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United States House of Representatives elections, 2016

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The 2016 United States House of Representatives elections were held on November 8, 2016, to elect representatives for all 435 congressional districts across each of the 50 U.S. states. Non-voting members for the District of Columbia and Territories of the United States were also elected. These elections coincided with the election of President Donald Trump. The winners of this election serve in the 115th Congress, with seats apportioned among the states based on the 2010 United States Census. In October 2015, the House elected a new Speaker, Republican Paul Ryan, who was re-elected in the new term. Democrat Nancy Pelosi continued to lead her party as Minority Leader.

United States House of Representatives elections, 2016
United States
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All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives[Note 1]
218 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 54.7% of total eligible
  Majority party Minority party
  Paul Ryan 113th Congress.jpg Nancy Pelosi 113th Congress 2013.jpg
Leader Paul Ryan Nancy Pelosi
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since October 29, 2015 January 3, 2003
Leader's seat Wisconsin-1st California-12th
Last election 247 seats, 51.2% 188 seats, 45.5%
Seats won 241 194
Seat change Decrease 6 Increase 6
Popular vote 63,173,815 61,776,554
Percentage 49.1% 48.0%
Swing Decrease 2.1% Increase 2.5%

US House 2016.svg
Results:
  Democratic hold
  Democratic gain
  Republican hold
  Republican gain

Speaker before election

Paul Ryan
Republican

Elected Speaker

Paul Ryan
Republican

Elections were also held on the same day for the U.S. Senate, many Governors, and other state and local elections.

Results summaryEdit

241 194
Republican Democratic
Popular vote
Republican
49.11%
Democratic
48.03%
Libertarian
1.29%
Green
0.38%
Other
1.19%
House seats
Republican
55.40%
Democratic
44.60%
e • d Summary of the November 8, 2016, United States House of Representatives election results
Parties Seats Popular vote
2014 2016 +/- Strength Vote % Change
  Republican Party 247 241 Decrease 6 55.40% 63,173,815 49.1% -2.1%
  Democratic Party 188 194 Increase 6 44.60% 61,776,554 48.0% +2.5%
  Libertarian Party - - - - 1,661,199 1.3% +0.1%
  Independent - - - - 881,664 0.7% -0.1%
  Green Party - - - - 491,095 0.4% +0.1%
  Constitution Party - - - - 95,008 0.1%
  Legal Marijuana Now Party - - - - 64,005 <0.1% -
  Reform Party - - - - 49,723 <0.1% -
  Conservative Party - - - - 48,764 <0.1% -
  Independence Party - - - - 35,926 <0.1% -0.1%
  Independent American Party - - - - 32,366 <0.1% -
  Progressive Party - - - - 32,140 <0.1% -
  Liberty Union Party - - - - 29,410 <0.1% -
  American Party - - - - 19,606 <0.1% -
  Working Class Party - - - - 18,018 <0.1% -
  People's Choice Party - - - - 11,825 <0.1% -
  Veterans Party - - - - 8,696 <0.1% -
  Economic Growth Party - - - - 5,840 <0.1% -
  Socialist Party - - - - 5,473 <0.1% -
  Wake Up America Party - - - - 4,381 <0.1% -
  Natural Law Party - - - - 4,088 <0.1% -
  Women of Power Party - - - - 3,719 <0.1% -
  Make Government Work Party - - - - 2,653 <0.1% -
  Harris Bhatti Party - - - - 2,123 <0.1% -
  American Independent Party - - - - 1,971 <0.1% -
  NSA Did 911 Party - - - - 1,897 <0.1% -
  Transparent Government Party - - - - 1,877 <0.1% -
  New Beginning's Party - - - - 1,746 <0.1% -
  Representing the 99% Party - - - - 1,574 <0.1% -
  We the People Party - - - - 1,311 <0.1% -
  For Political Revolution Party - - - - 1,232 <0.1% -
  Others - - - - 157,311 0.1% -1.2%
Totals 435 435 0 100.0% 128,627,010 100.0% -
Source: [1] Election Statistics – Office of the Clerk (note: does not include blank and over/under votes)

Incumbents not seeking re-electionEdit

House votes by party holding plurality in state
Open seats highlighted by party.
Democratic-held seats:      Retiring      Not retiring
Republican-held seats:      Retiring      Not retiring

Forty-three Representatives declined to seek re-election in 2016.

DemocratsEdit

Eighteen Democrats retired.

  1. Arizona 1: Ann Kirkpatrick: to run for the U.S. Senate[1] (lost general election)
  2. California 20: Sam Farr: retired.[2]
  3. California 24: Lois Capps: retired.[3]
  4. California 44: Janice Hahn: to run for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors[4] (won general election)
  5. California 46: Loretta Sanchez: to run for the U.S. Senate[5] (lost general election)
  6. Delaware at-large: John Carney: to run for Governor of Delaware[6] (won gubernatorial election)
  7. Florida 2: Gwen Graham: retired.[7]
  8. Florida 9: Alan Grayson: to run for the U.S. Senate[8] (lost primary)
  9. Florida 18: Patrick Murphy: to run for the U.S. Senate[9] (lost general election)
  10. Hawaii 1: Mark Takai: retired.[10] (died on July 20, 2016)
  11. Illinois 8: Tammy Duckworth: to run for the U.S. Senate[11] (won general election)
  12. Maryland 4: Donna Edwards: to run for the U.S. Senate (lost primary)
  13. Maryland 8: Chris Van Hollen: to run for the U.S. Senate[12] (won general election)
  14. New York 3: Steve Israel: retired.[13]
  15. New York 13: Charles Rangel: retired.[14][15]
  16. Puerto Rico at-large: Pedro Pierluisi: to run for Governor of Puerto Rico (lost primary)[16]
  17. Texas 15: Rubén Hinojosa: retired.[17]
  18. Washington 7: Jim McDermott: retired.[18]

RepublicansEdit

Twenty-five Republicans retired.

  1. Arizona 5: Matt Salmon: retired.[19]
  2. Florida 1: Jeff Miller: retired.[20]
  3. Florida 4: Ander Crenshaw: retired.[21]
  4. Florida 11: Rich Nugent: retired.[22]
  5. Florida 19: Curt Clawson: retired.[23]
  6. Georgia 3: Lynn Westmoreland: retired.[24]
  7. Indiana 3: Marlin Stutzman: to run for the U.S. Senate (lost primary)[25]
  8. Indiana 9: Todd Young: to run for the U.S. Senate[26] (won general election)
  9. Kentucky 1: Ed Whitfield: retired.[27] (Resigned effective September 6)
  10. Louisiana 3: Charles Boustany: to run for the U.S. Senate[28] (Failed to make run-off election)
  11. Louisiana 4: John Fleming: to run for the U.S. Senate [29] (Failed to make run-off election)
  12. Michigan 1: Dan Benishek: retired.[30]
  13. Michigan 10: Candice Miller: retired.[31]
  14. Minnesota 2: John Kline: retired.[32]
  15. Nevada 3: Joe Heck: to run for the U.S. Senate[33] (lost general election)
  16. New York 19: Chris Gibson: retired.[34]
  17. New York 22: Richard Hanna: retired.[35]
  18. Pennsylvania 8: Mike Fitzpatrick: retired.[36]
  19. Pennsylvania 16: Joe Pitts: retired.[37]
  20. Tennessee 8: Stephen Fincher: retired.[38]
  21. Texas 19: Randy Neugebauer: retired.[39]
  22. Virginia 2: Scott Rigell: retired.[40]
  23. Virginia 5: Robert Hurt: retired.[41]
  24. Wisconsin 8: Reid Ribble: retired.[42]
  25. Wyoming at-large: Cynthia Lummis: retired.[43]

Incumbents defeatedEdit

In primary electionsEdit

DemocratsEdit

  1. Florida 5: Corrine Brown lost renomination to Al Lawson; the 5th district was redrawn in 2016 due to a court order[44]
  2. Pennsylvania 2: Chaka Fattah lost renomination to Dwight E. Evans. Subsequently, resigned on June 23, 2016.

RepublicansEdit

  1. Kansas 1: Tim Huelskamp lost renomination to Roger Marshall.
  2. North Carolina 2: Renee Ellmers lost renomination to fellow incumbent George Holding after court-ordered redistricting forced them into the same district.
  3. Virginia 2: Randy Forbes lost renomination to Scott Taylor after running in a new district following court-ordered redistricting.

In the general electionEdit

The Democrats had a net gain of five seats, taken from Republicans.

DemocratsEdit

One Democrat lost re-election to a fellow Democrat:

  1. California 17: Mike Honda (D) lost to Ro Khanna (D).

One Democrat lost re-election to a Republican:

  1. Nebraska 2: Brad Ashford (D) lost to Don Bacon (R).

RepublicansEdit

Six Republicans lost re-election to Democrats:

  1. Florida 7: John Mica (R) lost to Stephanie Murphy (D).
  2. Florida 13: David Jolly (R) lost to Charlie Crist (D).
  3. Illinois 10: Bob Dold (R) lost seat in 2012, re-elected in 2014, lost to Brad Schneider (D).
  4. Nevada 4: Cresent Hardy (R) lost to Ruben Kihuen (D).
  5. New Hampshire 1: Frank Guinta (R) lost seat in 2012, re-elected in 2014, lost to Carol Shea-Porter (D).
  6. New Jersey 5: Scott Garrett (R) lost to Josh Gottheimer (D).

Open seats that changed partiesEdit

Democrats had a net gain of one seat in which the incumbent was not on the ballot.

Democratic seatsEdit

One open seat was lost:

  1. Florida 18: Patrick Murphy (D) retired to run for Senate. Seat won by Brian Mast (R).

One open seat was lost as a result of redistricting:

  1. Florida 2: Gwen Graham (D) retired. Seat won by Neal Dunn (R).

Republican seatsEdit

One open seat was lost:

  1. Nevada 3: Joe Heck (R) retired to run for Senate. Seat won by Jacky Rosen (D).

Two open seats were lost as a result of redistricting:

  1. Florida 10: Daniel Webster (R) instead ran in the 11th district. Seat won by Val Demings (D).
  2. Virginia 4: J. Randy Forbes (R) instead ran in the 2nd district. Seat won by Don McEachin (D).

Competitive districtsEdit

The following were the predictions for House districts where at least one out of the Cook Political Report, Daily Kos Elections, the Rothenberg Political Report, Sabato's Crystal Ball, and RealClearPolitics did not agree that the district was "safe Democratic" or "safe Republican" (59 races total as of October 27). Incumbents not running for re-election have parentheses around their names, while incumbents with a caret (^) sought re-election, but were defeated in the primary election. Note that safeness of a district is not necessarily a prediction as to outcome.

