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VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 2, 2004
FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

John M. Halstead
(R)

John B. Larson
(D)

Barkhamsted 729 1,166
Berlin 2,727 6,245
Bloomfield 1,444 7,449
Bristol 6,160 15,494
Colebrook 319 479
Cromwell 1,963 4,691
East Granby 986 1,495
East Hartford 3,607 12,812
East Windsor 1,249 1,639
Glastonbury, part of 3,340 8,038
Granby 2,330 3,269
Hartford 2,681 20,280
Hartland 525 486
Manchester 6,232 16,489
Middletown, part of 941 2,662
New Hartford 1,335 2,073
Newington 3,519 10,478
Portland 1,227 3,288
Rocky Hill 2,333 6,182
South Windsor 3,260 9,458
Southington 6,236 12,518
Torrington, part of 2,767 3,797
West Hartford 7,536 23,169
Wethersfield 3,815 9,119
Winchester 1,550 2,661
Windsor 3,188 9,757
Windsor Locks 1,602 3,608

73,601 198,802

Plurality: 125,201

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 2, 2004
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Rob Simmons
(R)

Jim Sullivan
(D)

Andover 843 814
Ashford 983 1,127
Bolton 1,540 1,266
Bozrah 770 546
Brooklyn 1,760 1,337
Canterbury 1,484 992
Chaplin 538 491
Chester 884 1,165
Clinton 3,266 2,745
Colchester 3,794 3,355
Columbia 1,418 1,497
Coventry 2,841 2,957
Deep River 1,169 1,237
Durham, part of 1,570 1,254
East Haddam 2,310 2,046
East Hampton 3,063 2,842
East Lyme 5,274 3,713
Eastford 546 328
Ellington 3,736 2,899
Enfield 8,948 8,844
Essex 2,078 1,772
Franklin 619 391
Glastonbury, part of 3,404 2,587
Griswold 2,443 1,944
Groton 8,060 5,605
Haddam 2,191 1,969
Hampton 488 500
Hebron 2,603 2,122
Killingly 3,142 2,685
Killingworth 1,909 1,608
Lebanon 2,056 1,493
Ledyard 4,456 2,194
Lisbon 1,043 846
Lyme 785 615
Madison 5,493 4,431
Mansfield 2,510 5,129
Marlborough 1,792 1,552
Montville 4,272 3,030
New London 3,210 4,220
North Stonington 1,703 935
Norwich 6,100 6,426
Old Lyme 2,390 1,787
Old Saybrook 3,153 2,450
Plainfield 3,105 2,423
Pomfret 1,162 916
Preston 1,475 897
Putnam 1,757 1,518
Salem 1,255 776
Scotland 445 352
Somers 2,806 1,683
Sprague 705 550
Stafford 2,990 2,559
Sterling 715 521
Stonington 5,757 3,520
Suffield 3,585 2,721
Thompson 2,081 1,792
Tolland 4,179 3,274
Union 268 159
Vernon 6,271 6,124
Voluntown 707 415
Waterford 5,698 4,084
Westbrook 1,988 1,522
Willington 1,429 1,348
Windham 3,046 4,046
Woodstock 2,351 1,590

166,412 140,536

Plurality: 25,876

130 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate David R. Lyon

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 2, 2004
THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
 
TOWNS

Richter
Elser (R)

Rosa L.
DeLauro (D)

Ralph Anthony
Ferrucci (G)

Ansonia 1,604 4,902 164
Beacon Falls 875 1,617 79
Bethany 1,021 1,964 74
Branford 3,460 10,036 242
Derby 1,264 3,164 132
Durham, part of 314 673 33
East Haven 2,553 8,033 315
Guilford 3,312 8,676 189
Hamden 5,442 19,449 596
Middlefield 656 1,745 46
Middletown, part of 2,959 10,489 479
Milford 6,753 17,020 424
Naugatuck 3,597 6,945 355
New Haven 3,798 28,943 1,580
North Branford 1,859 4,428 107
North Haven 3,581 7,747 255
Orange 2,503 5,160 100
Prospect 1,833 2,457 94
Seymour 2,139 4,230 149
Shelton, part of 1,265 2,581 99
Stratford 6,242 14,594 446
Wallingford 5,286 14,127 471
Waterbury, part of 1,791 3,037 231
West Haven 3,791 15,016 463
Woodbridge 1,262 3,605 59

69,160
200,638
7,182

 

Plurality: 131,478

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 2, 2004
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Christopher Shays
(R)

Diane Farrell
(D)

Bridgeport 9,946 23,760
Darien 7,303 2,854
Easton 2,600 1,748
Fairfield 16,197 12,716
Greenwich 17,383 11,432
Monroe 6,111 3,906
New Canaan 7,394 3,125
Norwalk 15,426 17,720
Oxford 3,221 2,205
Redding 2,816 2,381
Ridgefield 7,654 5,794
Shelton, part of 8,451 5,909
Stamford 20,899 23,063
Trumbull 11,084 7,668
Weston 2,752 2,680
Westport 7,174 7,476
Wilton 6,082 3,896

152,493 138,333

 
Plurality: 14,160
4 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate Carl E. Vassar

 

VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
NOVEMBER 2, 2004
FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOWNS

Nancy L.
Johnson (R)

Theresa B.
Gerratana (D)

Wildey J.
Moore (CC)

Fernando
Ramirez (WF)
Avon 6,437 3,071 50 30
Bethel 5,152 3,254 79 66
Bethlehem 1,294 729 28 16
Bridgewater 719 369 7 2
Brookfield 5,432 2,520 50 40
Burlington 3,077 1,586 37 30
Canaan 325 226 6 4
Canton 3,367 1,729 47 31
Cheshire 8,722 5,025 86 93
Cornwall 417 437 8 6
Danbury 13,093 10,183 174 215
Farmington 7,907 4,720 73 85
Goshen 1,046 493 13 8
Harwinton 1,854 1,019 23 16
Kent 964 633 16 12
Litchfield 2,690 1,503 48 15
Meriden 10,769 8,576 189 349
Middlebury 2,403 1,140 37 45
Morris 868 402 9 10
New Britain 8,179 10,032 143 361
New Fairfield 4,643 2,033
53
51
New Milford 7,992 3,821
129
87
Newtown 8,574 4,294 91 109
Norfolk 502 395 6 5
North Canaan 886 463 14 12
Plainville 4,057 3,155 70 113
Plymouth 3,128 1,808 50 63
Roxbury 848 494 14 10
Salisbury 1,093 1,055 13 13
Sharon 825 580 11 9
Sherman 1,290 656 15 11
Simsbury 8,798 4,246 113 71
Southbury 6,602 3,838 65 49
Thomaston 2,323 1,149 48 27
Torrington, part of 4,168 3,060 96 72
Warren 500 206 21 8
Washington 1,159 842 21 11
Waterbury, part of 11,031 10,631 375 831
Watertown 6,817 2,902 92 109
Wolcott 4,917 2,397 80 70
Woodbury 3,400 1,766 45 31

168,268 107,438 2,545 3,196

 
Plurality: 60,830