|Indiana's 2nd congressional district|
|Area||3,679 sq mi (9,530 km2)|
Election results from presidential racesEdit
|2000||President||George W. Bush 53% - Al Gore 45%|
|2004||President||George W. Bush 56% - John Kerry 43%|
|2008||President||Barack Obama 49.6% - John McCain 49.3%|
|2012||President||Mitt Romney 56.1% - Barack Obama 42.1%|
|2016||President||Donald Trump 59.3% - Hillary Clinton 36.1%|
|2020||President||Donald Trump 59.3% - Joe Biden 38.9%|
Prior to 2002, the 2nd Congressional District covered east central Indiana, including most of the territory now in the 6th District. However, following the 2000 U.S. Census redistricting, the district was moved to replace most of what had been the 3rd District. [Almost all Indiana's districts have changed substantially, and most became more compact, since the redistricting following the 2010 census; - see http://www.in.gov/legislative/house_republicans/rd/pdfs/Congressional.pdf]
Counties located in Indiana's 2nd Congressional DistrictEdit
As of 2013.
| # |
| 45, 94, 96
| 50 |
the City of Peru
| 85 |
- 46 LaPorte County exists in both the 1st and 2nd Congressional Districts. Within LaPorte County, one whole city; Michigan City, and five townships Springfield, Clinton, Coolspring, Dewey, and Dewey exist in the 1st District, while one city, LaPorte and two townships; Hanna, Johnson, Hudson, Scipio, Union, Washington, Prairie, Pleasant, Noble, Lincoln and Wills, are partitioned by Indiana West 500N and Indiana South/North 600W.
- 64 Kosciusko County exists in both the 2nd and 3rd Congressional districts. Half of one city, Warsaw exists in the 2nd and 3rd Congressional districts, twelve townships, Clay, Etna, Franklin, Harrison, Jefferson, Lake, Plain, Prairie, Scott, Seward, Turkey Creek, and Van Buren exist in the 2nd Congressional District, and three townships, Jackson, Washington, Wayne exist in the 3rd Congressional District. They are partitioned by Indiana S 1000 W35, North 200W and West 700N.
Cities of 10,000 or more peopleEdit
- LaPorte - 21,732
- Elkhart - 50,949
- Plymouth - 10,033
- Mishawaka - 48,252
- South Bend - 101,168
- the City of Peru - 11,417
- Wabash - 10,666
- Warsaw - 13,559
2,500 - 10,000 peopleEdit
- Rochester - 6,221
- North Manchester - 6,112
List of members representing the districtEdit
|Democratic||Jill Long Thompson||86,253||45.77|
|Republican||Chris Chocola (Incumbent)||140,496||54.17|
|Republican||Chris Chocola (Incumbent)||88,300||46.02|
|Democratic gain from Republican|
|Democratic||Joe Donnelly (Incumbent)||187,416||67.09|
|Democratic||Joe Donnelly (Incumbent)||91,341||48.18|
|Independent||Kenneth R. Lunce, Jr.||3||0.00|
|Republican gain from Democratic|
|Republican||Jackie Walorski (Incumbent)||85,583||58.94|
|Democratic||Joseph Gerard Bock||55,590||38.29|
|Republican||Jackie Walorski (Incumbent)||164,355||59.26|
|Republican||Jackie Walorski (Incumbent)||125,499||54.8|
|No party||Richard Wolf (Write-in)||27||0.0|
|Republican||Jackie Walorski (incumbent)||183,601||61.5|
- "Partisan Voting Index – Districts of the 115th Congress" (PDF). The Cook Political Report. April 7, 2017. Retrieved April 7, 2017.
- "Indiana Election Results November 3, 2020". Indiana Election Division. Retrieved November 26, 2020.
- Martis, Kenneth C. (1989). The Historical Atlas of Political Parties in the United States Congress. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
- Martis, Kenneth C. (1982). The Historical Atlas of United States Congressional Districts. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.
- Congressional Biographical Directory of the United States 1774–present