1000 Congressional Districts

Arkansas (10 Districts)
  • Arkansas:


    District 1:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +28%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Governor 2018: Henderson +15%
    Senator 2016: Eldridge +24%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +25%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +35%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +16%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +29%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +18%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +31%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +22%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +53%
    President 2008: McCain +31%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +60%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +45%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +36%
    President 2008: McCain +32%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +44%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +28%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +37%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +44%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +29%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +54%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +39%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +30%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +27%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2018: Hutchinson +39%
    Senator 2016: Boozman +35%



    The 1st District of Arkansas is the only district in the state represented by a member of the Democratic party, and covers the state capital, Little Rock. The 2nd district is just east of the 1st. The 3rd covers the southeast of the state. The 4th the northeast and the 5th the north. The 6th is west of the 1st. The 7th is in southwest Arkansas, with the 8th just above, in the west of the state. The 9th and 10th are northwest of Arkansas.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Joyce Elliott (D-Little Rock/Pulaski), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Leslie Rutledge (R-Cabot/Lonoke), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Matthew Shepherd (R-El Dorado/Union), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Rick Crawford (R-Jonesboro/Crowley), first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Blake Johnson (R-Corning/Clay), first elected in 2016

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Dennis Milligan (R-Benton/Saline), first elected in 2014

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Bruce Westerman (R-Hot Springs/Garland), first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Jon Eubanks (R-Paris/Logan), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Bob Ballinger (R-Berryville/Carroll), first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Womack (R-Rogers/Benton), first elected in 2010



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 67 x DEM 26
    2018 – GOP 57 x DEM 36 (D+10)
     
    Mississippi (10 Districts)
  • Mississippi:


    District 1:
    PVI – D+16
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +11%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2008: McCain +30%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +29%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2008: McCain +38%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2008: McCain +38%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2008: McCain +37%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2008: McCain +9%



    The 1st District occupies most of the capital and largest city in the state, Jackson, going south towards Brookhaven. The 2nd is in the south of the state, including the city of Hattiesburg. The 3rd and 4th are along the Mississippi River. The 5th is in the north of the state.
    The 6th is in the northern portion of the eastern border of the state. The 7th is at the southern end of the state, with the largest city Gulfport. The 8th is in the southern portion of the eastern border of the state. The 9th is in the center of the state, with the largest city Meridian, and the east part of the capital Jackson. The 10th is in the central portion of the eastern border of the state.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Bennie Thompson (D-Bolton/Hinds), first elected in 1992

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom King (R-Petal/Forrest), first elected in 2002

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Mike Espy (D-Yazoo), first elected in 1986

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Derrick Simmons (D-Greenville/Washington), first elected in 2014

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Rita Potts Parks (R-Corinth/Alcorn), first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Alan Nunnelee (R-Tupelo/Lee), first elected in 2010, died in 2015
    Trent Kelly (R-Saltillo/Lee), first elected in 2015

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Steven Palazzo (R-Gulfport/Harrison), first elected in 2010

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Chris McDaniel (R-Ellisville/Jones), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Gregg Harper (R-Brandon/Rankin), first elected in 2008, retired in 2018
    Michael Guest (R-Brandon/Rankin), first elected in 2008

    District 10 – Likely R in 2020
    Amy Tuck (R-Oktibbeha), first elected in 2006



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 74 x DEM 29
    2018 – GOP 64 x DEM 39 (D+10)
     
    Iowa (10 Districts)
  • Iowa:


    Iowa

    Des Moines

    District 1:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +12%

    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +7%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +25%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2018: Hubbell +7%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +15%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Governor 2018: Hubbell +2%

    Senator 2016: Grassley +16%

    District 4:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2018: Hubbell +14%

    Senator 2016: Grassley +9%

    District 5:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +8%

    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +4%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +24%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +2%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +10%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +33%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Hubbell +29%
    Senator 2016: Judge +3%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +6%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +17%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +39%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +37%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +51%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +17%

    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Reynolds +9%
    Senator 2016: Grassley +32%



    Iowa is a state full of competitive districts. The 1st District covers the northeast of the state, with Dubuque as its largest city. In 2018, Rod Blum won a tight re-election against Abby Finkenauer.
    The 2nd District centers around Cedar Rapids. The 3rd is in the southeast of the state, with Davenport as its largest city, and despite the many tossups, it was the only district that flipped in 2018.
    The 4th district is adjacent to the 3rd, with Iowa City as the largest city. The 5th District is to the north, with Waterloo as its largest city. The 6th is close to Des Moines, with the largest city Ankeny. The 7th covers Des Moines and West Des Moines.
    The 8th is in the southwest of the state. The 9th is in the northwest of the state and is the most republican of the districts, with the largest city Sioux City. The 10th is next to the 9th, in the north of the state.

    District 1 –Tossup in 2020
    Rod Blum (R-Dubuque), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Lean D in 2020
    Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids/Linn), first elected in 2008

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Mark Lofgren (R-Muscatine), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Monica Kurth (D-Davenport/Scott), elected in 2018

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa City/Johnson), first elected in 2006

    District 5 – Likely R in 2020
    Pat Grassley (R-New Hartford/Butler), first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Likely R in 2020
    Matt Strawn (R-Ankeny/Polk), first elected in 2014

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Christie Vilsack (D-Des Moines/Polk), first elected in 2010

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    David Young (R-Van Meter/Dallas), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve King (R-Kiron/Crawford), first elected in 2002

    District 10 – Likely R in 2020
    Tim Kraayenbrink (R-Fort Dodge/Webster), first elected in 2016



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 81 x DEM 32
    2018 – GOP 70 x DEM 43 (D+11)
     
    Connecticut (12 Districts)
  • Connecticut:


    District 1:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2008: Obama +20%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2008: Obama +12%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2008: Obama +25%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 5:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2008: Obama +40%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +14%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2008: Obama +17%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2008: Obama +26%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2008: Obama +46%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2008: Obama +26%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2008: Obama +19%



    The 1st District is in the southwest of the state, covering the cities of Stamford, Greenwich and Norwalk. The 2nd covers the central part of Fairfield County, with Danbury as the largest city. The 3rd is concentrated in the largest city in the state, Bridgeport, as well as its surroundings. The 4th covers Litchfield County, and is the only one represented by the GOP after the 2018 election.
    The 5th is centered on New Haven, as well as its suburbs, such as West Haven, East Haven and Milford. The 6th is north of the 5th, with the largest city Waterbury. The 7th covers the remaining eastern portion of New Haven County. The 8th covers the entire territory of Middletown in the center of the state to New London, in the southeast. The 9th is in the extreme center of Connecticut, with Bristol as the largest city.
    The 10th focuses on the city of Hartford, the 3rd largest in the state. The 11th is next to the 10th, covering Manchester, Colchester, Vernon and Enfield. The 12th covers all of Eastern Connecticut, having been represented by the GOP until the 2018 election.

    District 1 –Safe D in 2020
    Jim Himes (D-Cob Cob/Fairfield), first elected in 2008

    District 2 – Likely D in 2020
    Bob Godfrey (D-Danbury/Fairfield), first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Joe Ganim (D-Bridgeport/Fairfield), first elected in 2000

    District 4 – Lean R in 2020
    Kevin Witkos (R-Canton/Hartford), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Rosa DeLauro (D-New Haven), first elected in 1990

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Joan Hartley (D-Waterbury/New Haven), first elected in 2008

    District 7 – Likely D in 2020
    Elizabeth Esty (D-Chesire/New Haven), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018
    Jahana Hayes (D-Wolcott/New Haven), elected in 2018

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Dan Drew (D-Middletown/Middlesex), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Theresa Gerratana (D-New Britain/Hartford), first elected in 2014

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Pedro Segarra (D-Hartford), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    John B. Larson (D-East Hartford/Hartford), first elected in 1998

    District 12 – Lean D in 2020
    Rob Simmons (R-Stonington/New London), first elected in 2000, retired in 2018
    Mae Flexer (D-Danielson/Windham), elected in 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 83 x DEM 42
    2018 – GOP 71 x DEM 54 (D+12)
     
    Oklahoma (12 Districts)
  • Oklahoma:


    Oklahoma

    Oklahoma City

    Tulsa

    District 1:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +19%

    Governor 2018: Edmondson +4%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +32%

    District 2:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2008: McCain +16%

    Governor 2018: Edmondson +15%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +22%

    District 3:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +4%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +44%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +47%
    President 2008: McCain +37%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +23%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +53%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +62%
    President 2008: McCain +54%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +39%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +64%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +37%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +11%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +43%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +14%
    President 2008: McCain +11%

    Governor 2018: Edmondson +6%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +14%

    District 8:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +21%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +49%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +51%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +27%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +52%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +16%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +42%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +54%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +25%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +47%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +34%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2018: Stitt +7%
    Senator 2016: Lankford +42%


    Oklahoma's 1st, 2nd and 3rd districts are concentrated around Oklahoma City. The 1st is to the east, with the largest cities being Edmond, most of Moore and Midwest City. The 2nd comprises most of Oklahoma City. The 3rd is to the west, with a part of Oklahoma City, Yukon and Bethany.

