At a Glance
Democratic incumbent William Luther is not running in the 6th district in order to run in Minnesota's 2nd district race.
In the 2000 presidential election, district voters chose Republican and former Texas Gov. George W. Bush over Democrat Al Gore.
About 37.2 percent of residents in the
6th district make a living
as doctors, lawyers, managers and other professionals and
28.6 percent work in 9 to 5 office jobs as salespeople, administrative assistants or secretaries, for example.
Another 13.6 percent are employed
in transportation and production, jobs courted by powerful unions.
Median household income is $62,316 a year
and the median value of a home is $144,200.
Married couples make up 62.8 percent of the district's households,
and those with children represent 33.8 percent.
|American Indian, Alaska Native
|Hispanic, of any race
|Seniors, Age 65+
||6.7%||High School grad or equiv.
|Bachelor's or higher
Results from the 2000 U.S. Census not only created changes in the number of districts in many states across the country, but they also showed demographic changes within existing districts.
The district profile above is compiled from information in the 2000 census but reflects district boundries from the 106th Congress. Information about the new Congress is not expected to be released until at the earliest, January, after the next session has already started.