1000 Congressional Districts

House Seniority after 2016 Election
  • House Seniority after 2016 Election:


    First Elected in 1964

    • John Conyers (D-Michigan 1)
    First Elected in 1973
    • Don Young (R-Alaska 2)
    First Elected in 1974
    • Rick Nolan (D-Minnesota 8)
    First Elected in 1978
    • Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wisconsin 7)
    First Elected in 1980
    • Hal Rogers (R-Kentucky 10)
    • Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland 19)
    First Elected in 1982
    • Jim Cooper (D-Tennessee 6)
    • Sander Levin (D-Michigan 11)
    • Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio 25)
    First Elected in 1984
    • Pete Visclosky (D-Indiana 14)
    First Elected in 1986
    • Mike Espy (D-Mississippi 3)
    • Peter De Fazio (D-Oregon 10)
    • Kweisi Mfume (D-Maryland 4)
    • Jimmy Duncan (R-Tennessee 13)
    • Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey 21)
    • David Price (D-North Carolina 29)
    • John Lewis (D-Georgia 2)
    • Fred Upton (R-Michigan 24)
    • Louise Slaughter (D-New York 50)
    First Elected in 1988
    • Richard Neal (D-Massachusetts 17)
    • Cliff Stearns (R-Florida 50)
    • Kenneth LaValle (R-New York 2)
    • Eliot Engel (D-New York 35)
    • Nita Lowey (D-New York 39)
    First Elected in 1989
    • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Florida 3)
    First Elected in 1990, special
    • José Serrano (D-New York 36)
    First Elected in 1990
    • Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut 5)
    • Collin Peterson (D-Minnesota 17)
    • Raymond Lesniak (D-New Jersey 3)
    • Dan Blue (D-North Carolina 6)
    • Bill Larkin (R-New York 41)
    First Elected in 1992, special
    • Jerry Nadler (D-New York 29)
    First Elected in 1992
    • Bennie Thompson (D-Mississippi 1)
    • Jim Clyburn (D-South Carolina 1)
    • Albert Wynn (D-Maryland 17)
    • Dick Saslaw (D-Virginia 4)
    • Bobby Scott (D-Virginia 15)
    • Emmett Hanger (R-Virginia 19)
    • Bob Goodlatte (R-Virginia 24)
    • Jack Kingston (R-Georgia 22)
    • Sanford Bishop (D-Georgia 27)
    • Bobby Rush (D-Illinois 3)
    • Luis Gutiérrez (D-Illinois 4)
    • Peter T. King (R-New York 3)
    • Nydia Velázquez (D-New York 26)
    • Carolyn Maloney (D-New York 28)
    First Elected in 1994
    • Charles Bass (R-New Hampshire 1)
    • Todd Tiahrt (R-Kansas 2)
    • Frank Lucas (R-Oklahoma 5)
    • Mark Sanford (R-South Carolina 5)
    • Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland 5)
    • Van Hilleary (R-Tennessee 7)
    • Randy McNally (R-Tennessee 16)
    • Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-New Jersey 14)
    • Frank LoBiondo (R-New Jersey 23)
    • Steve Chabot (R-Ohio 7)
    • Robert R. Cupp (R-Ohio 27)
    • Mike Doyle (D-Pennsylvania 29)
    • Ron Saunders (D-Florida 1)
    • Helene Weinstein (D-New York 21)
    First Elected in 1996, special
    • Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon 2)
    First Elected in 1996
    • Terry Neese (R-Oklahoma 3)
    • Robert Aderholt (R-Alabama 10)
    • Diana DeGette (D-Colorado 1)
    • Peter Barca (D-Wisconsin 5)
    • Ron Kind (D-Wisconsin 16)
    • Marc Pacheco (D-Massachusetts 4)
    • Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts 21)
    • Adam Smith (D-Washington 13)
    • Bill Pascrell (D-New Jersey 7)
    • Robert W. Singer (R-New Jersey 29)
    • Thurbert Baker (D-Georgia 9)
    • Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio 18)
    • Dave Argall (R-Pennsylvania 21)
    • Danny K. Davis (D-Illinois 8)
    • Dave Syverson (R-Illinois 30)
    • John Shimkus (R-Illinois 40)
    • Jim Tedisco (R-New York 47)
    First Elected in 1998, special
    • Gregory Meeks (D-New York 10)
    First Elected in 1998
    • Mike Simpson (R-Idaho 5)
    • John B. Larson (D-Connecticut 11)
    • Greg Walden (R-Oregon 13)
    • Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin 8)
    • Becky Skillman (R-Indiana 7)
    • Mike Capuano (D-Massachusetts 10)
    • Sam Thompson (R-New Jersey 16)
    • Erskine Bowles (D-North Carolina 7)
    • Scott Oelslager (R-Ohio 30)
    • Jan Schakowsky (D-Illinois 10)
    • Donald L. Moffitt (R-Illinois 33)
    • Joe Crowley (D-New York 16)
    • Joseph Robach (R-New York 51)
    First Elected in 2000
    • James Langevin (D-Rhode Island 3)
    • Joe Ganim (D-Connecticut 3)
    • Rob Simmons (R-Connecticut 12)
    • Brad Hutto (D-South Carolina 6)
    • Betty McCollum (D-Minnesota 7)
    • Lacy Clay (D-Missouri 1)
    • Sam Graves (D-Missouri 14)
    • Stephen F. Lynch (D-Massachusetts 6)
    • Rick Larsen (D-Washington 15)
    • Randy Forbes (R-Virginia 14)
    • Tommy Norment (R-Virginia 17)
    • Nicholas Asselta (R-New Jersey 22)
    • David Ralston (R-Georgia 19)
    • John Cherry (D-Michigan 19)
    • Benjamin Ramos (D-Pennsylvania 2)
    • Sam Rohrer (R-Pennsylvania 14)
    • Bill Brady (R-Illinois 35)
    • John Flanagan (R-New York 5)
    • John McEneny (D-New York 44)
    First Elected in 2001
    • Joe Wilson (R-South Carolina 1)
    • Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania 39)
    First Elected in 2002
    • Jeb Bradley (R-New Hampshire 3)
    • Ed Case (D-Hawaii 2)
    • Steve Pearce (R-New Mexico 6)
    • Rob Bishop (R-Utah 8)
    • Tom King (R-Mississippi 2)
    • Steve King (R-Iowa 9)
    • Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma 12)
    • Bill Bradbury (D-Oregon 7)
    • Thomas C. Alexander (R-South Carolina 12)
    • Mike Rogers (R-Alabama 13)
    • John Kline (R-Minnesota 3)
    • Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Maryland 6)
    • Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee 8)
    • Raúl Grijalva (D-Arizona 4)
    • Trent Franks (R-Arizona 14)
    • Robert DeLeo (D-Massachusetts 7)
    • Terry Kilgore (R-Virginia 26)
    • Scott Garrett (R-New Jersey 12)
    • Diane Allen (R-New Jersey 27)
    • Brad Miller (D-North Carolina 4)
    • G. K. Butterfield (D-North Carolina 15)
    • David Scott (D-Georgia 1)
    • Phil Gingrey (R-Georgia 5)
    • Jim Marshall (D-Georgia 28)
    • Jason Allen (R-Michigan 32)
    • Tim Ryan (D-Ohio 33)
    • Tim Murphy (R-Pennsylvania 28)
    • Frank Dermody (D-Pennsylvania 30)
    • Christine Radogno (R-Illinois 22)
    • Chris Smith (D-Florida 10)
    • Mario Díaz-Balart (R-Florida 11)
    • Tim Bishop (D-New York 1)
    • Brian Kolb (R-New York 63)
    First Elected in 2004, special
    • Ben Chandler (D-Kentucky 6)
    First Elected in 2004
    • Jeff Fortenberry (R-Nebraska 4)
    • Michelle Fischbach (R-Minnesota 16)
    • Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin 1)
    • Joe Leibham (R-Wisconsin 6)
    • Dale Schultz (R-Wisconsin 17)
    • Christopher Shank (R-Maryland 9)
    • Peter Kinder (R-Missouri 6)
    • Emanuel Cleaver (D-Missouri 11)
    • Frank Niceley (R-Tennessee 14)
    • Mae Beavers (R-Tennessee 17)
    • James R. Buck (R-Indiana 20)
    • Niki Tsongas (D-Massachusetts 15)
    • Doug Ericksen (R-Washington 2)
    • Karen Keiser (D-Washington 8)
    • Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Washington 22)
    • Albio Sires (D-New Jersey 2)
    • Barbara Buono (D-New Jersey 8)
    • Virginia Foxx (R-North Carolina 22)
    • Patrick McHenry (R-North Carolina 24)
    • Tom Price (R-Georgia 3)
    • Lynn Westmoreland (R-Georgia 14)
    • John Barrow (D-Georgia 24)
    • Terri Lynn Land (R-Michigan 26)
    • Joseph Koziura (D-Ohio 21)
    • Jamie Callender (R-Ohio 22)
    • Jake Corman (R-Pennsylvania 40)
    • William M. Daley (D-Illinois 9)
    • Melissa Bean (D-Illinois 14)
    • Dan Lipinski (D-Illinois 16)
    • Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida 9)
    • Brian Higgins (D-New York 58)
    First Elected in 2005
    • Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio 8)
    First Elected in 2006
    • Peter Welch (D-Vermont 1)
    • Adrian Smith (R-Nebraska 6)
    • John Raese (R-West Virginia 2)
    • Steve Harrison (R-West Virginia 3)
    • Amy Tuck (R-Mississippi 10)
    • Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa 4)
    • Richard Devlin (D-Oregon 5)
    • John Yarmuth (D-Kentucky 1)
    • Priscila Dunn (D-Alabama 6)
    • Ed Perlmutter (D-Colorado 5)
    • Doug Lamborn (R-Colorado 13)
    • Tim Walz (D-Minnesota 2)
    • Keith Ellison (D-Minnesota 11)
    • Nancy Floreen (D-Maryland 12)
    • Steve Cohen (D-Tennessee 1)
    • Dennis Roach (R-Tennessee 15)
    • Dave Farnsworth (R-Arizona 9)
    • Bob Cherry (R-Indiana 8)
    • Ronnie Alting (R-Indiana 21)
    • Patricia Haddad (D-Massachusetts 3)
    • Frank Chopp (D-Washington 3)
    • Ron Sims (D-Washington 10)
    • Mamie Locke (D-Virginia 18)
    • Paul Sarlo (D-New Jersey 5)
    • John Wisniewski (D-New Jersey 15)
    • Phil Berger (R-North Carolina 12)
    • Heath Shuler (D-North Carolina 20)
    • Cherie Berry (R-North Carolina 25)
    • Hank Johnson (D-Georgia 10)
    • Tim Walberg (R-Michigan 20)
    • Jim Jordan (R-Ohio 10)
    • Betty Sutton (D-Ohio 24)
    • Joe Scarnati (R-Pennsylvania 38)
    • Lisa Madigan (D-Illinois 7)
    • Bill Foster (D-Illinois 23)
    • Chad Hays (R-Illinois 29)
    • Vern Buchanan (R-Florida 25)
    • Gus Bilirakis (R-Florida 39)
    • Kathy Castor (D-Florida 40)
    • Mike Fasano (R-Florida 44)
    • Félix Ortiz (D-New York 24)
    • Yvette Clarke (D-New York 25)
    • Tom Reed (R-New York 62)
    First Elected in 2007
    • Rob Wittman (R-Virginia 11)
    • Paul Broun (R-Georgia 21)
    • Bob Latta (R-Ohio 26)
    First Elected in 2008, special
    • André Carson (D-Indiana 2)
    • Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio 16)
    • Mike Quigley (D-Illinois 5)
    First Elected in 2008
    • Cyntia Lummis (R-Wyoming 2)
    • Brent Hill (R-Idaho 3)
    • Rick Sheehy (R-Nebraska 5)
    • Dianne Hamilton (R-New Mexico 3)
    • Ben Ray Lujan (D-New Mexico 5)
    • Dina Titus (D-Nevada 2)
    • Sandy Praeger (R-Kansas 4)
    • Lynn Jenkins (R-Kansas 6)
    • Gregg Harper (R-Mississippi 9)
    • Rob Hogg (D-Iowa 2)
    • Jim Himes (D-Connecticut 1)
    • Joan Hartley (D-Connecticut 6)
    • Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Oregon 1)
    • Kurt Schraeder (D-Oregon 4)
    • Damon Thayer (R-Kentucky 7)
    • Brett Guthrie (R-Kentucky 12)
    • Kip Holden (D-Louisiana 8)
    • Keith Hightower (D-Louisiana 13)
    • Jay Lucas (R-South Carolina 8)
