1000 Congressional Districts

Virginia (26 Districts)
  • Virginia:


    Virginia

    Arlington/Alexandria/DC

    Virginia Beach

    Richmond

    District 1:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2017: Northam +20%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +29%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2017: Northam +27%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +44%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +14%
    Governor 2017: Northam +27%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +37%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +44%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2017: Northam +45%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +50%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +59%
    President 2008: Obama +44%
    Governor 2017: Northam +60%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +65%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +35%
    Governor 2017: Northam +46%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +54%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +22%
    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Governor 2017: Northam +24%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +33%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +7%

    Senator 2018: Kaine +2%

    District 9:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +14%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +7%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +29%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +27%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +20%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +23%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +16%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +8%
    President 2008: McCain +4%

    Governor 2017: Northam +1%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +10%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +36%
    President 2008: Obama +38%
    Governor 2017: Northam +42%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +46%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2017: Northam +9%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +13%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Governor 2017: Northam +22%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +28%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +26%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +18%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2017: Northam +5%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +12%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +16%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Governor 2017: Northam +20%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +25%


    District 19:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +4%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2017: Northam +9%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +16%


    District 20:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +58%
    President 2008: Obama +55%
    Governor 2017: Northam +60%
    Senator 2018: Kaine +66%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +2%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +0.1%

    Senator 2018: Kaine +8%

    District 22:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +32%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +26%

    District 23:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +2%

    Senator 2018: Kaine +9%

    District 24:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +8%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +14%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +8%


    District 25:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +25%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +18%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+27
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Governor 2017: Gillespie +54%
    Senator 2018: Stewart +45%



    The 1st District covers practically the entire county of Loudoun. The 2nd district covers the city of Reston. The 3rd covers Manassas, Fairfax and Centerville. The 4th covers McLean and Springfield. The 5th covers Arlington and most of Alexandria. The 6th covers the remainder of Alexandria, in addition to Groveton. The 7th covers Dale City, Burke and Triangle.

    The 8th is south of the 6th and 7th, including Fredericksburg. The 9th covers the south of the 1st district, including Winchester. The 10th is south of the 9th, including Culpeper and Harrisonburg. The 11th is east of the 8th.

    The 12th covers Virginia Beach. The 13th district covers Norfolk. The 14th covers Chesapeake. The 15th is west of the 13th and 14th. The 16th and 17th are south of central Virginia. The 18th covers the Eastern Shore of Virginia, in addition to Hampton and Newport News. The 19th is south of the 10th, including Charlottesville.

    The 20th covers the city of Richmond. The 21st occupies the central part of the state of Virginia. The 22nd is west of the state, including Covington and Lynchburg. The 23rd is west of Richmond and the 20th. The 24th covers Roanoke. The 25th is west of the 24th district. The 26th covers the far west of Virginia.

    District 1 – Likely D in 2020
    Jennifer Wexton (D-Leesburg/Loudoun) , first elected in 2016

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Chuck Caputo (D-Chantilly/Fairfax) , first elected in 2008

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Chap Petersen (D-Fairfax) , first elected in 2012

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Dick Saslaw (D-Springfield/Fairfax) , first elected in 1992

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Don Beyer (D-Alexandria) , first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark Sickles (D-Franconia/Fairfax) , first elected in 2010

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Hala Ayala (D-Lake Ridge/Prince William) , first elected in 2016

    District 8 – Likely R in 2020
    Bryce Reeves (R-Fredericksburg) , first elected in 2014

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Michael Webert (R-Fauquier) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Nick Freitas (R-Culpeper) , first elected in 2016

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Rob Wittman (R-Montross/Westmoreland) , first elected in 2007

    District 12 – Lean R in 2020
    Scott Taylor (R-Virginia Beach) , first elected in 2016

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Kenny Alexander (D-Norfolk) , first elected in 2012

    District 14 – Lean D in 2020
    Randy Forbes (R-Chesapeake) , first elected in 2000, retired in 2018
    Cliff Hayes Jr. (D-Chesapeake) , elected in 2018

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Bobby Scott (D-Newport News) , first elected in 1992

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Robert Hurt (R-Chatham/Pittsylvania) , first elected in 2010

    District 17 – Lean D in 2020
    Tommy Norment (R-James City) , first elected in 2000, retired in 2018
    Monty Mason (D-Williamsburg) , elected in 2018

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Mamie Locke (D-Hampton) , first elected in 2006

    District 19 – Lean D in 2020
    Emmett Hanger (R-Augusta) , first elected in 1992, defeated in 2018
    Tom Perriello (D-Ivy/Albemarle) , elected in 2018

    District 20 – Safe D in 2020
    Dwight Clinton Jones (D-Richmond) , first elected in 2014

    District 21 – Tossup in 2020
    Tom Garrett (R-Scottsville/Albemarle) , first elected in 2014

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Ben Cline (R-Rockbridge) , first elected in 2014

    District 23 – Tossup in 2020
    Dave Brat (R-Glen Allen/Henrico) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Abigail Spanberger (D-Glen Allen/Henrico) , elected in 2018

    District 24 – Likely R in 2020
    Bob Goodlatte (R-Roanoke) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
    Joseph McNamara (R-Salem) , elected in 2018

    District 25 – Safe R in 2020
    C. W. Carrico Sr. (R-Grayson) , first elected in 2010

    District 26 – Safe R in 2020
    Terry Kilgore (R-Scott) , first elected in 2002


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 269 x DEM 164
    2018 – GOP 236 x DEM 197 (D+33)
     
    New Jersey (29 Districts)
  • New Jersey:


    New Jersey

    Newark and Jersey City

    District 1:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2008: Obama +60%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2008: Obama +36%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2008: Obama +34%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+41
    President 2008: Obama +81%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +8%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2008: Obama +33%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2008: Obama +30%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+35
    President 2008: Obama +67%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2008: McCain +10%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +10%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2008: McCain +18%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: McCain +5%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2008: McCain +10%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +8%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2008: Obama +28%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2008: Obama +0.1%

    District 19:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2008: Obama +40%


    District 20:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2008: Obama +18%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +2%

    District 22:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 23:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +15%


    District 24:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2008: Obama +12%


    District 25:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2008: Obama +40%


    District 26:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 27:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 28:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2008: McCain +17%


    District 29:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +15%



    The 1st district covers Jersey City and southern Hoboken. The 2nd covers North Hoboken, as well as Union City, West New York, Cliffside Park and Fort Lee. The 3rd covers Bayonne and Elizabeth. The 4th covers Newark. The 5th covers from the north of Newark to Hackensack in the north. The 6th covers northeast New Jersey, including Bergenfield, Englewood and Paramus.

    The 7th covers the city of Paterson. The 8th covers Bloomfield, Montclair and Clifton. The 9th is west of Newark, including East Orange and Irvington. The 10th is to the north, between the 6th and the 12th. The 11th covers Livingston and Plainfield. The 12th covers northwestern New Jersey.

    The 13th is south of the 10th. The 14th is south of the 13th district. The 15th covers Woodbridge, Perth Amboy and Sayreville. The 16th is south of the 15th and 17th, including Old Bridge. The 17th covers New Brunswick, East Brunswick and Piscataway. The 18th is south of the 12th and 14th. The 19th covers Trenton.

    The 20th is north of the 27th. The 21st covers Middletown and Long Branch. The 22nd covers southern New Jersey. The 23rd covers Atlantic City and Winslow. The 24th covers Glassboro and Deptford. The 25th covers the state border with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The 26th district surrounds the 25th.

    The 27th district is in the center of the state, in the north of the 23rd. The 28th covers the central coast of New Jersey, including the Toms River and Brick Township. The 29th runs from Marlboro north to south in Lakewood.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Jerramiah Healy (D-Jersey City/Hudson) , first elected in 2012

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Albio Sires (D-West New York/Hudson) , first elected in 2004

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Raymond Lesniak (D-Elizabeth/Union) , first elected in 1990

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Donald Payne Jr. (D-Newark/Essex) , first elected in 2012, special

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Paul Sarlo (D-Wood-Ridge/Bergen) , first elected in 2006

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Holly Schepisi (R-River Vale/Bergen) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Joseph Lagana (D-Paramus/Bergen) , elected in 2018

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Bill Pascrell (D-Paterson/Passaic) , first elected in 1996

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Barbara Buono (D-Nutley/Essex) , first elected in 2004

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Sheila Oliver (D-East Orange/Essex) , first elected in 2012

    District 10 – Tossup in 2020
    Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff/Bergen) , first elected in 2016

    District 11 – Likely D in 2020
    Mary Jo Codey (D-Roseland/Essex) , first elected in 2010

    District 12 – Likely R in 2020
    Scott Garrett (R-Wantage/Sussex) , first elected in 2002

    District 13 – Tossup in 2020
    BettyLou DeCroce (R-Parsippany-Troy Hills/Morris) , first elected in 2014

    District 14 – Lean R in 2020
    Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-Harding Township/Morris) , first elected in 1994, retired in 2018
    Mary Pat Christie (R-Mendham/Morris) , elected in 2018

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    John Wisniewski (D-Sayreville/Middlesex) , first elected in 2006

    District 16 – Lean D in 2020
    Sam Thompson (R-Old Bridge Township/Middlesex) , first elected in 1998, retired in 2018
    Linda Greenstein (D-Plainsboro Township/Middlesex) , elected in 2018

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Patrick Diegnan (D-South Plainfield/Middlesex) , first elected in 2008

    District 18 – Tossup in 2020
    Leonard Lance (R-Clinton Township/Hunterdon) , first elected in 2008, defeated in 2018
    Tom Malinowski (D-East Amwell Township/Hunterdon) , elected in 2018

    District 19 – Safe D in 2020
    Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-Ewing Township/Mercer) , first elected in 2014

    District 20 – Likely D in 2020
    Andy Kim (D-Bordentown/Burlington) , first elected in 2016

    District 21 – Lean D in 2020
    Frank Pallone (D-Long Branch/Monmouth) , first elected in 1986

    District 22 – Tossup in 2020
    Nicholas Asselta (R-Vineland/Cumberland) , first elected in 2000, defeated in 2018
    Jeff Van Drew (D-Dennis Township/Cape May) , elected in 2018

    District 23 – Lean D in 2020
    Frank LoBiondo (R-Ventnor City/Atlantic) , first elected in 1994, retired in 2018
    Amy Kennedy (D-Absecon/Atlantic) , elected in 2018

    District 24 – Lean D in 2020
    Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford Township/Gloucester) , first elected in 2012

    District 25 – Safe D in 2020
    Donald Norcross (D-Camden) , first elected in 2014, special

    District 26 – Safe D in 2020
    James Beach (D-Voorhees Township/Camden) , first elected in 2008

    District 27 – Lean R in 2020
    Diane Allen (R-Edgewater Park/Burlington) , first elected in 2002

    District 28 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom MacArthur (R-Toms River/Ocean) , first elected in 2014

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Robert W. Singer (R-Lakewood Township/Ocean) , first elected in 1996


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 280 x DEM 182
    2018 – GOP 242 x DEM 220 (D+38)
     
    North Carolina (31 Districts)
  • North Carolina:


    North Carolina

    Charlotte

    Raleigh and Durham

    Greensboro and Winston-Salem

    District 1:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +26%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +32%
    Senator 2016: Ross +25%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +17%
    Senator 2016: Ross +8%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +37%
    President 2008: Obama +36%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +39%
    Senator 2016: Ross +33%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +20%
    Senator 2016: Ross +15%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +28%
    Senator 2016: Ross +18%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +19%
    Senator 2016: Ross +9%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +35%
    Senator 2016: Ross +28%


