Chippewa County is located in the eastern Upper Penninsula of Michigan, and is part of the First
Congressional District of the Michigan
There are eight Regions in the First District. Region 4 includes the counties of: Chippewa, Mackinac, and Emmet.
The First District is the second largest congressional district in land mass east of the Mississippi River. Its boundaries contain much of the northeastern part of the Lower Peninsula in addition to the entire Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Altogether, the district makes up about 44% of the State of Michigan. It contains the second longest shoreline of any district in the United States, with Alaska being the first.
It contains all of 30 Michigan counties and a portion of the 31st. Making it comprised of almost 3/8th's of the states 83 total counties.