Florida's 4th congressional district


Florida's 4th congressional district

Infobox U.S. congressional district
state = Florida
district number = 4



representative = Ander Crenshaw
party = Republican
english area = 4,368
metric area =
percent urban = 78.2
percent rural = 21.8
population = 639,295
population year = 2000
median income = 43,947
percent white = 77.8
percent black = 13.5
percent asian = 2.4
percent native american = 0.3
percent hispanic = 4.2
percent other race = 0.1
percent blue collar =
percent white collar =
percent gray collar =
cpvi = R+16

Florida's Fourth Congressional District is a U.S. congressional district in Florida. Since 2001, the residents of the Fourth District are represented by Republican Ander Crenshaw. This district takes in most of Jacksonville along with a long portion of northern Florida.

History

The district was originally created by the Florida Legislature in 1943 as the 2nd District. Democrat Charles Bennett represented the district from 1948-1992. The district was renumbered as the 3rd District in 1967 and later as the 4th District in 1993. During the 1992 Congressional Election, Bennett chose to retire rather than fight an intense re-election campaign against challenger Tillie K. Fowler. Fowler won the election and became the first Republican to represent the district. She held the position from 1993-2000. George W. Bush received 69% of the vote in this district in 2004.

Resources

Baker County Supervisor of ElectionsNita Crawford, Supervisor32 North 5th Street, Suite AP O Box 505Macclenny, FL 32063Phone: 904-259-6339Fax: 904-259-2799Email: vote@bakercountyfl.orgWeb Address: http://www.bakercountyfl.org/elections

Columbia County Supervisor of ElectionsElizabeth P. Horne, Supervisor971 W. Duval Street, Suite 102Lake City, FL 32055Phone: 386-758-1026Fax: 386-755-7233 Email: election@votecolumbia.comWeb Address: http://www.votecolumbia.com

Duval County Supervisor of ElectionsJerry Holland, Supervisor105 East Monroe StreetJacksonville, FL 32202Phone: 904-630-1414Fax: 904-630-2920Email: jholland@coj.netWeb Address: http://www.duvalelections.com

Hamilton County Supervisor of ElectionsLaura Dees, Supervisor1153 US Hwy 41 NW Suite 1Jasper, FL 32052Phone: 386-792-1426Fax: 386-792-3205Email: elect@alltel.netWeb Address: http://www.hamiltonvotes.com

Jefferson County Supervisor of ElectionsMarty Bishop, Supervisor380 West Dogwood StreetMonticello, FL 32344Phone: 850-997-3348Fax: 850-997-6958Email: soejeffersonco@aol.comWeb Address: http://www.jeffersonvotes.com

Leon County Supervisor of ElectionsIon V. Sancho, Supervisor315 South Calhoun Street, Suite 110P.O. Box 7357Tallahassee, FL 32301Phone: 850-606-8683Fax: 8506068601Email: ion@leoncountyfl.govWeb Address: http://www.leoncountyfl.gov/elect

Madison County Supervisor of ElectionsJada W. Williams, Supervisor229 SW Pinckney St., Rm 113Madison, FL 32340Phone: 850-973-6507Fax: 8509733780Email: elections@votemadison.comWeb Address: http://www.votemadison.com

Nassau County Supervisor of ElectionsVicki P. Cannon, Supervisor96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3Yulee, FL 32097Phone: 904-491-7500Fax: 9044321400Email: vcannon@votenassau.comWeb Address: http://www.votenassau.com

Union County Supervisor of ElectionsDeborah K. Osborne, Supervisor55 West Main Street, Room 106Lake Butler, FL 32054Phone: 386-496-2236Fax: 386-496-1535Email: unionsoe@circuit8.org

External links

* [http://crenshaw.house.gov/ Rep. Ander Crenshaw's official House of Representatives website]


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