District CPVI Incumbent First
elected
2014
result
Cook
Nov 7,
2016
[45]
DKE
Nov 7,
2016
[46]
Roth.
Nov 3,
2016
[47]
Sab.
Nov 7,
2016
[48]
RCP
Oct 31,
2016
[49]
Winner[50]
Alaska at-large R+12 Don Young (R) 1973 51.0% R Leans R Likely R Safe R Leans R Likely R Don Young
Arizona 1 R+4 (Ann Kirkpatrick) (D) 2012 52.6% D Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Tom O'Halleran
Arizona 2 R+3 Martha McSally (R) 2014 50.0% R Likely R Likely R Safe R Likely R Leans R Martha McSally
California 7 EVEN Ami Bera (D) 2012 50.4% D Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans D Ami Bera
California 10 R+1 Jeff Denham (R) 2010 56.2% R Tossup Tossup Leans R Leans D Leans R Jeff Denham
California 21 D+2 David Valadao (R) 2012 57.8% R Leans R Leans R R Favored Leans R Likely R David Valadao
California 24 D+4 (Lois Capps) (D) 1998 51.9% D Leans D Leans D D Favored Leans D Leans D Salud Carbajal
California 25 R+3 Steve Knight (R) 2014 53.3% R Tossup Tossup R Favored Leans D Tossup Steve Knight
California 49 R+4 Darrell Issa (R) 2000 60.2% R Tossup Tossup Tilt R Leans D Tossup Darrell Issa
California 52 D+2 Scott Peters (D) 2012 51.6% D Solid D Safe D Safe D Safe D Likely D Scott Peters
Colorado 3 R+5 Scott Tipton (R) 2010 58.0% R Likely R Leans R Safe R Likely R Likely R Scott Tipton
Colorado 6 D+1 Mike Coffman (R) 2008 51.9% R Tossup Tossup Tilt R Leans R Tossup Mike Coffman
Florida 2 R+18 (Gwen Graham) (D) 2014 50.5% D Likely R Safe R Safe R Safe R Likely R Neal Dunn
Florida 7 R+2 John Mica (R) 1992 63.6% R Tossup Tossup Tilt D Leans D Tossup Stephanie Murphy
Florida 10 D+9 (Daniel Webster) (R)[Note 2] 2010 61.5% R Likely D Safe D Safe D Safe D Likely D Val Demings
Florida 13 D+3 David Jolly (R) 2014 75.2% R Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans D Charlie Crist
Florida 18 R+3 (Patrick Murphy) (D) 2012 59.8% D Leans R Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Brian Mast
Florida 26 EVEN Carlos Curbelo (R) 2014 51.5% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Carlos Curbelo
Florida 27 R+1 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) 1989 100.0% R Likely R Safe R Safe R Safe R Likely R Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Illinois 10 D+8 Robert Dold (R) 2014 51.3% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Brad Schneider
Illinois 12 EVEN Mike Bost (R) 2014 52.5% R Likely R Likely R Safe R Likely R Likely R Mike Bost
Indiana 2 R+6 Jackie Walorski (R) 2012 58.9% R Likely R Likely R Safe R Likely R Likely R Jackie Walorski
Indiana 9 R+9 (Todd Young) (R) 2010 62.2% R Leans R Leans R R Favored Leans R Likely R Trey Hollingsworth
Iowa 1 D+5 Rod Blum (R) 2014 51.1% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Rod Blum
Iowa 3 EVEN David Young (R) 2014 52.8% R Leans R Leans R Tilt R Leans R Leans R David Young
Kansas 3 R+5 Kevin Yoder (R) 2010 60.0% R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Kevin Yoder
Maine 2 D+2 Bruce Poliquin (R) 2014 47.0% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Bruce Poliquin
Maryland 6 D+4 John K. Delaney (D) 2012 49.5% D Likely D Safe D Safe D Safe D Likely D John K. Delaney
Michigan 1 R+5 (Dan Benishek) (R) 2010 52.1% R Leans R Tossup Tilt R Leans R Tossup Jack Bergman
Michigan 6 R+1 Fred Upton (R) 1986 55.9% R Solid R Safe R Safe R Safe R Likely R Fred Upton
Michigan 7 R+3 Tim Walberg (R) 2010 53.5% R Likely R Leans R R Favored Leans R Leans R Tim Walberg
Michigan 8 R+2 Mike Bishop (R) 2014 54.6% R Leans R Likely R Safe R Likely R Likely R Mike Bishop
Minnesota 2 R+2 (John Kline) (R) 2002 56.0% R Tossup Tossup Tilt D Leans D Leans D Jason Lewis
Minnesota 3 R+2 Erik Paulsen (R) 2008 62.2% R Leans R Leans R R Favored Leans R Leans R Erik Paulsen
Minnesota 8 D+1 Rick Nolan (D) 2012 48.5% D Tossup Tossup Leans D Leans D Tossup Rick Nolan
Montana at-large R+7 Ryan Zinke (R) 2014 55.4% R Likely R Likely R R Favored Likely R Likely R Ryan Zinke
Nebraska 2 R+4 Brad Ashford (D) 2014 49.0% D Tossup Tossup Tilt D Leans D Tossup Don Bacon
Nevada 3 EVEN (Joe Heck) (R) 2010 60.8% R Tossup Leans D Tossup Leans D Tossup Jacky Rosen
Nevada 4 D+4 Cresent Hardy (R) 2014 48.5% R Leans D Leans D Tilt D Leans D Leans D Ruben Kihuen
New Hampshire 1 R+1 Frank Guinta (R) 2014 51.7% R Leans D Leans D Tilt D Leans D Leans D Carol Shea Porter
New Jersey 5 R+4 Scott Garrett (R) 2002 55.4% R Tossup Tossup Tilt D Leans D Tossup Josh Gottheimer
New York 1 R+2 Lee Zeldin (R) 2014 54.4% R Likely R Likely R Leans R Leans R Tossup Lee Zeldin
New York 3 EVEN (Steve Israel) (D) 2000 54.8% D Leans D Likely D Leans D Likely D Leans D Thomas Suozzi
New York 19 D+1 (Chris Gibson) (R) 2010 64.5% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup John Faso
New York 21 EVEN Elise Stefanik (R) 2014 55.1% R Likely R Likely R Safe R Likely R Likely R Elise Stefanik
New York 22 R+3 (Richard L. Hanna) (R) 2010 98.4% R Leans R Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Claudia Tenney
New York 23 R+3 Tom Reed (R) 2010 61.7% R Likely R Likely R Safe R Likely R Leans R Tom Reed
New York 24 D+5 John Katko (R) 2014 59.5% R Likely R Leans R R Favored Leans R Tossup John Katko
New York 25 D+7 Louise Slaughter (D) 1986 50.2% D Likely D Safe D Safe D Safe D Likely D Louise Slaughter
Pennsylvania 6 R+2 Ryan Costello (R) 2014 56.3% R Likely R Safe R Safe R Safe R Likely R Ryan Costello
Pennsylvania 8 R+1 (Mike Fitzpatrick) (R) 2010 61.9% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Brian Fitzpatrick
Pennsylvania 16 R+4 (Joe Pitts) (R) 1996 57.7% R Leans R Likely R Safe R Leans R Likely R Lloyd Smucker
Texas 23 R+3 Will Hurd (R) 2014 49.8% R Tossup Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Will Hurd
Utah 4 R+16 Mia Love (R) 2014 50.9% R Leans R Likely R R Favored Leans R Tossup Mia Love
Virginia 4 D+8 (Randy Forbes) (R)[Note 3] 2001 60.2% R Likely D Safe D Safe D Safe D Likely D Donald McEachin
Virginia 5 R+5 (Robert Hurt) (R) 2010 60.9% R Likely R Likely R R Favored Leans R Likely R Thomas Garrett Jr.
Virginia 10 R+2 Barbara Comstock (R) 2014 56.5% R Tossup Tossup Tilt R Leans R Tossup Barbara Comstock
Wisconsin 8 R+2 (Reid Ribble) (R) 2010 65.0% R Likely R Leans R R Favored Leans R Leans R Mike Gallagher
District CPVI Incumbent First
elected
2014 Cook DKE Roth. Sab. RCP Winner

Special electionsEdit

District Incumbent Party First elected Results Candidates
Ohio 8 John Boehner Republican 1990 Incumbent resigned October 31, 2015.
A primary election was held March 15, 2016, the same date as Ohio's presidential primary.[51]
A special election was held June 7, 2016.
Republican hold.
Warren Davidson (Republican) 76.8%[52]
Corey Foister (Democratic) 21.1%[52]
James J. Condit Jr. (Green) 2.2%[52]
Pennsylvania 2 Chaka Fattah Democratic 1994 Incumbent resigned June 23, 2016, after being convicted on 23 counts of federal corruption charges.
A special election was held November 8, 2016, at the same time as the general election.[53]
Democratic hold.
Dwight Evans (Democratic)
Hawaii 1 Mark Takai Democratic 2014 Incumbent died July 20, 2016.
A special election was held November 8, 2016, at the same time as the general election.[54]
Democratic hold.
Colleen Hanabusa (Democratic) 60.5%
Shirlene DelaCruz Ostrov (Republican) 20.6%
Others blank votes 18.9%[55]
Kentucky 1 Ed Whitfield Republican 1994 Incumbent resigned September 6, 2016.
A special election was held November 8, 2016, at the same time as the general election.[56]
Republican hold.
James Comer (Republican) 72.2%[57]
Samuel L. Gaskins (Democratic) 27.8%

Primary datesEdit

This table shows the primary dates for regularly-scheduled elections. It also shows the type of primary. In an "open" primary, any registered voter can vote in any party's primary. In a "closed" primary, only voters registered with a specific party can vote in that party's primary. In a "top-two" primary, all candidates run against each other regardless of party affiliation, and the top two candidates advance to the second round of voting (in Louisiana, a candidate can win the election by winning a majority of the vote in the first round). All of the various other primary types are classified as "hybrid." Alaska in 2008 provides one example of a hybrid primary: the Democratic Party allowed unaffiliated voters to vote in its primary, while the Republican Party only allowed party members to vote in its primary.[58]

State Date[59] Type[58]
Alabama March 1R Open
Arkansas March 1R Open
Texas March 1R Open
Mississippi March 8 Hybrid
Illinois March 15 Hybrid
North Carolina March 15 Hybrid
Ohio March 15 Hybrid
Maryland April 26 Hybrid
Pennsylvania April 26 Hybrid
Indiana May 3 Hybrid
Nebraska May 10 Hybrid
West Virginia May 10 Hybrid
Idaho May 17 Hybrid
Kentucky May 17 Closed
Oregon May 17 Hybrid
Georgia May 24R Open
California June 7 Top-two
Iowa June 7 Hybrid
Montana June 7 Open
New Jersey June 7 Closed
New Mexico June 7 Closed
North Carolina June 7 Hybrid
South Dakota June 7R Hybrid
Nevada June 14 Closed
North Dakota June 14 Open
South Carolina June 14R Hybrid
Virginia June 14 Hybrid
Colorado June 28 Hybrid
New York June 28 Closed
Oklahoma June 28R Hybrid
Utah June 28 Hybrid
Kansas Aug 2 Closed
Michigan Aug 2 Open
Missouri Aug 2 Open
Washington Aug 2 Top-two
Tennessee Aug 4 Hybrid
Connecticut Aug 9 Hybrid
Minnesota Aug 9 Open
Vermont Aug 9 Open
Wisconsin Aug 9 Open
Hawaii Aug 13 Open
Alaska Aug 16 Hybrid
Wyoming Aug 16 Closed
Arizona Aug 30 Hybrid
Florida Aug 30 Closed
Massachusetts Sep 8 Hybrid
Delaware Sep 13 Closed
New Hampshire Sep 13 Hybrid
Rhode Island Sep 13 Hybrid
Louisiana Nov 8 Top-two

RIndicates a state that requires primary run-off elections under certain conditions.

Complete list of electionsEdit

AlabamaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Alabama 1 R+15 Bradley Byrne Republican 2013 Incumbent re-elected. Bradley Byrne (Republican) 96.4%[60]
Write-ins 3.6%
Alabama 2 R+17 Martha Roby Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Martha Roby (Republican) 48.8%[61]
Nathan Mathis (Democratic) 40.5%[62]
Write-ins 10.7%
Alabama 3 R+16 Mike Rogers Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Rogers (Republican) 66.9%[63]
Jesse Smith (Democratic) 32.9%[64]
Alabama 4 R+28 Robert Aderholt Republican 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Robert Aderholt (Republican) 98.5%[65]
Write-ins 1.5%
Alabama 5 R+17 Mo Brooks Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Mo Brooks (Republican) 66.7%[66]
Will Boyd (Democratic) 33.2%[67]
Alabama 6 R+28 Gary Palmer Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Gary Palmer (Republican) 74.5%[60]
David Putman (Democratic) 25.4%[68]
Alabama 7 D+20 Terri Sewell Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Terri Sewell (Democratic) 98.4%[60]
Write-ins 1.6%

AlaskaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Alaska at-large R+12 Don Young Republican 1972 Incumbent re-elected. Don Young (Republican) 50.3%[69]
Steve Lindbeck (Democratic) 36.0%[70]
Jim C. McDermott (Libertarian) 10.3%[71]
Bernie Souphanavong (Independent) 3.0%[72]
Stephen Wright (write-in) 0.4%[73]

ArizonaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Arizona 1 R+4 Ann Kirkpatrick Democratic 2012 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Tom O'Halleran (Democratic) 50.7%[74][75][76]
Paul Babeu (Republican) 43.4%[77]
Ray Parrish (Green) 6.0%[78]
Arizona 2 R+3 Martha McSally Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Martha McSally (Republican) 57.0%[79]
Matt Heinz (Democratic) 43.0%[80]
Arizona 3 D+8 Raúl Grijalva Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Raúl Grijalva (Democratic)[81]
Bill Abatecola (R/write-in)[82]
Harvey Martin (Write-in)[83]
Mike Ross (Libertarian/write-in)[84]
Jaime Vasquez (write-in)[84]
Federico Sanchez (write-in)[84]
Arizona 4 R+20 Paul Gosar Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Paul Gosar (Republican) 71.5%[85]
Mikel Weisser (Democratic) 28.5%[86]
Arizona 5 R+17 Matt Salmon Republican 2012 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Andy Biggs (Republican) 64.1%[87]
Talia Fuentes (Democratic) 35.9%[88]
Nolan Daniels (Libertarian/write-in)[84]
Arizona 6 R+12 David Schweikert Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. David Schweikert (Republican) 62.1%[89]
W. John Williamson (Democratic) 37.9%[89]
Arizona 7 D+16 Ruben Gallego Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ruben Gallego (Democratic) 75.2%[90]
Eve Nunez (Republican) 24.7%[89]
Neil Westbrooks (Green/write-in) 0.04%[84]
Arizona 8 R+15 Trent Franks Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Trent Franks (Republican) 68.5%[89]
Mark Salazar (Green) 31.43%[91]
Hayden Keener III (write-in) 0.03%[92]
Arizona 9 R+1 Kyrsten Sinema Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Kyrsten Sinema (Democratic) 60.9%[93]
Dave Giles (Republican) 39.1%[85]
Cary Dolego (Green/write-in)[84]
Mike Shipley (Libertarian/write-in)[84]
Axel Bello (write-in)[94]
John Heffernan (write-in)[84]

ArkansasEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Arkansas 1 R+14 Rick Crawford Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Rick Crawford (Republican) 76.3%[95]
Mark West (Libertarian) 23.7%[96]
Arkansas 2 R+8 French Hill Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. French Hill (Republican) 58.4%[95]
Dianne Curry (Democratic) 36.8%[97]
Chris Hayes (Libertarian) 4.7%[96]
Write-ins 0.1%
Arkansas 3 R+19 Steve Womack Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Womack (Republican) 77.3%[95]
Steve Isaacson (Libertarian) 22.7%[96]
Arkansas 4 R+15 Bruce Westerman Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Bruce Westerman (Republican) 74.9%[95]
Kerry Hicks (Libertarian) 25.1%[96]

CaliforniaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
California 1 R+10 Doug LaMalfa Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Doug LaMalfa (Republican) 59.1%[98]
Jim Reed (Democratic) 40.9%[99]
California 2 D+20 Jared Huffman Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Jared Huffman (Democratic) 76.9%[100]
Dale Mensing (Republican) 23.1%[101]
California 3 D+3 John Garamendi Democratic 2009 Incumbent re-elected. John Garamendi (Democratic) 59.4%[102]
Eugene Cleek (Republican) 40.6%[103]
California 4 R+10 Tom McClintock Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Tom McClintock (Republican) 62.7%[104]
Bob Derlet (Democratic) 37.3%[105]
California 5 D+19 Mike Thompson Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Thompson (Democratic) 76.9%[106]
Carlos Santamaria (Republican) 23.1%[107]
California 6 D+18 Doris Matsui Democratic 2005 Incumbent re-elected. Doris Matsui (Democratic) 75.4%[108]
Bob Evans (Republican) 24.6%
California 7 Even Ami Bera Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Ami Bera (Democratic) 51.2%[102]
Scott Jones (Republican) 48.8%[109]
California 8 R+10 Paul Cook Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Paul Cook (Republican) 62.3%[110]
Rita Ramirez (Democratic) 37.7%[110]
California 9 D+6 Jerry McNerney Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Jerry McNerney (Democratic) 57.4%[102]
Tony Amador (Republican) 42.6%[111]
California 10 R+1 Jeff Denham Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Jeff Denham (Republican) 51.7%
Michael Eggman (Democratic) 48.3%[112]
California 11 D+17 Mark DeSaulnier Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mark DeSaulnier (Democratic) 72.1%[102]
Roger Petersen (Republican) 27.9%
California 12 D+34 Nancy Pelosi Democratic 1987 Incumbent re-elected. Nancy Pelosi (Democratic) 80.9%[102]
Preston Picus (No Party Preference) 19.1%
California 13 D+37 Barbara Lee Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Barbara Lee (Democratic) 90.8%[102]
Sue Caro (Republican) 9.2%[113]
California 14 D+23 Jackie Speier Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Jackie Speier (Democratic) 80.9%[102]
Angel Cardenas (Republican) 19.1%
California 15 D+16 Eric Swalwell Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Eric Swalwell (Democratic) 73.8%[114]
Danny Turner (Republican) 26.2%
California 16 D+7 Jim Costa Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Costa (Democratic) 58.0%[102]
Johnny Tacherra (Republican) 42.0%[115]
California 17 D+20 Mike Honda Democratic 2000 Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Ro Khanna (Democratic) 61.0%[116]
Mike Honda (Democratic) 39.0%[117]
California 18 D+18 Anna Eshoo Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Anna Eshoo (Democratic) 71.1%[102]
Richard Fox (Republican) 28.9%
California 19 D+19 Zoe Lofgren Democratic 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Zoe Lofgren (Democratic) 73.9%[102]
G. Burt Lancaster (Republican) 26.1%
California 20 D+21 Sam Farr Democratic 1993 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Jimmy Panetta (Democratic) 70.8%[118]
Casey Lucius (Republican) 29.2%[119]
California 21 D+2 David Valadao Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. David Valadao (Republican) 56.7%[120]
Emilio Huerta (Democratic) 43.3%[121]
California 22 R+10 Devin Nunes Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Devin Nunes (Republican) 67.6%[120]
Louie Campos (Democratic) 32.4%[102]
California 23 R+16 Kevin McCarthy Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Kevin McCarthy (Republican) 69.2%[122]
Wendy Reed (Democratic) 30.8%[102]
California 24 D+4 Lois Capps Democratic 1998 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Salud Carbajal (Democratic) 53.4%[123]
Justin Fareed (Republican) 46.6%[124]
California 25 R+3 Steve Knight Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Knight (Republican) 53.1%[125]
Bryan Caforio (Democratic) 46.9%[126]
California 26 D+4 Julia Brownley Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Julia Brownley (Democratic) 60.4%[102]
Rafael Dagnesses (Republican) 39.6%[127]
California 27 D+11 Judy Chu Democratic 2009 Incumbent re-elected. Judy Chu (Democratic) 67.4%[102]
Jack Orswell (Republican) 32.6%[128]
California 28 D+20 Adam Schiff Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Adam Schiff (Democratic) 78.0%[129]
Lenore Solis (Republican) 22.0%
California 29 D+25 Tony Cárdenas Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Tony Cárdenas (Democratic) 74.7%[102]
Richard Alarcon (Democratic) 25.3%[130]
California 30 D+14 Brad Sherman Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Brad Sherman (Democratic) 72.6%[102]
Mark Reed (Republican) 27.4%
California 31 D+5 Pete Aguilar Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Pete Aguilar (Democratic) 56.1%[131]
Paul Chabot (Republican) 43.9%[132]
California 32 D+12 Grace Napolitano Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Grace Napolitano (Democratic) 61.6%[133]
Roger Hernandez (Democratic) 38.4%
California 33 D+11 Ted Lieu Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ted Lieu (Democratic) 66.4%[102]
Kenneth Wright (Republican) 33.6%
California 34 D+30 Xavier Becerra Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Xavier Becerra (Democratic) 77.2%[134]
Adrienne Edwards (Democratic) 22.8%
California 35 D+15 Norma Torres Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Norma Torres (Democratic) 72.4%[102]
Tyler Fischella (Republican) 27.6%[128]
California 36 R+1 Raul Ruiz Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Raul Ruiz (Democratic) 62.1%[102]
Jeff Stone (Republican) 37.9%[135]
California 37 D+34 Karen Bass Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Karen Bass (Democratic) 81.1%[136]
Chris Wiggins (Democratic) 18.9%[137]
California 38 D+12 Linda Sánchez Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Linda Sánchez (Democratic) 70.5%[102]
Ryan Downing (Republican) 29.5%
California 39 R+5 Ed Royce Republican 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Ed Royce (Republican) 57.2%[128]
Brett Murdock (Democratic) 42.8%[138]
California 40 D+29 Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Lucille Roybal-Allard (Democratic) 71.4%[102]
Roman Gabriel Gonzalez (No Party Preference) 28.6%
California 41 D+9 Mark Takano Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Mark Takano (Democratic) 65.0%[139]
Doug Shepherd (Republican) 35.0%[140]
California 42 R+10 Ken Calvert Republican 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Ken Calvert (Republican) 58.8%
Tim Sheridan (Democratic) 41.2%[141]
California 43 D+26 Maxine Waters Democratic 1990 Incumbent re-elected. Maxine Waters (Democratic) 76.1%[102]
Omar Navarro (Republican) 23.9%
California 44 D+32 Janice Hahn Democratic 2011 Incumbent retired to run for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Nanette Barragán (Democratic) 52.2%[142]
Isadore Hall, III (Democratic) 47.8%[143]
California 45 R+7 Mimi Walters Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mimi Walters (Republican) 58.6%[144]
Ron Varasteh (Democratic) 41.4%[102]
California 46 D+9 Loretta Sanchez Democratic 1996 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Lou Correa (Democratic) 70.0%[145]
Bao Nguyen (Democratic) 30.0%[146]
California 47 D+8 Alan Lowenthal Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Alan Lowenthal (Democratic) 63.7%[102]
Andy Whallon (Republican) 36.3%[147]
California 48 R+7 Dana Rohrabacher Republican 1988 Incumbent re-elected. Dana Rohrabacher (Republican) 58.3%[144]
Suzanne Savary (Democratic) 41.7%[102]
California 49 R+4 Darrell Issa Republican 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Darrell Issa (Republican) 50.3%[144]
Doug Applegate (Democratic) 49.7%[148]
California 50 R+14 Duncan D. Hunter Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Duncan D. Hunter (Republican) 63.5%
Patrick Malloy (Democratic) 36.5%[102]
California 51 D+16 Juan Vargas Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Juan Vargas (Democratic) 72.8%[102]
Juan Hidalgo (Republican) 27.2%
California 52 D+2 Scott Peters Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Scott Peters (Democratic) 56.5%[102]
Denise Gitsham (Republican) 43.5%[149]
California 53 D+10 Susan Davis Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Susan Davis (Democratic) 67.0%[102]
James Veltmeyer (Republican) 33.0%

ColoradoEdit

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Results Candidates
Colorado 1 D+18 Diana DeGette Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Diana DeGette (Democratic) 67.9%
Casper Stockham (Republican) 27.7%[150]
Darrell Dinges (Libertarian) 4.4%[151]
Colorado 2 D+8 Jared Polis Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Jared Polis (Democratic) 56.9%[152]
Nic Morse (Republican) 37.2%[152]
Richard Longstreth (Libertarian) 5.9%[151]
Colorado 3 R+5 Scott Tipton Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Scott Tipton (Republican) 54.6%[153]
Gail Schwartz (Democratic) 40.4%[154]
Gaylon Kent (Libertarian) 5.0%[151]
Colorado 4 R+11 Ken Buck Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ken Buck (Republican) 63.6%[155]
Bob Seay (Democratic) 31.5%[156]
Bruce Griffith (Libertarian) 4.8%[151]
Donald Howbert (Write-in)[157]
Colorado 5 R+13 Doug Lamborn Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Doug Lamborn (Republican) 62.3%[158]
Misty Plowright (Democratic) 30.8%[158]
Mike McRedmond (Libertarian) 6.9%[151]
Curtis Imrie (write-in)[159]
Colorado 6 D+1 Mike Coffman Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Coffman (Republican) 50.9%[160]
Morgan Carroll (Democratic) 42.6%[161]
Norm Olsen (Libertarian) 5.0%[151]
Robert Lee Worthey (Green) 1.5%[162]
Colorado 7 D+5 Ed Perlmutter Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Ed Perlmutter (Democratic) 55.2%
George Athanasopoulos (Republican) 39.8%[163]
Martin Buchanan (Libertarian) 5.0%[151]

ConnecticutEdit

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Incumbent status Candidates
Connecticut 1 D+13 John Larson Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. John Larson (Democratic) 64.1%[164]
Matthew Corey (Republican) 33.8%[165]
Mike DeRosa (Green) 2.11%[166]
Connecticut 2 D+5 Joe Courtney Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Joe Courtney (Democratic) 63.2%[164]
Daria Novak (Republican) 33.7%[165]
Dan Reale (Libertarian) 1.5%[167]
Jonathan Pelto (Green) 1.6%[168]
Connecticut 3 D+11 Rosa DeLauro Democratic 1990 Incumbent re-elected. Rosa DeLauro (Democratic) 69.0%[164]
Angel Cadena (Republican) 31.0%[165]
Connecticut 4 D+5 Jim Himes Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Himes (Democratic) 59.9%[164]
John Shaban (Republican) 40.1%[165]
Connecticut 5 D+3 Elizabeth Esty Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Elizabeth Esty (Democratic) 58.0%[164]
Clay Cope (Republican) 42.0%[165]
John Pistone (Independent) 0.01%[169]

DelawareEdit

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Results Candidates
Delaware at-large D+8 John Carney Democratic 2010 Incumbent retired to run for Governor.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Lisa Blunt Rochester (Democratic) 55.5%[170]
Hans Reigle (Republican) 41.0%[171]
Scott Gesty (Libertarian) 1.5%[172]
Mark Perri (Green) 2.0%[173]

FloridaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Florida 1 R+22 Jeff Miller Republican 2001 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Matt Gaetz (Republican) 69.1%[174]
Steven Specht (Democratic) 30.9%[175]
Florida 2 R+18 Gwen Graham Democratic 2014 Incumbent retired.
Republican gain.
Neal Dunn (Republican) 67.3%[176]
Walter Dartland (Democratic) 29.9%[177]
Rob Lapham (Libertarian) 2.7%[178]
Florida 3 R+9 Ted Yoho Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Ted Yoho (Republican) 56.6%[179]
Ken McGurn (Democratic) 39.8%[177]
Florida 4 R+19 Ander Crenshaw Republican 2000 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
John Rutherford (Republican) 70.2%[180]
David E. Bruderly (Democratic) 27.6%[177]
Florida 5 D+12 Corrine Brown Democratic 1992 Incumbent lost renomination.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Al Lawson (Democratic) 64.2%[181]
Glo Smith (Republican) 35.8%[182]
Florida 6 R+4 Ron DeSantis Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Ron DeSantis (Republican) 58.6%[183]
Bill McCullough (Democratic) 41.4%[184]
Florida 7 R+2 John Mica Republican 1992 Incumbent lost re-election.
Democratic gain.
Stephanie Murphy (Democratic) 51.5%[185]
John Mica (Republican) 48.5%[186]
Florida 8 R+9 Bill Posey Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Posey (Republican) 63.1%[187]
Corry Westbrook (Democratic) 32.6%[188]
Florida 9 D+3 Alan Grayson Democratic 2012 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Darren Soto (Democratic) 57.5%[189]
Wayne Liebnitzky (Republican) 42.5%[190]
Florida 10 D+9 Dan Webster Republican 2010 Ran in Florida's 11th congressional district
Democratic gain.
Val Demings (Democratic) 64.9%[191]
Thuy Lowe (Republican) 35.1%[192]
Florida 11 R+11 Rich Nugent Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Dan Webster (Republican) 65.4%[193]
Dave Koller (Democratic) 31.6%[194]
Florida 12 R+6 Gus Bilirakis Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Gus Bilirakis (Republican) 68.6%[195]
Robert Tager (Democratic) 31.4%[195]
Florida 13 D+3 David Jolly Republican 2014 Incumbent lost re-election.
Democratic gain.
Charlie Crist (Democratic) 51.9%[196]
David Jolly (Republican) 48.1%[197]
Florida 14 D+6 Kathy Castor Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Kathy Castor (Democratic) 61.8%[198]
Christine Quinn (Republican) 38.2%[199]
Florida 15 R+6 Dennis Ross Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Dennis Ross (Republican) 57.5%[200]
Jim Lange (Democratic) 42.5%[201]
Florida 16 R+6 Vern Buchanan Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Vern Buchanan (Republican) 59.8%[202]
Jan Schneider (Democratic) 40.2%[203]
Florida 17 R+10 Tom Rooney Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Rooney (Republican) 61.8%[204]
April Freeman (Democratic) 34.2%[205]
Florida 18 R+3 Patrick Murphy Democratic 2012 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
Republican gain.
Brian Mast (Republican) 53.6%[206]
Randy Perkins (Democratic) 43.1%[207]
Florida 19 R+12 Curt Clawson Republican 2014 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Francis Rooney (Republican) 65.9%[208]
Robert Neeld (Democratic) 34.1%[209]
Florida 20 D+30 Alcee Hastings Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Alcee Hastings (Democratic) 80.3%[210]
Gary Stein (Republican) 19.7%[177]
Florida 21 D+10 Ted Deutch Democratic 2010 Incumbent ran in Florida's 22nd congressional district.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Lois Frankel (Democratic) 62.7%[211]
Paul Spain (Republican) 35.1%[212]
Florida 22 D+5 Lois Frankel Democratic 2012 Incumbent ran in Florida's 21st congressional district.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Ted Deutch (Democratic) 58.9%[211]
Andrea Leigh McGee (Republican) 41.1%[213]
Florida 23 D+9 Debbie Wasserman Schultz Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Democratic) 56.7%[214]
Joe Kaufman (Republican) 40.5%[215]
Florida 24 D+33 Frederica Wilson Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Frederica Wilson (Democratic) 100%[216]
Florida 25 R+10 Mario Díaz-Balart Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Mario Díaz-Balart (Republican) 62.4%[198]
Alina Valdes (Democratic) 37.6%[217]
Florida 26 Even Carlos Curbelo Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Carlos Curbelo (Republican) 53.0%[218]
Joe Garcia (Democratic) 41.2%[219]
Florida 27 R+1 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican 1989 Incumbent re-elected. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Republican) 54.9%[220]
Scott Fuhrman (Democratic) 45.1%[221]

GeorgiaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Georgia 1 R+9 Buddy Carter Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Buddy Carter (Republican) 100%[222]
Georgia 2 D+6 Sanford Bishop Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Sanford Bishop (Democratic) 61.2%[223]
Greg Duke (Republican) 38.8%[224]
Georgia 3 R+19 Lynn Westmoreland Republican 2004 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Drew Ferguson (Republican) 68.4%[225]
Angela Pendley (Democratic) 31.6%[226]
Georgia 4 D+21 Hank Johnson Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Hank Johnson (Democratic) 75.7%[227]
Victor Armendariz (Republican) 24.3%[228]
Georgia 5 D+32 John Lewis Democratic 1986 Incumbent re-elected. John Lewis (Democratic) 84.4%[229]
Douglas Bell (Republican) 15.6%[230]
Georgia 6 R+14 Tom Price Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Price (Republican) 61.7%[231]
Rodney Stooksbury (Democratic) 38.3%[232]
Georgia 7 R+14 Rob Woodall Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Rob Woodall (Republican) 60.4%[233]
Rashid Malik (Democratic) 39.6%[233]
Georgia 8 R+15 Austin Scott Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Austin Scott (Republican) 67.6%[234]
James Harris (Democratic) 32.4%[235]
Georgia 9 R+30 Doug Collins Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Doug Collins (Republican) 100%[233]
Georgia 10 R+14 Jody Hice Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Jody Hice (Republican) 100%[232]
Georgia 11 R+19 Barry Loudermilk Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Barry Loudermilk (Republican) 67.4%[231]
Don Wilson (Democratic) 32.6%[222]
Georgia 12 R+9 Rick Allen Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Rick Allen (Republican) 61.6%[231]
Tricia McCracken (Democratic) 38.4%[235]
Georgia 13 D+16 David Scott Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. David Scott (Democratic) 100%[236]
Georgia 14 R+26 Tom Graves Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Graves (Republican) 100%[237]

HawaiiEdit

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Results Candidates
Hawaii 1 D+18 Mark Takai Democratic 2014 Incumbent died on July 20, 2016.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Colleen Hanabusa (Democratic) 71.9%
Shirlene D. Ostrov (Republican) 22.7%
Alan Yim (Libertarian) 3.3%[238]
Hawaii 2 D+21 Tulsi Gabbard Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Tulsi Gabbard (Democratic) 81.2%
Angela Kaaihue (Republican) 18.8%

IdahoEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Idaho 1 R+18 Raúl Labrador Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Raúl Labrador (Republican) 68.2%[239]
James Piotrowski (Democratic) 31.8%[240]
Idaho 2 R+17 Mike Simpson Republican 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Simpson (Republican) 62.9%[241]
Jennifer Martinez (Democratic) 29.4%[242]

IllinoisEdit

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Results Candidates
Illinois 1 D+28 Bobby Rush Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Bobby Rush (Democratic) 74.1%[243]
August Deuser (Republican) 25.9%[244]
Illinois 2 D+29 Robin Kelly Democratic 2013 Incumbent re-elected. Robin Kelly (Democratic) 79.8%[245]
John Morrow (Republican) 20.2%[246]
Illinois 3 D+5 Dan Lipinski Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Dan Lipinski (Democratic) 100%[247]
Illinois 4 D+29 Luis Gutiérrez Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Luis Gutiérrez (Democratic) 100%[248]
Illinois 5 D+16 Mike Quigley Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Quigley (Democratic) 67.8%[249]
Vince Kolber (Republican) 27.5%[250]
Rob Sherman (Green) 4.7%[250]
Illinois 6 R+4 Peter Roskam Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Peter Roskam (Republican) 59.2%[251]
Amanda Howland (Democratic) 40.8%[251]
Illinois 7 D+36 Danny Davis Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Danny Davis (Democratic) 84.2%[252]
Jeffrey Leef (Republican) 15.8%[253]
Illinois 8 D+8 Tammy Duckworth Democratic 2012 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Raja Krishnamoorthi (Democratic) 58.3%[254]
Pete DiCianni (Republican) 41.7%[255]
Illinois 9 D+15 Jan Schakowsky Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Jan Schakowsky (Democratic) 66.5%[256]
Joan McCarthy Lasonde (Republican) 33.5%[256]
Illinois 10 D+8 Bob Dold Republican 2014 Incumbent lost re-election.
Democratic gain.
Brad Schneider (Democratic) 52.6%[257]
Bob Dold (Republican) 47.4%[258]
Illinois 11 D+8 Bill Foster Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Foster (Democratic) 60.4%[259]
Tonia Khouri (Republican) 39.6%[260]
Illinois 12 Even Mike Bost Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Bost (Republican) 54.3%[261]
C.J. Baricevic (Democratic) 39.7%[262]
Paula Bradshaw (Green) 6.0%[263]
Illinois 13 Even Rodney Davis Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Rodney Davis (Republican) 59.7%[264]
Mark Wicklund (Democratic) 40.3%[265]
Illinois 14 R+5 Randy Hultgren Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Randy Hultgren (Republican) 59.3%[266]
Jim Walz (Democratic) 40.7%[266]
Illinois 15 R+14 John Shimkus Republican 1996 Incumbent re-elected. John Shimkus (Republican) 100%[264]
Illinois 16 R+4 Adam Kinzinger Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Adam Kinzinger (Republican) 99.9%[267]
Illinois 17 D+7 Cheri Bustos Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Cheri Bustos (Democratic) 60.3%[268]
Patrick Harlan (Republican) 39.7%[269]
Illinois 18 R+11 Darin LaHood Republican 2015 Incumbent re-elected. Darin LaHood (Republican) 72.1%[270]
Junius Rodriguez (Democratic) 27.9%[271]

IndianaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Indiana 1 D+10 Pete Visclosky Democratic 1984 Incumbent re-elected. Pete Visclosky (Democratic) 81.5%[272]
Donna Dunn (Libertarian) 18.5%[273]
Indiana 2 R+6 Jackie Walorski Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Jackie Walorski (Republican) 59.3%[274]
Lynn Coleman (Democratic) 36.9%[275]
Ron Cenkush (Libertarian) 3.8%[273]
Indiana 3 R+13 Marlin Stutzman Republican 2010 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senate.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Jim Banks (Republican) 70.1%[276]
Tommy Schrader (Democratic) 23.0%[277]
Pepper Snyder (Libertarian) 6.9%[273]
Indiana 4 R+11 Todd Rokita Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Todd Rokita (Republican) 64.6%[278]
John Dale (Democratic) 30.5%[279]
Steven Mayoras (Libertarian) 4.9%[273]
Indiana 5 R+9 Susan Brooks Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Susan Brooks (Republican) 61.5%[280]
Angela Demaree (Democratic) 34.3%[281]
Matthew Wittlief (Libertarian) 4.2%[273]
Indiana 6 R+12 Luke Messer Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Luke Messer (Republican) 69.1%[282]
Barry Welsh (Democratic) 26.7%[279]
Rich Turvey (Libertarian) 4.2%[273]
Indiana 7 D+13 André Carson Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. André Carson (Democratic) 60.0%[279]
Cat Ping (Republican) 35.7%[279]
Drew Thompson (Libertarian) 4.3%[273]
Indiana 8 R+8 Larry Bucshon Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Larry Bucshon (Republican) 63.7%[279]
Ron Drake (Democratic) 31.7%[279]
Andrew Horning (Libertarian) 4.6%[273]
Indiana 9 R+9 Todd Young Republican 2010 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senate.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Trey Hollingsworth (Republican) 54.1%[283]
Shelli Yoder (Democratic) 40.5%[284]
Russell Brooksbank (Libertarian) 5.4%[273]

IowaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Iowa 1 D+5 Rod Blum Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Rod Blum (Republican) 53.8%[285]
Monica Vernon (Democratic) 46.2%[286]
Iowa 2 D+4 Dave Loebsack Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Dave Loebsack (Democratic) 53.7%[287]
Christopher Peters (Republican) 46.3%[288]
Iowa 3 Even David Young Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. David Young (Republican) 53.5%[289]
Jim Mowrer (Democratic) 39.8%[290]
Bryan Jack Holder (Libertarian)[291]
Iowa 4 R+5 Steve King Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Steve King (Republican) 61.3%[292]
Kim Weaver (Democratic) 38.7%[293]

KansasEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Kansas 1 R+23 Tim Huelskamp Republican 2010 Incumbent lost renomination.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Roger Marshall (Republican) 65.8%[294]
Kerry Burt (Libertarian) 7.5%[295]
Alan LaPolice (Independent) 26.2%
Kansas 2 R+8 Lynn Jenkins Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Lynn Jenkins (Republican) 60.9%[296]
Britani Potter (Democratic) 32.5%[297]
James Houston Bales (Libertarian) 6.5%[295]
Kansas 3 R+6 Kevin Yoder Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Kevin Yoder (Republican) 51.3%
Jay Sidie (Democratic) 40.6%[298]
Steven Hohe (Libertarian) 8.0%[295]
Kansas 4 R+14 Mike Pompeo Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Pompeo (Republican) 61.6%[296]
Dan Giroux (Democratic) 29.6%[299]
Gordon J. Bakken (Libertarian) 2.8%[295]

KentuckyEdit

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Results Candidates
Kentucky 1 R+18 Ed Whitfield Republican 1994 Incumbent resigned September 6, 2016.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
James Comer (Republican) 72.6%[300]
Sam Gaskins (Democratic) 27.4%[301]
Kentucky 2 R+16 Brett Guthrie Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Brett Guthrie (Republican) 100%[302]
Kentucky 3 D+4 John Yarmuth Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. John Yarmuth (Democratic) 63.5%[303]
Harold Bratcher (Republican) 36.5%[304]
Kentucky 4 R+16 Thomas Massie Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Thomas Massie (Republican) 71.3%[305]
Calvin Sidle (Democratic) 28.7%[304]
Kentucky 5 R+25 Hal Rogers Republican 1980 Incumbent re-elected. Hal Rogers (Republican) 100%[306]
Kentucky 6 R+9 Andy Barr Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Andy Barr (Republican) 61.1%[307]
Nancy Jo Kemper (Democratic) 38.9%[308]

LouisianaEdit

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Louisiana 1 R+26 Steve Scalise Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Scalise (Republican) 74.6%[309]
Lee Ann Dugas (Democratic) 12.8%[309]
Danil Ezekiel Faust (Democratic) 3.9%[309]
Joseph "Joe" Swider (Democratic) 2.8%[309]
Howard Kearney (Libertarian) 3%[310]
Louisiana 2 D+23 Cedric Richmond Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Cedric Richmond (Democratic) 69.8%[311]
Kip Holden (Democratic) 20.1%[312]
Kenneth Cutno (Democratic) 10.1%[309]
Louisiana 3 R+19 Charles Boustany Republican 2004 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senate.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Clay Higgins (Republican) 26.5%[313]
Scott Angelle (Republican) 28.5%[314]
Brian Barrilleaux (Republican) 1.9%[309]
Greg Ellison (Republican) 7.8%[315]
Brett Geymann (Republican) 6.8%[316]
Jacob "Dorian Hibian" Hebert (Democratic) 8.9%[309]
Larry Rader (Democratic) 8.7%[309]
Gus Rantz (Republican) 8.0%[317]
Grover Rees (Republican) 0.8%[318]
Herman Vidrine (Republican) <1%[309]
Guy McLendon (Libertarian) 1%[310]
Louisiana 4 R+13 John Fleming Republican 2008 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senate.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Mike Johnson (Republican) 24.7%[319]
Trey Baucum (Republican) 17.6%[320]
Elbert Guillory (Republican) 7.3%[321]
Oliver Jenkins (Republican) 15.6%[322]
Rick John (Republican) 4.6%[323]
Marshall Jones (Democratic) 28.2%[309]
Louisiana 5 R+15 Ralph Abraham Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ralph Abraham (Republican) 81.6%[309]
Billy Burkette (Republican) 18.4%[309]
Louisiana 6 R+21 Garret Graves Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Garret Graves (Republican) 62.7%[309]
Robert Lamar "Bob" Bell (Republican) 10.1%[309]
Richard Lieberman (Democratic) 14.9%[309]
Jermaine Sampson (Democratic) 9.0%[309]
Richard Fontanesi (Libertarian) 2%[310]

