos contributor Daniel Donner on Tuesday tweeted a map of the United State re-imagined as a series of hexagons representing congressional districts -- the catch being that each congressional district would be the same size geographically.

The East is more recognizable than the West, since states there tend to be geographically smaller but have larger populations -- and thus there's more districts that were used to draw out the state. States like Alaska, Wyoming and the Dakotas, though, which are huge but don't have that many people and only one member of the U.S. House, are just a few dots.