    • Cam Ward (R-Alabama 5)
    • Jim McClendon (R-Alabama 12)
    • Bobby Bright (D-Alabama 14)
    • Jared Polis (D-Colorado 4)
    • Rebecca Otto (D-Minnesota 4)
    • Bev Scalze (D-Minnesota 6)
    • Erik Paulsen (R-Minnesota 9)
    • Jon Erpenbach (D-Wisconsin 10)
    • Pamela Beidle (D-Wisconsin 7)
    • Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Missouri 16)
    • Phil Roe (R-Tennessee 8)
    • Thomas McDermott (D-Indiana 13)
    • Barbara L'Italien (D-Massachusetts 13)
    • Craig Pridemore (D-Washington 17)
    • Chuck Caputo (D-Virginia 2)
    • Patrick Diegnan (D-New Jersey 17)
    • Leonard Lance (R-New Jersey 18)
    • James Beach (D-New Jersey 26)
    • James Allen Joines (D-North Carolina 9)
    • Valencia Seay (D-Georgia 13)
    • Steve Bieda (D-Michigan 8)
    • Kerry Bentivolio (R-Michigan 13)
    • Richard Cordray (D-Ohio 1)
    • Mary Jo Kilroy (D-Ohio 4)
    • Steve Driehaus (D-Ohio 6)
    • Kathy Dahlkemper (D-Pennsylvania 36)
    • Glenn Thompson (R-Pennsylvania 37)
    • Jacqueline Y. Collins (D-Illinois 1)
    • Robin Kelly (D-Illinois 18)
    • Tom Rooney (R-Florida 26)
    • Bill Posey (R-Florida 28)
    • Buddy Dyer (D-Florida 35)
    • Alex Sink (D-Florida 42)
    • Michael McMahon (D-New York 23)
    • Dan Maffei (D-New York 56)
    First Elected in 2010, special
    • Ted Deutch (D-Florida 16)
    First Elected in 2010
    • Rick Berg (R-North Dakota 1)
    • Kristi Noem (R-South Dakota 2)
    • Colin Bonini (R-Delaware 3)
    • David Cicilline (D-Rhode Island 1)
    • Cynthia Dill (D-Maine 1)
    • Mufi Hannemann (D-Hawaii 1)
    • Raul Labrador (R-Idaho 2)
    • David McKinley (R-West Virginia 4)
    • William Sharer (R-New Mexico 4)
    • Joe Heck (R-Nevada 1)
    • Chris Giunchigliani (D-Nevada 4)
    • Mark Amodei (R-Nevada 9)
    • Kevin Yoder (R-Kansas 3)
    • Joyce Elliott (D-Arkansas 1)
    • Rick Crawford (R-Arkansas 4)
    • Steve Womack (R-Arkansas 10)
    • Steven Palazzo (R-Mississippi 7)
    • Christie Vilsack (D-Iowa 7)
    • Bob Godfrey (D-Connecticut 2)
    • Shane Jett (R-Oklahoma 11)
    • Bruce Hanna (R-Oregon 12)
    • Jerry Abramson (D-Kentucky 2)
    • Trey Grayson (R-Kentucky 3)
    • Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky 5)
    • Ed Worley (R-Kentucky 8)
    • Steven Rudy (R-Kentucky 14)
    • Cedric Richmond (D-Louisiana 1)
    • Gerald Long (R-Louisiana 12)
    • Greg Gregory (R-South Carolina 9)
    • Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina 11)
    • Jeff Duncan (R-South Carolina 15)
    • Chad Fincher (R-Alabama 2)
    • Terri Sewell (D-Alabama 7)
    • Arthur Orr (R-Alabama 8)
    • Mo Brooks (R-Alabama 9)
    • Frank McNulty (R-Colorado 7)
    • Morgan Carroll (D-Colorado 9)
    • Don Marostica (R-Colorado 11)
    • Scott Tipton (R-Colorado 15)
    • Carla Nelson (R-Minnesota 1)
    • Debra Hilstrom (D-Minnesota 12)
    • Lena Taylor (D-Wisconsin 3)
    • Sean Duffy (R-Wisconsin 19)
    • Mike Smigiel (R-Maryland 2)
    • Allan Kittleman (R-Maryland 8)
    • Billy Long (R-Missouri 18)
    • Vicky Hartzler (R-Missouri 20)
    • A C Wharton (D-Tennessee 2)
    • Stephen Fincher (R-Tennessee 4)
    • Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tennessee 9)
    • Steve Southerland (R-Tennessee 12)
    • Diane Black (R-Tennessee 18)
    • Scott DesJarlais (R-Tennessee 21)
    • David Schweikert (R-Arizona 16)
    • Paul Gosar (R-Arizona 19)
    • Jean Breaux (D-Indiana 3)
    • Todd Rokita (R-Indiana 5)
    • Larry Bucshon (R-Indiana 9)
    • Brandt Hershman (R-Indiana 15)
    • Bill Keating (D-Massachusetts 1)
    • Keiko Orrall (R-Massachusetts 2)
    • Dick Muri (R-Washington 6)
    • Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Washington 16)
    • Mark Sickles (D-Virginia 6)
    • Robert Hurt (R-Virginia 16)
    • C. W. Carrico Sr. (R-Virginia 25)
    • Mary Jo Codey (D-New Jersey 11)
    • James Cain (R-North Carolina 8)
    • Bill Bell (D-North Carolina 11)
    • George G. Cleveland (R-North Carolina 16)
    • Renee Ellmers (R-North Carolina 30)
    • Charlice Byrd (R-Georgia 6)
    • Rob Woodall (R-Georgia 16)
    • Ross Tolleson (R-Georgia 29)
    • Austin Scott (R-Georgia 30)
    • Doug Geiss (D-Michigan 5)
    • Candice Miller (R-Michigan 9)
    • Bill Huizenga (R-Michigan 25)
    • Brian Calley (R-Michigan 28)
    • Nina Turner (D-Ohio 17)
    • Jim Renacci (R-Ohio 20)
    • Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio 31)
    • John Boccieri (D-Ohio 34)
    • Bill Johnson (R-Ohio 37)
    • Katie McGinty (D-Pennsylvania 11)
    • Mike Fleck (R-Pennsylvania 24)
    • Michael Peifer (R-Pennsylvania 25)
    • Lou Barletta (R-Pennsylvania 27)
    • Tom Marino (R-Pennsylvania 41)
    • Susana Mendoza (D-Illinois 6)
    • Elizabeth Hernandez (D-Illinois 15)
    • Randy Hultgren (R-Illinois 20)
    • Linda Holmes (D-Illinois 21)
    • Pat McGuire (D-Illinois 25)
    • Michael W. Tryon (R-Illinois 28)
    • Joe Walsh (R-Illinois 31)
    • Mike Bost (R-Illinois 42)
    • Manny Diaz (D-Florida 4)
    • Frederica Wilson (D-Florida 6)
    • Maria Sachs (D-Florida 17)
    • Denise Grimsley (R-Florida 27)
    • Sandy Adams (R-Florida 30)
    • Scott Plakon (R-Florida 33)
    • Dennis Ross (R-Florida 43)
    • Daniel Webster (R-Florida 46)
    • Rob Bradley (R-Florida 55)
    • Gwen Graham (D-Florida 58)
    • Steve Southerland (R-Florida 59)
    • Mike Fitzpatrick (R-New York 4)
    • John Liu (D-New York 13)
    • David Weprin (D-New York 14)
    • Liz Krueger (D-New York 30)
    • Kathy Marchione (R-New York 46)
    First Elected in 2012, special
    • Suzanne Bonamici (D-Oregon 3)
    • Donald Payne Jr. (D-New Jersey 4)
    First Elected in 2012
    • Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming 1)
    • Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota 2)
    • Marty Jackley (R-South Dakota 3)
    • Ryan Zinke (R-Montana 2)
    • Allan Fung (R-Rhode Island 2)
    • Ann McLane Kuster (D-New Hampshire 2)
    • Bruce Poliquin (R-Maine 3)
    • Bill Cole (R-West Virginia 5)
    • Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-New Mexico 1)
    • Steven Horsford (D-Nevada 5)
    • Chris Stewart (R-Utah 4)
    • David Hinkins (R-Utah 7)
    • Jeff Longbine (R-Kansas 7)
    • Tracey Mann (R-Kansas 8)
    • Rita Potts Parks (R-Mississippi 5)
    • Kevin Witkos (R-Connecticut 4)
    • Elizabeth Esty (D-Connecticut 7)
    • Greg Treat (R-Oklahoma 2)
    • Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma 10)
    • Deborah Boone (D-Oregon 6)
    • Fred Girod (R-Oregon 8)
    • Arnie Roblan (D-Oregon 9)
    • John Schickel (R-Kentucky 4)
    • Eric Skrmetta (R-Louisiana 3)
    • Page Cortez (R-Louisiana 10)
    • Lance Harris (R-Louisiana 15)
    • Tom Rice (R-South Carolina 7)
    • Sam Jones (D-Alabama 1)
    • Gerald Allen (R-Alabama 4)
    • Andy Kerr (D-Colorado 6)
    • Peggy Scott (R-Minnesota 7)
    • Bill Ingebrigtsen (R-Minnesota 15)
    • Robin Vos (R-Wisconsin 4)
    • Mark Pocan (D-Wisconsin 9)
    • Kathy Bernier (R-Wisconsin 15)
    • Jeannie Haddaway (R-Maryland 1)
    • John Delaney (D-Maryland 11)
    • Ken Ulman (D-Maryland 15)
    • Dan Bongino (R-Maryland 16)
    • Clint Zweifel (D-Missouri 2)
    • Marsha Haefner (R-Missouri 3)
    • Ann Wagner (R-Missouri 5)
    • Doug Funderburk (R-Missouri 7)
    • Denny Hoskins (R-Missouri 13)
    • Karl Dean (D-Tennessee 5)
    • Paul Babeu (R-Arizona 6)
    • Kyrsten Sinema (D-Arizona 12)
    • Kimberly Yee (R-Arizona 15)
    • Joe Shirley Jr. (D-Arizona 20)
    • Greg Ballard (R-Indiana 1)
    • Susan Brooks (R-Indiana 4)
    • Luke Messer (R-Indiana 6)
    • Ryan Mishler (R-Indiana 16)
    • Jackie Walorski (R-Indiana 17)
    • Liz Brown (R-Indiana 18)
    • Michael D. Brady (D-Massachusetts 5)
    • Joe Kennedy III (D-Massachusetts 8)
    • Benjamin Downing (D-Massachusetts 16)
    • Ryan Fattman (R-Massachusetts 18)
    • Derek Kilmer (D-Washington 4)
    • Denny Heck (D-Washington 5)
    • Clint Didier (R-Washington 20)
    • Mary Verner (D-Washington 21)
    • Chap Petersen (D-Virginia 3)
    • Kenny Alexander (D-Virginia 13)
    • Jerramiah Healy (D-New Jersey 1)
    • Sheila Oliver (D-New Jersey 9)
    • Steve Sweeney (D-New Jersey 24)
    • Sarah Stevens (R-North Carolina 10)
    • Michael Speciale (R-North Carolina 14)
    • Mark Meadows (R-North Carolina 19)
    • Patricia Timmons-Goodson (D-North Carolina 23)
    • Richard Hudson (R-North Carolina 28)
    • Brett Harrell (R-Georgia 17)
    • Doug Collins (R-Georgia 20)
    • Jody Hice (R-Georgia 23)
    • Andy Dillon (D-Michigan 4)
    • Jase Bolger (R-Michigan 16)
    • Virgil Bernero (D-Michigan 17)
    • Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio 2)
    • Michael B. Coleman (D-Ohio 3)
    • Peggy Lehner (R-Ohio 11)
    • Nicholas J. Celebrezze (D-Ohio 19)
    • Jeffrey McClain (R-Ohio 28)
    • Terry Boose (R-Ohio 32)
    • Michael Nutter (D-Pennsylvania 5)
    • Jim Cawley (R-Pennsylvania 7)
    • Daylin Leach (D-Pennsylvania 13)
    • Bryan Cutler (R-Pennsylvania 16)
    • Jim Cox (R-Pennsylvania 18)
    • Mike Folmer (R-Pennsylvania 19)
    • Scott Perry (R-Pennsylvania 20)
    • Richard Alloway (R-Pennsylvania 23)
    • Matt Cartwright (D-Pennsylvania 26)
    • Keith Rothfus (R-Pennsylvania 31)
    • Kim Ward (R-Pennsylvania 34)
    • Brad Schneider (D-Illinois 12)
    • Melinda Bush (D-Illinois 13)
    • Cheri Bustos (D-Illinois 32)
    • Rodney Davis (R-Illinois 38)
    • David Reis (R-Illinois 39)
    • William Enyart (D-Illinois 41)
    • Francis Rooney (R-Florida 12)
    • Lois Frankel (D-Florida 19)
    • Joe Negron (R-Florida 21)
    • Alvin Brown (D-Florida 51)
    • John Rutherford (R-Florida 52)
    • Ron DeSantis (R-Florida 54)
    • Ted Yoho (R-Florida 57)
    • James Sanders Jr. (D-New York 11)
    • Grace Meng (D-New York 12)
    • Hakeem Jeffries (D-New York 18)
    • Daniel Squadron (D-New York 27)
    • Melissa Mark-Viverito (D-New York 34)
    • Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-New York 37)
    • Sean Patrick Maloney (D-New York 38)
    • John Katko (R-New York 53)
    • Chris Collins (R-New York 60)
    • Jack Quinn III (R-New York 61)
    First Elected in 2014, special
    • Donald Norcross (D-New Jersey 25)
    • Alma Adams (D-North Carolina 1)
    • Curt Clawson (R-Florida 13)
    • David Jolly (R-Florida 37)
    First Elected in 2014
    • Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska 1)
