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Maine 2002 Midterm Election Congressional Districts
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|1992-2000 Congressional Districts|
|107th House, Elected 7 November 2000, Serving 2001-2002|
Maine has 16 Counties and 2 Congressional Districts: 15 counties are wholly within a congressional district; only one county is split between the state's 2 congressional districts.
UNDIVIDED COUNTIES (those wholly within one Congressional District):
Only Kennebec County is divided between CDs 1 and 2: the Towns of Monmouth and Wayne in western Kennebec County and the Towns of Albion and China- along with the unorganized territory of Unity- in eastern Kennebec County are in CD # 2. The remainder of Kennebec County (the central portion of the county) lies in CD # 1.
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