1987 United States House of Representatives elections
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In 1987 there were two special elections to the United States House of Representatives to serve in the 100th United States Congress.
|California 5||Sala Burton||Democratic||1983 (Special)||Incumbent died February 1, 1987.
A special election was held April 7, 1987, but no candidate received the required majority.
New member won a special run-off election June 2, 1987.
|√ Nancy Pelosi (Democratic) 63.36%|
Harriet Ross (Republican) 30.68%
Karen Edwards (Independent) 2.19%
Theodore "Ted" Zuur (Peace & Freedom) 1.51%
Sam Grove (Libertarian) 1.37%
Catherine Renee Sedwick (Independent) 0.90%
|Connecticut 4||Stewart McKinney||Republican||1970||Incumbent died May 7, 1987.
New member elected August 18, 1987.
|√ Chris Shays (Republican) 57.17%|
Christine Niedermeier (Democratic) 42.20%
Nicholas J. Tarzia (War Against AIDS) 0.59%
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