    District 8:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +13%
    Senator 2016: Burr +22%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +15%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +19%
    Senator 2016: Ross +9%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +48%
    President 2008: McCain +32%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +37%
    Senator 2016: Burr +47%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +46%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +53%
    Senator 2016: Ross +49%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +11%
    Senator 2016: Burr +18%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +3%
    Senator 2016: Ross +1.5%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +23%
    Senator 2016: Burr +24%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +8%
    Senator 2016: Ross +5%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +25%
    Senator 2016: Burr +27%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +21%
    Senator 2016: Burr +24%


    District 18:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +13%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +6%
    Senator 2016: Burr +15%


    District 19:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +17%
    Senator 2016: Burr +26%


    District 20:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +5%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +12%
    Senator 2016: Ross +5%


    District 21:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +4%
    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +7%
    Senator 2016: Ross +3%


    District 22:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +26%
    Senator 2016: Burr +33%


    District 23:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: Obama +19%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +16%
    Senator 2016: Ross +16%


    District 24:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +26%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +33%
    Senator 2016: Burr +37%


    District 25:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +30%
    Senator 2016: Burr +35%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +19%
    Senator 2016: Burr +23%


    District 27:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +28%
    Senator 2016: Burr +34%


    District 28:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +34%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +29%
    Senator 2016: Burr +33%


    District 29:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2016: Cooper +5%

    Senator 2016: Burr +2%

    District 30:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +18%
    Senator 2016: Burr +20%


    District 31:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2016: McCrory +14%
    Senator 2016: Burr +16%


    The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Districts divide Charlotte, the largest city in the state. The 1st covers the west of the city, the 2nd covers the east and the 3rd covers the north of Charlotte, in addition to Huntersville. The 4th covers the eastern suburbs of Raleigh, including Garner, Knightdale and Wake Forest, as well as an eastern portion of Raleigh. The 5th covers the state capital, Raleigh. The 6th is west of Raleigh, including Cary.

    The 7th covers Greensboro. The 8th focuses on High Point and Lexington. The 9th covers Winston-Salem. The 10th covers northwestern North Carolina. The 11th covers Durham. The 12th covers Burlington, in addition to the region north of the 7th.

    The 13th covers northeastern North Carolina. The 14th covers the east of the state, south of the 13th. The 15th covers Greenville and Wilson. The 16th is south of the 14th, including Jacksonville and Burgaw. The 17th covers Goldsboro. The 18th occupies the southeastern tip of the state, including Wilmington.

    The 19th is in the far west of North Carolina. The 20th covers Hendersonville and Asheville. The 21st covers the region north of Raleigh and Durham, Henderson and Rocky Mount. The 22nd covers Morganton and Lenoir. The 23rd covers Fayetteville. The 24th district is south of the 22nd.

    The 25th district is to the east of the 24th, including Gastonia. The 26th is east of Charlotte, from Monroe to Laurinburg. The 27th covers Statesville, Mooresville and Salisbury. The 28th district is north of the 26th, including Kannapolis.

    The 29th district occupies the central part of North Carolina. The 30th district begins west of the 18th, and runs to the north of Fayetteville. The 31st district runs from Lumberton, through Southern Pines and south to Lexington, on the 8th.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Alma Adams (D-Charlotte/Mecklenburg) , first elected in 2014, special

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Dan Clodfelter (D-Charlotte/Mecklenburg) , first elected in 2016

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Anthony Foxx (D-Charlotte/Mecklenburg) , first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Brad Miller (D-Raleigh/Wake) , first elected in 2002

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Nancy McFarlane (D-Raleigh/Wake) , first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Dan Blue (D-Raleigh/Wake) , first elected in 1990

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Erskine Bowles (D-Greensboro/Guilford) , first elected in 1998

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    James Cain (R-High Point/Guilford) , first elected in 2010

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    James Allen Joines (D-Winston-Salem/Forsyth) , first elected in 2008

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Sarah Stevens (R-Mount Airy/Surry) , first elected in 2012

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Bill Bell (D-Durham) , first elected in 2010

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Phil Berger (R-Eden/Rockingham) , first elected in 2006

    District 13 – Tossup in 2020
    Ed Goodwin (R-Edenton/Chowan) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Erica D. Smith (D-Henrico/Northampton) , elected in 2018

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Michael Speciale (R-New Bern/Craven) , first elected in 2012

    District 15 – Likely D in 2020
    G. K. Butterfield (D-Wilson) , first elected in 2002

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    George G. Cleveland (R-Jacksonville/Onslow) , first elected in 2010

    District 17 – Safe R in 2020
    John Bell (R-Goldsboro/Wayne) , first elected in 2016

    District 18 – Likely R in 2020
    David Rouzer (R-Wilmington/New Hanover) , first elected in 2014

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Mark Meadows (R-Cashiers/Jackson) , first elected in 2012

    District 20 – Lean D in 2020
    Heath Shuler (D-Biltmore Forest/Buncombe) , first elected in 2006

    District 21 – Lean D in 2020
    Larry Yarborough (R-Roxboro/Person) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Terry Garrison (D-Henderson/Vance) , elected in 2018

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Virginia Foxx (R-Banner Elk/Avery) , first elected in 2004

    District 23 – Safe D in 2020
    Patricia Timmons-Goodson (D-Fayetteville/Cumberland) , first elected in 2012

    District 24 – Safe R in 2020
    Patrick McHenry (R-Cherryville/Gaston) , first elected in 2004

    District 25 – Safe R in 2020
    Cherie Berry (R-Newton/Catawba) , first elected in 2006

    District 26 – Safe R in 2020
    Tommy Tucker (R-Waxhaw/Union) , first elected in 2014

    District 27 – Safe R in 2020
    Ted Budd (R-Advance/Davie) , first elected in 2016

    District 28 – Safe R in 2020
    Richard Hudson (R-Concord/Cabarrus) , first elected in 2012

    District 29 – Tossup in 2020
    David Price (D-Chapel Hill/Orange) , first elected in 1986

    District 30 – Safe R in 2020
    Renee Ellmers (R-Dunn/Harnett) , first elected in 2010

    District 31 – Safe R in 2020
    Danny Britt (R-Lumberton/Robeson) , first elected in 2016


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 298 x DEM 195
    2018 – GOP 258 x DEM 235(D+40)
     
    Last edited:
    Georgia (32 Districts)
  • Georgia:


    Georgia

    Atlanta

    District 1:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +61%
    President 2008: Obama +58%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +64%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +39%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+42
    President 2016: Clinton +86%
    President 2008: Obama +84%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +89%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +76%


    District 3:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +3%
    President 2008: McCain +15%

    Governor 2018: Abrams +0.5%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +24%

    District 4:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +22%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +6%


    District 5:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +10%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +18%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +3%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +20%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +39%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +59%
    President 2008: McCain +51%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +58%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +60%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +40%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +14%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+42
    President 2016: Clinton +85%
    President 2008: Obama +86%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +88%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +74%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +28%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +35%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +23%


    District 11:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +45%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +41%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +47%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2008: McCain +46%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +59%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +58%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +51%
    President 2008: Obama +42%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +58%
    Senator 2016: Barksdale +43%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +44%
    President 2008: McCain +40%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +43%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +47%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +12%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +25%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +15%

    President 2008: McCain +1.5%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +21%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +0.2%

    District 17:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +18%

    Governor 2018: Abrams +8%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +10%

    District 18:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: McCain +18%

    Governor 2018: Abrams +4%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +14%

    District 19:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +54%
    President 2008: McCain +56%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +52%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +60%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +58%
    President 2008: McCain +55%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +57%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +60%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +16%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +17%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +24%


    District 22:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +10%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +14%

    Senator 2016: Isakson +2%

    District 23:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +23%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +33%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +37%


    District 24:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +0.5%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +2%

    Senator 2016: Isakson +9%

    District 25:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +22%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +27%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +32%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +0.1%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +10%


    District 27:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Abrams +0.5%

    Senator 2016: Isakson +6%

    District 28:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +2%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +10%


    District 29:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +25%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +30%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +38%


    District 30:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +22%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +33%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +36%


    District 31:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +38%
    President 2008: McCain +28%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +39%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +41%


    District 32:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +34%
    President 2008: McCain +25%
    Governor 2018: Kemp +34%
    Senator 2016: Isakson +39%



    The 1st District is entirely within the city of Atlanta, covering most of it. The 2nd covers the rest of the western part of Atlanta, in addition to the south of Fulton County. The third covers the north of the county of Fulton, as well as a small portion of northern Atlanta. The 4th covers the west of the 2nd. The 5th covers Marietta, Smyrna and Kennesaw. The 6th is between the 5th and the 3rd, covering Woodstock and Holly Springs.

    The 7th covers Canton, Adairsville and Calhoun. The 8th covers the northern part of DeKalb County, including a portion of Atlanta. The 9th covers the central part of the county of DeKalb, including Decatur. The 10th starts in the south of the county of DeKalb, and goes to Monticello and Flovilla.

    The 11th is west of the 7th, including Rome. The 12th covers the northwest of the state. The 13th covers Stockbridge and Riverdale. The 14th is south of the 11th. The 15th is south of the 13th. The 16th covers Johns Creek. The 17th covers Snelville and Loganville. The 18th covers Lawrenceville and Buford.

    The 19th covers Northeast Georgia. The 20th is south of the 19th. The 21st district covers the south of the 19th and 20th. The 22nd covers Savannah. The 23rd is south of the 21st district. The 24th district covers Augusta.

    The 25th district is between the south of the 24th and the north of the 22nd. The 26th covers Columbus. The 27th district covers the southwestern border of Georgia. The 28th covers Macon. The 29th is in the central south of the state. The 30th, 31st and 32nd district covers southern Georgia.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    David Scott (D-Atlanta/Fulton) , first elected in 2002

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    John Lewis (D-Atlanta/Fulton) , first elected in 1986, died in 2020

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Tom Price (R-Roswell/Fulton) , first elected in 2004, retired in 2017
    Karen Handel (R-Roswell/Fulton) , elected in 2017

    District 4 – Likely D in 2020
    Erica Thomas (D-Austell/Cobb) , first elected in 2016

    District 5 – Lean D in 2020
    Phil Gingrey (R-Marietta/Cobb) , first elected in 2002, defeated in 2018
    Lucy McBath (D-Marietta/Cobb) , elected in 2018

    District 6 – Safe R in 2020
    Charlice Byrd (R-Woodstock/Cherokee) , first elected in 2010

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Barry Loudermilk (R-Cassville/Bartow) , first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Jon Ossoff (D-Northlake/DeKalb) , first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Thurbert Baker (D-Stone Mountain/DeKalb) , first elected in 1996

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Hank Johnson (D-Lithonia/DeKalb) , first elected in 2006

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Chuck Hufstetler (R-Rome/Floyd) , first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe R in 2020
    Charlie Bethel (R-Dalton/Whitfield) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Valencia Seay (D-Riverdale/Clayton) , first elected in 2008

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Lynn Westmoreland (R-Grantville/Coweta) , first elected in 2004

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Brian Strickland (R-McDonough/Henry) , first elected in 2016

    District 16 – Lean D in 2020
    Rob Woodall (R-Peachtree Corners/Gwinnett) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Brenda Lopez Romero (D-Norcross/Gwinnett) , elected in 2018

    District 17 – Tossup in 2020
    Brett Harrell (R-Snellville/Gwinnett) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Shelly Hutchinson (D-Snellville/Gwinnett) , elected in 2018

    District 18 – Lean R in 2020
    P. K. Martin IV (R-Lawrenceville/Gwinnett) , first elected in 2016

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge/Fannin) , first elected in 2000

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Doug Collins (R-Gainesville/Hall) , first elected in 2012

