This grid of voters (colored by party affiliation) has to be split such that:

- There are 5 regions of 5 voters each
- The regions have to be "continuous", in the sense that each square must share an edge with another square in its region
- The Blue party gets to choose the regions

Can the Blue party win the election by winning a majority of the regions, despite only having \(\dfrac{9}{25} = 36\%\) of the voters?

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