    • Shantel Krebs (R-South Dakota 1)
    • Valerie Longhurst (D-Delaware 2)
    • Rick Hill (R-Montana 3)
    • Marilinda Garcia (R-New Hampshire 4)
    • Mike Thibodeau (R-Maine 4)
    • Bernard Carvalho (D-Hawaii 3)
    • Russ Fulcher (R-Idaho 1)
    • Don Bacon (R-Nebraska 1)
    • Brad Ashford (D-Nebraska 2)
    • Beau McCoy (R-Nebraska 3)
    • Alex Mooney (R-West Virginia 1)
    • Evan Jenkins (R-West Virginia 6)
    • Hector Balderas (D-New Mexico 2)
    • Cresent Hardy (R-Nevada 7)
    • Ben McAdams (D-Utah 1)
    • Aimee Winder Newton (R-Utah 2)
    • Mia Love (R-Utah 5)
    • Evan Vickers (R-Utah 9)
    • Ron Estes (R-Kansas 1)
    • Leslie Rutledge (R-Arkansas 2)
    • Matthew Shepherd (R-Arkansas 3)
    • Dennis Milligan (R-Arkansas 6)
    • Bruce Westerman (R-Arkansas 7)
    • Jon Eubanks (R-Arkansas 8)
    • Derrick Simmons (D-Mississippi 4)
    • Chris McDaniel (R-Mississippi 8)
    • Rod Blum (R-Iowa 1)
    • Mark Lofgren (R-Iowa 3)
    • Pat Grassley (R-Iowa 5)
    • Matt Strawn (R-Iowa 6)
    • David Young (R-Iowa 8)
    • Dan Drew (D-Connecticut 8)
    • Theresa Gerratana (D-Connecticut 9)
    • Pedro Segarra (D-Connecticut 10)
    • Steve Russell (R-Oklahoma 1)
    • T. W. Shannon (R-Oklahoma 4)
    • Dennis Richardson (R-Oregon 11)
    • Jill York (R-Kentucky 9)
    • Mitch Landrieu (D-Louisiana 2)
    • Lenar Whitney (R-Louisiana 4)
    • Ralph Abraham (R-Louisiana 7)
    • Garret Graves (R-Louisiana 9)
    • Bret Allain (R-Louisiana 11)
    • Nancy Mace (R-South Carolina 4)
    • Ralph Norman (R-South Carolina 10)
    • Shane Martin (R-South Carolina 14)
    • Bradley Byrne (R-Alabama 3)
    • Barry Moore (R-Alabama 15)
    • Dominick Moreno (D-Colorado 3)
    • Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Colorado 8)
    • Ken Buck (R-Colorado 10)
    • Owen Hill (R-Colorado 12)
    • Clarice Navarro (R-Colorado 14)
    • Tom Emmer (R-Minnesota 13)
    • Chris Abele (D-Wisconsin 2)
    • Jim Steineke (R-Wisconsin 12)
    • Tom Tiffany (R-Wisconsin 13)
    • Glenn Grothman (R-Wisconsin 18)
    • Kathy Szeliga (R-Maryland 3)
    • Aruna Miller (D-Maryland 10)
    • Rushern Baker (D-Maryland 14)
    • Paul Curtman (R-Missouri 8)
    • Mike Cierpiot (R-Missouri 12)
    • Kurt Schaefer (R-Missouri 15)
    • David Kustoff (R-Tennessee 3)
    • Jimmy Matlock (R-Tennessee 10)
    • David Gowan (R-Arizona 1)
    • Martha McSally (R-Arizona 2)
    • Douglas J. Nicholls (R-Arizona 5)
    • Steve Smith (R-Arizona 7)
    • Juan Mendez (D-Arizona 10)
    • Ruben Gallego (D-Arizona 11)
    • Katie Hobbs (D-Arizona 13)
    • Kate Brophy McGee (R-Arizona 17)
    • Steve Montenegro (R-Arizona 18)
    • Sue Ellspermann (R-Indiana 10)
    • Seth Moulton (D-Massachusetts 9)
    • Jay Gonzalez (D-Massachusetts 12)
    • Drew C. MacEwen (R-Washington 1)
    • Hans Zeiger (R-Washington 7)
    • Marko Liias (D-Washington 12)
    • Kevin Ranker (D-Washington 18)
    • Dan Newhouse (R-Washington 19)
    • Don Beyer (D-Virginia 5)
    • Bryce Reeves (R-Virginia 8)
    • Dwight Clinton Jones (D-Virginia 20)
    • Tom Garrett (R-Virginia 21)
    • Ben Cline (R-Virginia 22)
    • Dave Brat (R-Virginia 23)
    • Holly Schepisi (R-New Jersey 6)
    • BettyLou DeCroce (R-New Jersey 13)
    • Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-New Jersey 19)
    • Tom MacArthur (R-New Jersey 28)
    • Anthony Foxx (D-North Carolina 3)
    • Nancy McFarlane (D-North Carolina 5)
    • Ed Goodwin (R-North Carolina 13)
    • David Rouzer (R-North Carolina 18)
    • Larry Yarborough (R-North Carolina 21)
    • Tommy Tucker (R-North Carolina 26)
    • Barry Loudermilk (R-Georgia 7)
    • Charlie Bethel (R-Georgia 12)
    • Jon Burns (R-Georgia 25)
    • Drew Ferguson (R-Georgia 26)
    • William Ligon (R-Georgia 32)
    • Debbie Dingell (D-Michigan 3)
    • Brenda Lawrence (D-Michigan 7)
    • Mike Bishop (R-Michigan 12)
    • Gretchen Driskell (D-Michigan 14)
    • Mike Shirkey (R-Michigan 15)
    • Dayne Walling (D-Michigan 18)
    • Paul Mitchell (R-Michigan 21)
    • Sean McCann (D-Michigan 22)
    • John Moolenaar (R-Michigan 23)
    • Goeff Hansen (R-Michigan 29)
    • Dorothy Pelanda (R-Ohio 5)
    • Warren Davidson (R-Ohio 15)
    • Al Landis (R-Ohio 36)
    • Brendan Boyle (D-Pennsylvania 1)
    • Zane David Memeger (D-Pennsylvania 4)
    • Joe Emrick (R-Pennsylvania 8)
    • Madeleine Dean (D-Pennsylvania 12)
    • Ryan Costello (R-Pennsylvania 15)
    • Scott Wagner (R-Pennsylvania 22)
    • Mike Reese (R-Pennsylvania 33)
    • Jim Christiana (R-Pennsylvania 35)
    • Patricia Van Pelt (D-Illinois 2)
    • Kelly Burke (D-Illinois 17)
    • Sue Rezin (R-Illinois 26)
    • Erika Harold (R-Illinois 36)
    • José Javier Rodríguez (D-Florida 2)
    • Philip Levine (D-Florida 5)
    • Carlos Curbelo (R-Florida 7)
    • Katie Edwards (D-Florida 14)
    • Lizbeth Benacquisto (R-Florida 23)
    • Victor M. Torres Jr. (D-Florida 31)
    • Randolph Bracy (D-Florida 34)
    • Charlie Crist (D-Florida 36)
    • Darren Soto (D-Florida 45)
    • Richard Corcoran (R-Florida 49)
    • Ashton Hayward (R-Florida 61)
    • Kathleen Rice (D-New York 7)
    • Jumaane Williams (D-New York 20)
    • Caroline Kennedy (D-New York 31)
    • David Carlucci (D-New York 40)
    • Kieran Lalor (R-New York 42)
    • Terry Gipson (D-New York 43)
    • Elise Stefanik (R-New York 48)
    • Patty Ritchie (R-New York 49)
    • Mark Johns (R-New York 52)
    • Fred Akshar (R-New York 55)
    • Rob Ortt (R-New York 59)
    First Elected in 2015
    • Trent Kelly (R-Mississippi 6)
    • Candice Keller (R-Ohio 13)
    • Darin LaHood (R-Illinois 34)
    • Dan Donovan (R-New York 22)
    First Elected in 2016
    • Tim Ashe (D-Vermont 2)
    • Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-Delaware 1)
    • Greg Gianforte (R-Montana 1)
    • Jared Golden (D-Maine 2)
    • Kai Kahele (D-Hawaii 4)
    • Luke Malek (D-Idaho 4)
    • Xochitl Torres Small (D-New Mexico 7)
    • Susie Lee (D-Nevada 3)
    • Nicole Cannizzaro (D-Nevada 6)
    • Hillary Schieve (D-Nevada 8)
    • Kim Coleman (R-Utah 3)
    • John Curtis (R-Utah 6)
    • Dennis Pyle (R-Kansas 5)
    • Roger Marshall (R-Kansas 9)
    • Blake Johnson (R-Arkansas 5)
    • Bob Ballinger (R-Arkansas 9)
    • Tim Kraayenbrink (R-Iowa 10)
    • Nathan Dahm (R-Oklahoma 6)
    • Kevin Hern (R-Oklahoma 7)
    • Roger Thompson (R-Oklahoma 8)
    • Micheal Bergstrom (R-Oklahoma 9)
    • James Comer (R-Kentucky 11)
    • Matt Castlen (R-Kentucky 13)
    • Eddie Lambert (R-Louisiana 5)
    • Sharon Hewitt (R-Louisiana 6)
    • Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana 14)
    • Joe Cunningham (D-South Carolina 3)
    • Craig Gagnon (R-South Carolina 13)
    • Steve Livingston (R-Alabama 11)
    • Tom Whatley (R-Alabama 16)
    • Crisanta Duran (D-Colorado 2)
    • Randy Baumgardner (R-Colorado 16)
    • Dean Phillips (D-Minnesota 10)
    • Andrew Lang (R-Minnesota 14)
    • Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin 11)
    • James W. Edming (R-Wisconsin 14)
    • Jamie Raskin (D-Maryland 13)
    • Anthony G. Brown (D-Maryland 18)
    • Jill Schupp (D-Missouri 4)
    • Todd Richardson (R-Missouri 9)
    • Kenneth Wilson (R-Missouri 10)
    • Sandy Crawford (R-Missouri 17)
    • Jeffery Justus (R-Missouri 19)
    • John Stevens (R-Tennessee 19)
    • Kirk Haston (R-Tennessee 20)
    • Randall Friese (D-Arizona 3)
    • Andy Biggs (R-Arizona 8)
    • Sonny Borrelli (R-Arizona 21)
    • Trey Hollingsworth (R-Indiana 11)
    • Jeff Raatz (R-Indiana 12)
    • Jim Banks (R-Indiana 19)
    • Thomas M. Stanley (D-Massachusetts 11)
    • Jerry Parisella (D-Massachusetts 14)
    • Yvonne M. Spicer (D-Massachusetts 19)
    • Jonathan Zlotnik (D-Massachusetts 20)
    • Kim Schrier (D-Washington 9)
    • Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington 11)
    • June Robinson (D-Washington 14)
    • Jennifer Wexton (D-Virginia 1)
    • Hala Ayala (D-Virginia 7)
    • Michael Webert (R-Virginia 9)
    • Nick Freitas (R-Virginia 10)
    • Scott Taylor (R-Virginia 12)
    • Josh Gottheimer (D-New Jersey 10)
    • Andy Kim (D-New Jersey 20)
    • Dan Clodfelter (D-North Carolina 2)
    • John Bell (R-North Carolina 17)
    • Ted Budd (R-North Carolina 27)
    • Danny Britt (R-North Carolina 31)
    • Erica Thomas (D-Georgia 4)
    • Jon Ossoff (D-Georgia 8)
    • Chuck Hufstetler (R-Georgia 11)
    • Brian Strickland (R-Georgia 15)
    • P. K. Martin IV (R-Georgia 18)
    • C. Ellis Black (R-Georgia 31)
    • Brenda Jones (D-Michigan 2)
    • Peter Lucido (R-Michigan 10)
    • Rosalynn Bliss (D-Michigan 27)
    • Jack Bergman (R-Michigan 30)
    • Lee Chatfield (R-Michigan 31)
    • Terry Johnson (R-Ohio 9)
    • Nan Whaley (D-Ohio 12)
    • Wes Retherford (R-Ohio 14)
    • Frank LaRose (R-Ohio 23)
    • Kris Jordan (R-Ohio 29)
    • Frank Hoagland (R-Ohio 35)
    • David Scheffler (R-Ohio 38)
    • Dwight Evans (D-Pennsylvania 3)
    • Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pennsylvania 6)
    • Susan Wild (D-Pennsylvania 9)
    • Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pennsylvania 10)
    • Lloyd Smucker (R-Pennsylvania 17)
    • Ryan Warner (R-Pennsylvania 32)
    • Laura Fine (D-Illinois 11)
    • Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Illinois 19)
    • Kathleen Willis (D-Illinois 24)
    • Sean Casten (D-Illinois 27)
    • Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Illinois 37)
    • Wayne Messam (D-Florida 8)
    • Mark Gilbert (D-Florida 15)
    • Lori Berman (D-Florida 18)
    • Brian Mast (R-Florida 20)
    • Dane Eagle (R-Florida 22)
    • Julio Gonzalez (R-Florida 24)
    • Tyler Sirois (R-Florida 29)
    • Val Demings (D-Florida 32)
    • Susan Valdes (D-Florida 38)
    • Ross Spano (R-Florida 41)
    • Ralph Massullo (R-Florida 47)
    • Jennifer Sullivan (R-Florida 48)
    • John Peyton (R-Florida 53)
    • Halsey Beshears (R-Florida 56)
    • Matt Gaetz (R-Florida 60)
    • Thomas Suozzi (D-New York 6)
    • Todd Kaminsky (D-New York 8)
    • Kevin Thomas (D-New York 9)
    • Catalina Cruz (D-New York 15)
    • Adriano Espaillat (D-New York 17)
    • Chaim Deutsch (D-New York 19)
    • Alessandra Biaggi (D-New York 32)
    • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York 33)
    • John Faso (R-New York 45)
    • Claudia Tenney (R-New York 54)
    • Svante Myrick (D-New York 57)
     