    The 4th is in the southwest of the state, as the largest Lawton city. The 5th occupies the west of the state, including the entire Panhandlee. The 6th covers the south of the city of Tulsa, as well as Broken Arrow. The 7th occupies most of the rest of Tulsa, in addition to Owasso, to the north.

    The 8th is in the center of the state, occupying from the north of Edmondson to the south of Tulsa, in Sapulpa. 9th is in northeastern Oklahoma. The 10th is west of the state, in the central part, starting from the limits of Broken Arrown, on the 6th. The 11th covers the entire southeastern portion of the state. The 12th occupies a region that begins south of Oklahoma City, in Norman, down to the southern border of Oklahoma.

    District 1 – Likely R in 2020
    Steve Russell (R-Del City/Oklahoma), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Tossup in 2020
    Greg Treat (R-Oklahoma City/Oklahoma), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Kendra Horn (D-Oklahoma City/Oklahoma), elected in 2018

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Terry Neese (R-Yukon/Canadian), first elected in 1996

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    T. W. Shannon (R-Lawton/Comanche), first elected in 2014

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Frank Lucas (R-Enid/Garfield), first elected in 1994

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Nathan Dahm (R-Tulsa), first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Likely R in 2020
    Kevin Hern (R-Tulsa), first elected in 2016

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Roger Thompson (R-Okemah/Okfuskee), first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Micheal Bergstrom (R-Adair/Mayes), first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Markwayne Mullin (R-Westville/Adair), first elected in 2012

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Shane Jett (R-Shawnee/Pottawatomie), first elected in 2010

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Cole (R-Moore/Cleveland), first elected in 2002


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 95 x DEM 42
    2018 – GOP 82 x DEM 55 (D+13)
     
    Oregon (13 Districts)
  • Oregon:


    Oregon

    Portland
    District 1:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: Obama +28%
    Governor 2018: Brown +21%
    Governor 2016: Brown +21%
    Senator 2016: Wyden +36%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+37
    President 2016: Clinton +73%
    President 2008: Obama +73%
    Governor 2018: Brown +73%
    Governor 2016: Brown +70%
    Senator 2016: Wyden +67%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +54%
    President 2008: Obama +50%
    Governor 2018: Brown +43%
    Governor 2016: Brown +42%
    Senator 2016: Wyden +55%


    District 4:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +5%
    President 2008: Obama +9%

    Governor 2018: Buehler +5%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +3%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

    District 5:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2018: Brown +17%
    Governor 2016: Brown +15%
    Senator 2016: Wyden +30%


    District 6:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +11%

    Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +1%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +16%

    District 7:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    Governor 2018: Buehler +2%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +8%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +12%

    District 8:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2018: Buehler +26%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +25%
    Senator 2016: Callahan +4%


    District 9:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Trump +1%
    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Buehler +3%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +0.3%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +13%

    District 10:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Brown +24%
    Governor 2016: Brown +22%
    Senator 2016: Wyden +34%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +16%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Governor 2018: Buehler +17%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +11%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +5%

    District 12:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +15%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2018: Buehler +22%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +15%

    Senator 2016: Wyden +8%

    District 13:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2018: Buehler +30%
    Governor 2016: Pierce +31%
    Senator 2016: Callahan +4%



    Oregon is a mostly democratic state, with 4 very competitive districts, but all occupied by Democrats, despite repeated serious challenges from the GOP.

    The 1st District occupies the eastern part of Portland, in addition to the city of Gresham. The 2nd occupies the entire central part of Portland. The 3rd occupies the remainder of the west portion of Portland, in addition to Beaverton.

    The 4th starts south of Lake Oswego, and covers Oregon City, Gladstone, going east on Estacada. The 5th occupies the western part of Tigard, in addition to Aloha, Tualatin and Sherwood. The 6th occupies the entire northwestern portion of the state, with Hillsboro as its largest city.

    The 7th covers from Newberg in the north, to Keizer and the state capital, Salem, in its southern part. The 8th is in the center of the state, covering some suburbs of Salem and, in its eastern portion, going to the 1st to the north. The 9th covers most of the coast of the state of Oregon.

    The 10th is concentrated in the city of Eugene, the third largest in the state. The 11th covers a southern portion of the state, just below the 12th, which runs from southern Eugene to a small northern Oregon border at Cascade Locks. The 13th covers the rest of eastern Oregon.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Laurie Monnes Anderson (D-Gresham/Multnomah), first elected in 2008

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Earl Blumenauer (D-Portland/Multnomah), first elected in 1996, special

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Suzanne Bonamici (D-Beaverton/Washington), first elected in 2012, special

    District 4 – Lean D in 2020
    Kurt Schraeder (D-Canby/Clackamas), first elected in 2008

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Richard Devlin (D-Tualatin/Washington), first elected in 2006

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Deborah Boone (D-Seaside/Clatsop), first elected in 2012

    District 7 – Lean D in 2020
    Bill Bradbury (D-Salem/Marion), first elected in 2002

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Fred Girod (R-Stayton/Marion), first elected in 2012

    District 9 –Tossup in 2020
    Arnie Roblan (D-Coos Bay/Coos), first elected in 2012

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Peter De Fazio (D-Springfield/Lane), first elected in 1986

    District 11 – Likely R in 2020
    Dennis Richardson (R-Central Point/Jackson), first elected in 2014, died in 2019
    Duane Stark (R-Grants Pass/Josephine), elected in 2019

    District 12 – Likely R in 2020
    Bruce Hanna (R-Roseburg/Douglas), first elected in 2010

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Greg Walden (R-Hood River), first elected in 1998



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 99 x DEM 51
    2018 – GOP 86 x DEM 64 (D+13)
     
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    Kentucky (14 Districts)
  • Kentucky:


    Kentucky

    Louisville

    Lexington

    District 1:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +40%
    Governor 2019: Beshear +61%
    Senator 2016: Gray +47%


    District 2:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: Obama +0.3%
    Governor 2019: Beshear +27%
    Senator 2016: Gray +7%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +3%
    Senator 2016: Paul +19%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +12%
    Senator 2016: Paul +38%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +2%
    Senator 2016: Paul +27%


    District 6:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2019: Beshear +31%
    Senator 2016: Gray +19%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +34%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +2%
    Senator 2016: Paul +11%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +8%
    Senator 2016: Paul +17%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +51%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +3%
    Senator 2016: Paul +13%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+35
    President 2016: Trump +69%
    President 2008: McCain +50%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +37%
    Senator 2016: Paul +46%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+28
    President 2016: Trump +59%
    President 2008: McCain +42%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +31%
    Senator 2016: Paul +38%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +37%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +9%
    Senator 2016: Paul +27%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +34%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +4%
    Senator 2016: Paul +15%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +48%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2019: Bevin +22%
    Senator 2016: Paul +30%



    Kentucky is a comfortably republican state, with only 3 seats being held by members of the Democratic party, and only one of them being Safe.

    The 1st is Kentucky's only Safe D district, occupying most of the city of Louisville. The 2nd covers the rest of the eastern portion of Louisville, as well as Jeffersontown, Lyndon and Middletown. The 3rd occupies the rest of Jefferson County, going south towards the center of the state.

    The 4th occupies northern Kentucky, to the north with Burlingon and Florence, in addition to Crittenden. The 5th continues on the northern border of the 4th. The 6th covers Lexington. The 7th is west of the 6th, also covering the state capital, Frankfort. The 8th is east of the 6th, with Richmond as the largest city.

    9th is on the state border with West Virginia. The 10th is on the Kentucky-Virginia border. The 11th is on the west side of the 10th. The 12th has Bowling Green as its largest city, the 3rd largest in Kentucky. The 13th is on the border with Indiana, covering Henderson and Owensboro. The 14 ° covers the western end of the state.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    John Yarmuth (D-Louisville/Jefferson), first elected in 2006

    District 2 – Lean D in 2020
    Jerry Abramson (D-Louisville/Jefferson), first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Trey Grayson (R-Belmont/Bullitt), first elected in 2010

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    John Schickel (R-Union/Boone), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Thomas Massie (R-Garrison/Lewis), first elected in 2010

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Ben Chandler (D-Lexington/Fayette), first elected in 2004, special

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown/Kentucky), first elected in 2008

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Ed Worley (R-Richmond/Madison), first elected in 2010

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Jill York (R-Grayson/Carter), first elected in 2014

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Hal Rogers (R-Somerset/Pulaski), first elected in 1980

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    James Comer (R-Tompkinsville/Monroe), first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Brett Guthrie (R-Bowling Green/Warren), first elected in 2008

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Matt Castlen (R-Owensboro/Daviess), first elected in 2016

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Steven Rudy (R-West Paducah/McCracken), first elected in 2010



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 110 x DEM 54
    2018 – GOP 97 x DEM 67 (D+13)
     
    Louisiana (15 Districts)
  • Louisiana:


    Louisiana

    New Orleans

    Baton Rouge

    District 1:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +57%
    President 2008: Obama +52%
    Senator 2016: Campbell +58%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Senator 2016: Campbell +17%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +40%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +36%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +55%
    President 2008: McCain +56%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +58%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +47%
    President 2008: McCain +48%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +54%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +16%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Senator 2016: Campbell +4%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +13%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +34%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +45%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +36%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +41%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +48%
    President 2008: McCain +37%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +45%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +4%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +39%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Senator 2016: Kennedy +30%



    The 1st District occupies most of the city of New Orleans, and is the most democratic of the districts in the state of Louisiana. The 2nd occupies a small portion of the city of New Orleans, and then heads south on Jefferson Parish. The 3rd occupies the northern part of Jefferson Parish, as well as the whole of St. Charles Parish, as well as Edgard and La Place, in St. John the Baptist Parish.