MaineEdit

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Maine 1 D+9 Chellie Pingree Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Chellie Pingree (Democratic) 58.0%[324]
Mark Holbrook (Republican) 42.0%[324]
Maine 2 D+2 Bruce Poliquin Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Bruce Poliquin (Republican) 54.8%[325]
Emily Cain (Democratic) 45.2%[326]

MarylandEdit

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Results Candidates
Maryland 1 R+14 Andy Harris Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Andy Harris (Republican) 67.0%[327]
Joe Werner (Democratic) 28.6%[328]
Matt Beers (Libertarian) 4.2%[329]
Maryland 2 D+10 Dutch Ruppersberger Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Dutch Ruppersberger (Democratic) 62.1%[330]
Pat McDonough (Republican) 33.1%[331]
Kristin Kasprzak (Libertarian) 4.6%[329]
Maryland 3 D+9 John Sarbanes Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. John Sarbanes (Democratic) 63.2%[332]
Mark Plaster (Republican) 33.9%[333]
Eze Nnabu (Green) 2.8%[329]
Maryland 4 D+26 Donna Edwards Democratic 2008 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Anthony G. Brown (Democratic) 74.1%[334]
George McDermott (Republican) 21.4%[335]
Ben Krause (Libertarian) 1.8%[329]
Kamesha Clark (Green) 2.6%[329]
Maryland 5 D+14 Steny Hoyer Democratic 1981 Incumbent re-elected. Steny Hoyer (Democratic) 67.4%[336]
Mark Arness (Republican) 29.4%
Jason Summers (Libertarian) 3.1%[329]
Maryland 6 D+4 John Delaney Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. John Delaney (Democratic) 56.0%[337]
Amie Hoeber (Republican) 40.1%[338]
David Howser (Libertarian) 2.1%[329]
George Gluck (Green) 1.8%[329]
Maryland 7 D+24 Elijah Cummings Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Elijah Cummings (Democratic) 74.9%[339]
Corrogan Vaughn (Republican) 21.8%[336]
Myles Hoenig (Green) 3.0%[329]
Maryland 8 D+11 Chris Van Hollen Democratic 2002 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Jamie Raskin (Democratic) 60.6%[340]
Dan Cox (Republican) 34.2%[341]
Jasen Wunder (Libertarian) 2.0%[329]
Nancy Wallace (Green) 3.1%[329]

MassachusettsEdit

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Results Candidates
Massachusetts 1 D+13 Richard Neal Democratic 1988 Incumbent re-elected. Richard Neal (Democratic) 73.3%[342]
Frederick Mayock (Independent) 17.9%
Thomas Simmons (Libertarian) 8.6%[343]
Massachusetts 2 D+8 Jim McGovern Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Jim McGovern (Democratic) 98.2%[344]
Massachusetts 3 D+6 Niki Tsongas Democratic 2007 Incumbent re-elected. Niki Tsongas (Democratic) 68.7%[342]
Ann Wofford (Republican) 31.2%[345]
Massachusetts 4 D+6 Joe Kennedy Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Joe Kennedy (Democratic) 70.1%[346]
David Rosa (Republican) 29.8%[345]
Massachusetts 5 D+14 Katherine Clark Democratic 2013 Incumbent re-elected. Katherine Clark (Democratic) 98.6%[347]
Massachusetts 6 D+4 Seth Moulton Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Seth Moulton (Democratic) 98.4%[348]
Massachusetts 7 D+31 Mike Capuano Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Capuano (Democratic) 98.6%[342]
Massachusetts 8 D+6 Stephen Lynch Democratic 2001 Incumbent re-elected. Stephen Lynch (Democratic) 72.4%[342]
William Burke (Republican) 27.5%[349]
Massachusetts 9 D+5 Bill Keating Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Keating (Democratic) 55.7%[342]
Mark Alliegro (Republican) 33.6%[350]
Paul Harrington (Independent) 6.9%

MichiganEdit

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Results Candidates
Michigan 1 R+5 Dan Benishek Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Jack Bergman (Republican) 54.9%[351]
Lon Johnson (Democratic) 40.1%[352]
Diane Bostow (Libertarian) 3.7%[353]
Ellis Boal (Green) 1.3%[353]
Michigan 2 R+7 Bill Huizenga Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Huizenga (Republican) 62.6%[354]
Dennis B. Murphy (Democratic) 32.5%[355]
Erwin Haas (Libertarian) 2.4%[353]
Matthew Brady (Green) 1.6%[353]
Michigan 3 R+4 Justin Amash Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Justin Amash (Republican) 59.5%[354]
Douglas Smith (Democratic) 37.5%[354]
Michigan 4 R+5 John Moolenaar Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. John Moolenaar (Republican) 61.6%[356]
Debra Wirth (Democratic) 32.1%[353]
Leonard Schwartz (Libertarian) 2.7%[353]
Jordan Salvi (Green) 1.3%[353]
Michigan 5 D+10 Dan Kildee Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Dan Kildee (Democratic) 61.2%[357]
Al Hardwick (Republican) 35.1%[354]
Steve Sluka (Libertarian) 2.2%[353]
Harley Mikkelson (Green) 1.5%[353]
Michigan 6 R+1 Fred Upton Republican 1986 Incumbent re-elected. Fred Upton (Republican) 58.7%[358]
Paul Clements (Democratic) 36.4%[359]
Lorence Wenke (Libertarian) 4.9%[353]
Michigan 7 R+3 Tim Walberg Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Tim Walberg (Republican) 55.0%[354]
Gretchen Driskell (Democratic) 40.0%[360]
Ken Proctor (Libertarian) 4.9%[353]
Michigan 8 R+2 Mike Bishop Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Bishop (Republican) 56.0%[361]
Suzanna Shkreli (Democratic) 39.2%[362]
Jeff Wood (Libertarian) 2.6%[353]
Maria Green (Green) 1.6%[353]
Michigan 9 D+6 Sander Levin Democratic 1982 Incumbent re-elected. Sander Levin (Democratic) 57.9%[363]
Christopher Morse (Republican) 37.4%[354]
Matt Orlando (Libertarian) 2.8%[353]
John McDermott (Green) 1.9%[353]
Michigan 10 R+6 Candice Miller Republican 2002 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Paul Mitchell (Republican) 63.1%[364]
Frank Accavitti Jr. (Democratic) 32.3%[365]
Lisa Gioia (Libertarian) 3.1%[353]
Benjamin Nofs (Green) 1.5%[353]
Michigan 11 R+4 Dave Trott Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Dave Trott (Republican) 52.9%[354]
Anil Kumar (Democratic) 40.2%[366]
Jonathan Osment (Libertarian) 2.5%[353]
Kerry Bentivolio (Independent) 4.4%[367]
Michigan 12 D+15 Debbie Dingell Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Debbie Dingell (Democratic) 64.3%[368]
Jeff Jones (Republican) 29.3%[354]
Tom Bagwell (Libertarian) 2.3%[353]
Dylan Calewarts (Green) 1.3%[353]
Michigan 13 D+34 John Conyers Democratic 1964 Incumbent re-elected. John Conyers (Democratic) 77.1%[369]
Jeff Gorman (Republican) 15.7%[354]
Tiffany Hayden (Libertarian) 3.8%[353]
Michigan 14 D+29 Brenda Lawrence Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Brenda Lawrence (Democratic) 78.5%[354]
Howard Klausner (Republican) 18.7%[354]
Greg Creswell (Libertarian) 1.6%[353]
Marcia Squier (Green) 1.2%[353]

MinnesotaEdit

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Results Candidates
Minnesota 1 R+1 Tim Walz Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Tim Walz (Democratic) 50.3%[370]
Jim Hagedorn (Republican) 49.6%[371]
Minnesota 2 R+2 John Kline Republican 2002 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Jason Lewis (Republican) 47%[372]
Angie Craig (Democratic) 45.2%[373]
Minnesota 3 R+2 Erik Paulsen Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Erik Paulsen (Republican) 56.7%[374]
Terri Bonoff (Democratic) 43%[375]
Tim Sherno (Independent Write-in) 0.3%[376]
Minnesota 4 D+11 Betty McCollum Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Betty McCollum (Democratic) 57.8%[374]
Greg Ryan (Republican) 34.4%[377]
Susan Sindt (Legal Marijuana Now) 7.7%[374]
Minnesota 5 D+22 Keith Ellison Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Keith Ellison (Democratic) 69.1%[374]
Frank Nelson Drake (Republican) 22.3%[374]
Dennis Schuller (Legal Marijuana Now) 8.5%[374]
Minnesota 6 R+10 Tom Emmer Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Emmer (Republican) 65.6%[378]
David Snyder (Democratic) 34.3%[379]
Minnesota 7 R+6 Collin Peterson Democratic 1990 Incumbent re-elected. Collin Peterson (Democratic) 52.5%[380]
Dave Hughes (Republican) 47.4%[381]
Minnesota 8 D+1 Rick Nolan Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Rick Nolan (Democratic) 50.2%[382]
Stewart Mills (Republican) 49.6%[383]

MississippiEdit

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Mississippi 1 R+16 Trent Kelly Republican 2015 Incumbent re-elected. Trent Kelly (Republican) 68.7%[384]
Jacob Owens (Democratic) 27.9%[385]
Chase Wilson (Libertarian) 2.1%[386]
Mississippi 2 D+13 Bennie Thompson Democratic 1993 Incumbent re-elected. Bennie Thompson (Democratic) 67.1%[385]
John Bouie II (Republican) 29.1%[384]
Mississippi 3 R+14 Gregg Harper Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Gregg Harper (Republican) 66.2%[384]
Dennis Quinn (Democratic) 30.4%[384]
Mississippi 4 R+21 Steven Palazzo Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Steven Palazzo (Republican) 65.0%[384]
Mark Gladney (Democratic) 27.8%[385]
Ric McCluskey (Libertarian) 5.3%[386]

MissouriEdit

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Results Candidates
Missouri 1 D+28 Lacy Clay Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Lacy Clay (Democratic) 75.5%[387]
Steven G. Bailey (Republican) 20.0%
Robb Cunningham (Libertarian) 4.6%[388]
Missouri 2 R+8 Ann Wagner Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Ann Wagner (Republican) 58.5%[389]
Jim Higgins (Libertarian) 2.9%[390]
Bill Otto (Democratic) 37.7%[391]
Missouri 3 R+13 Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican) 67.8%[392]
Kevin Miller (Democratic) 27.9%
Dan Hogan (Libertarian) 3.3%[393]
Missouri 4 R+13 Vicky Hartzler Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Vicky Hartzler (Republican) 67.8%[394]
Gordon Christensen (Democratic) 27.8%[395]
Mark Bliss (Libertarian) 4.3%[396]
Missouri 5 D+9 Emanuel Cleaver Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Emanuel Cleaver (Democratic) 58.8%[397]
Jacob Turk (Republican) 38.2%[398]
Roy Welborn (Libertarian) 3.0%[399]
Missouri 6 R+12 Sam Graves Republican 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Sam Graves (Republican) 68.0%
David Blackwell (Democratic) 28.4%[400]
Russ Monchil (Libertarian) 2.3%[401]
Missouri 7 R+19 Billy Long Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Billy Long (Republican) 67.5%[402]
Genevieve Williams (Democratic) 27.4%
Benjamin Brixey (Libertarian) 5.1%[403]
Missouri 8 R+17 Jason Smith Republican 2013 Incumbent re-elected. Jason T. Smith (Republican) 74.4%[404]
Dave Cowell (Democratic) 22.7%
Jonathan Shell (Libertarian) 2.9%[405]

MontanaEdit

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Montana at-large R+7 Ryan Zinke Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ryan Zinke (Republican) 56.2%[406]
Denise Juneau (Democratic) 40.5%[407]
Rick Breckenridge (Libertarian) 3.3%[408]

NebraskaEdit

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Results Candidates
Nebraska 1 R+10 Jeff Fortenberry Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Jeff Fortenberry (Republican) 69.5%[409]
Daniel Wik (Democratic) 30.5%[410]
Nebraska 2 R+4 Brad Ashford Democratic 2014 Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
Republican gain.
Don Bacon (Republican) 48.9%[411]
Brad Ashford (Democratic) 47.7%[412]
Steven Laird (Libertarian) 3.3%[413]
Nebraska 3 R+23 Adrian Smith Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Adrian Smith (Republican) 100%[409]