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    House Seniority after 2018 Election
  • House Seniority after 2018 Election:


    First Elected in 1973

    • Don Young (R-Alaska 2)
    First Elected in 1974
    • Rick Nolan (D-Minnesota 8)
    First Elected in 1978
    • Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wisconsin 7)
    First Elected in 1980
    • Hal Rogers (R-Kentucky 10)
    • Steny Hoyer (D-Maryland 19)
    First Elected in 1982
    • Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio 25)
    First Elected in 1984
    • Pete Visclosky (D-Indiana 14)
    First Elected in 1986
    • Mike Espy (D-Mississippi 3)
    • Peter De Fazio (D-Oregon 10)
    • Kweisi Mfume (D-Maryland 4)
    • Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey 21)
    • David Price (D-North Carolina 29)
    • John Lewis (D-Georgia 2)
    • Fred Upton (R-Michigan 24)
    First Elected in 1988
    • Richard Neal (D-Massachusetts 17)
    • Cliff Stearns (R-Florida 50)
    • Kenneth LaValle (R-New York 2)
    • Eliot Engel (D-New York 35)
    • Nita Lowey (D-New York 39)
    First Elected in 1990, special
    • José Serrano (D-New York 36)
    First Elected in 1990
    • Rosa DeLauro (D-Connecticut 5)
    • Collin Peterson (D-Minnesota 17)
    • Raymond Lesniak (D-New Jersey 3)
    • Dan Blue (D-North Carolina 6)
    First Elected in 1992, special
    • Jerry Nadler (D-New York 29)
    First Elected in 1992
    • Bennie Thompson (D-Mississippi 1)
    • Jim Clyburn (D-South Carolina 1)
    • Albert Wynn (D-Maryland 17)
    • Dick Saslaw (D-Virginia 4)
    • Bobby Scott (D-Virginia 15)
    • Bob Goodlatte (R-Virginia 24)
    • Sanford Bishop (D-Georgia 27)
    • Bobby Rush (D-Illinois 3)
    • Peter T. King (R-New York 3)
    • Nydia Velázquez (D-New York 26)
    • Carolyn Maloney (D-New York 28)
    First Elected in 1994
    • Todd Tiahrt (R-Kansas 2)
    • Frank Lucas (R-Oklahoma 5)
    • Mark Sanford (R-South Carolina 5)
    • Elijah Cummings (D-Maryland 5)
    • Van Hilleary (R-Tennessee 7)
    • Randy McNally (R-Tennessee 16)
    • Steve Chabot (R-Ohio 7)
    • Robert R. Cupp (R-Ohio 27)
    • Mike Doyle (D-Pennsylvania 29)
    • Ron Saunders (D-Florida 1)
    • Helene Weinstein (D-New York 21)
    First Elected in 1996, special
    • Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon 2)
    First Elected in 1996
    • Terry Neese (R-Oklahoma 3)
    • Robert Aderholt (R-Alabama 10)
    • Diana DeGette (D-Colorado 1)
    • Peter Barca (D-Wisconsin 5)
    • Ron Kind (D-Wisconsin 16)
    • Marc Pacheco (D-Massachusetts 4)
    • Jim McGovern (D-Massachusetts 21)
    • Adam Smith (D-Washington 13)
    • Bill Pascrell (D-New Jersey 7)
    • Robert W. Singer (R-New Jersey 29)
    • Thurbert Baker (D-Georgia 9)
    • Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio 18)
    • Dave Argall (R-Pennsylvania 21)
    • Danny K. Davis (D-Illinois 8)
    • John Shimkus (R-Illinois 40)
    • Jim Tedisco (R-New York 47)
    First Elected in 1998, special
    • Gregory Meeks (D-New York 10)
    First Elected in 1998
    • Mike Simpson (R-Idaho 5)
    • John B. Larson (D-Connecticut 11)
    • Greg Walden (R-Oregon 13)
    • Becky Skillman (R-Indiana 7)
    • Mike Capuano (D-Massachusetts 10)
    • Erskine Bowles (D-North Carolina 7)
    • Scott Oelslager (R-Ohio 30)
    • Jan Schakowsky (D-Illinois 10)
    • Donald L. Moffitt (R-Illinois 33)
    • Joe Crowley (D-New York 16)
    • Joseph Robach (R-New York 51)
    First Elected in 2000
    • James Langevin (D-Rhode Island 3)
    • Joe Ganim (D-Connecticut 3)
    • Brad Hutto (D-South Carolina 6)
    • Betty McCollum (D-Minnesota 5)
    • Sam Graves (D-Missouri 14)
    • Stephen F. Lynch (D-Massachusetts 6)
    • Rick Larsen (D-Washington 15)
    • David Ralston (R-Georgia 19)
    • John Cherry (D-Michigan 19)
    • Benjamin Ramos (D-Pennsylvania 2)
    • Sam Rohrer (R-Pennsylvania 14)
    • Bill Brady (R-Illinois 35)
    • John McEneny (D-New York 44)
    First Elected in 2001
    • Joe Wilson (R-South Carolina 2)
    First Elected in 2002
    • Ed Case (D-Hawaii 2)
    • Rob Bishop (R-Utah 8)
    • Tom King (R-Mississippi 2)
    • Steve King (R-Iowa 9)
    • Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma 12)
    • Bill Bradbury (D-Oregon 7)
    • Thomas C. Alexander (R-South Carolina 12)
    • Mike Rogers (R-Alabama 13)
    • Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Maryland 6)
    • Robert DeLeo (D-Massachusetts 7)
    • Terry Kilgore (R-Virginia 26)
    • Scott Garrett (R-New Jersey 12)
    • Diane Allen (R-New Jersey 27)
    • Brad Miller (D-North Carolina 4)
    • G. K. Butterfield (D-North Carolina 15)
    • David Scott (D-Georgia 1)
    • Jim Marshall (D-Georgia 28)
    • Jason Allen (R-Michigan 32)
    • Tim Ryan (D-Ohio 33)
    • Frank Dermody (D-Pennsylvania 30)
    • Christine Radogno (R-Illinois 22)
    • Chris Smith (D-Florida 10)
    • Mario Díaz-Balart (R-Florida 11)
    • Tim Bishop (D-New York 1)
    • Brian Kolb (R-New York 63)
    First Elected in 2004, special
    • Ben Chandler (D-Kentucky 6)
    First Elected in 2004
    • Michelle Fischbach (R-Minnesota 16)
    • Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin 1)
    • Joe Leibham (R-Wisconsin 6)
    • Dale Schultz (R-Wisconsin 17)
    • Christopher Shank (R-Maryland 9)
    • Peter Kinder (R-Missouri 6)
    • Emanuel Cleaver (D-Missouri 11)
    • Frank Niceley (R-Tennessee 14)
    • Mae Beavers (R-Tennessee 17)
    • James R. Buck (R-Indiana 20)
    • Doug Ericksen (R-Washington 2)
    • Karen Keiser (D-Washington 8)
    • Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Washington 22)
    • Albio Sires (D-New Jersey 2)
    • Barbara Buono (D-New Jersey 8)
    • Virginia Foxx (R-North Carolina 22)
    • Patrick McHenry (R-North Carolina 24)
    • Lynn Westmoreland (R-Georgia 14)
    • John Barrow (D-Georgia 24)
    • Terri Lynn Land (R-Michigan 26)
    • Joseph Koziura (D-Ohio 21)
    • Jamie Callender (R-Ohio 22)
    • Jake Corman (R-Pennsylvania 40)
    • William M. Daley (D-Illinois 9)
    • Melissa Bean (D-Illinois 14)
    • Dan Lipinski (D-Illinois 16)
    • Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida 9)
    • Brian Higgins (D-New York 58)
    First Elected in 2005
    • Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio 8)
    First Elected in 2006
    • Peter Welch (D-Vermont 1)
    • Adrian Smith (R-Nebraska 6)
    • John Raese (R-West Virginia 2)
    • Steve Harrison (R-West Virginia 3)
    • Amy Tuck (R-Mississippi 10)
    • Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa 4)
    • Richard Devlin (D-Oregon 5)
    • John Yarmuth (D-Kentucky 1)
    • Priscila Dunn (D-Alabama 6)
    • Ed Perlmutter (D-Colorado 5)
    • Doug Lamborn (R-Colorado 13)
    • Nancy Floreen (D-Maryland 12)
    • Steve Cohen (D-Tennessee 1)
    • Dennis Roach (R-Tennessee 15)
    • Dave Farnsworth (R-Arizona 9)
    • Bob Cherry (R-Indiana 8)
    • Ronnie Alting (R-Indiana 21)
    • Patricia Haddad (D-Massachusetts 3)
    • Frank Chopp (D-Washington 3)
    • Ron Sims (D-Washington 10)
    • Mamie Locke (D-Virginia 18)
    • Paul Sarlo (D-New Jersey 5)
    • John Wisniewski (D-New Jersey 15)
    • Phil Berger (R-North Carolina 12)
    • Heath Shuler (D-North Carolina 20)
    • Cherie Berry (R-North Carolina 25)
    • Hank Johnson (D-Georgia 10)
    • Tim Walberg (R-Michigan 20)
    • Jim Jordan (R-Ohio 10)
    • Betty Sutton (D-Ohio 24)
    • Joe Scarnati (R-Pennsylvania 38)
    • Lisa Madigan (D-Illinois 7)
    • Bill Foster (D-Illinois 23)
    • Chad Hays (R-Illinois 29)
    • Vern Buchanan (R-Florida 25)
    • Gus Bilirakis (R-Florida 39)
    • Kathy Castor (D-Florida 40)
    • Mike Fasano (R-Florida 44)
    • Félix Ortiz (D-New York 24)
    • Yvette Clarke (D-New York 25)
    • Tom Reed (R-New York 62)
    First Elected in 2007
    • Rob Wittman (R-Virginia 11)
    • Paul Broun (R-Georgia 21)
    • Bob Latta (R-Ohio 26)
    First Elected in 2008, special
    • André Carson (D-Indiana 2)
    • Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio 16)
    • Mike Quigley (D-Illinois 5)
    First Elected in 2008
    • Cyntia Lummis (R-Wyoming 2)
    • Brent Hill (R-Idaho 3)
    • Rick Sheehy (R-Nebraska 5)
    • Ben Ray Lujan (D-New Mexico 5)
    • Dina Titus (D-Nevada 2)
    • Rob Hogg (D-Iowa 2)
    • Jim Himes (D-Connecticut 1)
    • Joan Hartley (D-Connecticut 6)
    • Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Oregon 1)
    • Kurt Schraeder (D-Oregon 4)
    • Damon Thayer (R-Kentucky 7)
    • Brett Guthrie (R-Kentucky 12)
    • Kip Holden (D-Louisiana 8)
    • Keith Hightower (D-Louisiana 13)
    • Cam Ward (R-Alabama 5)
    • Jim McClendon (R-Alabama 12)
    • Bobby Bright (D-Alabama 14)
    • Rebecca Otto (D-Minnesota 4)
    • Bev Scalze (D-Minnesota 6)
    • Jon Erpenbach (D-Wisconsin 10)
    • Pamela Beidle (D-Maryland 7)
    • Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Missouri 16)
    • Phil Roe (R-Tennessee 8)
    • Thomas McDermott (D-Indiana 13)
    • Barbara L'Italien (D-Massachusetts 13)
    • Craig Pridemore (D-Washington 17)
    • Chuck Caputo (D-Virginia 2)
    • Patrick Diegnan (D-New Jersey 17)
    • James Beach (D-New Jersey 26)
    • James Allen Joines (D-North Carolina 9)
    • Valencia Seay (D-Georgia 13)
    • Steve Bieda (D-Michigan 8)
    • Kerry Bentivolio (R-Michigan 13)
    • Richard Cordray (D-Ohio 1)
    • Mary Jo Kilroy (D-Ohio 4)
    • Steve Driehaus (D-Ohio 6)
    • Kathy Dahlkemper (D-Pennsylvania 36)
    • Glenn Thompson (R-Pennsylvania 37)
    • Jacqueline Y. Collins (D-Illinois 1)
    • Robin Kelly (D-Illinois 18)
    • Bill Posey (R-Florida 28)
    • Buddy Dyer (D-Florida 35)
    • Alex Sink (D-Florida 42)
    • Michael McMahon (D-New York 23)
    • Dan Maffei (D-New York 56)
    First Elected in 2010, special
    • Ted Deutch (D-Florida 16)
    First Elected in 2010
    • Rick Berg (R-North Dakota 1)
    • Colin Bonini (R-Delaware 3)
    • David Cicilline (D-Rhode Island 1)
    • Cynthia Dill (D-Maine 1)
    • Mufi Hannemann (D-Hawaii 1)
    • Raul Labrador (R-Idaho 2)
    • David McKinley (R-West Virginia 4)
    • William Sharer (R-New Mexico 4)
    • Joe Heck (R-Nevada 1)
    • Chris Giunchigliani (D-Nevada 4)
    • Mark Amodei (R-Nevada 9)
    • Joyce Elliott (D-Arkansas 1)
