The Washington Times - October 8, 2008, 03:09PM

This election season has generated an array of fascinating marriages between politics and technology. One of the latest:‘s mortgage foreclosure stie, which lets users pinpoint the areas most (and least) troubled by the mortgage meltdown.



While of course there are many circumstances beyond any one legislator’s control, according to, here are the top 10 best and worst districts for home foreclosures. California appears to be hit hardest:

The Top 10 Worst Districts:

1) Dennis Cardoza (CA-18) at 4.59 percent

2) Mary Bono Mack (CA-45) at 4.51 percent

3) Jon Porter (NV-3) at 4.45 percent

4) Joe Baca (CA-43) at 4.16 percent

5) Connie Mack (FL-14) at 4.04 percent

6) Jerry Lewis (CA-41) at 4.01 percent

7) Howard McKeon (CA-25) at 3.86 percent

8) Ken Calvert (CA-44) at 3.59 percent

9) Shelley Berkley (NV-1) at 3.22 percent

10) Jerry McNerney (CA-11) at 3.16 percent


The Top 10 Best Districts:

1) Peter Welch (VT at Large) at 0.001 percent

2) Jerry Moran (KS-1) at 0.002 percent

3) Gene Taylor (MS-4) at 0.003 percent

4) Charles Boustany (LA-7) at 0.004 percent

5) Bill Shuster (PA-9) at 0.005 percent

6) Tom Latham (IA-4) at 0.005 percent

7) Charles Rangel (NY-15) at 0.005 percent

8) Bud Cramer (AL-5) at 0.005 percent

9) Alexander Rodney (LA-5) at 0.006 percent

10) Tim Walz (MN-1) at 0.007 percent