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Connecticut Midterm Election

1992-2000 Congressional Districts
107th House, Elected 7 November 2000, Serving 2001-2002

Connecticut has 8 Counties and 6 Congressional Districts: 3 counties are wholly within a congressional district; 5 counties are divided among more than one congressional district.

In the State of Connecticut, unlike its 5 sister New England states, a Municipality (whether a City or a Borough) which is coterminous with a Town does not mean the eradication of that Municipality's status as a Town. Every part of Connecticut, therefore, is legally under some form of Town government, even where a Municipality has long been incorporated; accordingly, any such coterminous Cities (along with the one Borough where this term also applies- that being Naugatuck in New Haven County) are referred to only as Towns in the listing below:

CD # 1 includes:

  • in Hartford County: the Towns of Berlin, Bloomfield, East Hartford, East Windsor, Glastonbury, Hartford, Manchester, Marlborough, Newington, Rocky Hill, South Windsor, West Hartford, Wethersfield and Windsor;
  • in Middlesex County: the Towns of Cromwell, East Hampton and Portland;
  • in Tolland County: the Towns of Andover and Hebron.

most of the Town of Bolton (Tolland County) is in CD 1 but a small portion lies in CD 2.

CD # 2 includes:

  • in Middlesex County: the Towns of Chester, Deep River, East Haddam, Essex, Haddam, Middletown, Old Saybrook and Westbrook;
  • the entirety of New London County;
  • in Tolland County: the Towns of Columbia, Coventry, Ellington, Mansfield, Stafford, Tolland, Union, Vernon and Willington;
  • the entirety of Windham County.

CD # 3 includes:

  • in Fairfield County: the Town of Stratford;
  • in Middlesex County: the Towns of Clinton, Durham, Killingworth and Middlefield;
  • in New Haven County: the Towns of Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Milford, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Wallingford and West Haven.

most of the Town of Woodbridge (New Haven County) is in CD 3 but a small portion lies in CD 5.

CD # 4 is wholly within Fairfield County and includes the Towns of

  • Bridgeport, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Stamford, Trumbull and Westport.

the Town of Monroe (Fairfield County) is split between CDs 4 and 5.

CD # 5 includes:

  • in Fairfield County: the Towns of Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Easton, New Fairfield, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Weston, Wilton;
  • in New Haven County: the Towns of Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Cheshire, Derby, Meriden, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Oxford, Prospect, Seymour, Waterbury and Wolcott.

the Town of Southbury (New Haven County) is split between CDs 5 and 6.

CD # 6 includes:

  • in Fairfield County: the Town of Sherman;
  • in Hartford County: the Towns of Avon, Bristol, Burlington, Canton, East Granby, Enfield, Farmington, Granby, Hartland, New Britain, Plainville, Simsbury, Southington, Suffield and Windsor Locks;
  • the entirety of Litchfield County.


2002-2010 Congressional Districts
108th House, To be elected 5 November 2002, Serving 2003-2004

Congressional Districts re: Counties (and- in some cases- Minor Civil Divisions)

County orDistrict(s)
Minor Civil Division
Fairfield County  
Bethel CD 5
Bridgeport CD 4
Brookfield CD 5
Danbury CD 5
Darien CD 4
Easton CD 4
Fairfield CD 4
Greenwich CD 4
Monroe CD 4
New Canaan CD 4
New Fairfield CD 5
Newtown CD 5
Norwalk CD 4
Redding CD 4
Ridgefield CD 4
Shelton CDs 3 & 4
Sherman CD 5
Stamford CD 4
Stratford CD 3
Trumbull CD 4
Weston CD 4
Westport CD 4
Wilton CD 4
Hartford County  
Avon CD 5
Berlin CD 1
Bloomfield CD 1
Bristol CD 1
Burlington CD 5
Canton CD 5
East Granby CD 1
East Hartford CD 1
East Windsor CD 1
Enfield CD 2
Farmington CD 5
Glastonbury CDs 1 & 2
Granby CD 1
Hartford CD 1
Hartland CD 1
Manchester CD 1
Marlborough CD 2
New Britain CD 5
Newington CD 1
Plainville CD 5
Rocky Hill CD 1
Simsbury CD 5
Southington CD 1
South Windsor CD 1
Suffield CD 2
West Hartford CD 1
Wethersfield CD 1
Windsor CD 1
Windsor Locks CD 1
Litchfield County  
Barkhamsted CD 1
Bethlehem CD 5
Bridgewater CD 5
Canaan CD 5
Colebrook CD 1
Cornwall CD 5
Goshen CD 5
Harwinton CD 5
Kent CD 5
Litchfield CD 5
Morris CD 5
New Hartford CD 1
New Milford CD 5
Norfolk CD 5
North Canaan CD 5
Plymouth CD 5
Roxbury CD 5
Salisbury CD 5
Sharon CD 5
Thomaston CD 5
Torrington CDs 1 & 5
Warren CD 5
Washington CD 5
Watertown CD 5
Winchester CD 1
Woodbury CD 5
Middlesex County  
Chester CD 2
Clinton CD 2
Cromwell CD 1
Deep River CD 2
Durham CDs 2 & 3
East Haddam CD 2
East Hampton CD 2
Essex CD 2
Haddam CD 2
Killingworth CD 2
Middlefield CD 3
Middletown CDs 1 & 3
Old Saybrook CD 2
Portland CD 1
Westbrook CD 2
New Haven County  
Ansonia CD 3
Beacon Falls CD 3
Bethany CD 3
Branford CD 3
Cheshire CD 5
Derby CD 3
East Haven CD 3
Guilford CD 3
Hamden CD 3
Madison CD 2
Meriden CD 5
Middlebury CD 5
Milford CD 3
Naugatuck CD 3
New Haven CD 3
North Branford CD 3
North Haven CD 3
Orange CD 3
Oxford CD 4
Prospect CD 3
Seymour CD 3
Southbury CD 5
Wallingford CD 3
Waterbury CDs 3 & 5
West Haven CD 3
Wolcott CD 5
Woodbridge CD 3
New London County  
entire county: CD 2
Tolland County  
entire county: CD 2
Windham County  
entire county: CD 2


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