2002 United States House of Representatives election in the District of Columbia

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United States House of Representatives election in the District of Columbia, 2002

← 2000 November 2, 2002 2004 →
  Eleanor Holmes Norton.jpg No image.svg
Candidate Eleanor Holmes Norton Patt Kidd
Party Democratic Independent
Popular vote 119,268 7,733
Percentage 93.01% 6.03%

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Results by ward:
  Norton—>90%
  Norton—80–90%

Delegate before election

Eleanor Holmes Norton
Democratic

Elected Delegate

Eleanor Holmes Norton
Democratic

Map of the District of Columbia At-Large district.

The 2002 congressional election for the Delegate from the District of Columbia was held on November 2, 2002. The winner of the race was incumbent Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), who is now serving in the 108th Congress from January 4, 2003, until her term of office expires on January 3, 2005.

The non-voting delegate to the United States House of Representatives from the District of Columbia is elected for two-year terms.

Candidates[edit]

Incumbent Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a Democrat, sought re-election for a 7th full term to the United States House of Representatives. Norton was opposed in this election by Independent challenger Pat Kidd who received 6.03%, resulting in Norton being re-elected with 93.01% of the vote.

Results[edit]

D.C. At Large Congressional District Election (2002)[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Eleanor Holmes Norton (inc.) 119,268 93.01
Independent Pat Kidd 7,733 6.03
No party Others 1,232 0.96%
Total votes 128,233 100.00
Turnout  
Democratic hold

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