    The 4th District is in the south of the state, covering Houma and Thibodaux, as well as Donaldsonville, and Sorrento, to the north. The 5th is north of the 3rd, covering Hammond. The 6th covers the entire east of the state of Louisiana, covering several islands and the coast, from north to south.

    The 7th extends across the Mississippi border, from Greensburg and Jackson, to Opelousas and Eunice in the center of the state, and heading north in Winnsboro and up to a small section of the Arkansas border. Baton Rouge, the 2nd largest city in the state, is divided between the 8th and 9th districts, with the 8th covering the north of the city, in addition to Baker and Zachary. The 8th tends as a Democrat. The 9th covers the south of Baton Rouge, going south of the state, on St. Mary Parish. The district is competitive but tends to the GOP.

    The 10th covers the city of Lafayette, the 4th largest in the state. The 11th is southwest of the state, covering Abbeville to the southern border with Texas. The 12th covers the border with Texas, from the end of the 11th to the south of Shreveport, on the 13th.

    The 13th covers the city of Shreveport, and despite having a PVI R + 1, it has been represented by a member of the Democratic Party since 2008. The 14th covers the entire northern border of Louisiana with Arkansas, going south in the central state, in Winnfield. The 15th covers a strip in the center of the state, from the south in Alexandria to the north in Monroe.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Cedric Richmond (D-New Orleans/Orleans), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Mitch Landrieu (D-New Orleans/Orleans), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Eric Skrmetta (R-Metairie/Jefferson), first elected in 2012

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Lenar Whitney (R-Houma/Terrebonne), first elected in 2014

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Eddie Lambert (R-Prairieville/Ascension), first elected in 2016

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Sharon Hewitt (R-Slidell/St. Tammany), first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Ralph Abraham (R-Mangham/Richland), first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Likely D in 2020
    Kip Holden (D-Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge), first elected in 2008

    District 9 – Lean R in 2020
    Garret Graves (R-Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge), first elected in 2014

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Page Cortez (R-Lafayette), first elected in 2012

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Bret Allain (R-Jeanerette/Iberia), first elected in 2014

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Gerald Long (R-Natchitoches), first elected in 2010

    District 13 – Lean D in 2020
    Keith Hightower (D-Shreveport/Caddo), first elected in 2008

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Johnson (R-Benton/Bossier), first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Lance Harris (R-Alexandria/Rapides), first elected in 2012


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 121 x DEM 58
    2018 – GOP 108 x DEM 71 (D+13)
     
    South Carolina (15 Districts)
  • South Carolina:


    South Carolina

    Columbia

    Charleston

    District 1:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +26%
    Governor 2018: Smith +39%
    Senator 2016: Dixon +15%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +17%
    Senator 2016: Scott +38%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2018: Smith +20%

    Senator 2016: Scott +10%

    District 4:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +16%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +6%
    Senator 2016: Scott +30%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +5%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +2%
    Senator 2016: Scott +14%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Smith +10%

    Senator 2016: Scott +2%

    District 7:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +25%
    Senator 2016: Scott +37%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +3%

    President 2008: Obama +2%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +0.1%
    Senator 2016: Scott +8%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +6%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +2%
    Senator 2016: Scott +11%



    District 10:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +19%
    Senator 2016: Scott +26%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +16%
    Senator 2016: Scott +37%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +40%
    Senator 2016: Scott +54%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +23%
    Senator 2016: Scott +37%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +21%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +23%
    Senator 2016: Scott +36%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2018: McMaster +24%
    Senator 2016: Scott +31%



    The 1st District is concentrated in the state capital, Columbia. The 2nd covers the whole of Lexington County, in addition to Hopkins, Richland County. The 3rd occupies most of Charleston. The 4th is north of the 3rd, occupying Summerville, Ridgeville and Goose Creek.

    The 5th occupies all of South Carolina. The 6th starts just east of Charleston and skirts the 4th, as far north as Orangeburg and Manning. The 7th is east of the state, covering Myrtle Beach. The 8th district, one of the surprises of having flipped in 2018, covers Florence, Hartsville and Bennettsville.

    The 9th is north of the 1st district. The 10th covers the city of Rock Hill. The 11th occupies the city of Greenville. The 12th is at the west end of South Carolina, occupying Walhalla and Anderson. The 13th is south of the 12th, occupying Greenwood and Simpsonville. The 14th covers the city of Spartanburg. The 15th starts south of the 14th and goes down to the border with Georgia.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Jim Clyburn (D-Columbia/Richland), first elected in 1992

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Joe Wilson (R-Springdale/Lexington), first elected in 2001

    District 3 – Likely D in 2020
    Joe Cunningham (D-Charleston), first elected in 2016

    District 4 – Likely R in 2020
    Nancy Mace (R-Hanahan/Berkeley), first elected in 2014

    District 5 – Lean R in 2020
    Mark Sanford (R-Beaufort), first elected in 1994

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Brad Hutto (D-Orangeburg), first elected in 2000

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Rice (R-Myrtle Beach/Horry), first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Tossup in 2020
    Jay Lucas (R-Hartsville/Darlington), first elected in 2002, defeated in 2018
    Robert Q. Williams (D-Darlington), elected in 2018

    District 9 – Lean R in 2020
    Greg Gregory (R-Lancaster), first elected in 2010

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Ralph Norman (R-Rock Hills/York), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Trey Gowdy (R-Greenville), first elected in 2010, retired in 2018
    William Timmons (R-Greenville), elected in 2018

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Thomas C. Alexander (R-Walhalla/Oconee), first elected in 2002

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Craig Gagnon (R-Abbeville), first elected in 2016

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Shane Martin (R-Spartanburg), first elected in 2014

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeff Duncan (R-Laurens), first elected in 2010


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 133 x DEM 61
    2018 – GOP 119 x DEM 75 (D+14)
     
    Alabama (16 Districts)
  • Alabama:


    Alabama

    Birmingham

    District 1:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2008: Obama +7%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: McCain +5%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2008: McCain +39%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2008: McCain +29%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2008: McCain +46%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2008: Obama +3%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2008: McCain +31%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: McCain +11%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+33
    President 2008: McCain +53%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2008: McCain +50%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+33
    President 2008: McCain +58%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2008: McCain +26%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +3%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2008: McCain +41%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: McCain +5%


    The 1st District covers the city of Mobile, Alabama's third largest city. The 2nd starts north of the 1st, going to the central part of the state, covering cities like Selma, Livingston, Demopolis and Eutaw. The 3rd starts at the east of the 1st, going to Andalusia to the east. The 4th covers the city of Tuscaloosa.

    The 5th covers a line from the south, just north of the 3rd, to the north in the suburbs of Birmingham. The 6th covers the south of Birmingham, as well as Bessemer, Vestavia Hills and Hoover. The 7th covers most of Birmingham, as well as Trussville and Center Point.

    The 8th covers northwestern Alabama, including the cities of Florence and Russelville, and part of the city of Decatur. The 9th covers the city of Huntsville. The 10th is south of the 8th and 9th, including most of the city of Decatur. The 11th covers northeastern Alabama.

    The 8th covers northwestern Alabama, including the cities of Florence and Russelville. The 9th covers the city of Huntsville. The 10th is south of the 8th and 9th, including most of the city of Decatur. The 11th covers northeastern Alabama. The 12th covers the rest of Jefferson County, as far north as Gadsden.

    The 13th is south of the 11th, including the city of Anniston. The 14th covers the city of Montgomery. The 15th is south of the 14th, including Troy and Enterprise. The 16th is in southeastern Alabama.