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Broun (R-Athens/Clarke) , first elected in 2007

    District 22 – Likely D in 2020
    Jack Kingston (R-Savannah/Chatham) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
    Raphael Warnock (D-Savannah/Chatham) , elected in 2018

    District 23 – Safe R in 2020
    Jody Hice (R-Bethlehem/Barrow) , first elected in 2012

    District 24 – Likely D in 2020
    John Barrow (D-Augusta/Richmond) , first elected in 2004

    District 25 – Safe R in 2020
    Jon Burns (R-Newington/Screven) , first elected in 2014

    District 26 – Tossup in 2020
    Drew Ferguson (R-West Point/Troup) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Teresa Tomlinson (D-Columbus/Muscogee) , elected in 2018

    District 27 – Lean D in 2020
    Sanford Bishop (D--Albany/Dougherty) , first elected in 1992

    District 28 – Tossup in 2020
    Jim Marshall (D-Macon/Bibb) , first elected in 2002

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Ross Tolleson (R-Perry/Houston) , first elected in 2010

    District 30 – Safe R in 2020
    Austin Scott (R-Tifton/Tift) , first elected in 2010

    District 31 – Safe R in 2020
    C. Ellis Black (R-Valdosta/Lowndes) , first elected in 2016

    District 32 – Safe R in 2020
    William Ligon (R-Brunswick/Glynn) , first elected in 2014


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 320 x DEM 205
    2018 – GOP 275
    x DEM 250 (D+45)
     
    Michigan (32 Districts)
  • Michigan:


    Michigan

    Detroit

    Grand Rapids

    District 1:
    PVI – D+33
    President 2016: Clinton +65%
    President 2008: Obama +70%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +64%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +60%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+46
    President 2016: Clinton +94%
    President 2008: Obama +96%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +92%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +90%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +49%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +47%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +45%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +50%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +49%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +46%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +1%
    President 2008: Obama +24%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +16%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +13%


    District 6:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +3%
    President 2008: Obama +5%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +13%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +10%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +41%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +47%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +44%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +22%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +20%


    District 9:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +11%

    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +4%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +3%


    District 10:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +33%
    President 2008: McCain +6%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +16%
    Senator 2018: James +18%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +10%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +18%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +16%


    District 12:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +7%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +4%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +15%
    Senator 2018: James +20%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +45%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +51%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +48%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +2%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +7%
    Senator 2018: James +11%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +18%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +4%
    Senator 2018: James +9%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +29%
    President 2008: Obama +33%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +39%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +34%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +22%
    President 2008: Obama +42%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +32%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +28%


    District 19:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Trump +6%
    President 2008: Obama +18%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +7%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +2%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +26%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +13%
    Senator 2018: James +17%


    District 21:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +35%

    President 2008: Obama +0.5%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +19%
    Senator 2018: James +21%


    District 22:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: Obama +18%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +17%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +14%


    District 23:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +20%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +7%
    Senator 2018: James +11%


    District 24:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +22%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +14%
    Senator 2018: James +17%


    District 25:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +19%
    Senator 2018: James +23%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +22%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +15%
    Senator 2018: James +18%


    District 27:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2018: Whitmer +15%
    Senator 2018: Stabenow +11%


    District 28:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +14%
    Senator 2018: James +17%


    District 29:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +11%

    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +1.5%
    Senator 2018: James +4%


    District 30:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +19%

    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +5%
    Senator 2018: James +7%


    District 31:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +2%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +18%
    Senator 2018: James +20%


    District 32:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Schuette +12%
    Senator 2018: James +14%



    The 1st District occupies the east of Detroit, and the 2nd District the northern part of the city. The 3rd occupies southern Detroit, in addition to Dearborn. The 4th occupies western Detroit, as well as Dearborn Heights and Westland. The 5th occupies the entire southern part of Wayne County.

    The 6th covers the city of Livonia. The 7th covers Farmington Hills and Southfield. The 8th covers Warren, Eastpointe and St. Clair Shores. The 9th covers Sterling Heights, Mount Clemens and Chesterfield. The 10th covers Macomb, Armada and Columbus.

    The 11th district covers Troy, Royal Oak and West Bloomfield. The 12th covers Rochester Hills and Waterford. The 13th covers Fenton, Milford and Hartland. The 14th covers Ann Arbor and Milan. The 15th is west of the 13th and 14th. The 16th is west of the 15th.

    The 17th district covers the city of Lansing. The 18th covers the city of Flint. The 19th is north of the 18th, including Saginaw. The 20th covers southeastern Michigan. The 21st is north of the 10th and 13th. The 22nd covers Kalamazoo. The 23rd district is west of the 19th.

    The 24th covers southwestern Michigan. The 25 th is north of the 22 th, including Holland and Allendale. The 26th covers Walker, Sparta, Wyoming and Jenison. The 27th covers Grand Rapids. The 28th is west of the 27th, including Mount Pleasant.

    The 29th district covers Muskegon, on the western border of Michigan. The 30th covers the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The 31st and 32nd districts cover the northern part of Michigan's main area.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    John Conyers (D-Detroit/Wayne) , first elected in 1964, resigned in 2017
    Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit/Wayne) , elected in 2018, special

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Brenda Jones (D-Detroit/Wayne) , first elected in 2016

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Debbie Dingell (D-Dearborn/Wayne) , first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Andy Dillon (D-Redford/Wayne) , first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Likely D in 2020
    Doug Geiss (D-Taylor/Wayne) , first elected in 2010

    District 6 – Tossup in 2020
    Thaddeus McCotter (R-Plymouth/Wayne) , first elected in 2002, defeated in 2018
    David Curson (D-Van Buren/Wayne) , elected in 2018

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Brenda Lawrence (D-Southfield/Oakland) , first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Likely D in 2020
    Steve Bieda (D-Warren/Macomb) , first elected in 2008

    District 9 – Tossup in 2020
    Candice Miller (R-Harrison Township/Macomb) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Marilyn Lane (D-Fraser/Macomb) , elected in 2018

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Peter Lucido (R-Shelby Charter Township/Macomb) , first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Likely D in 2020
    Sander Levin (D-Royal Oak/Oakland) , first elected in 1982, retired in 2018
    Andy Levin (D-Bloomfield Township/Oakland) , elected in 2018

    District 12 – Tossup in 2020
    Mike Bishop (R-Rochester/Oakland) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Haley Stevens (D-Rochester Hills/Oakland) , elected in 2018

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Kerry Bentivolio (R-Milford/Oakland) , first elected in 2008

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    Gretchen Driskell (D-Saline/Washtenaw) , first elected in 2014

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake/Jackson) , first elected in 2014

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Jase Bolger (R-Marshall/Calhoun) , first elected in 2012

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Virgil Bernero (D-Lansing/Ingham) , first elected in 2012

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Dayne Walling (D-Flint/Genesee) , first elected in 2014

    District 19 – Lean D in 2020
    John Cherry (D-Clio/Genesee) , first elected in 2000

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Tim Walberg (R-Tipton/Lenawee) , first elected in 2006

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Mitchell (R-Dryden Township/Lapeer) , first elected in 2014

    District 22 – Likely D in 2020
    Sean McCann (D-Kalamazoo) , first elected in 2014

    District 23 – Safe R in 2020
    John Moolenaar (R-Midland) , first elected in 2014

    District 24 – Safe R in 2020
    Fred Upton (R-St. Joseph/Berrier) , first elected in 1986

    District 25 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Huizenga (R-Zeeland/Ottawa) , first elected in 2010

    District 26 – Safe R in 2020
    Terri Lynn Land (R-Grandville/Kent) , first elected in 2004

    District 27 – Likely D in 2020
    Rosalynn Bliss (D-Grand Rapids/Kent) , first elected in 2016

    District 28 – Safe R in 2020
    Brian Calley (R-Portland/Ionia) , first elected in 2010

    District 29 – Likely R in 2020
    Goeff Hansen (R-Hart/Oceana) , first elected in 2014

    District 30 – Likely R in 2020
    Jack Bergman (R-Watersmeet/Gogebic) , first elected in 2016

    District 31 – Safe R in 2020
    Lee Chatfield (R-Pellston/Emmet) , first elected in 2016

    District 32 – Safe R in 2020
    Jason Allen (R-Traverse City/Grand Traverse) , first elected in 2002


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 338 x DEM 219
    2018 – GOP 290 x DEM 267 (D+48)
     
    Ohio (38 Districts)
  • Ohio:


    Ohio

    Columbus

    Cincinnati

    Cleveland

    Akron

    District 1:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +9%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2008: Obama +26%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2008: Obama +22%


    District 5:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2008: McCain +18%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2008: Obama +42%


    District 7:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: McCain +13%


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


    District 9:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2008: McCain +23%


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


    District 11:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2008: McCain +16%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 13:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +31%


    District 14:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2008: McCain +24%


    District 15:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2008: McCain +33%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2008: Obama +35%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+41
    President 2008: Obama +85%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 19:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 21:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +17%


    District 22:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2008: McCain +6%


    District 23:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 24:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 25:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2008: Obama +48%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2008: Obama +3%

    District 27:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 28:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +21%


    District 29:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2008: McCain +18%


    District 30:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 31:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2008: McCain +15%


    District 32:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: Obama +4%

    District 33:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +19%

    District 34:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +24%


    District 35:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2008: McCain +3%


    District 36:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2008: McCain +9%


    District 37:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2008: McCain +0.1%


    District 38:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2008: McCain +16%



    The 1st District of Ohio covers the southern part of Columbus, the 2nd the northeastern portion. The 3rd covers the west of Columbus and the 4th covers the northwest. The 5th covers a large portion to the west and south of Columbus, including Circleville and Chillicothe.

    The 6th covers the city of Cincinnati. With the 7th covering the western suburbs of Cincinnati and the 8th covering the eastern suburbs of Cincinnati. The 9th covers a large portion of the southern Ohio border, east of the 8th. The 10th is west of the 5th, including Springfield and Bellefontaine.

    The 11th district covers Kettering, Fairborn, Beavercreek and Riverside. The 12th covers the city of Dayton. The 13th is south of the 11th and 12th, including the cities of Mason and Middletown. The 14th covers Hamilton, being south of the 15th and north of the 7th. The 15th is north of the 14th, covering Celina and Greenville.

    The 16th covers Willoughby, Euclid, Beachwood, Shaker Heights and University Heights. The 17th covers the eastern portion of Cleveland. The 18th covers the western portion of Cleveland, in addition to Lakewood. The 19th is south of Cleveland, including Garfield Heights, Parma and Bedford.

    The 20th covers Westlake, North Olmsted, Strongsville and Brunswick. The 21st covers Elyria and Lorain. The 22nd is east of the 16th district. The 23rd district is north of Akron and the 24th is concentrated in the city of Akron.

    The 25th district covers the city of Toledo. The 26th district is west of the 25th and north of the 28th. The 27th covers the northwestern Ohio border. The 28th district is south of the 25th and 32nd. The 29th district is north of Ohio's capital, Columbus.

    The 30th district is south of Akron, including Canton. The 31st district is south of the 21st. The 32nd district occupies the northern Ohio border, between Toledo and Lorain. The 33rd district covers northeast Ohio, including Warren.

    The 34th district is south of the 33rd, including Youngstown. The 35th, 36th, 37th and 38th districts occupy the Ohio-West Virginia border, respectively from north to south.


