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Vermont's congressional districts

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Vermont's congressional districts

The U.S. state of Vermont currently has one congressional district, whose Representative in the United States House of Representatives is elected statewide at-Large. At one time, however, it had as many as six districts.

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Current district

  • At-large district, currently represented by Peter Welch (D)
  • Obsolete districts

  • 1st district, obsolete since reapportionment after the 1930 census
  • 2nd district, obsolete since reapportionment after the 1930 census
  • 3rd district, obsolete since reapportionment after the 1880 census
  • 4th district, obsolete since reapportionment after the 1850 census
  • 5th district, obsolete since reapportionment after the 1840 census
  • 6th district, only used from 1821 to 1823, and obsolete since reapportionment after the 1820 census
  • References

    Vermont's congressional districts Wikipedia


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