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VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 5, 2002
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Phil Steele
(R)

John B. Larson
(D)

Barkhamsted

663

690

Berlin

2,661

4,117

Bloomfield

1,394

5,444

Bristol

5,318

9,952

Colebrook

292

334

Cromwell

1,657

2,882

East Granby

824

957

East Hartford

3,127

8,943

East Windsor

1,052

1,910

Glastonbury, part of

3,353

5,863

Granby

1,939

1,936

Hartford

1,949

13,189

Hartland

457

291

Manchester

5,987

11,292

Middletown, part of

678

1,520

New Hartford

1,198

1,302

Newington

3,280

7,262

Portland

1,083

2,225

Rocky Hill

2,150

3,875

South Windsor

3,115

6,851

Southington

5,603

8,175

Torrington, part of

2,345

2,541

West Hartford

7,269

16,332

Wethersfield

3,845

6,479

Winchester

1,417

1,684

Windsor

2,886

6,464

Windsor Locks

1,426

2,188

Totals:

66,968

134,698

Plurality: 67,730

4 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate Max F. Welch
18 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate Miriam J. Masullo

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 5, 2002
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Rob Simmons
(R)

Joe Courtney
(D)

Andover

613

594

Ashford

686

832

Bolton

1,190

911

Bozrah

576

448

Brooklyn

1,116

919

Canterbury

966

711

Chaplin

367

390

Chester

719

841

Clinton

2,547

1,891

Colchester

2,430

2,273

Columbia

1,079

1,093

Coventry

1,842

2,050

Deep River

917

874

Durham, part of

1,213

892

East Haddam

1,751

1,394

East Hampton

2,182

1,833

East Lyme

3,491

2,749

Eastford

424

255

Ellington

2,392

1,895

Enfield

6,490

6,071

Essex

1,684

1,168

Franklin

447

301

Glastonbury, part of

2,982

1,814

Griswold

1,480

1,434

Groton

5,273

4,122

Haddam

1,594

1,332

Hampton

365

363

Hebron

1,910

1,409

Killingly

1,949

1,719

Killingworth

1,399

1,061

Lebanon

1,414

1,141

Ledyard

2,958

1,680

Lisbon

744

637

Lyme

659

426

Madison

4,657

2,605

Mansfield

1,516

3,152

Marlborough

1,432

1,073

Montville

2,650

2,377

New London

1,988

2,889

North Stonington

1,205

614

Norwich

4,108

4,784

Old Lyme

2,052

1,386

Old Saybrook

2,582

1,644

Plainfield

2,036

1,881

Pomfret

940

653

Preston

1,011

667

Putnam

1,128

930

Salem

851

548

Scotland

307

262

Somers

2,064

1,217

Sprague

505

447

Stafford

2,166

2,010

Sterling

461

325

Stonington

4,149

2,546

Suffield

2,569

1,700

Thompson

1,395

1,122

Tolland

2,807

2,421

Union

227

106

Vernon

4,187

5,017

Voluntown

461

350

Waterford

3,894

3,315

Westbrook

1,491

1,009

Willington

967

1,013

Windham

2,076

3,070

Woodstock

1,703

1,018

Totals:

117,434

99,674

Plurality: 17,760

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOV
EMBER 5, 2002
THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Richard
Elser (R)

Rosa L.
DeLauro (D)

Charles A.
Pillsbury (G)

Ansonia

1,268

3,098

71

Beacon Falls

761

1,163

77

Bethany

767

1,187

161

Branford

2,705

6,224

509

Derby

958

2,134

95

Durham, part of

278

427

36

East Haven

2,119

4,945

149

Guilford

2,555

5,027

443

Hamden

4,196

11,317

1,261

Middlefield

542

1,277

72

Middletown, part of

2,427

6,617

604

Milford

5,078

10,240

520

Naugatuck

2,817

4,477

197

New Haven

2,494

15,504

2,480

North Branford

1,350

2,584

125

North Haven

3,294

5,137

294

Orange

1,968

3,149

174

Prospect

1,412

1,571

46

Seymour

1,694

2,516

104

Shelton, part of

1,123

1,665

73

Stratford

4,862

9,003

275

Wallingford

4,524

9,189

549

Waterbury, part of

1,675

2,161

94

West Haven

2,791

8,736

462

Woodbridge

1,099

2,209

179

Totals:

54,757

121,557

9,050

 

Plurality: 66,800

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 5, 2002
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Christopher Shays
(R)

Stephanie H. Sanchez
(D)

Bridgeport

6,814

10,779

Darien

5,294

1,254

Easton

1,883

747

Fairfield

12,191

5,563

Greenwich

11,804

5,750

Monroe

4,461

1,398

New Canaan

4,876

1,376

Norwalk

12,058

7,739

Oxford

2,366

926

Redding

1,964

1,244

Ridgefield

5,270

2,857

Shelton, part of

6,726

2,401

Stamford

16,274

10,910

Trumbull

9,043

3,208

Weston

2,101

1,002

Westport

5,764

3,558

Wilton

4,308

1,779

Totals:

113,197

62,491

 

Plurality: 50,706

7 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate Carl E. Vassar

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 5, 2002
FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Nancy
Johnson (R)

Jim
Maloney (D)

Joseph A.
Zdonczyk (CC)

Walter J.
Gengarelly (L)

Avon

4,743

2,390

55

46

Bethel

2,990

2,598

74

49

Bethlehem

973

576

39

23

Bridgewater

509

295

11

5

Brookfield

3,325

2,219

45

31

Burlington

2,069

1,265

38

14

Canaan

225

187

9

9

Canton

2,311

1,307

43

21

Cheshire

5,911

4,452

206

69

Cornwall

291

361

7

12

Danbury

7,201

8,102

139

89

Farmington

5,943

3,618

99

64

Goshen

799

375

15

12

Harwinton

1,407

787

53

25

Kent

636

495

15

4

Litchfield

2,363

1,268

65

36

Meriden

6,607

8,245

254

106

Middlebury

1,803

1,169

67

19

Morris

631

331

17

13

New Britain

7,244

7,094

272

78

New Fairfield

2,778

1,834

45

20

New Milford

5,056

2,988

107

66

Newtown

4,908

3,464

93

65

Norfolk

366

296

13

9

North Canaan

613

353

15

8

Plainville

2,671

2,629

115

34

Plymouth

1,844

1,475

70

26

Roxbury

630

395

15

10

Salisbury

817

789

24

9

Sharon

609

473

7

9

Sherman

823

497

10

7

Simsbury

6,480

3,267

94

52

Southbury

4,825

2,924

132

64

Thomaston

1,644

1,018

66

24

Torrington, part of

3,043

2,478

160

52

Warren

326

174

14

8

Washington

876

628

10

11

Waterbury, part of

7,070

10,879

672

167

Watertown

4,788

2,786

241

67

Wolcott

3,009

2,742

214

36

Woodbury

2,469

1,393

69

34

Totals:

113,626

90,616

3,709

1,503

 

Plurality: 23,010