    District 1 – Likely D in 2020
    Richard Cordray (D-Grove City/Franklin) , first elected in 2008

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Joyce Beatty (D-Columbus/Franklin) , first elected in 2012

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Michael B. Coleman (D-Columbus/Franklin) , first elected in 2012

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Mary Jo Kilroy (D-Columbus/Franklin) , first elected in 2008

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Dorothy Pelanda (R-Marysville/Union) , first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Steve Driehaus (D-Cincinnati/Hamilton) , first elected in 2008

    District 7 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Chabot (R-Cincinnati/Hamilton) , first elected in 1994

    District 8 – Safe R in 2020
    Jean Schmidt (R-Loveland/Hamilton) , first elected in 2005

    District 9 – Safe R in 2020
    Terry Johnson (R-McDermott/Scioto) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Jordan (R-Urbana/Champaign) , first elected in 2006

    District 11 – Safe R in 2020
    Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering/Montgomery) , first elected in 2012

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Nan Whaley (D-Dayton/Montgomery) , first elected in 2016

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    John Boehner (R-Wetherington/Butler) , first elected in 1990, retired in 2015
    Candice Keller (R-Middletown/Butler) , elected in 2015

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Wes Retherford (R-Hamilton/Butler) , first elected in 2016

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Warren Davidson (R-Troy/Miami) , first elected in 2014

    District 16 – Safe D in 2020
    Marcia Fudge (D-Warrensville Heights/Cuyahoga) , first elected in 2008, special

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Nina Turner (D-Cleveland/Cuyahoga) , first elected in 2010

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Dennis Kucinich (D-Cleveland/Cuyahoga) , first elected in 1996

    District 19 – Likely D in 2020
    Nicholas J. Celebrezze (D-Parma/Cuyahoga) , first elected in 2012

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Renacci (R-Wadsworth/Medina) , first elected in 2010

    District 21 – Tossup in 2020
    Joseph Koziura (D-Lorain) , first elected in 2004

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Jamie Callender (R-LeRoy Township/Lake) , first elected in 2004

    District 23 – Lean R in 2020
    Frank LaRose (R-Hudson/Summit) , first elected in 2016

    District 24 – Safe D in 2020
    Betty Sutton (D-Barberton/Summit) , first elected in 2006

    District 25 – Safe D in 2020
    Marcy Kaptur (D-Toledo/Lucas) , first elected in 1982

    District 26 – Likely R in 2020
    Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green/Wood) , first elected in 2007

    District 27 – Safe R in 2020
    Robert R. Cupp (R-Lima/Allen) , first elected in 1994

    District 28 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeffrey McClain (R-Upper Sandusky/Wyandot) , first elected in 2012

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Kris Jordan (R-Powell/Delaware) , first elected in 2016

    District 30 – Likely R in 2020
    Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton/Stark) , first elected in 1998

    District 31 – Safe R in 2020
    Bob Gibbs (R-Washington Township/Holmes) , first elected in 2010

    District 32 – Safe R in 2020
    Terry Boose (R-Norwalk/Huron) , first elected in 2012

    District 33 – Tossup in 2020
    Tim Ryan (D-Niles/Trumbull) , first elected in 2002

    District 34 – Lean D in 2020
    John Boccieri (D-Poland/Mahoning) , first elected in 2010

    District 35 – Safe R in 2020
    Frank Hoagland (R-Adena/Jefferson) , first elected in 2016

    District 36 – Safe R in 2020
    Al Landis (R-Dover/Tuscarawas) , first elected in 2014

    District 37 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Johnson (R-Marietta/Washington) , first elected in 2010

    District 38 – Safe R in 2020
    David Scheffler (R-Lancaster/Fairfield) , first elected in 2016



    Total:
    2016 – GOP 361 x DEM 234
    2018 – GOP 313 x DEM 282 (D+48)
     
    Pennsylvania (41 Districts)
  • Pennsylvania:


    Pennsylvania

    Philadelphia

    Pittsburgh

    District 1:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2008: Obama +18%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2008: Obama +64%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+42
    President 2008: Obama +85%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2008: Obama +72%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+41
    President 2008: Obama +82%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +17%


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

    District 8:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +12%

    District 9:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2008: Obama +22%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2008: Obama +25%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2008: Obama +25%


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


    District 14:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: Obama +3%

    District 15:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +10%


    District 16:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +12%


    District 17:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: Obama +0.1%

    District 18:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 19:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2008: McCain +10%


    District 20:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +2%

    District 21:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 22:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +8%


    District 23:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2008: McCain +24%


    District 24:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2008: McCain +38%


    District 25:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 26:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2008: Obama +26%


    District 27:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2008: McCain +6%


    District 28:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    District 29:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2008: Obama +51%


    District 30:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2008: Obama +8%


    District 31:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 32:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +2%


    District 33:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +16%


    District 34:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2008: McCain +18%


    District 35:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 36:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2008: Obama +18%


    District 37:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +22%


    District 38:
    PVI – R+20
    President 2008: McCain +14%


    District 39:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2008: McCain +9%


    District 40:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 41:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2008: McCain +19%



    The city of Philadelphia is divided into the first 5 districts of Pennsylvania. The 1st district occupies the northeast part, the 2nd the north part, the 3rd the northwest part, the 4th the central part and the 5th the south part of the city. The 6th and 7th divide Bucks County.

    The 8th covers Northampton County, including Easton. The 9th covers Allentown. The 10th covers the western suburbs of Philadelphia. The 11th district bypasses the 10th. The 12th covers Abington and Cheltenham.

    The 13th covers the central part of Montgomery County. The 14th is south of the 9th district. The 15th covers the east of Chester County. The 16th covers the west of Chester County and the east of Lancaster County. The 17th covers the city of Lancaster.

    The 18th is west of the 14th district and the 19th is west of the 18th. The 20th district includes the city of Harrisburg. The 21st district extends from the north of the 9th to the east of the 19th. The 22nd district covers the city of York. The 23rd district is west of the 22nd and south of the 20th.

    The 24th district occupies a large area of land in the south-central part of the state. The 25 ° covers the northeastern part of Pennsylvania. The 26th covers the city of Scranton. The 27th district is west of the 25th and 26th.

    The 28th district is south of Pittsburgh. The 29th covers the city of Pittsburgh. The 30th district is north of Pittsburgh and the 31st is west of the city. The 32nd district covers southwestern Pennsylvania and the 33rd is east of the 32nd and west of the 24th.

    The 34th district bypasses the 30th and 28th. The 35th district occupies the central part of the western border of the state. The 36th district covers the county of Erie. The 37th district is east of the 34th. The 38th, 39th, 40th and 41st districts divide the north-central part of the state of Pennsylvania.

    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Brendan Boyle (D-Philadelphia) , first elected in 2014

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Benjamin Ramos (D-Philadelphia) , first elected in 2000

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Dwight Evans (D-Philadelphia) , first elected in 2016

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Zane David Memeger (D-Philadelphia) , first elected in 2014

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Michael Nutter (D-Philadelphia) , first elected in 2012

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Levittown/Bucks) , first elected in 2016, defeated in 2018
    Steve Santarsiero (D-Lower Makefield Township/Bucks County) , elected in 2018

    District 7 – Lean R in 2020
    Jim Cawley (R-Wrightstown Township/Bucks) , first elected in 2012

    District 8 – Tossup in 2020
    Joe Emrick (R-Nazareth/Northampton) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Sal Panto Jr. (D-Easton/Northampton) , elected in 2018

    District 9 – Likely D in 2020
    Susan Wild (D-South Whitehall Township/Lehigh) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Swarthmore/Delaware) , first elected in 2016

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Katie McGinty (D-Wayne/Delaware) , first elected in 2010

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Madeleine Dean (D-Abington Township/Montgomery) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Likely D in 2020
    Daylin Leach (D-Upper Merion Township/Montgomery) , first elected in 2012

    District 14 – Safe R in 2020
    Sam Rohrer (R-Robeson Township/Berks) , first elected in 2000

    District 15 – Lean D in 2020
    Ryan Costello (R-West Chester/Chester) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Chrissy Houlahan (D-Devon/Chester) , elected in 2018

    District 16 – Safe R in 2020
    Bryan Cutler (R-Drumore Township/Lancaster) , first elected in 2012

    District 17 – Likely R in 2020
    Lloyd Smucker (R-West Lampeter Township/Lancaster) , first elected in 2016

    District 18 – Likely R in 2020
    Jim Cox (R-Spring Township/Berks) , first elected in 2012

    District 19 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon) , first elected in 2012, arrested in 2019 for child pornography
    Frank Ryan (R-Lebanon) , elected in 2019

    District 20 – Likely R in 2020
    Scott Perry (R-Harrisburg/Dauphin) , first elected in 2012

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Dave Argall (R-Rush Township/Schuylkill) , first elected in 1996

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Scott Wagner (R-Spring Garden Township/York) , first elected in 2014

    District 23 – Safe R in 2020
    Richard Alloway (R-Hamilton Township/Franklin) , first elected in 2012

    District 24 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Fleck (R-Three Springs/Huntingdon) , first elected in 2010

    District 25 – Likely R in 2020
    Michael Peifer (R-Greene Township/Pike) , first elected in 2010

    District 26 – Safe D in 2020
    Matt Cartwright (D-Moosic/Lackawanna) , first elected in 2012

    District 27 – Safe R in 2020
    Lou Barletta (R-Hazleton/Luzerne) , first elected in 2010, retired in 2018 to run for senator
    Lisa Baker (R-Lehman Township/Luzerne) , elected in 2018

    District 28 – Likely D in 2020
    Tim Murphy (R-Upper St. Clair Township/Allegheny) , first elected in 2002, retired in 2017
    John Fetterman (D-Braddock/Allegheny) , elected in 2017

    District 29 – Safe D in 2020
    Mike Doyle (D- Pittsburgh/Allegheny) , first elected in 1994

    District 30 – Likely D in 2020
    Frank Dermody (D-Oakmont/Allegheny) , first elected in 2002

    District 31 – Lean D in 2020
    Keith Rothfus (R-Sewickley/Allegheny) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Conor Lamb (D-Mt. Lebanon/Allegheny) , elected in 2018

    District 32 – Safe R in 2020
    Ryan Warner (R-Perryopolis/Fayette) , first elected in 2016

    District 33 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Reese (R-Mount Pleasant Township/Westmoreland) , first elected in 2014

    District 34 – Safe R in 2020
    Kim Ward (R-Hempfield Township/Westmoreland) , first elected in 2012

    District 35 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Christiana (R-Beaver) , first elected in 2014

    District 36 – Tossup in 2020
    Kathy Dahlkemper (D-Erie) , first elected in 2008

    District 37 – Safe R in 2020
    Glenn Thompson (R-Oil City/Venango) , first elected in 2008

    District 38 – Safe R in 2020
    Joe Scarnati (R-Brockway/Jefferson) , first elected in 2006

    District 39 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Shuster (R-Hollidaysburg/Blair) , first elected in 2001, retired in 2018
    John Joyce (R-Altoona/Blair) , elected in 2018

    District 40 – Safe R in 2020
    Jake Corman (R-Benner Township/Centre) , first elected in 2004

    District 41 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Marino (R-Williamsport/Lycoming) , first elected in 2010, resigned in 2019
    Fred Keller (R-Middlecreek Township/Snyder) , elected in 2019


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 388 x DEM 248
    2018 – GOP 335 x DEM 301 (D+53)
     
    Illinois (42 Districts)
  • Illinois:


    Illinois

    Chicago

    District 1:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2016: Clinton +91%
    President 2008: Obama +94%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +88%


    District 2:
    PVI – D+43
    President 2016: Clinton +83%
    President 2008: Obama +89%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +81%


    District 3:
    PVI – D+33
    President 2016: Clinton +66%
    President 2008: Obama +70%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +65%


    District 4:
    PVI – D+35
    President 2016: Clinton +70%
    President 2008: Obama +68%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +65%