    District 1 – Lean D in 2020
    Sam Jones (D-Mobile), first elected in 2012

    District 2 – Lean R in 2020
    Chad Fincher (R-Semmes/Mobile), first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Bradley Byrne (R-Fairhope/Baldwin), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Gerald Allen (R-Tuscaloosa), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Cam Ward (R-Alabaster/Shelby), first elected in 2008

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Priscila Dunn (D-Bessemer/Jefferson), first elected in 2006

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Terri Sewell (D-Birmingham/Jefferson), first elected in 2010

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Arthur Orr (R-Decatur/Morgan), first elected in 2010

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville/Madison), first elected in 2010

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville/Winston), first elected in 1996

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Livingston (R-Scottsboro/Jackson), first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim McClendon (R-Springfield/St. Clair), first elected in 2008

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Rogers (R-Anniston/Calhoun), first elected in 2002

    District 14 – Lean D in 2020
    Bobby Bright (D-Montgomery), first elected in 2008

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Barry Moore (R-Enterprise/Coffee), first elected in 2014

    District 16 – Likely R in 2020
    Tom Whatley (R-Auburn/Lee), first elected in 2016


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 145 x DEM 65
    2018 – GOP 131 x DEM 79 (D+14)
     
    Colorado (16 Districts)
  • Colorado:


    Colorado

    Denver

    Colorado Springs

    District 1:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +55%
    President 2008: Obama +51%
    Governor 2018: Polis +59%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +51%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +52%
    Governor 2018: Polis +59%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +49%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Polis +21%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +17%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +40%
    Governor 2018: Polis +48%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +37%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Polis +20%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +13%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2018: Polis +13%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +8%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Clinton +2.5%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Polis +5%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +0.3%

    District 8:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +32%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +30%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Governor 2018: Polis +25%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +20%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +3%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +15%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +12%


    District 11:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Polis +10%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +3%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +28%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +32%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +4%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +10%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +12%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +5%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +2%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: Stapleton +17%
    Senator 2016: Glenn +22%


    District 16:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Polis +10%
    Senator 2016: Bennett +5%



    The 1st and 2nd districts of Colorado divide the city of Denver, with the east part being the 1st and the west part being the 2nd. The 3rd covers the cities of Westminster, Thornton and Northglenn. The 4th covers Broomfield and Boulder.

    The 5th is west of the 4th, 3rd and 6th, covering from the north of Boulder to Evergreen and Conifer in the south. The 6th runs the western and southern border of the 2nd, covering Lakewood and Littleton. The 7th is south of the 1st, covering Centennial, Foxfield and Greenwood Village.

    The 8th covers northeast Colorado. The 9th covers the city of Aurora, as well as a strip towards the east of the state. The 10th is north of Denver, going to Greeley to the north. The 11th is north of the 10th, including Fort Collins.

    The 12th and 13th divide the city of Colorado Springs and its surroundings. The 14th is south of Colorado Springs, including the city of Pueblo. The 15th covers the southwestern portion of the state. The 16th is the largest district in the state, from its northwest border, through Steamboat Springs in the north, Aspen in the center and ending at a border in the south, between the 14th and 15th.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Diana DeGette (D-Denver), first elected in 1996

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Crisanta Duran (D-Denver), first elected in 2016

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Dominick Moreno (D-Commerce City/Adams), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Jared Polis (D-Boulder), first elected in 2008, retired in 2018 to run for governor
    Joe Neguse (D-Lafayette/Boulder), elected in 2018

    District 5 – Likely D in 2020
    Ed Perlmutter (D-Arvada/Jefferson), first elected in 2006

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Andy Kerr (D-Lakewood/Jefferson), first elected in 2012

    District 7 – Tossup in 2020
    Frank McNulty (R-Highland Ranchs/Douglas), first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Tom Sullivan (D-Centennial/Arapahoe), elected in 2018

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Sterling/Logan), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Morgan Carroll (D-Aurora/Arapahoe), first elected in 2010

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Ken Buck (R-Windson/Weld), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Lean D in 2020
    Don Marostica (R-Loveland/Larimer), first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Jennifer Arndt (D-Fort Collins/Larimer), elected in 2018

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Owen Hill (R-Colorado Springs/El Paso), first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Likely R in 2020
    Doug Lamborn (R-Colorado Springs/El Paso), first elected in 2006

    District 14 – Likely R in 2020
    Clarice Navarro (R-Pueblo), first elected in 2014

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Scott Tipton (R-Cortez/Montezuma), first elected in 2010

    District 16 – Lean D in 2020
    Randy Baumgardner (R-Hot Sulphur Springs/Grand), first elected in 2016, defeated in 2018
    Diane Mitsch Bush (D-Steamboat Sprigs/Routt), elected in 2018


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 154 x DEM 72
    2018 – GOP 137 x DEM 89 (D+17)
     
    Minnesota (17 Districts)
  • Minnesota:


    Minnesota

    Minneapolis and St. Paul

    District 1:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Walz +7%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +16%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +16%

    President 2008: Obama +5%
    Governor 2018: Walz +1%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +13%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Clinton +0.3%
    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: Walz +8%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +22%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Walz +12%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +27%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +55%
    President 2008: Obama +50%
    Governor 2018: Walz +59%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +65%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Walz +20%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +33%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +12%

    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +3%

    District 8:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +3.5%
    President 2008: Obama +26%
    Governor 2018: Walz +17%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +29%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +3%
    President 2008: Obama +0.3%
    Governor 2018: Walz +8%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +23%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2018: Walz +27%
    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +41%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+33
    President 2016: Clinton +68%
    President 2008: Obama +63%
    Governor 2018: Walz +73%
    Senator 2016: Klobuchar +77%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2018: Walz +36%
    Senator 2016: Klobuchar +46%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +29%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +20%
    Senator 2018: Newberger +4%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +15%

    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +2%

    District 15:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +2%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +14%

    Senator 2018: Klobuchar +2%

    District 16:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +20%
    Senator 2018: Newberger +6%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +27%

    President 2008: Obama +0.5%
    Governor 2018: Johnson +14%
    Senator 2018: Newberger +0.1%



    The 1st District is in the southeast of the state, covering Rochester, Minnesota's 3rd largest city. The 2nd is just west of the 1st, including Waseca, Owatonna, Blue Earth and Albert Lea. The 3rd is south of St. Paul, covering Eagan, Rosemount and Burnsville. The 4th starts just north of the 3rd, in Inver Grove Heights, past Woodbury, going through the Wisconsin border to Hugo.

    The 5th district covers the entire city of St. Paul. The 6th is north of St. Paul, including Roseville, Shoreview, White Bear and Blaine. The 7th is north of the 6th, covering Andover, Ramsey and East Bethel. The 8th is northeast of Minnesota, with Duluth as its largest city.

    The 9th covers Bloomington, Shakopee and Chanhassen. The 10th is west of Minneapolis, with Plymouth as its largest city, as well as St. Louis Park, Minnetonka and Richfield. The 11th covers almost all of Minneapolis. The 12th covers the remaining northern part of Minneapolis, in addition to Brooklyn Park.

    The 13th is to the west of the 10th and 12th, going from the south in Buffalo and Monticello, to the north in Milaca. The 14th covers from the south in Windom and Fairmont, to Hutchinson, Wilmar, Benson and Litchfield. The 15th covers the entire border with South Dakota, up to half the state of North Dakota, including the city of Fargo. The 16th is in central Minnesota, while the 17th is northwest of the state.

    District 1 – Lean R in 2020
    Carla Nelson (R-Rochester/Olmsted), first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Lean R in 2020
    Tim Walz (D-Mankato/Blue Earth), first elected in 2006, retired in 2018 to run for governor
    Jim Hagedorn (R-Blue Earth/Faribault), elected in 2018

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    John Kline (R-Burnsville/Dakota), first elected in 2002, retired in 2017
    Angie Craig (D-Eagan/Dakota), elected in 2018

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Rebecca Otto (D-Marine on St. Croix/Washington), first elected in 2008

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Betty McCollum (D-St. Paul/Ramsey), first elected in 2000

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Bev Scalze (D-Little Canada/Ramsey), first elected in 2008

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Peggy Scott (R-Andover/Anoka), first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Rick Nolan (D-Duluth/St. Louis), first elected in 1974

    District 9 – Tossup in 2020
    Erik Paulsen (R-Eden Prairie/Hennepin), first elected in 2008, defeated in 2018
    Melissa Halvorson Wiklund (D-Bloomington/Hennepin), elected in 2018

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Dean Phillips (D-Deephaven/Hennepin), first elected in 2016

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Keith Ellison (D-Minneapolis/Hennepin), first elected in 2006, retired in 2018
    Ilham Omar (D-Minneapolis/Hennepin), elected in 2018

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Debra Hilstrom (D-Brooklyn Center/Hennepin), first elected in 2010

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Emmer (R-Delano/Wright), first elected in 2014

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Andrew Lang (R-Olivia/Renville), first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Ingebrigtsen (R-Alexandria/Douglas), first elected in 2012

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Michelle Fischbach (R-Paynesville/Stearns), first elected in 2004

    District 17 – Tossup in 2020
    Collin Peterson (D-Detroit Lakes/Becker), first elected in 1990



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 162 x DEM 81
    2018 – GOP 144 x DEM 99 (D+18)
     