    • Rick Crawford (R-Arkansas 4)
    • Steve Womack (R-Arkansas 10)
    • Steven Palazzo (R-Mississippi 7)
    • Christie Vilsack (D-Iowa 7)
    • Bob Godfrey (D-Connecticut 2)
    • Shane Jett (R-Oklahoma 11)
    • Bruce Hanna (R-Oregon 12)
    • Jerry Abramson (D-Kentucky 2)
    • Trey Grayson (R-Kentucky 3)
    • Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky 5)
    • Ed Worley (R-Kentucky 8)
    • Steven Rudy (R-Kentucky 14)
    • Cedric Richmond (D-Louisiana 1)
    • Gerald Long (R-Louisiana 12)
    • Greg Gregory (R-South Carolina 9)
    • Jeff Duncan (R-South Carolina 14)
    • Chad Fincher (R-Alabama 2)
    • Terri Sewell (D-Alabama 7)
    • Arthur Orr (R-Alabama 8)
    • Mo Brooks (R-Alabama 9)
    • Morgan Carroll (D-Colorado 9)
    • Scott Tipton (R-Colorado 15)
    • Carla Nelson (R-Minnesota 1)
    • Debra Hilstrom (D-Minnesota 12)
    • Lena Taylor (D-Wisconsin 3)
    • Sean Duffy (R-Wisconsin 19)
    • Mike Smigiel (R-Maryland 2)
    • Allan Kittleman (R-Maryland 8)
    • Billy Long (R-Missouri 18)
    • Vicky Hartzler (R-Missouri 20)
    • Stephen Fincher (R-Tennessee 4)
    • Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tennessee 9)
    • Steve Southerland (R-Tennessee 12)
    • Scott DesJarlais (R-Tennessee 21)
    • David Schweikert (R-Arizona 16)
    • Paul Gosar (R-Arizona 19)
    • Jean Breaux (D-Indiana 3)
    • Larry Bucshon (R-Indiana 9)
    • Brandt Hershman (R-Indiana 15)
    • Bill Keating (D-Massachusetts 1)
    • Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Washington 16)
    • Mark Sickles (D-Virginia 6)
    • Robert Hurt (R-Virginia 16)
    • C. W. Carrico Sr. (R-Virginia 25)
    • Mary Jo Codey (D-New Jersey 11)
    • James Cain (R-North Carolina 8)
    • Bill Bell (D-North Carolina 11)
    • George G. Cleveland (R-North Carolina 16)
    • Renee Ellmers (R-North Carolina 30)
    • Charlice Byrd (R-Georgia 6)
    • Ross Tolleson (R-Georgia 29)
    • Austin Scott (R-Georgia 30)
    • Doug Geiss (D-Michigan 5)
    • Bill Huizenga (R-Michigan 25)
    • Brian Calley (R-Michigan 28)
    • Nina Turner (D-Ohio 17)
    • Jim Renacci (R-Ohio 20)
    • Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio 31)
    • John Boccieri (D-Ohio 34)
    • Bill Johnson (R-Ohio 37)
    • Katie McGinty (D-Pennsylvania 11)
    • Mike Fleck (R-Pennsylvania 24)
    • Michael Peifer (R-Pennsylvania 25)
    • Tom Marino (R-Pennsylvania 41)
    • Susana Mendoza (D-Illinois 6)
    • Elizabeth Hernandez (D-Illinois 15)
    • Linda Holmes (D-Illinois 21)
    • Pat McGuire (D-Illinois 25)
    • Michael W. Tryon (R-Illinois 28)
    • Joe Walsh (R-Illinois 31)
    • Mike Bost (R-Illinois 42)
    • Manny Diaz (D-Florida 4)
    • Frederica Wilson (D-Florida 6)
    • Maria Sachs (D-Florida 17)
    • Denise Grimsley (R-Florida 27)
    • Sandy Adams (R-Florida 30)
    • Scott Plakon (R-Florida 33)
    • Daniel Webster (R-Florida 46)
    • Rob Bradley (R-Florida 55)
    • Gwen Graham (D-Florida 58)
    • Steve Southerland (R-Florida 59)
    • John Liu (D-New York 13)
    • David Weprin (D-New York 14)
    • Liz Krueger (D-New York 30)
    First Elected in 2012, special
    • Suzanne Bonamici (D-Oregon 3)
    • Donald Payne Jr. (D-New Jersey 4)
    First Elected in 2012
    • Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming 1)
    • Marty Jackley (R-South Dakota 3)
    • Allan Fung (R-Rhode Island 2)
    • Ann McLane Kuster (D-New Hampshire 2)
    • Bruce Poliquin (R-Maine 3)
    • Bill Cole (R-West Virginia 5)
    • Steven Horsford (D-Nevada 5)
    • Chris Stewart (R-Utah 4)
    • David Hinkins (R-Utah 7)
    • Jeff Longbine (R-Kansas 7)
    • Tracey Mann (R-Kansas 8)
    • Rita Potts Parks (R-Mississippi 5)
    • Kevin Witkos (R-Connecticut 4)
    • Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma 10)
    • Deborah Boone (D-Oregon 6)
    • Fred Girod (R-Oregon 8)
    • Arnie Roblan (D-Oregon 9)
    • John Schickel (R-Kentucky 4)
    • Eric Skrmetta (R-Louisiana 3)
    • Page Cortez (R-Louisiana 10)
    • Lance Harris (R-Louisiana 15)
    • Tom Rice (R-South Carolina 7)
    • Sam Jones (D-Alabama 1)
    • Gerald Allen (R-Alabama 4)
    • Andy Kerr (D-Colorado 6)
    • Peggy Scott (R-Minnesota 7)
    • Bill Ingebrigtsen (R-Minnesota 15)
    • Robin Vos (R-Wisconsin 4)
    • Mark Pocan (D-Wisconsin 9)
    • Kathy Bernier (R-Wisconsin 15)
    • Jeannie Haddaway (R-Maryland 1)
    • Ken Ulman (D-Maryland 15)
    • Clint Zweifel (D-Missouri 2)
    • Ann Wagner (R-Missouri 5)
    • Doug Funderburk (R-Missouri 7)
    • Denny Hoskins (R-Missouri 13)
    • Karl Dean (D-Tennessee 5)
    • Paul Babeu (R-Arizona 6)
    • Joe Shirley Jr. (D-Arizona 20)
    • Susan Brooks (R-Indiana 4)
    • Jackie Walorski (R-Indiana 17)
    • Liz Brown (R-Indiana 18)
    • Michael D. Brady (D-Massachusetts 5)
    • Joe Kennedy III (D-Massachusetts 8)
    • Benjamin Downing (D-Massachusetts 16)
    • Derek Kilmer (D-Washington 4)
    • Denny Heck (D-Washington 5)
    • Clint Didier (R-Washington 20)
    • Mary Verner (D-Washington 21)
    • Chap Petersen (D-Virginia 3)
    • Kenny Alexander (D-Virginia 13)
    • Jerramiah Healy (D-New Jersey 1)
    • Sheila Oliver (D-New Jersey 9)
    • Steve Sweeney (D-New Jersey 24)
    • Sarah Stevens (R-North Carolina 10)
    • Michael Speciale (R-North Carolina 14)
    • Mark Meadows (R-North Carolina 19)
    • Patricia Timmons-Goodson (D-North Carolina 23)
    • Richard Hudson (R-North Carolina 28)
    • Doug Collins (R-Georgia 20)
    • Jody Hice (R-Georgia 23)
    • Andy Dillon (D-Michigan 4)
    • Jase Bolger (R-Michigan 16)
    • Virgil Bernero (D-Michigan 17)
    • Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio 2)
    • Michael B. Coleman (D-Ohio 3)
    • Peggy Lehner (R-Ohio 11)
    • Nicholas J. Celebrezze (D-Ohio 19)
    • Jeffrey McClain (R-Ohio 28)
    • Terry Boose (R-Ohio 32)
    • Michael Nutter (D-Pennsylvania 5)
    • Jim Cawley (R-Pennsylvania 7)
    • Daylin Leach (D-Pennsylvania 13)
    • Bryan Cutler (R-Pennsylvania 16)
    • Jim Cox (R-Pennsylvania 18)
    • Mike Folmer (R-Pennsylvania 19)
    • Scott Perry (R-Pennsylvania 20)
    • Richard Alloway (R-Pennsylvania 23)
    • Matt Cartwright (D-Pennsylvania 26)
    • Kim Ward (R-Pennsylvania 34)
    • Brad Schneider (D-Illinois 12)
    • Melinda Bush (D-Illinois 13)
    • Cheri Bustos (D-Illinois 32)
    • Rodney Davis (R-Illinois 38)
    • David Reis (R-Illinois 39)
    • William Enyart (D-Illinois 41)
    • Francis Rooney (R-Florida 12)
    • Lois Frankel (D-Florida 19)
    • Joe Negron (R-Florida 21)
    • Alvin Brown (D-Florida 51)
    • John Rutherford (R-Florida 52)
    • James Sanders Jr. (D-New York 11)
    • Grace Meng (D-New York 12)
    • Hakeem Jeffries (D-New York 18)
    • Daniel Squadron (D-New York 27)
    • Melissa Mark-Viverito (D-New York 34)
    • Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-New York 37)
    • Sean Patrick Maloney (D-New York 38)
    • John Katko (R-New York 53)
    • Jack Quinn III (R-New York 61)
    First Elected in 2014, special
    • Donald Norcross (D-New Jersey 25)
    • Alma Adams (D-North Carolina 1)
    • Curt Clawson (R-Florida 13)
    • David Jolly (R-Florida 37)
    First Elected in 2014
    • Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska 1)
    • Shantel Krebs (R-South Dakota 1)
    • Valerie Longhurst (D-Delaware 2)
    • Bernard Carvalho (D-Hawaii 3)
    • Don Bacon (R-Nebraska 1)
    • Brad Ashford (D-Nebraska 2)
    • Beau McCoy (R-Nebraska 3)
    • Alex Mooney (R-West Virginia 1)
    • Hector Balderas (D-New Mexico 2)
    • Cresent Hardy (R-Nevada 7)
    • Ben McAdams (D-Utah 1)
    • Aimee Winder Newton (R-Utah 2)
    • Mia Love (R-Utah 5)
    • Evan Vickers (R-Utah 9)
    • Ron Estes (R-Kansas 1)
    • Leslie Rutledge (R-Arkansas 2)
    • Matthew Shepherd (R-Arkansas 3)
    • Dennis Milligan (R-Arkansas 6)
    • Bruce Westerman (R-Arkansas 7)
    • Jon Eubanks (R-Arkansas 8)
    • Derrick Simmons (D-Mississippi 4)
    • Chris McDaniel (R-Mississippi 8)
    • Rod Blum (R-Iowa 1)
    • Pat Grassley (R-Iowa 5)
    • Matt Strawn (R-Iowa 6)
    • David Young (R-Iowa 8)
    • Dan Drew (D-Connecticut 8)
    • Theresa Gerratana (D-Connecticut 9)
    • Pedro Segarra (D-Connecticut 10)
    • Steve Russell (R-Oklahoma 1)
    • T. W. Shannon (R-Oklahoma 4)
    • Dennis Richardson (R-Oregon 11)
    • Jill York (R-Kentucky 9)
    • Mitch Landrieu (D-Louisiana 2)
    • Lenar Whitney (R-Louisiana 4)
    • Ralph Abraham (R-Louisiana 7)
    • Garret Graves (R-Louisiana 9)
    • Bret Allain (R-Louisiana 11)
    • Nancy Mace (R-South Carolina 4)
    • Ralph Norman (R-South Carolina 10)
    • Shane Martin (R-South Carolina 14)
    • Bradley Byrne (R-Alabama 3)
    • Barry Moore (R-Alabama 15)
    • Dominick Moreno (D-Colorado 3)
    • Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Colorado 8)
    • Ken Buck (R-Colorado 10)
    • Owen Hill (R-Colorado 12)
    • Clarice Navarro (R-Colorado 14)
    • Tom Emmer (R-Minensota 13)
    • Chris Abele (D-Wisconsin 2)
    • Tom Tiffany (R-Wisconsin 13)
    • Glenn Grothman (R-Wisconsin 18)
    • Kathy Szeliga (R-Maryland 3)
    • Aruna Miller (D-Maryland 10)
    • Rushern Baker (D-Maryland 14)
    • Paul Curtman (R-Missouri 8)
    • Mike Cierpiot (R-Missouri 12)
    • Kurt Schaefer (R-Missouri 15)
    • David Kustoff (R-Tennessee 3)
    • Jimmy Matlock (R-Tennessee 10)
    • Douglas J. Nicholls (R-Arizona 5)
    • Steve Smith (R-Arizona 7)
    • Juan Mendez (D-Arizona 10)
    • Ruben Gallego (D-Arizona 11)
    • Katie Hobbs (D-Arizona 13)
    • Kate Brophy McGee (R-Arizona 17)
    • Steve Montenegro (R-Arizona 18)
    • Sue Ellspermann (R-Indiana 10)
    • Seth Moulton (D-Massachusetts 9)
    • Jay Gonzalez (D-Massachusetts 12)
    • Hans Zeiger (R-Washington 7)
    • Marko Liias (D-Washington 12)
    • Kevin Ranker (D-Washington 18)
    • Dan Newhouse (R-Washington 19)
    • Don Beyer (D-Virginia 5)
    • Bryce Reeves (R-Virginia 8)
    • Dwight Clinton Jones (D-Virginia 20)
    • Tom Garrett (R-Virginia 21)
    • Ben Cline (R-Virginia 22)
    • BettyLou DeCroce (R-New Jersey 13)
    • Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-New Jersey 19)
    • Tom MacArthur (R-New Jersey 28)
    • Anthony Foxx (D-North Carolina 3)
    • Nancy McFarlane (D-North Carolina 5)