    District 5:
    PVI – D+26
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +55%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +39%


    District 6:
    PVI – D+40
    President 2016: Clinton +80%
    President 2008: Obama +80%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +68%


    District 7:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2016: Clinton +72%
    President 2008: Obama +66%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +62%


    District 8:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +68%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +59%


    District 9:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +40%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +37%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +45%
    President 2008: Obama +38%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +27%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +8%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +36%
    President 2008: Obama +30%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +14%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +2%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +8%

    Senator 2016: Kirk +4%

    District 15:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +54%
    President 2008: Obama +48%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +47%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +37%
    President 2008: Obama +39%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +33%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +29%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2016: Clinton +71%
    President 2008: Obama +68%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +69%


    District 19:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +21%


    District 20:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +9%

    Senator 2016: Kirk +0.5%

    District 21:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: Obama +20%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +13%


    District 22:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +3%

    District 23:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +16%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +1%


    District 24:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +5%


    District 25:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +5%
    President 2008: Obama +18%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +12%


    District 26:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +17%


    District 27:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +10%


    District 28:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +3%

    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +8%

    District 29:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +19%

    President 2008: Obama +0.3%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +13%

    District 30:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +1.5%

    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +4%

    District 31:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +9%

    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +9%

    District 32:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Trump +7%

    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +7%

    District 33:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +15%

    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +6%

    District 34:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +9%

    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +12%

    District 35:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +18%


    District 36:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +2%

    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +6%

    District 37:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +12%

    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +14%

    District 38:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +43%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +19%


    District 39:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +54%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +28%


    District 40:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +19%

    President 2008: Obama +7%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +3%


    District 41:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Trump +1%
    President 2008: Obama +18%
    Senator 2016: Duckworth +17%


    District 42:
    PVI – R+15
    President 2016: Trump +35%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Senator 2016: Kirk +3.5%



    Illinois' 1st district covers the Far Southeast Side of Chicago. The 2nd covers the South Side of Chicago. The third covers the Far Southwest Side of Chicago. The 4th covers the Southwest Side of Chicago. The 5th covers Central Chicago and the North Side. The 6th covers the West Side of Chicago. The 7th covers the Northwest Side and part of the North Side of Chicago. The 8th covers a small portion west of Chicago, in addition to Norridge, Rosemont and O'Hare International Airport.

    The 9th covers the Far North Side of Chicago. The 10th covers Evanston, Skokie, Wilmette and Park Ridge. The 11th covers Des Plaines, Northbrook and Glenview. The 12th covers the western portion of Lake County. The 13th district covers most of the rest of Lake County. The 14th covers Palatine and Arlington Heights.

    The 15th district covers Cicero, Oak Park and Elmwood Park. The 16th covers Maywood, Melrose Park, Franklin Park and Western Springs. The 17th covers Oak Lawn and Oak Forest. The 18th is south of Chicago, including Calumet, Dolton, Harvey and Chicago Heights. The 19th district covers Schaumburg, Elgin and Bartlett.

    The 20th district covers Wayne, Batavia, St. Charles, Carol Stream and North Aurora. The 21st district covers the city of Aurora. The 22nd covers Tinley Park and Frankfort. The 23rd covers Naperville and Wheaton. The 24th district covers Lombard. The 25th covers Joliet and Plainfield. The 26th district covers a central part in the north of the state.

    The 27th district covers Bolingbrook, Woodridge, Darien and Willowbrook. The 28th covers Algonquin, Carpentersville, Gilberts and Crystal Lake. The 29th district covers the border with Indiana, from the south of the 18th district to the north of the 36th district. The 30th district covers Rockford. The 31st district is east of the 30th.

    The 32nd district covers northwestern Illinois, going down to Moline, East Moline and Rock Island in the south. The 33rd is south of the 32nd district, covering the Illinois-Iowa border. The 34th district covers the city of Peoria. The 35th district is south of the 34th and 26th, including Bloomington. The 36th district is south of the 29th.

    The 37th district covers Decatur and Springfield. The 38th district runs from the Missouri border to the west of the 36th. The 39th district covers the southeast of the state. The 40th and 41st district share the border with St. Louis, Missouri. The 42nd district covers southern Illinois.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Jacqueline Y. Collins (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2008

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    Patricia Van Pelt (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Bobby Rush (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 1992

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Luis Gutiérrez (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
    Chuy García (D-Chicago/Cook) , elected in 2018

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Mike Quigley (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2008, special

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Susana Mendoza (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2010

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Lisa Madigan (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2006

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Danny K. Davis (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 1996

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    William M. Daley (D-Chicago/Cook) , first elected in 2004

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Jan Schakowsky (D-Evanston/Cook) , first elected in 1998

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Laura Fine (D-Glenview/Cook) , first elected in 2016

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield/Lake) , first elected in 2012

    District 13 – Likely D in 2020
    Melinda Bush (D-Grayslake/Lake) , first elected in 2012

    District 14 – Lean D in 2020
    Melissa Bean (D-Barrington/Lake) , first elected in 2004

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Elizabeth Hernandez (D-Cicero/Cook) , first elected in 2010

    District 16 – Safe D in 2020
    Dan Lipinski (D-Western Springs/Cook) , first elected in 2004

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Kelly Burke (D-Evergreen Park/Cook) , first elected in 2014

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Robin Kelly (D-Matteson/Cook) , first elected in 2008

    District 19 – Safe D in 2020
    Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Schaumburg/Cook) , first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Tossup in 2020
    Randy Hultgren (R-Winfield/DuPage) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Karina Villa (D-West Chicago/DuPage) , elected in 2018

    District 21 – Likely D in 2020
    Linda Holmes (D-Aurora/Kane) , first elected in 2010

    District 22 – Likely R in 2020
    Christine Radogno (R-Lemont/Cook) , first elected in 2002

    District 23 – Lean D in 2020
    Bill Foster (D-Naperville/DuPage) , first elected in 2006

    District 24 – Likely D in 2020
    Kathleen Willis (D-Addison/DuPage) , first elected in 2016

    District 25 – Likely D in 2020
    Pat McGuire (D-Joliet/Will) , first elected in 2010

    District 26 – Safe R in 2020
    Sue Rezin (R-Morris/Grundy) , first elected in 2014

    District 27 – Likely D in 2020
    Sean Casten (D-Downers Grove/DuPage) , first elected in 2016

    District 28 – Lean R in 2020
    Michael W. Tryon (R-Crystal Lake/McHenry) , first elected in 2010

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Chad Hays (R-Catlin/Vermilion) , first elected in 2006

    District 30 – Tossup in 2020
    Dave Syverson (R-Rockford/Winnebago) , first elected in 1996, retired in 2018
    Litesa Wallace (D-Rockford/Winnebago) , elected in 2018

    District 31 – Likely R in 2020
    Joe Walsh (R-McHenry) , first elected in 2010

    District 32 – Tossup in 2020
    Cheri Bustos (D-East Moline/Rock Island) , first elected in 2012

    District 33 – Likely R in 2020
    Donald L. Moffitt (R-Oneida/Knox) , first elected in 1998

    District 34 – Likely R in 2020
    Darin LaHood (R-Dunlap/Peoria) , first elected in 2015

    District 35 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Brady (R-Bloomington/McLean) , first elected in 2000

    District 36 – Likely R in 2020
    Erika Harold (R-Champaign) , first elected in 2014

    District 37 – Likely R in 2020
    Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Leland Grove/Sangamon) , first elected in 2016

    District 38 – Safe R in 2020
    Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville/Christian) , first elected in 2012

    District 39 – Safe R in 2020
    David Reis (R-Ste. Marie/Jasper) , first elected in 2012

    District 40 – Safe R in 2020
    John Shimkus (R-Collinsville/Madison) , first elected in 1996

    District 41 – Likely D in 2020
    William Enyart (D-Belleville/St. Clair) , first elected in 2012

    District 42 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Bost (R-Murphysboro/Jackson) , first elected in 2010


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 404 x DEM 274
    2018 – GOP 349 x DEM 329 (D+55)
     
    Florida (61 Districts)
  • Florida:


    Florida

    Miami

    Fort Lauderdale

    Palm Beach

    Cape Coral

    Tampa Bay

    Orlando

    Jacksonville

    District 1:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +21%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +22%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +23%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +15%

    District 2:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: Obama +15%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +17%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +19%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +7%

    District 3:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +8%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +9%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +2%

    District 4:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +43%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +47%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +45%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +35%

    District 5:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +51%
    President 2008: Obama +48%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +50%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +50%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +41%

    District 6:
    PVI – D+30
    President 2016: Clinton +61%
    President 2008: Obama +62%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +62%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +61%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +52%

    District 7:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +8%
    Senator 2018: Scott +9%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +12%

    District 8:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +33%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +32%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +33%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +23%

    District 9:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +28%
    President 2008: Obama +28%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +28%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +30%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +21%

    District 10:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +43%
    President 2008: Obama +44%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +46%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +47%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +41%

    District 11:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +19%
    Senator 2018: Scott +17%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +29%

    District 12:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +14%
    Senator 2018: Scott +14%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +22%

    District 13:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +29%
    Senator 2018: Scott +29%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +38%

    District 14:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +47%
    President 2008: Obama +47%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +50%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +51%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +43%

    District 15:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +23%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +26%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +27%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +21%

    District 16:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +15%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +15%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +5%

    District 17:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +21%
    President 2008: Obama +31%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +23%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +23%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +15%

    District 18:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +25%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +23%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +22%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +14%

    District 19:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +31%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +27%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +26%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +20%

    District 20:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +16%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +15%
    Senator 2018: Scott +13%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +15%

    District 21:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: Obama +9%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +1%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +1.5%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +1%

    District 22:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +24%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +25%
    Senator 2018: Scott +23%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +33%

    District 23:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +15%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +16%
    Senator 2018: Scott +15%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +25%

    District 24:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +21%
    Senator 2018: Scott +19%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +25%

    District 25:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +1%
    Senator 2018: Scott +0.5%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +9%

    District 26:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +29%
    President 2008: McCain +16%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +28%
    Senator 2018: Scott +26%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +28%

    District 27:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +20%
    Senator 2018: Scott +20%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +24%

    District 28:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +15%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +12%
    Senator 2018: Scott +10%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +19%

    District 29:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +12%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +17%
    Senator 2018: Scott +15%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +22%

    District 30:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +14%
    President 2008: Obama +6%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +12%
    Senator 2018: Scott +11%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +14%

    District 31:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +26%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +23%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +13%

    District 32:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +37%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +36%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +23%

    District 33:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +1%
    President 2008: McCain +1%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +2%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +2.5%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +10%

    District 34:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +10%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +17%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +17%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +5%

    District 35:
    PVI – D+4
    President 2016: Clinton +16%
    President 2008: Obama +8%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +16%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +15%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +3%

    District 36:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +22%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +24%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +15%

    District 37:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: Obama +1%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +7%
    Senator 2018: Scott +4%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +11%

    District 38:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +5%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +8%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +7%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +1%

    District 39:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: Obama +0.3%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +7%
    Senator 2018: Scott +5%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +12%

    District 40:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +28%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +27%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +17%

    District 41:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +6%
    Senator 2018: Scott +6%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +12%

    District 42:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +4%
    President 2008: Obama +4%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +8%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +8%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +2%

    District 43:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +16%
    President 2008: McCain +8%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +15%
    Senator 2018: Scott +15%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +19%

    District 44:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: Obama +3%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +19%
    Senator 2018: Scott +17%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +18%

    District 45:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +28%
    President 2008: Obama +24%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +24%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +19%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +17%

    District 46:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +19%
    Senator 2018: Scott +19%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +23%

