U.S. House, 2008: Who Has Got the Money in the Northeast Races
Connecticut’s 2nd District (East — Norwich, New London)
Connecticut’s 4th District (Southwest — Bridgeport, Stamford)
Connecticut’s 5th District (West — Danbury, New Britain, most of Waterbury)
Maine’s 1st District (South — Portland, Augusta).
Maryland’s 1st District (Eastern Shore, part of Anne Arundel County)
Maryland’s 4th District
(Inner Prince George’s County, part of Montgomery County)
Massachusetts’ 5th District (North central — Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill).
New Hampshire’s 1st (East-Manchester, Rochester)
New Hampshire’s 2nd (West-Nashua, Concord).
New Jersey’s 7th District (North Central — Woodbridge Township).
New York’s 19th District (Hudson Valley — Peekskill)
New York’s 20th District (North Hudson Valley – Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls).
New York’s 24th District (Central — Utica, Rome, Auburn).
New York’s 25th District (North central – Syracuse, most of Irondequoit).
New York’s 29th District (Southern Tier — Elmira, Corning; Rochester suburbs).
Pennsylvania’s 3rd District (Northwest — Erie)
Pennsylvania’s 4th District (West — Pittsburgh suburbs)
– Pennsylvania’s 6th District (Southeast — parts of Berks and Chester counties, Philadelphia suburbs)
Pennsylvania’s 8th District (Northern Philadelphia suburbs — Bucks County)
– Pennsylvania’s 10th District (Northeast — Central Susquehanna Valley)
– Pennsylvania’s 15th District (East — Allentown, Bethlehem)
Marie Horrigan, Greg Giroux, Rachel Kapochunas and Michael Teitelbaum contributed to this article.