    • David Rouzer (R-North Carolina 18)
    • Tommy Tucker (R-North Carolina 26)
    • Barry Loudermilk (R-Georgia 7)
    • Charlie Bethel (R-Georgia 12)
    • Jon Burns (R-Georgia 25)
    • William Ligon (R-Georgia 32)
    • Debbie Dingell (D-Michigan 3)
    • Brenda Lawrence (D-Michigan 7)
    • Gretchen Driskell (D-Michigan 14)
    • Mike Shirkey (R-Michigan 15)
    • Dayne Walling (D-Michigan 18)
    • Paul Mitchell (R-Michigan 21)
    • Sean McCann (D-Michigan 22)
    • John Moolenaar (R-Michigan 23)
    • Goeff Hansen (R-Michigan 29)
    • Dorothy Pelanda (R-Ohio 5)
    • Warren Davidson (R-Ohio 15)
    • Al Landis (R-Ohio 36)
    • Brendan Boyle (D-Pennsylvania 1)
    • Zane David Memeger (D-Pennsylvania 4)
    • Madeleine Dean (D-Pennsylvania 12)
    • Scott Wagner (R-Pennsylvania 22)
    • Mike Reese (R-Pennsylvania 33)
    • Jim Christiana (R-Pennsylvania 35)
    • Patricia Van Pelt (D-Illinois 2)
    • Kelly Burke (D-Illinois 17)
    • Sue Rezin (R-Illinois 26)
    • Erika Harold (R-Illinois 36)
    • José Javier Rodríguez (D-Florida 2)
    • Philip Levine (D-Florida 5)
    • Carlos Curbelo (R-Florida 7)
    • Katie Edwards (D-Florida 14)
    • Lizbeth Benacquisto (R-Florida 23)
    • Victor M. Torres Jr. (D-Florida 31)
    • Randolph Bracy (D-Florida 34)
    • Charlie Crist (D-Florida 36)
    • Darren Soto (D-Florida 45)
    • Richard Corcoran (R-Florida 49)
    • Ashton Hayward (R-Florida 61)
    • Kathleen Rice (D-New York 7)
    • Jumaane Williams (D-New York 20)
    • Caroline Kennedy (D-New York 31)
    • David Carlucci (D-New York 40)
    • Kieran Lalor (R-New York 42)
    • Terry Gipson (D-New York 43)
    • Elise Stefanik (R-New York 48)
    • Patty Ritchie (R-New York 49)
    • Mark Johns (R-New York 52)
    • Rob Ortt (R-New York 59)
    First Elected in 2015
    • Trent Kelly (R-Mississippi 6)
    • Candice Keller (R-Ohio 13)
    • Darin LaHood (R-Illinois 34)
    • Dan Donovan (R-New York 22)
    First Elected in 2016
    • Tim Ashe (D-Vermont 2)
    • Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-Delaware 1)
    • Greg Gianforte (R-Montana 1)
    • Jared Golden (D-Maine 2)
    • Kai Kahele (D-Hawaii 4)
    • Luke Malek (R-Idaho 4)
    • Xochitl Torres Small (D-New Mexico 7)
    • Susie Lee (D-Nevada 3)
    • Nicole Cannizzaro (D-Nevada 6)
    • Hillary Schieve (D-Nevada 8)
    • Kim Coleman (R-Utah 3)
    • John Curtis (R-Utah 6)
    • Dennis Pyle (R-Kansas 5)
    • Roger Marshall (R-Kansas 9)
    • Blake Johnson (R-Arkansas 5)
    • Bob Ballinger (R-Arkansas 9)
    • Tim Kraayenbrink (R-Iowa 10)
    • Nathan Dahm (R-Oklahoma 6)
    • Kevin Hern (R-Oklahoma 7)
    • Roger Thompson (R-Oklahoma 8)
    • Micheal Bergstrom (R-Oklahoma 9)
    • James Comer (R-Kentucky 11)
    • Matt Castlen (R-Kentucky 13)
    • Eddie Lambert (R-Louisiana 5)
    • Sharon Hewitt (R-Louisiana 6)
    • Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana 14)
    • Joe Cunningham (D-South Carolina 3)
    • Craig Gagnon (R-South Carolina 13)
    • Steve Livingston (R-Alabama 11)
    • Tom Whatley (R-Alabama 16)
    • Crisanta Duran (D-Colorado 2)
    • Dean Phillips (D-Minnesota 10)
    • Andrew Lang (R-Minnesota 14)
    • Mike Gallagher (R-Wisconsin 11)
    • James W. Edming (R-Wisconsin 14)
    • Jamie Raskin (D-Maryland 13)
    • Anthony G. Brown (D-Maryland 18)
    • Jill Schupp (D-Missouri 4)
    • Todd Richardson (R-Missouri 9)
    • Kenneth Wilson (R-Missouri 10)
    • Sandy Crawford (R-Missouri 17)
    • Jeffery Justus (R-Missouri 19)
    • John Stevens (R-Tennessee 19)
    • Kirk Haston (R-Tennessee 20)
    • Randall Friese (D-Arizona 3)
    • Andy Biggs (R-Arizona 8)
    • Sonny Borrelli (R-Arizona 21)
    • Trey Hollingsworth (R-Indiana 11)
    • Jeff Raatz (R-Indiana 12)
    • Jim Banks (R-Indiana 19)
    • Thomas M. Stanley (D-Massachusetts 11)
    • Jerry Parisella (D-Massachusetts 14)
    • Yvonne M. Spicer (D-Massachusetts 19)
    • Jonathan Zlotnik (D-Massachusetts 20)
    • Kim Schrier (D-Washington 9)
    • Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington 11)
    • June Robinson (D-Washington 14)
    • Jennifer Wexton (D-Virginia 1)
    • Hala Ayala (D-Virginia 7)
    • Michael Webert (R-Virginia 9)
    • Nick Freitas (R-Virginia 10)
    • Scott Taylor (R-Virginia 12)
    • Josh Gottheimer (D-New Jersey 10)
    • Andy Kim (D-New Jersey 20)
    • Dan Clodfelter (D-North Carolina 2)
    • John Bell (R-North Carolina 17)
    • Ted Budd (R-North Carolina 27)
    • Danny Britt (R-North Carolina 31)
    • Chuck Hufstetler (R-Georgia 11)
    • Brian Strickland (R-Georgia 15)
    • P. K. Martin IV (R-Georgia 18)
    • C. Ellis Black (R-Georgia 31)
    • Brenda Jones (D-Michigan 2)
    • Peter Lucido (R-Michigan 10)
    • Rosalynn Bliss (D-Michigan 27)
    • Jack Bergman (R-Michigan 30)
    • Lee Chatfield (R-Michigan 31)
    • Terry Johnson (R-Ohio 9)
    • Nan Whaley (D-Ohio 12)
    • Wes Retherford (R-Ohio 14)
    • Frank LaRose (R-Ohio 23)
    • Kris Jordan (R-Ohio 29)
    • Frank Hoagland (R-Ohio 35)
    • David Scheffler (R-Ohio 38)
    • Dwight Evans (D-Pennsylvania 3)
    • Susan Wild (D-Pennsylvania 9)
    • Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pennsylvania 10)
    • Lloyd Smucker (R-Pennsylvania 17)
    • Ryan Warner (R-Pennsylvania 32)
    • Laura Fine (D-Illinois 11)
    • Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Illinois 19)
    • Kathleen Willis (D-Illinois 24)
    • Sean Casten (D-Illinois 27)
    • Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Illinois 37)
    • Wayne Messam (D-Florida 8)
    • Mark Gilbert (D-Florida 15)
    • Lori Berman (D-Florida 18)
    • Brian Mast (R-Florida 20)
    • Dane Eagle (R-Florida 22)
    • Julio Gonzalez (R-Florida 24)
    • Tyler Sirois (R-Florida 29)
    • Val Demings (D-Florida 32)
    • Susan Valdes (D-Florida 38)
    • Ross Spano (R-Florida 41)
    • Ralph Massullo (R-Florida 47)
    • Jennifer Sullivan (R-Florida 48)
    • John Peyton (R-Florida 53)
    • Halsey Beshears (R-Florida 56)
    • Matt Gaetz (R-Florida 60)
    • Thomas Suozzi (D-New York 6)
    • Todd Kaminsky (D-New York 8)
    • Kevin Thomas (D-New York 9)
    • Catalina Cruz (D-New York 15)
    • Adriano Espaillat (D-New York 17)
    • Chaim Deutsch (D-New York 19)
    • Alessandra Biaggi (D-New York 32)
    • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York 33)
    • Claudia Tenney (R-New York 54)
    • Svante Myrick (D-New York 57)
    First Elected in 2017
    • Matt Rosendale (R-Montana 2)
    • Karen Handel (R-Georgia 3)
    • John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania 28)
    First Elected in 2018, special
    • Debbie Lesko (R-Arizona 14)
    • Rashida Tlaib (D-Michigan 1)
    First Elected in 2018
    • Kelly Armstrong (R-North Dakota 2)
    • Dusty Johnson (R-South Dakota 2)
    • Jon Sesso (D-Montana 3)
    • Jim Donchess (D-New Hampshire 1)
    • Andrew Hosmer (D-New Hampshire 3)
    • Maura Sullivan (D-New Hampshire 4)
    • Hannah Pingree (D-Maine 4)
    • Dave Bieter (D-Idaho 1)
    • Chris Beutler (D-Nebraska 4)
    • Carol Miller (R-West Virginia 6)
    • Damon Martinez (D-New Mexico 1)
    • Howie Morales (D-New Mexico 3)
    • Jim Townsend (R-New Mexico 6)
    • Barry Grissom (D-Kansas 3)
    • Sharice Davids (D-Kansas 4)
    • Steve Watkins (R-Kansas 6)
    • Michael Guest (R-Mississippi 9)
    • Monica Kurth (D-Iowa 3)
    • Jahana Hayes (D-Connecticut 7)
    • Mae Flexer (D-Connecticut 12)
    • Kendra Horn (D-Oklahoma 2)
    • Robert Q. Williams (D-South Carolina 8)
    • William Timmons (R-South Carolina 11)
    • Joe Neguse (D-Colorado 4)
    • Tom Sullivan (D-Colorado 7)
    • Jennifer Arndt (D-Colorado 11)
    • Diane Mitsch Bush (D-Colorado 16)
    • Jim Hagedorn (R-Minnesota 2)
    • Angie Craig (D-Minnesota 3)
    • Melissa Halvorson Wiklund (D-Minnesota 9)
    • Ilham Omar (D-Minnesota 11)
    • Bryan Steil (R-Wisconsin 8)
    • Tom Nelson (D-Wisconsin 12)
    • David Trone (D-Maryland 11)
    • Mark Chang (D-Maryland 16)
    • Steve Stenger (D-Missouri 3)
    • Rick Tillis (R-Tennessee 8)
    • Tim Burchett (R-Tennesse 13)
    • Mark Green (R-Tennessee 18)
    • Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Arizona 2)
    • Greg Stanton (D-Arizona 12)
    • Brianna Westbrook (D-Arizona 15)
    • Joe Hogsett (D-Indiana 1)
    • Jim Baird (R-Indiana 5)
    • Greg Pence (R-Indiana 6)
    • Pete Buttigieg (D-Indiana 16)
    • Josh S. Cutler (D-Massachusetts 2)
    • Lori Trahan (D-Massachusetts 15)
    • Joseph D. Early Jr. (D-Massachusetts 18)
    • Kevin Van De Wege (D-Washington 1)
    • Christine Kilduff (D-Washington 6)
    • Cliff Hayes Jr. (D-Virginia 14)
    • Monty Mason (D-Virginia 17)
    • Tom Perriello (D-Virginia 19)
    • Abigail Spanberger (D-Virginia 23)
    • Joseph McNamara (R-Virginia 24)
    • Joseph Lagana (D-New Jersey 6)
    • Mary Pat Christie (R-New Jersey 14)
    • Linda Greenstein (D-New Jersey 16)
    • Tom Malinowski (D-New Jersey 18)
    • Jeff Van Drew (D-New Jersey 22)
    • Amy Kennedy (D-New Jersey 23)
    • Erica D. Smith (D-North Carolina 13)
    • Terry Garrison (D-North Carolina 21)
    • Lucy McBath (D-Georgia 5)
    • Brenda Lopez Romero (D-Georgia 16)
    • Shelly Hutchinson (D-Georgia 17)
    • Raphael Warnock (D-Georgia 22)
    • Teresa Tomlinson (D-Georgia 26)
    • David Curson (D-Michigan 6)
    • Marilyn Lane (D-Michigan 9)
    • Andy Levin (D-Michigan 11)
    • Haley Stevens (D-Michigan 12)
    • Steve Santarsiero (D-Pennsylvania 6)
    • Sal Panto Jr. (D-Pennsylvania 8)
    • Chrissy Houlahan (D-Pennsylvania 15)
    • Lisa Baker (R-Pennsylvania 27)
    • Conor Lamb (D-Pennsylvania 31)
    • John Joyce (R-Pennsylvania 38)
    • Chuy García (D-Illinois 4)
    • Karina Villa (D-Illinois 20)
    • Litesa Wallace (D-Illinois 30)
    • Carlos Giménez (R-Florida 3)
    • Debbie Mayfield (R-Florida 26)
    • Kelli Stargel (R-Florida 43)
    • Michael Waltz (R-Florida 54)
    • Clovis Watson Jr. (D-Florida 57)
    • Philip Ramos (D-New York 4)
    • Jim Gaughran (D-New York 5)
    • James Skoufis (D-New York 41)
    • Antonio Delgado (D-New York 45)
    • Carrie Woerner (D-New York 46)
    • Joseph Morelle (D-New York 50)
    • Donna Lupardo (D-New York 55)
    • Monica P. Wallace (D-New York 60)
     
