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CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICTS, 1992-2000

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  • 1st Congressional Election District
  • 2nd Congressional Election District
  • 3rd Congressional Election District
  • 4th Congressional Election District
  • 5th Congressional Election District
  • 6th Congressional Election District
  • 7th Congressional Election District
  • 8th Congressional Election District
  • U.S. Capitol (from First St., SE), Washington, DC, December 2017. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

    In the boundary description of congressional election districts that follows, all references to election districts, wards, and precincts signify geographical boundaries as they existed on April 1, 1990. These reflect Maryland's congressional election districts that governed elections from 1992 to 2000. They were enacted by the General Assembly in 1991 (Chapter 4, Acts of 2nd Special Session of 1991; Code Election Law Article, secs. 8-702 through 8-709).

    1ST CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,684
    Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne's, Caroline, Talbot, Dorchester, Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset Counties; & parts of Anne Arundel County & Baltimore City, including:

    2ND CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,683
    Harford County; & parts of Anne Arundel & Baltimore Counties, including:

    3RD CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,680
    Parts of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County & Howard County, including:

    4TH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,690
    Parts of Prince George's & Montgomery Counties, including:

    5TH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,681
    Calvert, Charles & St. Mary's Counties; & parts of Anne Arundel & Prince George's Counties, including:

    6TH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,688
    Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett & Washington Counties; & part of Howard County, including:

    7TH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,680
    Parts of Baltimore City & Baltimore County, including:

    8TH CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION DISTRICT
    1990 Population: 597,682
    Parts of Montgomery County, including:

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