    Wisconsin (19 Districts)
  • Wisconsin:


    Wisconsin

    Milwaukee

    Madison

    District 1:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +51%
    President 2008: Obama +50%
    Governor 2018: Evers +52%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +58%
    Senator 2016: Feingold +44%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Governor 2018: Evers +17%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +26%
    Senator 2016: Feingold +10%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +49%
    President 2008: Obama +45%
    Governor 2018: Evers +43%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +50%
    Senator 2016: Feingold +39%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +6%

    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2018: Walker +8%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +3%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +11%

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

    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Governor 2018: Walker +2%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +7%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +7%

    District 6:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +0.7%
    Governor 2018: Walker +22%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +9%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +25%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2018: Walker +31%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +20%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +35%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +13%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: Walker +11%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +3%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +13%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +48%
    President 2008: Obama +49%
    Governor 2018: Evers +53%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +57%
    Senator 2016: Feingold +47%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +38%
    Governor 2018: Evers +37%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +42%
    Senator 2016: Feingold +31%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +13%

    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Walker +11%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +1%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +18%

    District 12:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +14%
    Governor 2018: Walker +4%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +7%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +12%

    District 13:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +29%

    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Walker +26%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +13%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +28%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +18%

    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Walker +11%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +1%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +14%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2018: Walker +1%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +8%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +8%


    District 16:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: Obama +19%
    Governor 2018: Evers +1.5%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +14%

    Senator 2016: Johnson +2%

    District 17:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +15%

    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Walker +7%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +2%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +9%

    District 18:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2018: Walker +35%
    Senator 2018: Vukmir +23%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +37%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +14%

    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Walker +13%
    Senator 2018: Baldwin +0.1%
    Senator 2016: Johnson +11%

    Wisconsin's 1st, 2nd, and 3rd districts are concentrated in the state's largest city, Milwaukee. The first is almost entirely within the southeast limits of the city, in addition to Cudahy. The 2nd is in the western part of the city, in addition to West Allis and Wauwatosa. The 3rd covers the northern portion of Milwaukee, as well as Glendale, Mequon and even north in Cedarburg.

    The 4th is south of Milwaukee, covering Racine, the 5th largest city in the state. The 5th covers southeast Wisconsin, including Kenosha, the 4th largest city. The 6th covers the entire east coast of the state. The 7th is west of Milwaukee-based districts, including Brookfield, Waukesha and New Berlin.

    The 8th is west of the 7th and 5th, going from Watertown in the north to Janesville in the south. The 9th and 10th share the state capital, Madison. The 9th occupies most of the capital, its western portion. The 10th covers the rest of Madison, stretching west to the southwestern Wisconsin border.

    The 11th occupies Green Bay, the 3rd largest city in the state. The 12th is north of the 11th, including the city of Appleton. The 13th and 14th divide northern Wisconsin, 13th east and 14th west.

    The 15th is south of the 14th, covering the city of Eau Claire. The 16th covers the rest of the western border of the state, in the northern part of Iowa and the southern part of Minnesota. The 17th occupies the central part of the state. The 18th is north of the 8th and 9th. The 19th is in the center of the state, under the south of the 13th and 14th.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Gwen Moore (D-Milwaukee), first elected in 2004

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Chris Abele (D-Milwaukee), first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee), first elected in 2010

    District 4 – Lean R in 2020
    Robin Vos (R-Rochester/Racine), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Lean D in 2020
    Peter Barca (D-Kenosha), first elected in 1996

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Joe Leibham (R-Sheboygan), first elected in 2004

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Menomonee Falls/Waukesha), first elected in 1978

    District 8 – Likely R in 2020
    Paul Ryan (R-Janesville/Rock), first elected in 1998, retired in 2018
    Bryan Steil (R-Janesville/Rock), elected in 2018

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark Pocan (D-Madison/Dane), first elected in 2012

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Jon Erpenbach (D-Middletown/Dane), first elected in 2008

    District 11 – Lean R in 2020
    Mike Gallagher (R-Green Bay/Brown), first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Tossup in 2020
    Jim Steineke (R-Vandenbroek/Outagamie), first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Tom Nelson (D-Kaukauna/Outagamie), elected in 2018

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst/Oneida), first elected in 2014

    District 14 – Likely R in 2020
    James W. Edming (R-Glen Flora/Rusk), first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Lean R in 2020
    Kathy Bernier (R-Chippewa Falls/Chippewa), first elected in 2012

    District 16 – Likely D in 2020
    Ron Kind (D-La Crosse), first elected in 1996

    District 17 – Likely R in 2020
    Dale Schultz (R-Richland Center/Richland), first elected in 2004

    District 18 – Safe R in 2020
    Glenn Grothman (R-Campbellsport/Fond du Lac), first elected in 2014

    District 19 – Likely R in 2020
    Sean Duffy (R-Wasau/Marathon), first elected in 2010



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 174 x DEM 88
    2018 – GOP 155 x DEM 107 (D+19)
     
    Maryland (19 Districts)
  • Maryland:


    Maryland

    Baltimore

    DC

    District 1:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +16%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +20%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +18%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +43%
    President 2008: Obama +47%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +43%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+40
    President 2016: Clinton +81%
    President 2008: Obama +83%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +78%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +26%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +45%
    President 2008: Obama +45%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +44%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +14%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +20%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +27%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +14%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +17%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +51%
    President 2008: Obama +40%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +48%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +56%
    President 2008: Obama +44%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +54%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2016: Clinton +73%
    President 2008: Obama +65%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +71%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+37
    President 2016: Clinton +75%
    President 2008: Obama +70%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +73%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +38%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +42%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +6%
    Senator 2016: Szeliga +3%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2016: Clinton +90%
    President 2008: Obama +92%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +89%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +11%


    District 19:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Senator 2016: Van Hollen +21%


    Maryland is one of the most democratic states in the country, and is home to some of the districts most firmly in the hands of Democrats in the country.

    The 1st and 2nd divides the Eastern Shore of Maryland, with the 1st occupied the south and the 2nd the north. The 3rd starts north-east of the Baltimore suburbs and goes north across the border with the 2nd district. The 4th and 5th divides the city of Baltimore, with the 5th occupying the northern part of the city, and the 4th occupying the southern part, in addition to Dundalk.

    The 6th is north of Baltimore, including Cockeysville, Parkville and Towson. The 7th is west of Baltimore, including Pikesville, Milfold Hill and Woodlawn. The 8th is in the north of the state, west of the 3rd, covering Westiminster to the north and going south, to the north of Columbia. The 9th covers the Maryland panhandle.

    The 10th covers Frederick and Germantown. The 11th covers Gaithersburg, Rockville and North Potomac. The 12th starts in the north of the 11th, in Laytonsville and Brookeville, and then goes south, in North Bethesda and Bethesda. The 13th is in the suburbs of DC, occupying Silver Springs, Takoma Park, White Oak and Fairland. The 14th is east of the 13th, covering Greenbelt, College Park, East Riverdale, Landover and Seabrook.

    The 15th is north of the 14th, covering Columbia, Odenton and Crofton. The 16th is south of Baltimore, Glen Burnie and Severna Park. The 17th is in the suburbs of DC, bordering Alexandria, occupying Camp Springs, Suitland and Friendly. The 18th covers Annapolis, south of Anne Arundel County and all of Calvert County. The 19th is south of the 18th, bordering Virginia, occupying Waldorf and Fort Washington.

    District 1 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeannie Haddaway (R-Easton/Talbot), first elected in 2012

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Smigiel (R-Cecil), first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Kathy Szeliga (R-Kingsville/Baltimore), first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Kweisi Mfume (D-Baltimore), first elected in 1986

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Elijah Cummings (D-Baltimore), first elected in 1994, died in 2019
    Maya Rockeymoore Cummings (D-Baltimore), elected in 2019

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Cockeysville/Baltimore), first elected in 2002

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Pamela Beidle (D-Linthicum/Anne Arundel), first elected in 2008

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Allan Kittleman (R-West Friendship/Howard), first elected in 2010

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Christopher Shank (R-Hagerstown/Washington), first elected in 2004

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Aruna Miller (D-Germantown/Montgomery), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    John Delaney (D-Potomac/Montgomery), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018
    David Trone (D-Potomac/Montgomery), elected in 2018

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Nancy Floreen (D-Garrett Park/Montgomery), first elected in 2006

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Jamie Raskin (D-Takoma Park/Montgomery), first elected in 2016

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    Rushern Baker (D-Cheverly/Prince George's), first elected in 2014

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Ken Ulman (D-Columbia/Howard), first elected in 2012

    District 16 – Tossup in 2020
    Dan Bongino (R-Severna Park/Anne Arundel), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Mark Chang (D-Glen Burnie/Anne Arundel), elected in 2018

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Albert Wynn (D-Mitchellville/Prince George's), first elected in 1992

    District 18 – Likely D in 2020
    Anthony G. Brown (D-Bowie/Prince George's), first elected in 2016

