Florida's 1st congressional district is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Florida, covering the state's western Panhandle.
It includes all of Escambia, Holmes, Washington, and Santa Rosa counties and portions of Okaloosa and Walton counties.
The current U.S. Representative from the district is Jeff Miller, who was elected in a special election following the resignation of Joe Scarborough.
- Main article: United States House elections, 2008
- Jeff Miller (R) 70.2%
- James Jim Bryan (D) 29.8%
Demographic Data (2000 Census)Edit
- Population: 639,295
- Male: 50.2%, Female: 49.8%
- Median Age: 36.1
- 18 Years and Over: 75.6%
- 65 Years and Over: 12.7%
- Employed: 52.5%
- Median Household Income: $36,738
- Families Below Poverty Level: 10.3%
- Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 20.2% (of those over 25)