    District 47:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +38%
    Senator 2018: Scott +38%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +36%

    District 48:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +3%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +16%
    Senator 2018: Scott +16%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +20%

    District 49:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +17%
    Senator 2018: Scott +16%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +22%

    District 50:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +13%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +24%
    Senator 2018: Scott +23%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +26%

    District 51:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +22%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +24%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +21%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +4%

    District 52:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +13%
    Senator 2018: Scott +15%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +31%

    District 53:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +15%
    President 2008: McCain +19%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +10%
    Senator 2018: Scott +12%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +30%

    District 54:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +29%
    President 2008: McCain +21%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +25%
    Senator 2018: Scott +26%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +37%

    District 55:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +43%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +39%
    Senator 2018: Scott +40%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +49%

    District 56:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +29%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +38%
    Senator 2018: Scott +34%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +36%

    District 57:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +11%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +9%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +16%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +1%

    District 58:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +26%
    Governor 2018: Gillum +29%
    Senator 2018: Nelson +32%
    Senator 2016: Murphy +20%

    District 59:
    PVI – R+26
    President 2016: Trump +50%
    President 2008: McCain +43%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +49%
    Senator 2018: Scott +50%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +53%

    District 60:
    PVI – R+28
    President 2016: Trump +51%
    President 2008: McCain +47%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +48%
    Senator 2018: Scott +48%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +56%

    District 61:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2018: DeSantis +17%
    Senator 2018: Scott +18%
    Senator 2016: Rubio +29%


    The 1st district of Florida occupies the south of the state, including the Florida Keys in the south to Homestead. The 2nd covers Kendall, Pinecrest and Howard. The 3rd covers South Miami, Miami Springs, Brownsville, West Miami and a small part of Miami. The 4th covers Miami and Key Biscayne. The 5th covers Miami Beach, North Miami going to Golden Beach to the north.

    The 6th covers Miami Gardens, Pembroke Park and Aventura. The 7th covers Hialeah and Miami Lakes. The 8th covers Southwest Ranches, Miramar and Pembroke Pines. The 9th covers West Park, Davie and Weston. The 10th covers Fort Lauderdale. The 11th is west of the 3rd district.

    The 12th extends from the western and less populated parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties, to Naples to the west. The 13th district is north of the 12th. The 14th covers Sunrise, Plantation and Tamarac. The 15th covers Pompano Beach and Deerfield Beach. The 16th district covers Boca Raton and Parkland.

    The 17th district covers Delray Beach and Boynton Beach. The 18th covers South Palm Beach and Lake Clarke Shores. The 19th district covers Palm Beach. The 20th district covers the interior of Palm Beach County and Martin County. The 21st district covers Port St. Lucie and Fort Piece.

    The 22nd district covers Cape Coral. The 23rd district is east of the 22nd and 24th. The 24th district covers Venice, Port Charlotte and Englewood. The 25th district covers Sarasota. The 26th covers Vero Beach and Sebastian, as well as an extensive section towards the center of the state of Florida. The 27th district is between the 25th and 26th, including Bradenton. The 29th district covers Palm Bay, Melbourne and Viera. The 30th district covers Cocoa and Titusville.

    The 31st district covers the southern part of Orlando, as well as Conway and the Orlando International Airport. The 32nd district covers most of the city of Orlando. The 33rd district is north of Orlando, including Casselberry, Winter Springs and Sanford. The 34th district is northwest of Orlando, including Lockhart, Maitland, Altamonte Springs and Apopka. The 35th district covers Windermere, Oakland and the Walt Disney World Resort.

    The 36th district covers St. Petersburg. The 37th district covers Largo. The 38th district covers the northwest of Hillsborough County. The 39th district covers East Lake and Palm Harbor. The 40th district covers Tampa. The 41st district covers the south of Hillsborough County, including Riverview. The 42nd district covers the northeast of Hillsborough County, including Brandon and Temple Terrace.

    The 43rd district covers Lakeland and Winter Haven. The 44th district covers the coast of Pasco and Hernando counties. The 45th district covers Kissimmee. The 46th covers Lake County and northern Polk County. The 47th district is north of the 44th and 49th. The 48th district is west of the 30th. The 49th district covers Dade and Zephyrhills.

    The 50th district is north of the 47th. The 51st covers the western portion of Jacksonville. The 52nd district covers west Jacksonville, as well as Nassau County to the north. The 53rd district covers south Jacksonville. The 54th runs from south Jacksonville to Daytona Beach, covering St. Augustine and the Palm Coast. The 55th district is west of the 54th.

    The 56th district covers the beginning of the Panhandle, bypassing Tallahassee, and going to Duval County to the east. The 57th district covers Gainesville. The 58th district covers Tallahassee. The 59th district covers the central part of the Panhandle. The 60th district covers the western part of the Panhandle. The 61st district covers Pensacola.


    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Ron Saunders (D-Key West/Monroe) , first elected in 1994

    District 2 – Safe D in 2020
    José Javier Rodríguez (D-Miami/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2014

    District 3 – Tossup in 2020
    Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Miami/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 1989, retired in 2018
    Carlos Giménez (R-Miami/Miami-Dade) , elected in 2018

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Manny Diaz (D-Miami/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2010

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Philip Levine (D-Miami Beach/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2014

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Frederica Wilson (D-Miami Gardens/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2010

    District 7 – Tossup in 2020
    Carlos Curbelo (R-Miami/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Wayne Messam (D-Miramar/Broward) , first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Weston/Broward) , first elected in 2004

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Chris Smith (D-Fort Lauderdale/Broward) , first elected in 2002

    District 11 – Likely R in 2020
    Mario Díaz-Balart (R-Miami/Miami-Dade) , first elected in 2002

    District 12 – Likely R in 2020
    Francis Rooney (R-Naples/Collier) , first elected in 2012

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Curt Clawson (R-Bonita Springs/Lee) , first elected in 2014, special

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    Katie Edwards (D-Plantation/Broward) , first elected in 2014

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark Gilbert (D-Pompano Beach/Broward) , first elected in 2016

    District 16 – Likely D in 2020
    Ted Deutch (D-Boca Raton/Palm Beach) , first elected in 2010, special

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Maria Sachs (D-Delray Beach/Palm Beach) , first elected in 2010

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Lori Berman (D-Lantana/Palm Beach) , first elected in 2016

    District 19 – Safe D in 2020
    Lois Frankel (D-West Palm Beach/Palm Beach) , first elected in 2012

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Brian Mast (R-Palm City/Martin) , first elected in 2016

    District 21 – Tossup in 2020
    Joe Negron (R-Stuart/Martin) , first elected in 2012

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Dane Eagle (R-Cape Coral/Lee) , first elected in 2016

    District 23 – Safe R in 2020
    Lizbeth Benacquisto (R-Fort Myers/Lee) , first elected in 2014

    District 24 – Safe R in 2020
    Julio Gonzalez (R-Venice/Sarasota) , first elected in 2016

    District 25 – Lean R in 2020
    Vern Buchanan (R-Sarasota) , first elected in 2006

    District 26 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Rooney (R-Okeechobee) , first elected in 2008, retired in 2018
    Debbie Mayfield (R-Vero Beach/Indian River) , elected in 2018

    District 27 – Safe R in 2020
    Denise Grimsley (R-Sebring/Highlands) , first elected in 2010

    District 28 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Posey (R-Rockledge/Brevard) , first elected in 2008

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Tyler Sirois (R-Cocoa/Brevard) , first elected in 2016

    District 30 – Likely R in 2020
    Sandy Adams (R-New Smyrna Beach/Volusia) , first elected in 2010

    District 31 – Safe D in 2020
    Victor M. Torres Jr. (D-Orlando/Orange) , first elected in 2014

    District 32 – Safe D in 2020
    Val Demings (D-Orlando/Orange) , first elected in 2016

    District 33 – Tossup in 2020
    Scott Plakon (R-Longwood/Seminole) , first elected in 2010

    District 34 – Likely D in 2020
    Randolph Bracy (D-Orlando/Orange) , first elected in 2014

    District 35 – Likely D in 2020
    Buddy Dyer (D-Orlando/Orange) , first elected in 2008

    District 36 – Safe D in 2020
    Charlie Crist (D-St. Petersburg/Pinellas) , first elected in 2014

    District 37 – Likely R in 2020
    David Jolly (R-Indian Shores/Pinellas) , first elected in 2014, special

    District 38 – Lean D in 2020
    Susan Valdes (D-Tampa/Hillsborough) , first elected in 2016

    District 39 – Likely R in 2020
    Gus Bilirakis (R-Palm Harbor/Pinellas) , first elected in 2006

    District 40 – Safe D in 2020
    Kathy Castor (D-Tampa/Hillsborough) , first elected in 2006

    District 41 – Lean R in 2020
    Ross Spano (R-Dover/Hillsborough) , first elected in 2016

    District 42 – Lean D in 2020
    Alex Sink (D-Thonotosassa/Hillsborough) , first elected in 2008

    District 43 – Safe R in 2020
    Dennis Ross (R-Lakeland/Polk) , first elected in 2010, retired in 2018
    Kelli Stargel (R-Lakeland/Polk) , elected in 2018

    District 44 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Fasano (R-Pasco) , first elected in 2006

    District 45 – Safe D in 2020
    Darren Soto (D-Kissimmee/Osceola) , first elected in 2014

    District 46 – Safe R in 2020
    Daniel Webster (R-Clermont/Lake) , first elected in 2010

    District 47 – Safe R in 2020
    Ralph Massullo (R-Lecanto/Citrus) , first elected in 2016

    District 48 – Likely R in 2020
    Jennifer Sullivan (R-Mount Dora/Lake) , first elected in 2016

    District 49 – Safe R in 2020
    Richard Corcoran (R-Land O' Lakes/Pasco) , first elected in 2014

    District 50 – Safe R in 2020
    Cliff Stearns (R-Ocala/Marion) , first elected in 1988

    District 51 – Safe D in 2020
    Alvin Brown (D-Jacksonville/Duval) , first elected in 2012

    District 52 – Safe R in 2020
    John Rutherford (R-Jacksonville/Duval) , first elected in 2012

    District 53 – Safe R in 2020
    John Peyton (R-Jacksonville/Duval) , first elected in 2016

    District 54 – Safe R in 2020
    Ron DeSantis (R-Palm Coast/Flager) , first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for governor
    Michael Waltz (R-St. Augustine Beach/St. Johns) , elected in 2018

    District 55 – Safe R in 2020
    Rob Bradley (R-Fleming Island/Clay) , first elected in 2010

    District 56 – Safe R in 2020
    Halsey Beshears (R-Monticello/Jefferson) , first elected in 2016

    District 57 – Lean D in 2020
    Ted Yoho (R-Gainesville/Alachua) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Clovis Watson Jr. (D-Alachua) , elected in 2018

    District 58 – Safe D in 2020
    Gwen Graham (D-Tallahassee/Leon) , first elected in 2010

    District 59 – Safe R in 2020
    Steve Southerland (R-Panama City/Bay) , first elected in 2010

    District 60 – Safe R in 2020
    Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach/Okaloosa) , first elected in 2016

    District 61 – Safe R in 2020
    Ashton Hayward (R-Pensacola/Escambia) , first elected in 2014


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 440 x DEM 299
    2018 – GOP 384
    x DEM 355 (D+56)
     
    New York (63 Districts)
  • New York:


    New York

    Long Island

    Queens, Brooklyn, States Island, South Manhattan

    North Manhattan, Bronx

    Rochester

    Syracuse

    Buffalo

    District 1:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2008: Obama +10%

    District 2:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2008: Obama +4%

    District 3:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2008: McCain +4%


    District 4:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 5:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 6:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +8%