    District 19 – Safe D in 2020
    Steny Hoyer (D-Mechanicsville/St. Mary's), first elected in 1980


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 180 x DEM 101
    2018 – GOP 160 x DEM 121 (D+20)
     
    Missouri (20 Districts)
  • Missouri:


    Missouri

    St. Louis

    Kansas City

    District 1:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +66%
    Governor 2016: Koster +62%
    Senator 2016: Kander +65%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+30
    President 2016: Clinton +60%
    President 2008: Obama +63%
    Governor 2016: Koster +63%
    Senator 2016: Kander +65%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2016: Koster +8%
    Senator 2016: Kander +12%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +16%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2016: Koster +15%
    Senator 2016: Kander +19%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +13%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +7%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +50%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +26%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +22%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +8%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +10%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +5%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +21%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +20%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +40%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +37%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +13%
    President 2008: McCain +3%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +3%

    Senator 2016: Kander +3.5%

    District 11:
    PVI – D+26
    President 2016: Clinton +56%
    President 2008: Obama +56%
    Governor 2016: Koster +56%
    Senator 2016: Kander +59%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +0.2%

    Senator 2016: Kander +4%

    District 13:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +6%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +11%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +7%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +44%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +23%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +21%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +1.5%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +6%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +4%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +24%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +26%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +55%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +35%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +34%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +19%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +19%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +45%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +44%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +52%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2016: Greitens +34%
    Senator 2016: Blunt +33%


    Missouri's 1st district occupies almost every city in St. Louis. The 2nd occupies the remainder of northern St. Louis, in addition to Florissant and Ferguson. The 3rd is south of St. Louis, occupying Bella Villa, Green Parks, Sunset Hills and Arnold. The 4th is west of St. Louis, covering Des Peres, University City, Chesterfield and Maryland Heights.

    The 5th is south of the 3rd and 4th, covering Ballwin and Wildwood to the north and Festus and Herculaneum to the south. The 6th is south of the 5th, covering the southeastern border of the state with Illinois. The 7th is north of the 4th and west of the 2nd, covering the city of O'Fallon. The 8th is west of the 7th and 5th.

    9th is in southeastern Missouri. The 10th occupies the north of Kansas City, in addition to Kearney, Smithville and Platte City to the north. The 11th occupies the central part of Kansas City. The 12th ranks south of Kansas City, as well as Lee's Summit and Blue Springs to the east.

    The 13th starts east of Kansas City, in Independence, in addition to a large strip towards the center of the state. The 14th district occupies the north of the state and the 15th district the northeast. The 16th is in the east-central part of the state, including Jefferson City. The 17th is in midwest Missouri. The 18th covers the city of Springfield. The 19th ranks southwest of Missouri, while the 20th ranks across the Kansas border south of the 12th.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Lacy Clay (D-St. Louis), first elected in 2000

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Clint Zweifel (D-Hazelwood/St. Louis), first elected in 2012

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Marsha Haefner (R-Oakville/St. Louis), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Steve Stenger (D-Affton/St. Louis), elected in 2018

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Jill Schupp (D-Creve Coeur/St. Louis), first elected in 2016

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Ann Wagner (R-Ballwin/St. Louis), first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Peter Kinder (R-Cape Girardeau), first elected in 2004

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Doug Funderburk (R-St. Peters/St. Charles), first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Curtman (R-Pacific/Franklin), first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Todd Richardson (R-Poplar Bluff/Butler), first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Likely R in 2020
    Kenneth Wilson (R-Smithville/Clay), first elected in 2016

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Emanuel Cleaver (D-Kansas City/Jackson), first elected in 2004

    District 12 – Likely R in 2020
    Mike Cierpiot (R-Blue Springs/Jackson), first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Denny Hoskins (R-Warrensburg/Johnson), first elected in 2012

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Sam Graves (R-Tarkio/Atchinson), first elected in 2000

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Kurt Schaefer (R-Columbia/Boone), first elected in 2014

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-St. Elizabeth/Miller), first elected in 2008

    District 17 – Safe R in 2020
    Sandy Crawford (R-Buffalo/Dallas), first elected in 2016

    District 18 – Safe R in 2020
    Billy Long (R-Springfield/Greene), first elected in 2010

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeffery Justus (R-Branson/Taney), first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Vicky Hartzler (R-Harrisonville/Cass), first elected in 2010


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 196 x DEM 105
    2018 – GOP 175 x DEM 126 (D+21)
     
    Tennessee (21 Districts)
  • Tennessee:


    Tennessee

    Memphis

    Nashville

    District 1:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2016: Clinton +78%
    President 2008: Obama +77%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +47%
    President 2008: Obama +44%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +30%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2016: Trump +41%
    President 2008: McCain +26%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +10%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +18%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +37%
    President 2008: McCain +32%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +8%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +59%
    President 2008: McCain +43%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +51%
    President 2008: McCain +38%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +60%
    President 2008: McCain +42%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +14%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+28
    President 2016: Trump +52%
    President 2008: McCain +43%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+30
    President 2016: Trump +59%
    President 2008: McCain +43%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +48%
    President 2008: McCain +29%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +50%
    President 2008: McCain +30%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +32%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +12%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +22%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +52%
    President 2008: McCain +28%



    Tennessee is a strongly republican state, with only 4 districts being represented by Democrats and with the other 17 districts being virtually unreachable for Democrats, with only a few exceptions.

    Tennessee's 1st and 2nd districts divide the city of Memphis, with the southern part in the 1st and the northern part in the 2nd. The 3rd is east of Memphis, covering Germantown, Eartlett and Arlington. The 4th covers the western border of the state.

    The 5th and 6th districts divide the city of Nashville in half, with the 5th covering the west and the 6th covering the east. The 7th is south of the 6th, covering Murfreesboro and Smyrna. The 8th is south of the 5th, covering Franklin, Lewisburg and Mount Pleasant.

    The 9th covers Chattanooga, with the 10th being to its east and north. The 11th is in the eastern tip of Tennessee. The 12th is west of the 11th, including Tusculum. The 13th focuses on Knoxville. The 14th is south of the 13th, covering Maryville and Sevierville. The 15th is north of the 13th, including Jefferson City. The 16th is west of the 15th and north of the 10th.

    The 17th extends from northern Chattanooga to the suburbs of Nashville. The 18th covers the area north of Nashville, including Hendersonville. The 19th is west of the 18th, including Clarksville. The 20th is in the south, east of the 4th, covering Jackson. The 21st district bypasses the 8th, going from the east of the 20th to the west of Chattanooga.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Steve Cohen (D-Memphis/Shelby) , first elected in 2006

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    A C Wharton (D-Memphis/Shelby) , first elected in 2010

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    David Kustoff (R-Germantown/Shelby) , first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Stephen Fincher (R-Alamo/Crockett) , first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Karl Dean (D-Nashville/Davidson) , first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Jim Cooper (D-Nashville/Davidson) , first elected in 1982

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Van Hilleary (R-Murfreesboro/Rutherford) , first elected in 1994

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Marsha Blackburn (R-Brentwood/Williamson) , first elected in 2002, retired in 2018 to run for senate
    Rick Tillis (R-Lewisburg/Marshall) , elected in 2018

    District 9 – Likely R in 2020
    Chuck Fleischmann (R-Ooltewah/Hamilton) , first elected in 2010

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Jimmy Matlock (R-Loudon) , first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Phil Roe (R-Johnson City/Washington) , first elected in 2008

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Southerland (R-Morristown/Hamblen) , first elected in 2010

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Jimmy Duncan (R-Knoxville/Knox) , first elected in 1986, retired in 2018
    Tim Burchett (R-Knoxville/Knox) , elected in 2018

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Frank Niceley (R-Strawberry Plains/Jefferson) , first elected in 2004

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Dennis Roach (R-Rutledge/Grainger) , first elected in 2006

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge/Roane) , first elected in 1994

    District 17 – Safe R in 2020
    Mae Beavers (R-Mount Juliet/Wilson) , first elected in 2004

    District 18 – Safe R in 2020
    Diane Black (R-Gallatin/Sumner) , first elected in 2010, retired in 2018
    Mark Green (R-Ashland City/Cheatham) , elected in 2018

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    John Stevens (R-Huntingdon/Carroll) , first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Kirk Haston (R-Lobelville/Perry) , first elected in 2016

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Scott DesJarlais (R-South Pittsburg/Marion) , first elected in 2010


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 213 x DEM 109
    2018 – GOP 192 x DEM 130 (D+21)
     
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    Arizona (21 Districts)
  • Arizona:


    Arizona

    Phoenix

    Tucson

    District 1:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +32%
    Senator 2018: McSally +17%
    Senator 2016: McCain +20%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +7%

    President 2008: McCain +0.3%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +7%