NevadaEdit

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Results Candidates
Nevada 1 D+14 Dina Titus Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Dina Titus (Democratic) 61.9%[414]
Mary Perry (Republican) 28.8%[415]
Nevada 2 R+5 Mark Amodei Republican 2011 Incumbent re-elected. Mark Amodei (Republican) 58.3%[416]
Chip Evans (Democratic) 36.9%[417]
Nevada 3 Even Joe Heck Republican 2010 Incumbent retired to run for U.S. Senator.
New member elected.
Democratic gain.
Jacky Rosen (Democratic) 47.2%[418]
Danny Tarkanian (Republican) 46.0%[419]
Nevada 4 D+4 Cresent Hardy Republican 2014 Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
Democratic gain.
Ruben Kihuen (Democratic) 48.5%[420]
Cresent Hardy (Republican) 44.5%[421]
Steve Brown (Libertarian) 3.8%[422]

New HampshireEdit

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New Hampshire 1 R+1 Frank Guinta Republican 2014 Incumbent lost re-election.
Democratic gain.
Carol Shea-Porter (Democratic) 44.3%[423]
Frank Guinta (Republican) 43.0%[424]
New Hampshire 2 D+3 Ann McLane Kuster Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Ann McLane Kuster (Democratic) 49.8%[425]
Jim Lawrence (Republican) 45.3%[426]

New JerseyEdit

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New Jersey 1 D+13 Donald Norcross Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Donald Norcross (Democratic) 60.0%
Bob Patterson (Republican) 36.8%
Bill Sihr (Libertarian) 0.8%[427]
New Jersey 2 D+1 Frank LoBiondo Republican 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Frank LoBiondo (Republican) 59.2%
David Cole (Democratic) 37.2%
John Ordille (Libertarian) 1.3%[427]
New Jersey 3 R+1 Tom MacArthur Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Tom MacArthur (Republican) 59.3%[428]
Fred LaVergne (Democratic) 38.9%[429]
New Jersey 4 R+7 Chris Smith Republican 1980 Incumbent re-elected. Chris Smith (Republican) 63.7%
Lorna Phillipson (Democratic) 33.5%
Jeremy Marcus (Libertarian) 1.0%[427]
New Jersey 5 R+4 Scott Garrett Republican 2002 Incumbent lost re-election.
Democratic gain.
Josh Gottheimer (Democratic) 51.1%[430]
Scott Garrett (Republican) 46.7%[431]
Claudio Belusic (Libertarian) 2.2%[427]
New Jersey 6 D+8 Frank Pallone Democratic 1988 Incumbent re-elected. Frank Pallone (Democratic) 63.7%
Brent Sonnek-Schmelz (Republican) 34.9%
Judy Shamy (Libertarian) 0.7%[427]
Rajit Malliah (Green) 0.7%[432]
New Jersey 7 R+6 Leonard Lance Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Leonard Lance (Republican) 54.1%
Peter Jacob (Democratic) 43.1%
Dan O'Neill (Libertarian) 1.6%[427]
New Jersey 8 D+24 Albio Sires Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Albio Sires (Democratic) 77.0%
Agha Khan (Republican) 18.5%
Dan Delaney (Libertarian) 2.0%[427]
New Jersey 9 D+14 Bill Pascrell Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Pascrell (Democratic) 69.7%
Hector Castillo (Republican) 28.0%
Diego Rivera (Libertarian) 1.4%[427]
New Jersey 10 D+34 Donald Payne Jr. Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Donald Payne Jr. (Democratic) 85.7%
David Pinckney (Republican) 11.9%
New Jersey 11 R+6 Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Rodney Frelinghuysen (Republican) 58.0%
Joseph Wenzel (Democratic) 38.9%
Jeff Hetrick (Libertarian) 1.0%[427]
New Jersey 12 D+14 Bonnie Watson Coleman Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Bonnie Watson Coleman (Democratic) 62.9%
Steven Uccio (Republican) 32.0%
Thomas Fitzpatrick (Libertarian) 0.9%[427]
Steven Welzer (Green) 0.7%[432]

New MexicoEdit

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New Mexico 1 D+7 Michelle Luján Grisham Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected Michelle Luján Grisham (Democratic) 65.1%[433]
Richard Priem (Republican) 34.9%[434]
New Mexico 2 R+5 Steve Pearce Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected Steve Pearce (Republican) 62.7%[433]
Merrie Lee Soules (Democratic) 37.3%[435]
New Mexico 3 D+8 Ben Ray Luján Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected Ben Ray Luján (Democratic) 62.4%
Michael Romero (Republican) 37.6%[436]

New YorkEdit

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New York 1 R+2 Lee Zeldin Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected Lee Zeldin (Republican) 58.9%[437]
Anna Throne-Holst (Democratic) 41.0%[438]
New York 2 R+1 Peter King Republican 1992 Incumbent re-elected Peter King (Republican) 62.4%
DuWayne Gregory (Democratic) 37.5%[439]
New York 3 Even Steve Israel Democratic 2000 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Tom Suozzi (Democratic) 52.8%[440]
Jack Martins (Republican) 47.2%[441]
New York 4 D+3 Kathleen Rice Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected Kathleen Rice (Democratic) 59.5%[442]
David Gurfein (Republican) 40.4%[443]
New York 5 D+35 Gregory Meeks Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected Gregory Meeks (Democratic) 85.4%[444]
Michael O'Reilly (Republican) 13.0%[445]
Frank Francois (Green) 1.4%[446]
New York 6 D+13 Grace Meng Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected Grace Meng (Democratic) 72.1%[444]
Danniel S. Maio (Republican) 26.7%[444]
New York 7 D+34 Nydia Velazquez Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected Nydia Velazquez (Democratic) 90.7%[444]
Allan E. Romaguera (Republican) 9.2%[444]
New York 8 D+35 Hakeem Jeffries Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected Hakeem Jeffries (Democratic) 93.2%[444]
Daniel Cavanagh (Conservative) 6.7%
New York 9 D+32 Yvette Clarke Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected Yvette Clarke (Democratic) 92.3%[444]
New York 10 D+23 Jerry Nadler Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected Jerry Nadler (Democratic) 78.0%[444]
Phillip Rosenthal (Republican) 21.9%[447]
New York 11 R+2 Dan Donovan Republican 2015 Incumbent re-elected Dan Donovan (Republican) 61.5%[448]
Richard Reichard (Democratic) 36.7%[449]
Henry Bardel (Green) 1.5%[446]
New York 12 D+27 Carolyn Maloney Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected Carolyn Maloney (Democratic) 83.1%[450]
Robert Ardini (Republican) 16.8%[444]
New York 13 D+42 Charles Rangel Democratic 1970 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Adriano Espaillat (Democratic) 88.6%[451]
Robert A. Evans Jr. (Republican) 6.9%[444]
Daniel Rivera (Green) 3.2%[446]
New York 14 D+26 Joe Crowley Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected Joe Crowley (Democratic) 82.8%[444]
Frank Spotorno (Republican) 17.1%[444]
New York 15 D+42 José Serrano Democratic 1990 Incumbent re-elected José Serrano (Democratic) 95.2%[444]
Alejandro Vega (Republican) 3.5%[444]
New York 16 D+21 Eliot Engel Democratic 1988 Incumbent re-elected Eliot Engel (Democratic) 94.4%[444]
New York 17 D+5 Nita Lowey Democratic 1988 Incumbent re-elected Nita Lowey (Democratic) 99.1%[444]
New York 18 Even Sean Patrick Maloney Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected Sean Patrick Maloney (Democratic) 55.6%[452]
Phil Oliva (Republican) 44.4%[453]
New York 19 D+1 Chris Gibson Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
John Faso (Republican) 54.2%[454]
Zephyr Teachout (Democratic) 45.7%[455]
New York 20 D+7 Paul Tonko Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected Paul Tonko (Democratic) 67.9%[444]
Francis J. Vitollo (Republican) 32.1%[444]
New York 21 Even Elise Stefanik Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected Elise Stefanik (Republican) 65.3%[456]
Mike Derrick (Democratic) 30.1%[457]
Matt Funiciello (Green) 4.6%[458]
New York 22 R+3 Richard Hanna Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Claudia Tenney (Republican) 46.5%[459]
Kim Myers (Democratic) 41.0%[460]
Martin Babinec (Reform) 11.8%[461]
New York 23 R+3 Tom Reed Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected Tom Reed (Republican) 57.6%[462]
John Plumb (Democratic) 42.4%[463]
New York 24 D+5 John Katko Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected John Katko (Republican) 60.5%[464]
Colleen Deacon (Democratic) 39.4%[465]
New York 25 D+7 Louise Slaughter Democratic 1986 Incumbent re-elected Louise Slaughter (Democratic) 56.1%[466]
Mark Assini (Republican) 43.8%[467]
New York 26 D+13 Brian Higgins Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected Brian Higgins (Democratic) 74.6%[444]
Shelly Shratz (Republican) 25.4%[444]
New York 27 R+8 Chris Collins Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected Chris Collins (Republican) 67.2%[444]
Diana Kastenbaum (Democratic) 32.8%[468]

North CarolinaEdit

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North Carolina 1 D+15 G. K. Butterfield Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. G. K. Butterfield (Democratic) 68.6%
H. Powell Dew (Republican) 29.0%
J. J. Summerell (Libertarian) 2.4%[469]
North Carolina 2 R+8 Renee Ellmers Republican 2010 Incumbent lost renomination.
Current member re-elected in new seat.
Republican hold.
George Holding (Republican) 56.7%
John McNeil (Democratic) 43.3%
North Carolina 3 R+11 Walter B. Jones Jr. Republican 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Walter B. Jones Jr. (Republican) 67.3%
Ernest Reeves (Democratic) 32.7%
North Carolina 4 D+13 David Price Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. David Price (Democratic) 68.2%
Sue Googe (Republican) 31.8%
North Carolina 5 R+9 Virginia Foxx Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Virginia Foxx (Republican) 58.4%
Josh Brannon (Democratic) 41.6%
North Carolina 6 R+10 Mark Walker Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mark Walker (Republican) 59.2%
Pete Glidewell (Democratic) 40.8%
North Carolina 7 R+9 David Rouzer Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. David Rouzer (Republican) 60.9%
J. Wesley Casteen (Democratic) 39.1%
North Carolina 8 R+8 Richard Hudson Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Richard Hudson (Republican) 58.8%
Thomas Mills (Democratic) 41.2%
North Carolina 9 R+8 Robert Pittenger Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Robert Pittenger (Republican) 58.2%[470]
Christian Cano (Democratic) 41.8%[471]
North Carolina 10 R+11 Patrick McHenry Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Patrick McHenry (Republican) 63.1%
Andy Millard (Democratic) 36.9%
North Carolina 11 R+12 Mark Meadows Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Mark Meadows (Republican) 64.1%[472]
Rick Bryson (Democratic) 35.9%[473]
North Carolina 12 D+16 Alma Adams Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Alma Adams (Democratic) 67.0%
Leon Threatt (Republican) 33.0%
North Carolina 13 R+5 George Holding Republican 2012 Incumbent ran in North Carolina's 2nd congressional district.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Ted Budd (Republican) 56.1%
Bruce Davis (Democratic) 43.9%

North DakotaEdit

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North Dakota at-large R+10 Kevin Cramer Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected Kevin Cramer (Republican) 69.1%[474]
Chase Iron Eyes (Democratic) 23.8%[475]
Jack Seaman (Libertarian) 7.0%[476]

OhioEdit

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Results Candidates
Ohio 1 R+6 Steve Chabot Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Chabot (Republican) 59.2%[477]
Michele Young (Democratic) 40.8%[477]
Sholom Keller (Write-in) 0.0%
Kiumars Kiani (Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 2 R+8 Brad Wenstrup Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Brad Wenstrup (Republican) 65.0%[478]
William R. Smith (Democratic) 32.8%[479]
Janet Everhard (Write-in) 2.2%
Ohio 3 D+17 Joyce Beatty Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Joyce Beatty (Democratic) 68.6%[480]
John Adams (Republican) 31.4%[480]
Ohio 4 R+9 Jim Jordan Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Jordan (Republican) 68.0%[481]
Janet Garrett (Democratic) 32.0%[482]
Ohio 5 R+7 Bob Latta Republican 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Bob Latta (Republican) 70.9%[483]
James L. Neu Jr. (Democratic) 29.1%[483]
Ohio 6 R+8 Bill Johnson Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Johnson (Republican) 70.7%[484]
Michael Lorentz (Democratic) 29.3%[484]
Ohio 7 R+6 Bob Gibbs Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Bob Gibbs (Republican) 64.0%[481]
Roy Rich (Democratic) 29.0%[481]
Dan Phillip (Independent) 7.0%
Ohio 8 R+15 Warren Davidson Republican 2016 Incumbent re-elected. Warren Davidson (Republican) 68.8%[52]
Steven Fought (Democratic) 27.0%[485]
Derrick James Hendricks (Green) 4.3%[486]
Ohio 9 D+15 Marcy Kaptur Democratic 1982 Incumbent re-elected. Marcy Kaptur (Democratic) 68.7%[481]
Donald Larson (Republican) 31.3%[481]
George Skalsky (Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 10 R+3 Mike Turner Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Turner (Republican) 64.1%[477]
Robert Klepinger (Democratic) 32.7%[477]
Tom McMasters (Independent) 3.2%
Dave Harlow (Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 11 D+30 Marcia Fudge Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Marcia Fudge (Democratic) 80.3%[481]
Beverly A. Goldstein (Republican) 19.8%[481]
Ohio 12 R+8 Pat Tiberi Republican 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Pat Tiberi (Republican) 66.6%[480]
Ed Albertson (Democratic) 29.8%[480]
Joe Manchik (Green) 3.6%[487]
J. Baumeister (Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 13 D+11 Tim Ryan Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Tim Ryan (Democratic) 67.7%[481]
Richard Morckel (Republican) 32.3%[481]
Calvin Hill (Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 14 R+4 David Joyce Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. David Joyce (Republican) 62.6%[481]
Michael Wager (Democratic) 37.4%[481]
Andrew Jarvi (Green; Write-in) 0.0%
Ohio 15 R+6 Steve Stivers Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Stivers (Republican) 66.2%[478]
Scott Wharton (Democratic) 33.8%[478]
Ohio 16 R+6 Jim Renacci Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Renacci (Republican) 65.3%[481]
Keith Mundy (Democratic) 34.7%[481]