    District 7:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +3%

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


    District 9:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2008: Obama +19%


    District 10:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2008: Obama +67%


    District 11:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2008: Obama +62%


    District 12:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2008: Obama +23%


    District 13:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2008: Obama +41%


    District 14:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2008: Obama +36%


    District 15:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2008: Obama +61%


    District 16:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2008: Obama +42%


    District 17:
    PVI – D+37
    President 2008: Obama +72%


    District 18:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2008: Obama +91%


    District 19:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 20:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2008: Obama +93%


    District 21:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: McCain +3%

    District 22:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +15%


    District 23:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 24:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 25:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2008: Obama +94%


    District 26:
    PVI – D+40
    President 2008: Obama +75%


    District 27:
    PVI – D+39
    President 2008: Obama +76%


    District 28:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2008: Obama +72%


    District 29:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2008: Obama +58%


    District 30:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2008: Obama +77%


    District 31:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2008: Obama +78%


    District 32:
    PVI – D+39
    President 2008: Obama +76%


    District 33:
    PVI – D+35
    President 2008: Obama +69%


    District 34:
    PVI – D+45
    President 2008: Obama +92%


    District 35:
    PVI – D+39
    President 2008: Obama +75%


    District 36:
    PVI – D+43
    President 2008: Obama +84%


    District 37:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2008: Obama +31%


    District 38:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +14%


    District 39:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2008: Obama +25%


    District 40:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +6%


    District 41:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 42:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +4%

    District 43:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 44:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2008: Obama +29%


    District 45:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    District 46:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 47:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +2%

    District 48:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2008: Obama +10%


    District 49:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2008: Obama +7%

    District 50:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2008: Obama +48%


    District 51:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: McCain +0.4%


    District 52:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: McCain +1.5%


    District 53:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    District 54:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2008: McCain +6 %


    District 55:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    District 56:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2008: Obama +28%


    District 57:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2008: Obama +16%


    District 58:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2008: Obama +54%


    District 59:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2008: McCain +1%


    District 60:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 61:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2008: McCain +3%


    District 62:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2008: McCain +8%


    District 63:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2008: McCain +10%




    New York's 1st district covers East Long Island, including the city of Brookhaven. The 2nd district covers Belle Terre, Port Jefferson and Lake Grove. The 3rd district covers Islip and Brightwaters. The 4th district covers Smithtown, Island and Head of the Harbor. The 5th district covers Huntington. The 6th district covers Oyster Bay, Glen Cove and Bayville.

    The 7th district covers northwestern Nassau County, including Garden City, Kings Point and Manorhaven. The 8th district covers the south of Nassau County, including Long Beach and Freeport. The 9th district covers Hempstead. The 10th district covers Malverne and Valley Stream in Nassau County, as well as the extreme east of Queens, including Springfield Gardens, Cambria Heights and Queens Village.

    New York's 11th district is in Queens, covering the Rockaway, as well as JFK Airport. The 12th district covers northeast Queens, including Whitestone, Beechhusrt, Bay Side, Murray Hill and College Point. The 13th district covers Fresh Meadows, Kew Gardens Hill and Oakland Gardens. The 14th district covers Glendale and Woodhaven in western Queens. The 15th covers LaGuardia Airport, Jackson Heights and Corona. The 16th district covers Elmhurst and Long Island City.

    The 17th district covers northwestern Queens in Astoria, as well as Roosevelt Island and the Randalls and Wards Islands in Manhattan, as well as the southern Bronx, including Mott Haven, Port Morris and Hunts Point. The 18th district is in eastern Brooklyn, including East New York, Canarsie and Brownsville. The 19th district covers southern Brooklyn, including Coney Island to Bergen Beach in the northeast. The 20th district covers East Flatbush.

    The 21st district covers Kensington, Parkville and Midwood. The 22nd district covers most of Staten Island. The 23rd district covers the northeastern portion of Staten Island, in addition to Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn. The 24th district covers Bay Ridge, Sunset Park and New Utrecht. The 25th district covers Bedford-Stuvyesant and Clinton Hill. The 26th district covers Bushwick, Williamsburg and Greenpoint.

    The 27th district covers northwestern Brooklyn, Red Hook, Park Slope and Dumbo, as well as southern Manhattan, including Wall Street and Tribeca. The 28th district covers south-central Manhattan, including West Village, Greenwich Village and East Village. The 29th district covers Midtown Manhattan, Hells Kitchen and Upper East Side. The 30th district covers Central Park, Harlem and East Harlem. The 31st district covers the Upper West Side and Morningside Heights. The 32nd district covers northern Manhattan, as well as Riverdale and Fieldston, in the Bronx.

    The 33rd district covers the entire eastern part of the Bronx. The 34th district covers Highbridge, Morrisania, Tremont, Morris Heights and University Heights. The 35th district covers Morris Park, Eastchester, Wakefield, and Mount Vernon, north of New York. The 36th district covers Belmont, East Tremont and West Farms.

    The 37th district covers the southwest of Westchester County, including Yonkers. The 38th district covers the north of Westchester County. The 39th district covers the southeast of Westchester County. The 40th district covers the entire county of Rockland. The 41st district covers the southern portion of Orange County. The 42nd district covers most of Putnam County and southern Dutchess County.

    The 43rd district covers the districts of Sullivan and Ulster, as well as the north of Orange County. The 44th district covers the capital of New York, Albany. The 45th district is north of the 42nd and 43rd. The 46th district covers the counties of Rensselaer, Washington and the south of Saratoga County. The 47th district is south of the 44th, including Schenectady. The 48th district covers northeast New York.

    The 49th district covers northern New York. The 50th district covers the city of Rochester. The 51st district is west and south of Rochester, including Greece, North Greece and Henrietta. The 52nd district is east of Rochester, including Penfield, Williamson and Farmington. The 53rd district is north of Syracuse, including Auburn, Camillus and Van Buren.

    The 54th district covers the counties of Oneida and Herkimer, including the city of Utica. The 55th district covers the counties of Broome and Tioga, in addition to the east of the county of Chemung. The 56th district covers the city of Syracuse. The 57th district is south of Syracuse.

    The 58th district covers the city of Buffalo. 59th covers the northern suburbs of Buffalo, in addition to the counties of Niagara and Orleans. The 60th district is east of Buffalo, including Amherst and Clarence. The 61st district is south of the 58th and 60th. The 62nd district covers southwestern New York. The 63rd district covers a portion of central New York.


    District 1 – Tossup in 2020
    Tim Bishop (D-Southampton/Suffolk) , first elected in 2002

    District 2 – Lean R in 2020
    Kenneth LaValle (R-Port Jefferson/Suffolk) , first elected in 1988

    District 3 – Safe R in 2020
    Peter T. King (R-Seaford/Nassau) , first elected in 1992

    District 4 – Tossup in 2020
    Mike Fitzpatrick (R-St. James/Suffolk) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Philip Ramos (D-Hauppauge/Suffolk) , elected in 2018

    District 5 – Tossup in 2020
    John Flanagan (R-Huntington/Suffolk) , first elected in 2000, defeated in 2018
    Jim Gaughran (D-Northport/Suffolk) , elected in 2018

    District 6 – Lean D in 2020
    Thomas Suozzi (D-Glen Cove/Nassau) , first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Lean D in 2020
    Kathleen Rice (D-Garden City/Nassau) , first elected in 2014

    District 8 – Likely D in 2020
    Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach/Nassau) , first elected in 2016

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Kevin Thomas (D-Levittown/Nassau) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Gregory Meeks (D-Queens) , first elected in 1998, special

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    James Sanders Jr. (D-Queens) , first elected in 2012

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Grace Meng (D-Queens) , first elected in 2012

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    John Liu (D-Queens) , first elected in 2010

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    David Weprin (D-Queens) , first elected in 2010

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Catalina Cruz (D-Queens) , first elected in 2016

    District 16 – Safe D in 2020
    Joe Crowley (D-Queens) , first elected in 1998

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Adriano Espaillat (D-Manhattan) , first elected in 2016

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Hakeem Jeffries (D-Queens) , first elected in 2012

    District 19 – Lean D in 2020
    Chaim Deutsch (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 2016

    District 20 – Safe D in 2020
    Jumaane Williams (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 2014

    District 21 – Likely D in 2020
    Helene Weinstein (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 1994

    District 22 – Safe R in 2020
    Dan Donovan (R-Staten Island) , first elected in 2015

    District 23 – Safe D in 2020
    Michael McMahon (D-Staten Island) , first elected in 2008

    District 24 – Safe D in 2020
    Félix Ortiz (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 2006

    District 25 – Safe D in 2020
    Yvette Clarke (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 2006

    District 26 – Safe D in 2020
    Nydia Velázquez (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 1992

    District 27 – Safe D in 2020
    Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn) , first elected in 2012

    District 28 – Safe D in 2020
    Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan) , first elected in 1992

    District 29 – Safe D in 2020
    Jerry Nadler (D-Manhattan) , first elected in 1992, special

    District 30 – Safe D in 2020
    Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) , first elected in 2010

    District 31 – Safe D in 2020
    Caroline Kennedy (D-Manhattan) , first elected in 2014

    District 32 – Safe D in 2020
    Alessandra Biaggi (D-Bronx) , first elected in 2016

    District 33 – Safe D in 2020
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Bronx) , first elected in 2016

    District 34 – Safe D in 2020
    Melissa Mark-Viverito (D-Bronx) , first elected in 2012

    District 35 – Safe D in 2020
    Eliot Engel (D-Bronx) , first elected in 1988

    District 36 – Safe D in 2020
    José Serrano (D-Bronx) , first elected in 1990, special

    District 37 – Safe D in 2020
    Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-Yonkers/Westchester) , first elected in 2012

    District 38 – Likely D in 2020
    Sean Patrick Maloney (D-Carmel/Putnam) , first elected in 2012

    District 39 – Safe D in 2020
    Nita Lowey (D-Harrison/Westchester) , first elected in 1988

    District 40 – Likely D in 2020
    David Carlucci (D-Clarkstown/Rockland) , first elected in 2014

    District 41 – Tossup in 2020
    Bill Larkin (R-New Windsor/Orange) , first elected in 1990, retired in 2018
    James Skoufis (D-Woodbury/Orange) , elected in 2018

    District 42 – Tossup in 2020
    Kieran Lalor (R-Fishkill/Dutchess) , first elected in 2014

    District 43 – Lean D in 2020
    Terry Gipson (D-Highland/Ulster) , first elected in 2014

    District 44 – Safe D in 2020
    John McEneny (D-Albany) , first elected in 2000

    District 45 – Tossup in 2020
    John Faso (R-Kinderhook/Columbia) , first elected in 2016, defeated in 2018
    Antonio Delgado (D-Rhinebeck/Dutchess) , elected in 2018

    District 46 – Tossup in 2020
    Kathy Marchione (R-Halfmoon/Saratoga) , first elected in 2010, retired in 2018
    Carrie Woerner (D-Malta/Saratoga) , elected in 2018

    District 47 – Likely R in 2020
    Jim Tedisco (R-Glenville/Schenectady) , first elected in 1996

    District 48 – Lean R in 2020
    Elise Stefanik (R-Schuylerville/Saratoga) , first elected in 2014

    District 49 – Lean R in 2020
    Patty Ritchie (R-Oswegatchie/St. Lawrence) , first elected in 2014

    District 50 – Safe D in 2020
    Louise Slaughter (D-Rochester/Monroe) , first elected in 1986, died in 2018
    Joseph Morelle (D-Irondequoit/Monroe) , elected in 2018, special