    Senator 2018: Sinema +7%
    Senator 2016: McCain +2%

    District 3:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +23%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +15%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +27%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +12%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +2%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +14%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +2%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +15%
    Senator 2018: McSally +6%
    Senator 2016: McCain +14%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +34%
    Senator 2018: McSally +14%
    Senator 2016: McCain +24%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +21%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +28%
    Senator 2018: McSally +11%
    Senator 2016: McCain +28%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +17%
    Senator 2018: McSally +1.5%
    Senator 2016: McCain +24%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +34%
    Senator 2018: McSally +15%
    Senator 2016: McCain +30%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +9%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +27%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +1%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +21%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +38%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +16%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +15%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +33%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +7%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +50%
    President 2008: Obama +28%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +40%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +55%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +30%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +15%

    Senator 2018: Sinema +5%
    Senator 2016: McCain +16%

    District 15:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +10%

    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +0.2%

    Senator 2018: Sinema +20%
    Senator 2016: McCain +5%

    District 16:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +26%
    Senator 2018: McSally +8%
    Senator 2016: McCain +29%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +31%
    Senator 2018: McSally +14%
    Senator 2016: McCain +31%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +20%
    Senator 2018: McSally +1%
    Senator 2016: McCain +18%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +43%
    Senator 2018: McSally +24%
    Senator 2016: McCain +33%


    District 20:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2018: Garcia +6%
    Senator 2018: Sinema +20%
    Senator 2016: Kirkpatrick +15%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Governor 2018: Ducey +47%
    Senator 2018: McSally +30%
    Senator 2016: McCain +33%



    The 1st District of Arizona covers the entire border with New Mexico, from the south to the north of the state. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th districts divide the city of Tucson. The 2nd covers the south of Tucson, in addition to Sahuarta, the 3rd covers the northeast of Tucson and the 4th covers the remaining west of the city, in addition to Oro Valley. The 5th covers the entire southwest of the state, including Yuma.

    The 6th district covers most of Pinal County, with the largest city being Casa Grande. The 7th covers the southern suburbs of Phoenix, as well as Mobile and Maricopa. The 8th covers Chandler and Gilbert. The 9th covers most of Mesa. The 10th covers Tempe and the rest of the western portion of Mesa.

    The 11th covers the south of the city of Phoenix. The 12th covers an eastern portion of Phoenix, in addition to the south of Scottsdale. The 13th covers the portion of Phoenix south of Glendale, in addition to Tolleson. The 14th covers Glendale and the south of the city of Peoria. The 15th covers the center of Phoenix, as well as Paradise Valley. The 16th covers northern Scottsdale, as well as a portion of Phoenix.

    The 17th covers the north of Phoenix. The 18th covers the western suburbs of Phoenix, including Litchfield Park and the south of Surprise and Sun City. The 19th covers the north of Peoria, Surprise and Sun City, going as far north as Prescott. The 20th district covers a large central part of Arizona, starting in Prescott Valley in the west, going south from Flagstaff to the north. The 21st district covers the entire northern part of Arizona.


    District 1 – Safe R in 2020
    David Gowan (R-Sierra Vista/Cochise), first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Lean D in 2020
    Martha McSally (R-Tucson/Pima), first elected in 2014, retired in 2018 to run for senate
    Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Tucson/Pima), elected in 2018

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Randall Friese (D-Tucson/Pima), first elected in 2016

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Raúl Grijalva (D-Tucson/Pima), first elected in 2002

    District 5 – Likely R in 2020
    Douglas J. Nicholls (R-Yuma), first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Babeu (R-Casa Grande/Pinal), first elected in 2012

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Smith (R-Maricopa/Pinal), first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Andy Biggs (R-Gilbert/Maricopa), first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Dave Farnsworth (R-Mesa/Maricopa) , first elected in 2006

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Juan Mendez (D-Temple/Maricopa), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Ruben Gallego (D-Phoenix/Maricopa), first elected in 2014

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Kyrsten Sinema (D-Phoenix/Maricopa), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for senate
    Greg Stanton (D-Phoenix/Maricopa), elected in 2018

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Katie Hobbs (D-Phoenix/Maricopa), first elected in 2014

    District 14 – Lean R in 2020
    Trent Franks (R-Glendale/Maricopa), first elected in 2002, retired in 2017
    Debbie Lesko (R-Peoria/Maricopa), elected in 2018, special

    District 15 – Lean D in 2020
    Kimberly Yee (R-Phoenix/Maricopa), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Brianna Westbrook (D-Phoenix/Maricopa), elected in 2018

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    David Schweikert (R-Fountain Hills/Maricopa), first elected in 2010

    District 17 – Safe R in 2020
    Kate Brophy McGee (R-Phoenix/Maricopa), first elected in 2014

    District 18 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Montenegro (R-Litchfield Park/Maricopa), first elected in 2014

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Gosar (R-Prescott/Yavapai), first elected in 2010

    District 20 – Likely D in 2020
    Joe Shirley Jr. (D-Chinle/Apache), first elected in 2012

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Sonny Borrelli (R-Lake Havasu City/Mohave), first elected in 2016



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 227 x DEM 116
    2018 – GOP 204 x DEM 139 (D+23)
     
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    Indiana (21 Districts)
  • Indiana:


    Indiana

    Indianapolis

    North Indiana

    District 1:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +8%

    District 2:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2008: Obama +32%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+16
    President 2008: Obama +37%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2008: McCain +22%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 8:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2008: Obama +4%

    District 9:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2008: McCain +3%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2008: McCain +8%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2008: McCain +15%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2008: McCain +13%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2008: Obama +17%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2008: Obama +41%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 16:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +13%

    District 17:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2008: McCain +19%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 19:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2008: McCain +20%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2008: McCain +13%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2008: Obama +12%


    The 1st, 2nd and 3rd districts of Indiana divide the city of Indianapolis. The 1st occupies the southeast of the city, the 3rd the northeast and the 2nd the west. The 4th is north of Indianapolis, including Fishers and Lebanon. The 5th is west of Indianapolis, including Plainfield.

    The 6th is south of Indianapolis, including Columbus and Franklin. The 7th is south of the 5th, including Bloomington. The 8th is west of the 3rd and 4th, including Anderson and Muncie. The 9th is southwest of Indiana, covering Evansville. The 10th is south of the state, bordering Kentucky. The 11th is on the southeastern border of Indiana, with Louisville and the suburbs of Cincinnati.

    The 12th is in east central Indiana, bordering Ohio. The 13th covers Hammond and the 14th covers Gary. The 15th is southeast of the 12th and 13th. The 16th covers South Bend. The 17th is east of the 16th, including Goshen and Elkhart. The 18th covers Fort Wayne.

    The 19th is in the center between the 17th and 18th. The 20th is in the center of the state, including Kokomo. The 21st covers Lafayette, Terre Haute and Vigo County.


    District 1 – Lean D in 2020
    Greg Ballard (R-Indianapolis/Marion), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Joe Hogsett (D-Indianapolis/Marion), elected in 2018

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    André Carson (D-Indianapolis/Marion), first elected in 2008, special

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Jean Breaux (D-Indianapolis/Marion), first elected in 2010

    District 4 – Safe R in 2020
    Susan Brooks (R-Carmel/Hamilton), first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Todd Rokita (R-Brownsburg/Hendricks), first elected in 2010, retired in 2018 to run for senate
    Jim Baird (R-Greencastle/Putnam), elected in 2018

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Luke Messer (R-Shelbyville/Shelby), first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for senate
    Greg Pence (R-Columbus/Bartolomeu), elected in 2018

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Becky Skillman (R-Bedford/Lawrence), first elected in 1998

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Bob Cherry (R-Greenfield/Hancock), first elected in 2006

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Larry Bucshon (R-Newburgh/Warrick), first elected in 2010

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Sue Ellspermann (R-Ferdinand/Dubois), first elected in 2014

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Trey Hollingsworth (R-Jeffersonville/Clark), first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeff Raatz (R-Centerville/Wayne), first elected in 2016

    District 13 – Likely D in 2020
    Thomas McDermott (D-Hammond/Lake), first elected in 2008

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    Pete Visclosky (D-Merrillville/Lake), first elected in 1984

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Brandt Hershman (R-Wheatfield/Jasper), first elected in 2010

    District 16 – Tossup in 2020
    Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen/Marshall), first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Pete Buttigieg (D-South Bend/St. Joseph), elected in 2018

    District 17 – Safe R in 2020
    Jackie Walorski (R-Jimtown/Elkhart), first elected in 2012

    District 18 – Likely R in 2020
    Liz Brown (R-Fort Wayne/Allen), first elected in 2012

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Banks (R-Columbia City/Whitley), first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    James R. Buck (R-Kokomo/Howard), first elected in 2004

    District 21 – Likely R in 2020
    Ronnie Alting (R-Lafayette/Tippecanoe), first elected in 2006


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 244 x DEM 120
    2018 – GOP 219
    x DEM 145 (D+25)
     
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    Massachusetts (21 Districts)
  • Massachusetts:


    Massachusetts

    Boston

    District 1:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +1.5%

    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 3:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +34%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +11%
    President 2008: Obama +11%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +28%
    President 2008: Obama +20%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +60%
    President 2008: Obama +50%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +63%
    President 2008: Obama +57%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+32
    President 2016: Clinton +71%
    President 2008: Obama +63%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +29%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +37%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +32%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +21%
    President 2008: Obama +12%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +16%
    President 2008: Obama +13%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +21%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +37%
    President 2008: Obama +46%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +9%

    District 19:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +23%


    District 20:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 21:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +23%


    Massachusetts is one of the most democratic states in the nation, with 18 of the 20 districts having a Democratic PVI.