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    Wyoming (2 Districts)
  • Wyoming:




    District 1:
    President 2016: Trump +47%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Senate 2018: Barrasso +39%
    Governor 2018: Gordon +43%



    District 2:
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Senate 2018: Barrasso +35%
    Governor 2018: Gordon +36%


    Both districts in Wyoming are 100% Safe R, and have been represented by GOP representatives throughout the decade.



    District 1 – Safe R in 2020
    Liz Cheney (R-Teton), first elected in 2012.


    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Cynthia Lummis (R-Laramie), if she does not seek re-election in 2016, she would be succeeded by another GOP member, perhaps Rita Meyer, Darin Smith or Edward Buchanan. First elected in 2008.


    Total:

    2016 – GOP 2 x DEM 0
    2018 – GOP 2 x DEM 0
     
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    Vermont (2 Districts)
  • Vermont:


    District 1:
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +37%
    Senate 2018: Sanders +45%
    Governor 2018: Scott +12%
    Governor 2016: Scott +6%


    District 2:
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +37%
    Senate 2018: Sanders +45%
    Governor 2018: Scott +17%
    Governor 2016: Scott +12%

    Although both districts voted for Phill Scott for governor in 2016 and 2018, both are Safe D and have been represented by members of the Democratic party for the entire decade.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020

    Peter Welch (D-Windsor), first elected in 2006.
    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Tim Ashe (D-Chittenden), first elected in 2016.

    Total:

    2016 - GOP 2 x DEM 2

    2018 – GOP 2 x DEM 2
     
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    North Dakota (2 Districts)
  • North Dakota:



    District 1:
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: Obama +2%
    Senate 2018: Heitkamp +6%

    Governor 2016: Burgum +52%

    District 2:
    President 2016: Trump +50%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Senate 2018: Cramer +27%
    Governor 2016: Burgum +62%


    Both North Dakota Districts were represented by Republicans this decade, despite tight disputes in 2010 and 2012 in the 1st District. In 2018, in the tightest race since 2012, the GOP won in the 1st District by 7%.


    District 1 – Likely R in 2020
    Rick Berg (R-Cass), first elected in 2010. Mac Schneider (D-Grand Forks) won 46% of the vote in the 2018 midterm against the incumbent.

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Kevin Cramer (R-Burleigh), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for Senate
    Kelly Armstrong (R-Stark) after 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 4 x DEM 2

    2018 – GOP 4 x DEM 2
     
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    Alaska (2 Districts)
  • Alaska:





    District 1:
    President 2016: Trump +15%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2018: Dunleavy +10%


    District 2:
    President 2016: Trump +14%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2018: Dunleavy +4%



    The 1st District is basically composed of Anchorage and some other nearby cities, while the 2nd District occupies the rest of the Alaska State territory.

    District 1 – Likely R in 2020
    Dan Sullivan (R-Anchorage), first elected in 2014.
    The former Mayor of Anchorage seems the most obvious choice for a city-centered seat. Wasilla, the city of ex-governor Sarah Palin (R-Matanuska-Susitna) is also in 1st, so she could be another more remote option.



    District 2 – Likely R in 2020
    Don Young (R- Yukon-Koyukuk), first elected in 1973.
    The city of Fort Yukon, Don Young's home is in the 2nd District, so he probably would have been representing the 2nd for decades. Despite a tight re-election in 2018, Young is the favorite to win again in 2020.



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 6 x DEM 2

    2018 – GOP 6 x DEM 2
     
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    South Dakota (3 Districts)
  • South Dakota:


    District 1:
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +2.5%

    Governor 2018: Sutton +3%
    Senator 2016: Thune +39%


    District 2:
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Governor 2018: Noem +4%
    Senator 2016: Thune +46%



    District 3:
    President 2016: Trump +36%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2018: Noem +9%
    Senator 2016: Thune +45%



    South Dakota's three districts are extremely Republican, even the 1st District, which comprises the most populous part of the state, including Sioux Falls. Even in 1st, Sutton won by only 3% in 2018, while Trump and Thune won in 2016 respectively by 20% and 35%.


    District 1 – Likely R in 2020
    Shantel Krebs (R-Minnehaha), first elected in 2014.

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Kristi Noem (R-Hamlin), first elected in 2010, retired in 2018 to run for Governor
    Dusty Johnson (R-Davidson) after 2018

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Marty Jackley (R-Hughes), first elected in 2012.



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 9 x DEM 2
    2018 – GOP 9 x DEM 2
     
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    Delaware (3 Districts)
  • Delaware:


    District 1:
    President 2016: Clinton +33%
    President 2008: Obama +42%
    Governor 2016: Carney +38%
    Senator 2018: Carper +43%


    District 2:
    President 2016: Clinton +21%
    President 2008: Obama +35%
    Governor 2016: Carney +28%
    Senator 2018: Carper +34%


    District 3:
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2016: Bonini +7%
    Senator 2018: Arlett +7%



    Delaware's 1st District comprises the northern part of the state and is mainly concentrated in the city of Wilmington. The 2nd District comprises the rest of New Castle County, as well as the northern part of Kent County, with Newark and Middletown as the largest cities, as well as the northern part of the city of Dover. The 3rd District covers the entire county of Sussex and the southern part of Kent County, and is the most republican part of the state, even though it has most of the city of Dover, the 2nd largest in the state.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-Wilmington/New Castle), first elected in 2016.

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Valerie Longhurst (D-Bear/New Castle), first elected in 2014.

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Colin Bonini (R-South Dover/Kent), first elected in 2010.

    Total:
    2016 – GOP 10 x DEM 4
    2018 – GOP 10 x DEM 4
     
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    Montana (3 Districts)
  • Montana:



    District 1:
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +6%

    Governor 2016: Bullock +1.5%
    Senator 2018: Tester +2%



    District 2:
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2016: Gianforte +7%
    Senator 2018: Rosendale +7%



    District 3:
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2008: Obama +7%
    Governor 2016: Bullock +16%
    Senator 2018: Tester +14%



    The 1st District comprises the southeastern state of Montana, including the cities of Billings and Bozeman. The 2nd District covers the north of the state, and is the most republican district in the state, giving victories even to Gianforte and Rosendale in 2016 and 2018, respectively. The 3rd District is the most urban in the state, containing the cities of Missoula, Helena and Butte, and is the most Democratic of Montana's districts.



    District 1 – Likely R in 2020
    Greg Gianforte (R-Bozeman/Gallatin), first elected in 2016.

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Ryan Zinke (R-Whitefish/Flathead), first elected in 2012, retired in 2017.
    Matt Rosendale (R-Wibaux), first elected in 2017.

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Carol Williams (D-Missoula), retired in 2014
    Rick Hill (R-Helena/Lewis and Clark), elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Jon Sesso (D-Butte/Silver Bow), elected in 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 13 x DEM 4
    2018 – GOP 12 x DEM 5 (D+1)
     
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    Rhode Island (3 Districts)
  • Rhode Island:


    District 1:
    PVI - D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +53%
    Governor 2018: Raimondo +45%
    Senator 2018: Whitehouse +53%


    District 2:
    PVI - D+1
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Fung +7%
    Senator 2018: Whitehouse +5%

    District 3:
    PVI - D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Raimondo +17%
    Senator 2018: Whitehouse +20%



    Rhode Island's 1st District is the state's most democratic and most urban, concentrating the state's largest city and capital, Providence, as well as East Providence, North Providence and Pawtucket.
    The 2nd District covers the rest of Providence County, as well as Kent County (with the exception of the city of Warwick). The 2nd largest city is Cranston. It is the only district in the state represented by a GOP member, and was considered a great pickup opportunity in 2018, with Allan Fung's reelection by 2% considered an upset.
    The 3rd District covers the entire southern part of the state, being the largest city in the 3rd Warwick. Although less democratic than the 1st, it is still Safe D.



    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    David Cicilline (D-Providence), first elected in 2010.

    District 2 – Tossup in 2020
    Allan Fung (R-Cranston/Providence), first elected in 2012.

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    James Langevin (D-Warwick/Kent), first elected in 2000.


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 14 x DEM 6
    2018 – GOP 13 x DEM 7 (D+1)
     
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    New Hampshire (4 Districts)
  • New Hampshire:


    District 1:
    PVI - R+2
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +3.5%
    Governor 2018: Sununu +10%
    Governor 2016: Sununu +6%
    Senator 2016: Ayotte +5%


    District 2:
    PVI - D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +16%

    Governor 2018: Sununu +1%
    Governor 2016: Van Ostern +6%
    Senator 2016: Hassan +7%


    District 3:
    PVI - D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
    President 2008: Obama +15%

    Governor 2018: Sununu +6%
    Governor 2016: Van Ostern +0.5%
    Senator 2016: Hassan +2%



    District 4:
    PVI - R+3
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2018: Sununu +11%
    Governor 2016: Sununu +9%
    Senator 2016: Ayotte +3%



    The 4 New Hampshire districts are considered to be extremely competitive in virtually every election year. The most Democratic of the districts is the 2nd, represented by Ann McLane Kuster, who faced tight elections against Frank Guinta in 2012, 2014 and 2016, former mayor of Manchester.
    The 1st is, by a small margin, the most republican district in New Hampshire. The district was represented by Charles Bass from the 1990s to 2018, when the former incumbent was defeated by Jim Donchess, former Nashua mayor.
    The 3rd District has been represented by Jeb Bradley since the early 2000s. Despite having voted for Clinton, Van Ostern and Hassan in 2016, Bradley survived a tight re-election in 2016, in one of the tightest races of that year. But the incumbent, despite having been tested in many battles, was defeated in 2018, in an upset.
    The 4th District was almost as republican as the 1st, and Representative Marilinda Garcia was considered a rising star for the GOP in New Hampshire. But in 2018, completing the disastrous year for the state party, Marilinda lost by a margin of less than 1% to Maura Sullivan, former Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, who had moved to the state less than two years ago.

    District 1 – Tossup in 2020
    Charles Bass (R-Peterborough/Hillsborough), first elected in 1994, defeated in 2018
    Jim Donchess (D-Nashua/Hillsborough), elected in 2018

    District 2 – Lean D in 2020
    Ann McLane Kuster (D-Hopkinton/Merrimack), first elected in 2012.

    District 3 – Lean D in 2020
    Jeb Bradley (R-Wolfeboro/Carroll), first elected in 2002, defeated in 2018
    Andrew Hosmer (D-Laconia/Belknap), elected in 2018

    District 4 – Tossup in 2020
    Marilinda Garcia (R-Rockingham), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Maura Sullivan (D-Portsmouth/Rockingham), elected in 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 17 x DEM 7
    2018 – GOP 13 x DEM 11 (D+4)
     
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    Maine (4 Districts)
  • Maine:


    District 1:
    PVI - D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2018: Mills +22%
    Senator 2018: King +30%


    District 2:
    PVI - D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +5%
    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2018: Mills +7%
    Senator 2018: King +21%


    District 3:
    PVI - R+2
    President 2016: Trump +11%

    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Governor 2018: Moody +4%
    Senator 2018: King +11%

    District 4:
    PVI - R+1
    President 2016: Trump +4%

    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2018: Mills +3%
    Senator 2018: King +12%




    Maine's 1st District is the most Democratic in the state, and is comprised of York County, in addition to Maine's most populous city, Portland. The 2nd District is considered Likely D and has the largest city Lewiston, the 2nd largest in the state.

    The 3rd District is the most republican in the state and covers the entire northern part of the state. After 2018, it is the only district to be represented by the GOP in the state, with Bruce Poliquin getting reelected by about 1.5%.

    The 4th District is the most competitive in the State. Represented by Democrat Mike Michaud, until 2014, when he did not run for re-election to run for governor. In a tight election in 2014, Mike Thibodeau defeated Chellie Pingree. In 2018, however, Thibodeau was defeated to Chellie's daughter Hannah Pingree.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Cynthia Dill (D-Cape Elizabeth/Cumberland), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Likely D in 2020
    Jared Golden (D-Lewiston/Androscoggin), first elected in 2016

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Bruce Poliquin (R-Waterville/Kennebec), first elected in 2012

    District 4 – Tossup in 2020
    Mike Michaud (D-East Millinocket/Penobscot), retired in 2014 to run for Governor
    Mike Thibodeau (R-Waldo), elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Hannah Pingree (R-North Haven/Knox), elected in 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 19 x DEM 9
    2018 – GOP 14 x DEM 14 (D+5)
     
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    Hawaii (4 Districts)
  • Hawaii:


    Hawaii

    Oahu Island

    District 1:
    PVI - D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +46%
    Governor 2018: Ige +38%
    Senate 2018: Hirono +47%
    Senate 2016: Schatz +55%


    District 2:
    PVI - D+16
    President 2016: Clinton +30%
    President 2008: Obama +40%
    Governor 2018: Ige +29%
    Senate 2018: Hirono +37%
    Senate 2016: Schatz +50%


    District 3:
    PVI - D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +39%
    Governor 2018: Ige +12%
    Senate 2018: Hirono +32%
    Senate 2016: Schatz +45%


    District 4:
    PVI - D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +54%
    Governor 2018: Ige +35%
    Senate 2018: Hirono +51%
    Senate 2016: Schatz +54%




    Like the state, Hawaii's 4 districts are completely Safe D. The 1st District covers only the city of Honolulu, while the 2nd District covers the cities closest to the capital.
    The 3rd District covers the rest of the island of Oahu which is not covered by the 1st and 2nd, as well as the western islands of the state: Kauai and Niihau. The 4th District covers the eastern islands of the state: Big Island, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai and Molokai.



    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Mufi Hannemann (D-Honolulu), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Ed Case (D-Kaneohe/Honolulu), first elected in 2002

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Bernard Carvalho (D-Kauai), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Gil Kahele (D-Hilo/Hawaii), died in 2016.
    Kai Kahele (D-Hilo/Hawaii), first elected in 2016.


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 19 x DEM 13
    2018 – GOP 14 x DEM 18 (D+5)
     
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    Idaho (5 Districts)
  • Idaho:


    Idaho


    Boise

    Unfortunately in the app I use (DRA 2020), there is little information about the outcome of the elections in Idaho.

    District 1:
    PVI - R+4
    President 2008: McCain +1%


    District 2:
    PVI - R+22
    President 2008: McCain +33%


    District 3:
    PVI - R+27
    President 2008: McCain +40%


    District 4:
    PVI - R+19
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 5:
    PVI - R+25
    President 2008: McCain +37%



    The 1st District of Idaho is the only competitive district in the state and comprises the cities of Boise and Meridian. After a tight re-election in 2016, Russ Fulchef was defeated in 2018 against Dave Bieter, the former mayor of Boise.

