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Happy Holidays for Congress' Top 10 Wealthiest Districts

No scrimping or saving this Christmas for Congress' wealthiest constituents.


A holiday tree is shown lit in front of the Capitol building in 2004.(Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Depending on your congressional district, some stockings are more likely to be filled this Christmas season. While it may be a lean holiday in the middle of America, constituents on the coasts may still find a plethora of goodies under the tree.

Click below to view the Top 10 wealthiest districts in the U.S., as compiled by National Journal and The Almanac of American Politics.


Top 10 Affluent Constituencies This Holiday

1) Virginia-11: Gerald Connolly (D)<br> Median Income: $101,455 2) New Jersey-11: Rodney Frelinghuysen (R)<br>Median Income: $94,562 3)	Virginia-10: Frank Wolf (R)<br>Median Income: $91,470 4) California-14: Anna Eshoo (D)<br>Median Income: $90,905 5) New Jersey-07: Leonard Lance (R)<br>Median Income: $90,502 6) New Jersey-05: Scott Garrett (R)<br>Median Income: $87,505 7)	New York-03: Peter King (R)<br>Median Income: $87,066 8) California-42: Gary Miller (R)<br>Median Income: $87,051 9)	New Jersey-12: Rush Holt (D)<br>Median Income: $86,316 10) New York-02: Steve Israel (D)<br>Median Income: $85,847
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