    The 1st District occupies the counties of Duke, Nantucket and Barnstable, as well as the south of the county of Plymouth, up to the height of the city of Plymouth. The 2nd occupies most of Plymouth County. The 3rd occupies the south of Bristol County, including the city of New Bedford.

    The 4th occupies the north of Bristol County and the south of Norfolk. The 5th district covers the city of Brockton. The 6th covers the north of Quincy, Milton and the south of the city of Boston. The 7th occupies most of the city of Boston. The 8th covers a small portion of western Boston, plus Newton, Brookline and Cambridge. The 9th starts in the north of Boston, including a small region of the city, and goes to Salem.

    The 10th occupies a small part of Boston, Charlestown, as well as Somerville, Medford, Everett, Maldem and Melrose. The 11th is west of the 10th, including Lexington and Waltham. The 12th is north of the 4th, including Norwood, Milford and Needham. The 13th is north of the 11th, 10th and 9th districts, including Lawrence and Methuen. The 14th occupies northeast Massachusetts.

    The 15th is west of the 13th, including Lowell. The 16th occupies the entire west of the state. The 17th focuses on Springfield. The 18 ° occupies the central-southern part of the state. The 19th is north of the 12th, including Framingham. The 20th occupies northern Massachusetts. The 21st focuses on Worcester.

    District 1 – Likely D in 2020
    Bill Keating (D-Bourne/Barnstable) , first elected in 2010

    District 2 – Tossup in 2020
    Keiko Orrall (R-Lakeville/Plymouth) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Josh S. Cutler (D-Duxbury/Plymouth) , elected in 2018

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Patricia Haddad (D-Somerset/Bristol) , first elected in 2006

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton/Bristol) , first elected in 1996

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Michael D. Brady (D-Brockton/Plymouth) , first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Stephen F. Lynch (D-Boston/Suffolk) , first elected in 2000

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop/Suffolk) , first elected in 2002

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Joe Kennedy III (D-Newton/Middlesex) , first elected in 2012

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Seth Moulton (D-Salem/Essex) , first elected in 2014

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Mike Capuano (D-Somerville/Middlesex) , first elected in 1998

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Thomas M. Stanley (D-Waltham/Middlesex) , first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Likely D in 2020
    Jay Gonzalez (D-Needham/Norfolk) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Likely D in 2020
    Barbara L'Italien (D-Andover/Essex) , first elected in 2008

    District 14 – Likely D in 2020
    Jerry Parisella (D-Beverly/Essex) , first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Niki Tsongas (D-Lowell/Middlesex) , first elected in 2004, retired in 2018
    Lori Trahan (D-Westford/Middlesex) , elected in 2018

    District 16 – Safe D in 2020
    Benjamin Downing (D-Pittsfield/Berkshire) , first elected in 2012

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Richard Neal (D-Springfield/Hampden) , first elected in 1988

    District 18 – Tossup in 2020
    Ryan Fattman (R-Webster/Worcester) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Joseph D. Early Jr. (D-Oxford/Worcester) , elected in 2018

    District 19 – Safe D in 2020
    Yvonne M. Spicer (D-Framingham/Middlesex) , first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Likely D in 2020
    Jonathan Zlotnik (D-Gardner/Worcester) , first elected in 2016

    District 21 – Safe D in 2020
    Jim McGovern (D-Worcester) , first elected in 1996


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 246 x DEM 139
    2018 – GOP 219 x DEM 166 (D+27)
     
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    Washington (22 Districts)
  • Washington:


    Washington

    Seattle

    Vancouver

    Spokane

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

    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +3%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +0.1%
    Senator 2016: Murray +6%


    District 2:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +14%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +10%
    Senator 2016: Vance +6%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +6%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +13%
    Senator 2016: Murray +14%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +23%
    President 2008: Obama +24%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +15%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +23%
    Senator 2016: Murray +24%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +4%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +10%
    Senator 2016: Murray +14%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +8%

    Governor 2016: Bryant +4%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +0.2%

    Senator 2016: Murray +7%

    District 7:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +5%

    President 2008: Obama +2%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +13%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +6%
    Senator 2016: Vance +2%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +15%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +24%
    Senator 2016: Murray +25%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +21%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +33%
    Senator 2016: Murray +32%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+37
    President 2016: Clinton +76%
    President 2008: Obama +70%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +66%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +76%
    Senator 2016: Murray +74%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2016: Clinton +78%
    President 2008: Obama +70%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +64%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +76%
    Senator 2016: Murray +72%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +44%
    President 2008: Obama +38%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +30%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +42%
    Senator 2016: Murray +40%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +44%
    President 2008: Obama +30%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +23%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +40%
    Senator 2016: Murray +35%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +10%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +24%
    Senator 2016: Murray +22%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +13%

    Governor 2016: Bryant +3%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +10%
    Senator 2016: Murray +9%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +13%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +15%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +9%
    Senator 2016: Vance +6%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +5%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +15%
    Senator 2016: Murray +11%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +10%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +15%
    Senator 2016: Murray +17%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +21%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +20%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +23%
    Senator 2016: Vance +12%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +16%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +11%
    Senator 2016: Vance +6%


    District 21:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2016: Inslee +3%
    Senator 2018: Cantwell +10%
    Senator 2016: Murray +9%


    District 22:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +21%
    Governor 2016: Bryant +30%
    Senator 2018: Hutchison +27%
    Senator 2016: Vance +23%




    Oregon's 1st district occupies all of western Washington. The 2nd occupies a large central part of the state, including Omak. The 3rd covers Bremerton, Coupeville and Oak Harbor. The 4th covers Tacoma. The 5th covers Olympia, the state capital.

    The 6th is north of the 5th, including Eatonville and Graham. The 7th is north of the 6th, including Puyallup and South Hill. The 8th covers Kent, Des Moines, Federal Way and Auburn. The 9th covers Renton and Burien. The 10th and 11th divide the city of Seattle, with the 10th to the south and the 11th to the north.

    The 12th is north of Seattle, covering Shoreline, Edmonds and Lynnwood. The 13th covers Bellevue and Redmond. The 14th covers Bothell and Cottage Lake to the south, up to Everett to the north. The 15th is east of the 13th and 14th.

    The 16th is south of Washington. The 17th covers Vancouver. The 18th is northwest of the state, including Bellingham. The 19th covers Yakima, Sunnyside and Prosser. The 20th covers the southeast of Washington, and the 22nd covers the northeast. The 21st district covers Spokane.


    District 1 – Tossup in 2020
    Drew C. MacEwen (R-Union/Mason) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Kevin Van De Wege (D-Sequim/Clallam) , elected in 2018

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Doug Ericksen (R-Ferndale/Whatcom) , first elected in 2004

    District 3 – Likely D in 2020
    Frank Chopp (D-Bremerton/Kitsap) , first elected in 2006

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Derek Kilmer (D-Artondale/Pierre) , first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Likely D in 2020
    Denny Heck (D-Olympia/Thurston) , first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Dick Muri (R-Steilacoom/Pierce) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Christine Kilduff (D-University Place/Pierce) , elected in 2018

    District 7 – Lean R in 2020
    Hans Zeiger (R-Puyallup/Pierce) , first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Karen Keiser (D-Des Moines/King) , first elected in 2004

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Kim Schrier (D-Issaquah/King) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Ron Sims (D-Seattle/King) , first elected in 2006

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Pramila Jayapal (D-Seattle/King) , first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Marko Liias (D-Mukilteo/Snohomish) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Adam Smith (D-Bellevue/King) , first elected in 1996

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    June Robinson (D-Everett/Snohomish) , first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Likely D in 2020
    Rick Larsen (D-Lake Stevens/Snohomish) , first elected in 2000

    District 16 – Likely R in 2020
    Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Camas/Clark) , first elected in 2010

    District 17 – Lean D in 2020
    Craig Pridemore (D-Vancouver/Clark) , first elected in 2008

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Kevin Ranker (D-Orcas Island/San Juan) , first elected in 2014

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Dan Newhouse (R-Sunnyside/Yakima) , first elected in 2014

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Clint Didier (R-Connell/Franklin) , first elected in 2012

    District 21 – Likely D in 2020
    Mary Verner (D-Spokane) , first elected in 2012

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Colville/Stevens) , first elected in 2004


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 254 x DEM 153
    2018 – GOP 225
    x DEM 182 (D+29)
     
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