    The 2nd District covers the southwest of the State, including its 2nd largest city, Nampa. The 3rd District extends throughout the central part of the state. The 4th focuses mainly on the Panhandle. The 5th District is in southeastern Idaho, with Idaho Falls as the largest city.


    District 1 – Lean D in 2020
    Russ Fulcher (R-Meridian/Ada), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Dave Bieter (D-Boise/Ada), elected in 2018

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Raul Labrador (R-Eagle/Ada), first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Brent Hill (R-Rexburg/Madison), first elected in 2008

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Luke Malek (R-Coeur Dalene/Kootenai), first elected in 2016

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Simpson (R-Idaho Falls/Bonneville), first elected in 1998.


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 24 x DEM 13
    2018 – GOP 18 x DEM 19 (D+6)
     
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    Nebraska (6 Districts)
  • Nebraska:


    Nebraska


    Omaha

    District 1:
    PVI - R+6
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 2:
    PVI - EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: Obama +7%


    District 3:
    PVI - R+22
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +27%


    District 4:
    PVI - R+3
    President 2016: Trump +3%

    President 2008: Obama +3%

    District 5:
    PVI - R+22
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +27%


    District 6:
    PVI - R+30
    President 2016: Trump +61%
    President 2008: McCain +43%




    Nebraska's 1st District covers the cities of Papillion, Bellevue and the entire county of Sarpy, as well as the south of the city of Omaha. The 2nd District covers most of the city of Omaha and the rest of Douglas County, and is the most democratic district in the state.

    The 3rd District covers the entire northeast of Nebrasaka State, while the 5th District covers the entire southeast. The 4th District was the most competitive in 2018, when Democrat Chris Beutler, in an upset, defeated former incumbent Jeff Fortenberry. The 6th District is the most republican in the state and one of the most republican in the country, having voted for Trump by a margin of more than 60%.


    District 1 – Lean R in 2020
    Don Bacon (R-Papillion/Sarpy), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Likely D in 2020
    Brad Ashford (D-Omaha/Douglas), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Beau McCoy (R-Omaha/Douglas), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Tossup in 2020
    Jeff Fortenberry (R-Lincoln/Lancaster), first elected in 2004, defeated in 2018
    Chris Beutler (D-Lincoln/Lancaster), elected in 2018

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Rick Sheehy (R-Hasting/Adams), first elected in 2008.

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Adrian Smith (R-Gering/Scotts Bluff), first elected in 2006.



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 29 x DEM 14
    2018 – GOP 22 x DEM 21 (D+7)
     
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    West Virginia (6 Districts)
  • West Virginia:



    District 1:
    PVI - R+19
    President 2008: McCain +16%


    District 2:
    PVI - R+16
    President 2008: McCain +9%


    District 3:
    PVI - R+14
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 4:
    PVI - R+21
    President 2008: McCain +20%


    District 5:
    PVI - R+25
    President 2008: McCain +16%


    District 6:
    PVI - R+21
    President 2008: McCain +14%



    All 6 districts in the state are considered Safe R. The 1st district covers northeast West Virginia. 2 ° covers upstate, including Morgantown. The 3rd covers the central part of the state, including the capital Charleston. The 4th covers the northwest portion, including Parkersburg and Wheeling. The 5th covers the south of the state. The 6th district covers west West Virginia, including Huntington.


    District 1 – Safe R in 2020
    Alex Mooney (R-Charles Town/Jefferson), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    John Raese (R-Morgantown/Monongalia), first elected in 2006

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Harrison (R-Cross Lanes/Kanawha), first elected in 2006

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    David McKinley (R-Wheeling/Ohio), first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Cole (R-Bluefield/Mercer), first elected in 2012.

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Evan Jenkins (R-Huntington/Cabell), first elected in 2014, retired in 2018 to run for Senate
    Carol Miller (R-Huntington/Cabell), elected in 2018.


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 35 x DEM 14
    2018 – GOP 28 x DEM 21 (D+7)
     
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    New Mexico (7 Districts)
  • New Mexico:


    New Mexico


    Albuquerque

    District 1:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Lujan Grisham +20%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +29%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +35%
    Governor 2018: Lujan Grisham +35%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +41%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +3%

    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Lujan Grisham +3%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +14%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +2%
    Governor 2018: Pearce +0.5%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +9%

    District 5:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +46%
    Governor 2018: Lujan Grisham +46%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +51%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2018: Pearce +30%
    Senator 2018: Rich +16%


    District 7:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +3%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Lujan Grisham +7%
    Senator 2018: Heinrich +13%



    The 1st and 2nd districts cover the city of Albuquerque, the largest in the state. The 3rd covers the rest of the county of Bernalillo to the extreme south of the state, in the county of Hidalgo. The 4th District covers the northwest of the state.

    The 5th District covers northern New Mexico, as well as the city of Santa Fe, and is the most democratic district in the state. The 6th District covers the west of the state, with Roswell as its largest city, and is the most republican in the state. The 7th is in southern New Mexico, with Las Cruces as its largest city.


    District 1 – Likely D in 2020
    Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-Albuquerque/Bernalillo), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for governor
    Damon Martinez (D-Albuquerque/Bernalillo), elected in 2018

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Hector Balderas (D-Albuquerque/Bernalillo), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Dianne Hamilton (R-Silver City/Grant), first elected in 2008, retired in 2018
    Howie Morales (D-Silver City/Grant), elected in 2018

    District 4 – Lean R in 2020
    William Sharer (R-Farmington/San Juan), first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Ben Ray Lujan (D-Santa Fe), first elected in 2008.

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Pearce (R-Hobbs/Lea), first elected in 2002, retired in 2018 to run for Governor
    Jim Townsend (R-Artesia/Eddy), elected in 2018.

    District 7 – Tossup in 2020
    Yvette Herrell (R-Alamogordo/Otero), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2016
    Xochitl Torres Small (D-Las Cruces/Dona Ana), elected in 2016



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 38 x DEM 18
    2018 – GOP 30 x DEM 26 (D+8)
     
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    Nevada (9 Districts)
  • Nevada:


    Nevada


    Las Vegas


    Reno

    District 1:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +9%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Laxalt +4%
    Senator 2018: Heller +3%
    Senator 2016: Heck +8%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +22%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +23%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +20%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +18%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +18%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +12%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +42%
    President 2008: Obama +41%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +41%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +44%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +44%


    District 5:

    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +41%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +36%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +38%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +35%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +4%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +7%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +8%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +4%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: Laxalt +28%
    Senator 2018: Heller +28%
    Senator 2016: Heck +29%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: Obama +19%
    Governor 2018: Sisolak +11%
    Senator 2018: Rosen +12%
    Senator 2016: Cortez Masto +7%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2018: Laxalt +23%
    Senator 2018: Heller +22%
    Senator 2016: Heck +23%



    Nevada's 1st District covers the southern portion of the state and Clark County, the largest city in the district being Henderson. Districts 2 °, 3 °, 4 °, 5 ° and 6 ° cover Las Vegas and its surrounding regions. The 2nd is almost entirely centered on Paradise. The 3rd covers Enterprise and Spring Valley. The 4th covers the east end of Las Vegas, in addition to Sunrise Manor and an extensive strip north over Henderson. The 5th covers a central portion of Las Vegas, as well as the city of North Las Vegas. The 6th occupies most of the city of Las Vegas, as well as Summerlin South.

    The 7th District is the largest in the state, covering a northern portion of the city of Las Vegas, as well as much of the interior of Nevada, as far north as the state and west. The 8th covers the city of Reno, the 3rd largest in the state. The 9th covers the capital Carson City, as well as the rest of the interior of the state that does not belong to the 7th.


    District 1 – Lean R in 2020
    Joe Heck (R-Henderson/Clark), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Dina Titus (D-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2008

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Susie Lee (D-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2016

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Chris Giunchigliani (D-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Steven Horsford (D-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Victoria Seaman (R-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2016
    Nicole Cannizzaro (D-Las Vegas/Clark), first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Cresent Hardy (R-Mesquite/Clark), first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Likely D in 2020
    Hillary Schieve (D-Reno/Washoe), first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Mark Amodei (R-Carson City), first elected in 2010


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 41 x DEM 24
    2018 – GOP 33 x DEM 32 (D+8)
     
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    Utah (9 Districts)
  • Utah:


    Utah

    Salt Lake City

    Provo

    North Utah

    District 1:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +28%
    Governor 2016: Weinholtz +25%
    Senator 2016: Snow +22%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: McCain +0.5%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +9%
    Senator 2016: Lee +13%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: McCain +16%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +25%
    Senator 2016: Lee +29%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +42%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +50%
    Senator 2016: Lee +54%


    District 5:

    PVI – R+33
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +54%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +63%
    Senator 2016: Lee +66%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+34
    President 2016: Trump +13%
    President 2008: McCain +56%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +64%
    Senator 2016: Lee +66%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+27
    President 2016: Trump +36%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +49%
    Senator 2016: Lee +51%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +41%
    Senator 2016: Lee +43%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+34
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +52%
    Governor 2016: Herbert +60%
    Senator 2016: Lee +63%



    The 1st District of Utah is the only one represented by a member of the Democratic party, concentrated in the capital, Salt Lake City. The 2nd District is the most competitive in Utah, being considered an opportunity for Democrats in 2018, but Aimee Winder Newton managed to win a tight re-election. The 2nd covers West Valley City, Taylorsville and Murray.

    The 3rd is also within Salt Lake County, covering West Jordan, South Jordan, Sandy and Cottonwood Heights. The 4th District covers the whole of Davis County, with Layton as its largest city. The 5th covers the south of Salt Lake County and northern Utah County, with Riverton, Alpine, Lehi, Pleasant Grove, Highland and American Fork as the main cities.

    The 6th is entirely within the central part of Utah County, being centered in the city of Provo. The 7th covers the entire eastern portion of the state. The 8th is a small extension in the north of the state, covering Brigham City, Ogden, Logan and Hyrum. The 9th covers the entire western portion of the state.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Ben McAdams (D-Salt Lake City/Salt Lake), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Lean R in 2020
    Aimee Winder Newton (R-Taylorsville/Salt Lake), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Kim Coleman (R-West Jordan/Salt Lake), first elected in 2016

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Chris Stewart (R-Farmington/Davis), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Mia Love (R-Saratoga Springs/Utah), first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    John Curtis (R-Provo/Utah), first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    David Hinkins (R-Orangeville/Emery), first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Rob Bishop (R-Brigham City/Box Elder), first elected in 2002

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Evan Vickers (R-Cedar City/Irom), first elected in 2014


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 49 x DEM 25
    2018 – GOP 41 x DEM 33 (D+8)
     
    Kansas (9 Districts)
  • Kansas:


    Kansas

    Wichita

    Overland Park

    District 1:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +8%
    President 2012: Romney +8%
    President 2008: McCain +3%

    Governor 2018: Kelly +14%
    Senator 2016: Moran +17%

    District 2:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2012: Romney +33%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Governor 2018: Kobach +5%
    Senator 2016: Moran +43%



    District 3:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2012: Romney +17%
    President 2008: McCain +7%

    Governor 2018: Kelly +20%
    Senator 2016: Moran +15%

    District 4:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2012: Romney +7%
    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: Kelly +23%

    Senator 2016: Moran +7%

    District 5:

    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +8%

    President 2012: Obama +1%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Kelly +14%

    Senator 2016: Moran +11%

    District 6:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2012: Romney +8%
    President 2008: McCain +6%

    Governor 2018: Kelly +20%
    Senator 2016: Moran +21%

    District 7:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +41%
    President 2012: Romney +31%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2018: Kobach +15%
    Senator 2016: Moran +45%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2012: Romney +40%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Governor 2018: Kobach +14%
    Senator 2016: Moran +53%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+31
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2012: Romney +55%
    President 2008: McCain +48%
    Governor 2018: Kobach +28%
    Senator 2016: Moran +67%



    Kansas 1st District covers most of Wichita and was considered a tossup in 2018, but with the incumbent winning by a comfortable margin. The 2nd covers the western rest of Wichita, as well as the nearest counties. The 3rd District covers the 2nd largest city in the state, Overland Park. The 4th District covers Olathe and Lawrence.

    The 5th District covers the northeast of the state, including Kansas City Kansas. The 6th District is located on the outskirts of Topeka, the state capital. The 7th covers southern Kansas. The 8th is in the center of the state, covering from the south of Wichita to the extreme north of Kansas. The 9th covers the entire western part of Kansas and is the most republican of the districts.


    District 1 – Lean R in 2020
    Ron Estes (R-Wichita/Sedgwick), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Todd Tiahrt (R-Wichita/Sedgwick), first elected in 1994

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Kevin Yoder (R-Overland Park/Johnson), first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Barry Grissom (D-Leawood/Johnson), first elected in 2018

    District 4 –Tossup in 2020
    Sandy Praeger (R-Lawrence/Douglas), first elected in 2008, retired in 2018
    Sharice Davids (D-Shawnee/Johnson), elected in 2018

    District 5 – Lean R in 2020
    Kelly Kultala (D-Kansas City/Wyandotte), first elected in 2008, defeated in 2016
    Dennis Pyle (R-Hiawatha/Brown), elected in 2016

    District 6 – Likely R in 2020
    Lynn Jenkins (R-Topeka/Shawnee), first elected in 2008, retired in 2018
    Steve Watkins (R-Topeka/Shawnee), elected in 2018

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeff Longbine (R-Emporia/Lyon), first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Tracey Mann (R-Salina/Saline), first elected in 2012

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Roger Marshall (R-Great Bend/Barton), first elected in 2016


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 58 x DEM 25
    2018 – GOP 48 x DEM 35 (D+10)
     
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