OklahomaEdit

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Results Candidates
Oklahoma 1 R+18 Jim Bridenstine Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Bridenstine (Republican) 100%[488]
Oklahoma 2 R+20 Markwayne Mullin Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Markwayne Mullin (Republican) 70.6%[489]
Joshua Harris-Till (Democratic) 23.2%[490]
Oklahoma 3 R+26 Frank Lucas Republican 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Frank Lucas (Republican) 78.3%[491]
Frankie Robbins (Democratic) 21.7%[492]
Oklahoma 4 R+19 Tom Cole Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Cole (Republican) 69.6%[491]
Christina Owen (Democratic) 26.1%[492]
Sevier White (Libertarian) 4.3%[493]
Oklahoma 5 R+12 Steve Russell Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Russell (Republican) 57.1%[494]
Al McAffrey (Democratic) 36.8%[495]
Zachary Knight (Libertarian) 6.1%[493]

OregonEdit

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Results Candidates
Oregon 1 D+7 Suzanne Bonamici Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Suzanne Bonamici (Democratic) 59.6%[496]
Brian Heinrich (Republican) 37.0%[496]
Kyle Sheahan (Libertarian) 3.2%[497]
Oregon 2 R+10 Greg Walden Republican 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Crary (Democratic) 28.0%[498]
Greg Walden (Republican) 71.7%[496]
Oregon 3 D+22 Earl Blumenauer Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Earl Blumenauer (Democratic) 71.8%[496]
Oregon 4 D+2 Peter DeFazio Democratic 1986 Incumbent re-elected. Peter DeFazio (Democratic) 55.5%[499]
Art Robinson (Republican) 39.7%[499]
Gil Guthrie (Libertarian) 1.6%[500]
Michael Beilstein (Green) 3.0%[501]
Oregon 5 Even Kurt Schrader Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Kurt Schrader (Democratic) 53.5%[496]
Colm Willis (Republican) 43.0%[502]

PennsylvaniaEdit

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Results Candidates
Pennsylvania 1 D+28 Bob Brady Democratic 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Bob Brady (Democratic) 82.2%[503]
Deborah Williams (Republican) 17.8%[503]
Pennsylvania 2 D+38 Chaka Fattah Democratic 1994 Incumbent lost renomination.
Incumbent resigned June 23, 2016.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Dwight Evans (Democratic) 90.2%[504]
James Jones (Republican) 9.8%[504]
Pennsylvania 3 R+8 Mike Kelly Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Kelly (Republican)[505]
Pennsylvania 4 R+9 Scott Perry Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Scott Perry (Republican) 66.1%[506]
Joshua Burkholder (Democratic) 33.9%[507]
Pennsylvania 5 R+8 Glenn Thompson Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Glenn Thompson (Republican) 67.2%[508]
Kerith Strano Taylor (Democratic) 32.8%[509]
Pennsylvania 6 R+2 Ryan Costello Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Ryan Costello (Republican) 57.3%[510]
Mike Parrish (Democratic) 42.7%[511]
Pennsylvania 7 R+2 Pat Meehan Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Pat Meehan (Republican) 59.5%[512]
Mary Ellen Balchunis (Democratic) 40.5%[513]
Pennsylvania 8 R+1 Mike Fitzpatrick Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Brian Fitzpatrick (Republican) 54.4%[514]
Steve Santarsiero (Democratic) 45.6%[515]
Pennsylvania 9 R+14 Bill Shuster Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Shuster (Republican) 63.4%[516]
Art Halvorson (Democratic) 36.6%[517]
Pennsylvania 10 R+12 Tom Marino Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Tom Marino (Republican) 70.2%[503]
Mike Molesevich (Democratic) 29.8%[518][519]
Pennsylvania 11 R+6 Lou Barletta Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Lou Barletta (Republican) 63.7%[520]
Michael Marsicano (Democratic) 36.3%[521]
Pennsylvania 12 R+6 Keith Rothfus Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Keith Rothfus (Republican) 61.8%[503]
Erin McClelland (Democratic) 38.2%[522]
Pennsylvania 13 D+13 Brendan Boyle Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Brendan Boyle (Democratic)[503]
Pennsylvania 14 D+15 Mike Doyle Democratic 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Doyle (Democratic) 74.4%[503]
Lenny McAllister (Republican) 25.6%[507]
Pennsylvania 15 R+2 Charlie Dent Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Charlie Dent (Republican) 58.4%[503]
Rick Daugherty (Democratic) 38.0%[503]
Paul Rizzo (Libertarian) 3.6%[523]
Pennsylvania 16 R+4 Joe Pitts Republican 1996 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Lloyd Smucker (Republican) 53.8%[524]
Christina Hartman (Democratic) 42.9%[525]
Shawn House (Libertarian) 3.4%[523]
Pennsylvania 17 D+4 Matt Cartwright Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Matt Cartwright (Democratic) 53.8%[526]
Matt Connolly (Republican) 46.2%[527]
Pennsylvania 18 R+10 Tim Murphy Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Tim Murphy (Republican)[503]

Rhode IslandEdit

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Results Candidates
Rhode Island 1 D+15 David Cicilline Democratic 2010 Incumbent re-elected. David Cicilline (Democratic) 64.5%[528]
H. Russell Taub (Republican) 35.1%[529]
Rhode Island 2 D+8 James Langevin Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. James Langevin (Democratic) 58.1%[528]
Rhue Reis (Republican) 30.7%[530]
Jeffrey Johnson (Independent) 7.1%
Salvatore Caiozzo (Independent) 3.9%

South CarolinaEdit

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Results Candidates
South Carolina 1 R+11 Mark Sanford Republican 2013 Incumbent re-elected Mark Sanford (Republican) 58.6%[531]
Dimitri Cherny (Democratic) 36.8%[532]
Michael Crier Jr. (Libertarian) 3.6%[533]
Albert Travison (American) 0.9%
South Carolina 2 R+16 Joe Wilson Republican 2001 Incumbent re-elected Joe Wilson (Republican) 60.3%[534]
Arik Bjorn (Democratic) 35.9%[535]
Eddie McCain (American) 3.8%
South Carolina 3 R+18 Jeff Duncan Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected Jeff Duncan (Republican) 72.8%[534]
Hosea Cleveland (Democratic) 27.1%[534]
South Carolina 4 R+15 Trey Gowdy Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected Trey Gowdy (Republican) 67.2%[536]
Chris Fedalei (Democratic) 31.0%[537]
Michael Chandler (Constitution) 1.7%
South Carolina 5 R+9 Mick Mulvaney Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected Mick Mulvaney (Republican) 59.2%[534]
Fran Person (Democratic) 38.7%[538]
Rudy Barnes Jr. (American) 2.0%
South Carolina 6 D+21 Jim Clyburn Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected Jim Clyburn (Democratic) 70.1%[534]
Laura Sterling (Republican) 27.6%[539]
Rich Piotrowski (Libertarian) 1.2%[533]
Prince Mallory (Green) 1.0%[533]
South Carolina 7 R+7 Tom Rice Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected Tom Rice (Republican) 61.0%[534]
Mal Hyman (Democratic) 39.0%[540]

South DakotaEdit

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Results Candidates
South Dakota at-large R+10 Kristi Noem Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Kristi Noem (Republican) 64.1%[541]
Paula Hawks (Democratic) 35.9%[542]

TennesseeEdit

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Results Candidates
Tennessee 1 R+25 Phil Roe Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Phil Roe (Republican) 78.4%[543]
Alam Bohms (Democratic) 15.4%[543]
Robert Franklin (Independent) 6.2%[543]
Tennessee 2 R+20 Jimmy Duncan Republican 1988 Incumbent re-elected. Jimmy Duncan (Republican) 75.6%[543]
Stuart Starr (Democratic) 24.4%[543]
Tennessee 3 R+16 Chuck Fleischmann Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Chuck Fleischmann (Republican) 66.4%[543]
Melody Shekari (Democratic) 28.8%[543]
Topher Kersting (Independent) 0.9%[543]
Cassandra Mitchell (Independent) 1.9%[543]
Rick Tyler (Independent) 1.9%[543]
Tennessee 4 R+18 Scott DesJarlais Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Scott DesJarlais (Republican) 65.0%[543]
Steven Reynolds (Democratic) 35.0%[543]
Tennessee 5 D+5 Jim Cooper Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Cooper (Democratic) 62.6%[543]
Stacy Ries Snyder (Republican) 37.4%[543]
Tennessee 6 R+21 Diane Black Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Diane Black (Republican) 71.1%[543]
David Kent (Democratic) 21.8%[543]
David Ross (Independent) 7.1%[543]
Tennessee 7 R+18 Marsha Blackburn Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Marsha Blackburn (Republican) 72.2%[543]
Tharon Chandler (Democratic) 23.5%[543]
Leonard Ladner (Independent) 4.3%[543]
Tennessee 8 R+19 Stephen Fincher Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
David Kustoff (Republican) 68.8%[544]
Rickey Hobson (Democratic) 25.1%[543]
Shelia Godwin (Independent) 2.3%[543]
James Hart (Independent) 1.4%[543]
Adrian Montague (Independent) 0.9%[543]
Mark Rawles (Independent) 0.9%[543]
Karen Free Spirit Talley-Lane (Independent) 0.7%[543]
Tennessee 9 D+25 Steve Cohen Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Steve Cohen (Democratic) 78.7%[543]
Paul Cook (Independent) 2.4%[543]
Wayne Alberson (Republican) 18.9%[543]

TexasEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
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Results Candidates
Texas 1 R+24 Louie Gohmert Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Louie Gohmert (Republican) 73.9%[545]
Shirley McKellar (Democratic) 24.1%[546]
Phil Gray (Libertarian) 1.9%[547]
Texas 2 R+16 Ted Poe Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Ted Poe (Republican) 60.6%[548]
Pat Bryan (Democratic) 36.0%[548]
James B. Veasaw (Libertarian) 2.3%[547]
Joshua Darr (Green) 1.0%[549]
Texas 3 R+17 Sam Johnson Republican 1991 Incumbent re-elected. Sam Johnson (Republican) 61.2%[548]
Adam Bell (Democratic) 34.6%[550]
Scott Jameson (Libertarian) 3.3%[547]
Paul Blair (Green) 0.9%[549]
Texas 4 R+25 John Ratcliffe Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. John Ratcliffe (Republican) 88.0%[551]
Cody Wommack (Libertarian) 12.0%[547]
Texas 5 R+17 Jeb Hensarling Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Jeb Hensarling (Republican) 80.6%[548]
Ken Ashby (Libertarian) 19.4%[547]
Texas 6 R+11 Joe Barton Republican 1984 Incumbent re-elected. Joe Barton (Republican) 58.3%[552]
Ruby Fay Woolridge (Democratic) 39.0%[553]
Darrel Smith Jr. (Green) 2.6%[549]
Texas 7 R+13 John Culberson Republican 2000 Incumbent re-elected. John Culberson (Republican) 56.2%[548]
James Cargas (Democratic) 43.8%[548]
Texas 8 R+29 Kevin Brady Republican 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Kevin Brady (Republican) 100%[554]
Texas 9 D+25 Al Green Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Al Green (Democratic) 80.6%[548]
Jeff Martin (Republican) 19.4%[555]
Texas 10 R+11 Michael McCaul Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Michael McCaul (Republican) 57.3%[556]
Tawana Cadien (Democratic) 38.4%[548]
Bill Kelsey (Libertarian) 4.2%[547]
Texas 11 R+31 Mike Conaway Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Mike Conaway (Republican) 89.5%[557]
Nicholas Landholt (Libertarian) 10.5%[547]
Texas 12 R+19 Kay Granger Republican 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Kay Granger (Republican) 69.4%[553]
Bill Bradshaw (Democratic) 26.9%[548]
Ed Colliver (Libertarian) 3.8%[547]
Texas 13 R+32 Mac Thornberry Republican 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Mac Thornberry (Republican) 90.0%[558]
Calvin DeWeese (Libertarian) 6.7%[547]
H.F. "Rusty" Tomlinson (Green) 3.4%[549]
Texas 14 R+12 Randy Weber Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Randy Weber (Republican) 61.9%[548]
Michael Cole (Democratic) 38.1%[548]
Texas 15 D+5 Rubén Hinojosa Democratic 1996 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Vicente González (Democratic) 57.3%[559]
Tom Westley (Republican) 37.7%[560]
Ross Lynn Leone (Libertarian) 1.9%[547]
Vanessa Tijerina (Green) 3.1%[549]
Texas 16 D+12 Beto O'Rourke Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Beto O'Rourke (Democratic) 85.7%[561]
Jaime O. Perez (Libertarian) 10.0%[547]
Mary Gourdoux (Green) 4.3%[549]
Texas 17 R+13 Bill Flores Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Bill Flores (Republican) 60.8%[562]
William Matta (Democratic) 35.2%[563]
Clark Patterson (Libertarian) 4.0%[547]
Texas 18 D+24 Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Sheila Jackson Lee (Democratic) 73.5%[548]
Lori Bartley (Republican) 23.6%[548]
Thomas Kleven (Green) 2.9%[549]
Texas 19 R+26 Randy Neugebauer Republican 2003 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Jodey Arrington (Republican) 86.7%[564]
Troy Bonar (Libertarian) 8.5%[547]
Mark Lawson (Green) 4.8%[549]
Texas 20 D+6 Joaquín Castro Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Joaquín Castro (Democratic) 79.7%[548]
Jeffrey C. Blunt (Libertarian) 15.5%[547]
Paul Pipkin (Green) 4.8%[549]
Texas 21 R+12 Lamar Smith Republican 1986 Incumbent re-elected. Lamar Smith (Republican) 57.0%[548]
Tom Wakely (Democratic) 36.5%[548]
Mark Loewe (Libertarian) 4.1%[547]
Antonio Diaz (Green) 2.4%[549]
Texas 22 R+15 Pete Olson Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Pete Olson (Republican) 59.5%[548]
Mark Gibson (Democratic) 40.5%[548]
Texas 23 R+3 Will Hurd Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Will Hurd (Republican) 48.3%[565]
Pete Gallego (Democratic) 47.0%[566]
Ruben S. Corvalan (Libertarian) 4.7%[547]
Texas 24 R+13 Kenny Marchant Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Kenny Marchant (Republican) 56.2%[553]
Jan McDowell (Democratic) 39.3%[553]
Mike Kolls (Libertarian) 3.1%[547]
Kevin McCormick (Green) 1.4%[549]
Texas 25 R+12 Roger Williams Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Roger Williams (Republican) 58.4%[553]
Kathi Thomas (Democratic) 37.7%[548]
Loren Marc Schneiderman (Libertarian) 3.9%[547]
Texas 26 R+20 Michael Burgess Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Michael Burgess (Republican) 66.4%[553]
Eric Mauck (Democratic) 29.6%[553]
Mark Boler (Libertarian) 4.0%[547]
Texas 27 R+13 Blake Farenthold Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Blake Farenthold (Republican) 61.7%[548]
Roy Barrera (Democratic) 38.3%[548]
Texas 28 D+7 Henry Cuellar Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Henry Cuellar (Democratic) 66.2%[548]
Zeffen Hardin (Republican) 31.3%[548]
Michael Cary (Green) 2.5%[549]
Texas 29 D+12 Gene Green Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Gene Green (Democratic) 72.5%[548]
Julio Garza (Republican) 24.0%[548]
N. Ruben Perez (Libertarian) 2.5%[547]
James Partsch-Galvan (Green) 1.1%[549]
Texas 30 D+27 Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Eddie Bernice Johnson (Democratic) 77.9%[567]
Charles Lingerfelt (Republican) 19.0%[548]
Jarrett R. Woods (Libertarian) 2.2%[547]
Thom Prentice (Green) 0.9%[549]
Texas 31 R+12 John Carter Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. John Carter (Republican) 58.4%[568]
Mike Clark (Democratic) 36.5%[548]
Scott Ballard (Libertarian) 5.2%[547]
Texas 32 R+10 Pete Sessions Republican 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Pete Sessions (Republican) 71.1%[548]
Ed Rankin (Libertarian) 19.0%[547]
Gary Stuard (Green) 10.0%[549]
Texas 33 D+18 Marc Veasey Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Marc Veasey (Democratic) 73.7%[553]
Mark Mitchell (Republican) 26.3%[553]
Texas 34 D+8 Filemon Vela Jr. Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Filemon Vela Jr. (Democratic) 62.7%[569]
Rey Gonzalez (Republican) 37.3%[570]
Texas 35 D+11 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 1994 Incumbent re-elected. Lloyd Doggett (Democratic) 63.1%[548]
Susan Narvaiz (Republican) 31.6%[548]
Rhett Rosenquest Smith (Libertarian) 3.3%[547]
Scott Trimble (Green) 2.1%[549]
Texas 36 R+25 Brian Babin Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Brian Babin (Republican) 88.6%[571]
Hal Ridley Jr. (Green) 11.4%[549]

UtahEdit

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Results Candidates
Utah 1 R+27 Rob Bishop Republican 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Rob Bishop (Republican) 65.9%[572]
Peter Clemens (Democratic) 26.4%[573]
Craig Bowden (Libertarian) 5.9%[574]
Chadwick Fairbanks III (Unaffiliated) 1.7%
Utah 2 R+18 Chris Stewart Republican 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Chris Stewart (Republican) 61.6%[575]
Charlene Albarran (Democratic) 33.9%[576]
Paul J. McCollaum Jr. (Constitution) 4.5%
Utah 3 R+28 Jason Chaffetz Republican 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Jason Chaffetz (Republican) 73.5%
Stephen Tryon (Democratic) 26.5%[573]
Utah 4 R+16 Mia Love Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Mia Love (Republican) 53.8%[577]
Doug Owens (Democratic) 41.3%[578]
Collin R. Simonsen (Constitution) 4.9%

VermontEdit

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Results Candidates
Vermont at-large D+16 Peter Welch Democratic 2006 Incumbent re-elected. Peter Welch (Democratic) 82.5%[579]
Erica Clawson (Liberty Union) 9.2%

VirginiaEdit

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Results Candidates
Virginia 1 R+8 Rob Wittman Republican 2007 Incumbent re-elected. Rob Wittman (Republican) 59.9%[580]
Matt Rowe (Democratic) 36.6%[581]
Glenda Parker (Independent) 3.4%[582]
Virginia 2 R+4 Scott Rigell Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Scott Taylor (Republican) 61.3%[583]
Shaun D. Brown (Democratic) 38.5%[584]
Virginia 3 D+15 Bobby Scott Democratic 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Bobby Scott (Democratic) 66.7%[585]
Marty Williams (Republican) 33.1%[586]
Virginia 4 D+8 Randy Forbes Republican 2001 Incumbent ran in Virginia's 2nd congressional district
and lost renomination there.
Democratic gain.
Donald McEachin (Democratic) 57.7%[587]
Mike Wade (Republican) 42.0%[588]
Virginia 5 R+5 Robert Hurt Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Thomas Garrett Jr. (Republican) 58.2%[589]
Jane Dittmar (Democratic) 41.6%[590]
Virginia 6 R+12 Bob Goodlatte Republican 1992 Incumbent re-elected. Bob Goodlatte (Republican) 66.6%[591]
Kai Degner (Democratic) 33.2%[592]
Virginia 7 R+8 Dave Brat Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Dave Brat (Republican) 57.5%[593]
Eileen Bedell (Democratic) 42.2%[594]
Virginia 8 D+16 Don Beyer Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Don Beyer (Democratic) 68.4%[595]
Charles Hernick (Republican) 27.3%[596]
Julio Gracia (Independent) 4.1%[582]
Virginia 9 R+15 Morgan Griffith Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Morgan Griffith (Republican) 68.6%[597]
Derek Kitts (Democratic) 28.3%[598]
Janice Boyd (Independent) 2.9%[582]
Virginia 10 R+2 Barbara Comstock Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Barbara Comstock (Republican) 52.7%[599]
LuAnn Bennett (Democratic) 46.9%[600]
Virginia 11 D+10 Gerry Connolly Democratic 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Gerry Connolly (Democratic) 87.9%[601]
Write-ins 12.1%

WashingtonEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Washington 1 D+4 Suzan DelBene Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Suzan DelBene (Democratic) 55.4%[602]
Robert Sutherland (Republican) 44.6%[603]
Washington 2 D+8 Rick Larsen Democratic 2000 Incumbent re-elected. Rick Larsen (Democratic) 64.0%[603]
Marc Hennemann (Republican) 36.0%[603]
Washington 3 R+2 Jaime Herrera Beutler Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Jaime Herrera Beutler (Republican) 61.8%[604]
Jim Moeller (Democratic) 38.2%[605]
Washington 4 R+13 Dan Newhouse Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Dan Newhouse (Republican) 57.6%[606]
Clint Didier (Republican) 42.4%[603]
Washington 5 R+7 Cathy McMorris Rodgers Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Republican) 59.6%[607]
Joe Pakootas (Democratic) 40.4%[608]
Washington 6 D+5 Derek Kilmer Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Derek Kilmer (Democratic) 61.5%[603]
Todd Bloom (Republican) 38.5%[603]
Washington 7 D+29 Jim McDermott Democratic 1988 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Democratic hold.
Pramila Jayapal (Democratic) 56.0%[609]
Brady Walkinshaw (Democratic) 44.0%[610]
Washington 8 R+1 Dave Reichert Republican 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Dave Reichert (Republican) 60.2%[611]
Tony Ventrella (Democratic) 39.8%[612]
Washington 9 D+17 Adam Smith Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Adam Smith (Democratic) 72.9%[603]
Doug Basler (Republican) 27.1%[603]
Washington 10 D+5 Denny Heck Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Denny Heck (Democratic) 58.7%[603]
Jim Postma (Republican) 41.3%[603]

West VirginiaEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
West Virginia 1 R+14 David McKinley Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. David McKinley (Republican) 69.0%[613]
Mike Manypenny (Democratic) 31.0%[614]
West Virginia 2 R+11 Alex Mooney Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Alex Mooney (Republican) 58.2%[615]
Mark Hunt (Democratic) 41.8%[616]
West Virginia 3 R+14 Evan Jenkins Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Evan Jenkins (Republican) 67.9%[617]
Matt Detch (Democratic) 24.0%[618]
Zane Lawhorn (Libertarian) 8.1%[619]

WisconsinEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Wisconsin 1 R+3 Paul Ryan Republican 1998 Incumbent re-elected. Paul Ryan (Republican) 65.0%[620]
Ryan Solen (Democratic) 30.2%[621]
Jason LeBeck (Libertarian) 2.1%[622]
Wisconsin 2 D+17 Mark Pocan Democratic 2012 Incumbent re-elected. Mark Pocan (Democratic) 68.7%[623]
Peter Theron (Republican) 31.2%[623]
Wisconsin 3 D+5 Ron Kind Democratic 1996 Incumbent re-elected. Ron Kind (Democratic) 98.9%[624]
Wisconsin 4 D+23 Gwen Moore Democratic 2004 Incumbent re-elected. Gwen Moore (Democratic) 76.7%[623]
Andy Craig (Libertarian) 11.2%[622]
Robert Raymond (Independent) 11.7%
Wisconsin 5 R+13 Jim Sensenbrenner Republican 1978 Incumbent re-elected. Jim Sensenbrenner (Republican) 66.7%[623]
Khary Penebaker (Democratic) 29.3%[625]
John Arndt (Libertarian) 3.9%[622]
Wisconsin 6 R+5 Glenn Grothman Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Glenn Grothman (Republican) 57.2%[623]
Sarah Lloyd (Democratic) 37.3%[626]
Jeff Dahlke (Independent) 5.5%
Wisconsin 7 R+2 Sean Duffy Republican 2010 Incumbent re-elected. Sean Duffy (Republican) 61.7%[627]
Mary Hoeft (Democratic) 38.3%[628]
Wisconsin 8 R+2 Reid Ribble Republican 2010 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Mike Gallagher (Republican) 62.7%[629]
Tom Nelson (Democratic) 37.3%[630]

WyomingEdit

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District PVI Representative Party First
elected
Results Candidates
Wyoming at-large R+22 Cynthia Lummis Republican 2008 Incumbent retired.
New member elected.
Republican hold.
Liz Cheney (Republican) 60.3%[631]
Daniel Clyde Cummings (Constitution) 4.0%
Ryan Greene (Democratic) 29.2%[632]
Lawrence Struempf (Libertarian) 3.5%[633]

Non-voting delegatesEdit

Main article &
delegate list
District Delegate Party First
elected
Incumbent
status
Candidates
Main article (list) American Samoa Aumua Amata Radewagen Republican 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Amata Coleman Radewagen (Republican) 75.4%[634]
Salu Hunkin-Finau (Democratic) 13.4%[634]
Mapu Jamias (Democratic) 8.3%[635]
Timothy Jones (Independent) 1.4%[635]
Meleagi Suitonu-Chapman (Democratic) 1.5%[635]
Main article (list) District of Columbia Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic 1990 Incumbent re-elected. Eleanor Holmes Norton (Democratic) 88.1%[636]
Martin Moulton (Libertarian) 6.2%[636]
Natale Stracuzzi (Green) 4.8%[636]
Main article (list) Guam Madeleine Bordallo Democratic 2002 Incumbent re-elected. Madeleine Bordallo (Democratic) 53.7%[637]
Felix Camacho (Republican) 45.7%[638]
Main article (list) Northern Mariana Islands Gregorio Sablan Independent 2008 Incumbent re-elected. Gregorio Sablan (Independent)[639]
Main article (list) Puerto Rico Pedro Pierluisi NPP 2008 Incumbent retired to run for Governor.
New resident commissioner elected. New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico hold.
Jenniffer González (NPP) 48.8%[640]
Héctor Ferrer (PDP) 47.2%[640]
Hugo Rodríguez (PIP) 2.7%[640]
Mariana Nogales Molinelli (PPT) 1.3%[640]
Main article (list) United States Virgin Islands Stacey Plaskett Democratic 2014 Incumbent re-elected. Stacey Plaskett (Democratic)[641]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ As well as the six non-voting delegates of the United States House of Representatives.
  2. ^ Following court mandated redistricting, Webster is seeking re-election in Florida's 11th congressional district.
  3. ^ Following court mandated redistricting, Forbes sought re-election in Virginia's 2nd congressional district.

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