    District 51 – Tossup in 2020
    Joseph Robach (R-Greece/Monroe) , first elected in 1998

    District 52 – Tossup in 2020
    Mark Johns (R-Webster/Monroe) , first elected in 2014

    District 53 – Likely R in 2020
    John Katko (R-Camillus/Onondaga) , first elected in 2012

    District 54 – Likely R in 2020
    Claudia Tenney (R-New Hartford/Oneida) , first elected in 2016

    District 55 – Tossup in 2020
    Fred Akshar (R-Endwell/Broome) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Donna Lupardo (D-Endwell/Broome) , elected in 2018

    District 56 – Safe D in 2020
    Dan Maffei (D-DeWitt/Onondaga) , first elected in 2008

    District 57 – Likely D in 2020
    Svante Myrick (D-Ithaca/Tompkins) , first elected in 2016

    District 58 – Safe D in 2020
    Brian Higgins (D-Buffalo/Erie) , first elected in 2004

    District 59 – Likely R in 2020
    Rob Ortt (R-North Tonawanda/Niagara) , first elected in 2014

    District 60 – Lean D in 2020
    Chris Collins (R-Clarence/Erie) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Monica P. Wallace (D-Lancaster/Erie) , elected in 2018

    District 61 – Safe R in 2020
    Jack Quinn III (R-Hamburg/Erie) , first elected in 2012

    District 62 – Safe R in 2020
    Tom Reed (R-Corning/Steuben) , first elected in 2006

    District 63 – Safe R in 2020
    Brian Kolb (R-Richmond/Ontario) , first elected in 2002


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 462 x DEM 340
    2018 – GOP 400
    x DEM 402 (D+62)
     
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    Texas ( 82 Districts)
  • Texas:


    Texas

    Houston

    San Antonio

    Austin

    Dallas-Fort Worth

    El Paso

    South Texas

    District 1:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +8%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +16%

    District 2:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +26%
    President 2008: McCain +33%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +42%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +49%

    District 3:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +61%
    President 2008: Obama +51%
    Governor 2014: Davis +53%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +48%

    District 4:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +56%
    President 2008: Obama +54%
    Governor 2014: Davis +51%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +46%

    District 5:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2016: Clinton +67%
    President 2008: Obama +65%
    Governor 2014: Davis +65%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +59%

    District 6:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +5%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +20%

    District 7:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +45%
    President 2008: Obama +30%
    Governor 2014: Davis +26%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +17%

    District 8:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +3%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +30%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +43%

    District 9:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +23%
    Governor 2014: Davis +19%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +13%

    District 10:
    PVI – R+5
    President 2016: Clinton +2.5%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +21%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +29%

    District 11:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +6%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +31%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +39%

    District 12:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +22%
    President 2008: Obama +12%
    Governor 2014: Davis +5%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +1%

    District 13:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +25%
    President 2008: McCain +31%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +35%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

    District 14:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +17%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +23%

    District 15:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +32%
    President 2008: McCain +22%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +29%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

    District 16:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +37%
    Governor 2014: Davis +36%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +28%

    District 17:
    PVI – D+25
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +44%
    Governor 2014: Davis +47%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +38%

    District 18:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +22%
    President 2008: Obama +13%
    Governor 2014: Davis +8%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +3%

    District 19:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +3.5%
    President 2008: McCain +16%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +21%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +35%

    District 20:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Clinton +3.5%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +11%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +24%

    District 21:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +36%
    President 2008: McCain +39%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +48%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

    District 22:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +17%
    Governor 2014: Davis +15%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +5%

    District 23:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +10%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +19%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +29%

    District 24:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +55%
    Governor 2014: Davis +58%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +49%

    District 25:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Clinton +3%
    President 2008: McCain +6%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +10%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

    District 26:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +36%
    President 2008: Obama +29%
    Governor 2014: Davis +29%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +21%

    District 27:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +28%
    President 2008: McCain +24%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +35%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +43%

    District 28:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +29%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +34%

    District 29:
    PVI – R+18
    President 2016: Trump +31%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +44%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +50%

    District 30:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +13%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +22%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

    District 31:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +3%
    President 2008: McCain +15%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +20%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +28%

    District 32:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +25%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +35%

    District 33:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +12%
    President 2008: McCain +0.2%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +7%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

    District 34:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +3%
    President 2008: McCain +17%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +23%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +33%

    District 35:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: McCain +11%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +15%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +28%

    District 36:
    PVI – R+27
    President 2016: Trump +49%
    President 2008: McCain +43%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +52%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +59%

    District 37:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2016: Clinton +76%
    President 2008: Obama +76%
    Governor 2014: Davis +75%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +72%

    District 38:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Clinton +0.5%
    President 2008: McCain +14%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +22%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +30%

    District 39:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +48%
    Governor 2014: Davis +49%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +42%

    District 40:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +34%
    Governor 2014: Davis +33%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +28%

    District 41:
    PVI – D+9
    President 2016: Clinton +22%
    President 2008: Obama +16%
    Governor 2014: Davis +17%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +13%

    District 42:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +0.3%
    President 2008: McCain +9%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +11%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

    District 43:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +32%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +39%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +48%

    District 44:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +35%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +39%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +47%

    District 45:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +32%
    Governor 2014: Davis +31%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +23%

    District 46:
    PVI – R+14
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +20%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +27%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +37%

    District 47:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +41%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +58%

    District 48:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +27%
    President 2008: McCain +27%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +33%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

    District 49:
    PVI – R+17
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +31%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +40%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +48%

    District 50:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +41%
    President 2008: McCain +39%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +49%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

    District 51:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +19%
    Governor 2014: Davis +10%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +0.5%

    District 52:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +52%
    President 2008: Obama +42%
    Governor 2014: Davis +37%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +29%

    District 53:
    PVI – D+10
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +19%
    Governor 2014: Davis +3%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +0.2%

    District 54:
    PVI – R+35
    President 2016: Trump +67%
    President 2008: McCain +60%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +76%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +79%

    District 55:
    PVI – R+31
    President 2016: Trump +56%
    President 2008: McCain +52%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +68%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +73%

    District 56:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +39%
    President 2008: McCain +37%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +56%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +61%

    District 57:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +50%
    President 2008: McCain +54%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +71%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +74%

    District 58:
    PVI – R+24
    President 2016: Trump +52%
    President 2008: McCain +38%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

    District 59:
    PVI – R+34
    President 2016: Trump +66%
    President 2008: McCain +51%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +66%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +71%

    District 60:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +60%
    President 2008: McCain +51%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +70%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +73%

    District 61:
    PVI – R+23
    President 2016: Trump +40%
    President 2008: McCain +35%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +50%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

    District 62:
    PVI – R+31
    President 2016: Trump +59%
    President 2008: McCain +46%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +61%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +67%

    District 63:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +21%
    President 2008: McCain +18%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +33%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +42%

    District 64:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +38%
    President 2008: Obama +33%
    Governor 2014: Davis +19%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +11%

    District 65:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +44%
    President 2008: Obama +47%
    Governor 2014: Davis +37%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +35%

    District 66:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +42%
    President 2008: Obama +37%
    Governor 2014: Davis +27%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +23%

    District 67:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +27%
    Governor 2014: Davis +14%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +10%

    District 68:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +5%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +12%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +21%

    District 69:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +52%
    President 2008: Obama +47%
    Governor 2014: Davis +44%
    Senator 2014: Alameel +40%

    District 70:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +4%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +14%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

    District 71:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +48%
    President 2008: McCain +39%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +51%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +54%

    District 72:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +46%
    President 2008: McCain +39%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +52%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +56%

    District 73:
    PVI – R+32
    President 2016: Trump +63%
    President 2008: McCain +48%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +63%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +67%

    District 74:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +49%
    President 2008: McCain +37%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +57%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +59%

    District 75:
    PVI – R+29
    President 2016: Trump +56%
    President 2008: McCain +40%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +53%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +61%

    District 76:
    PVI – R+16
    President 2016: Trump +23%
    President 2008: McCain +31%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +37%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +44%

    District 77:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +42%
    President 2008: McCain +40%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +55%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +62%

    District 78:
    PVI – R+28
    President 2016: Trump +44%
    President 2008: McCain +50%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +60%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +66%

    District 79:
    PVI – R+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: McCain +7%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +13%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +19%

    District 80:
    PVI – R+22
    President 2016: Trump +30%
    President 2008: McCain +43%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +49%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +57%

    District 81:
    PVI – R+25
    President 2016: Trump +47%
    President 2008: McCain +36%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +54%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +60%

    District 82:
    PVI – R+21
    President 2016: Trump +37%
    President 2008: McCain +31%
    Governor 2014: Abbott +45%
    Senator 2014: Cornyn +53%


    District 1 – Likely D in 2020
    Carol Alvarado (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2016

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Briscoe Cain (R-Baytown/Harris) , first elected in 2016

    District 3 – Safe D in 2020
    Gene Green (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
    Sylvia Garcia (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

    District 4 – Safe D in 2020
    Adrian Garcia (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe D in 2020
    Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1994

    District 6 – Likely D in 2020
    Annise Parker (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2016

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Al Green (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2004

    District 8 – Tossup in 2020
    John Culberson (R-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2000, defeated in 2018
    Lizzie Fletcher (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    John Whitmire (D-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 1992

    District 10 – Lean D in 2020
    Paul Bettencourt (R-Houston/Harris) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Jon Rosenthal (D-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

    District 11 – Lean R in 2020
    John Zerwas (R-Richmond/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2012

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Ron Reynolds (D-Missouri City/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Safe R in 2020
    Randy Weber (R-Alvin/Brazoria) , first elected in 2012

    District 14 – Likely R in 2020
    Pat Hallisey (R-League City/Galveston) , first elected in 2012

    District 15 – Safe R in 2020
    Dade Phelan (R-Beaumont/Jefferson) , first elected in 2016

    District 16 – Safe D in 2020
    Trey Martinez Fischer (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2012

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    Joaquin Castro (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2012

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Ciro Rodriguez (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 2006

    District 19 – Likely R in 2020
    Will Hurd (R-Helotes/Bexar) , first elected in 2014

    District 20 – Likely D in 2020
    Lamar Smith (R-San Antonio/Bexar) , first elected in 1986, retired in 2018
    Roland Gutierrez (D-San Antonio/Bexar) , elected in 2018

    District 21 – Safe R in 2020
    Donna Campbell (R-New Braunfels/Comal) , first elected in 2016

    District 22 – Safe D in 2020
    Kirk Watson (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 2004

    District 23 – Safe R in 2020
    Dawn Buckingham (R-Horseshoe Bay/Llano) , first elected in 2016

    District 24 – Safe D in 2020
    Lloyd Doggett (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 1994

    District 25 – Lean D in 2020
    Marsha Farney (R-Georgetown/Williamson) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Vikki Goodwin (D-Austin/Travis) , elected in 2018

    District 26 – Safe D in 2020
    Sarah Eckhardt (D-Austin/Travis) , first elected in 2016

    District 27 – Safe R in 2020
    John Carter (R-Round Rock/Williamson) , first elected in 2002

    District 28 – Likely R in 2020
    Scott Cosper (R-Killeen/Bell) , first elected in 2016

    District 29 – Safe R in 2020
    Kyle Deaver (R-Waco/McLennan) , first elected in 2016

    District 30 – Safe R in 2020
    John Ratcliffe (R-Heath/Texas) , first elected in 2016

    District 31 – Tossup in 2020
    Pete Sessions (R-Dallas) , first elected in 1996, defeated in 2018
    Colin Allred (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

    District 32 – Likely R in 2020
    Sam Johnson (R-Plano/Collins) , first elected in 1991, retired in 2018
    Van Taylor (R-Plano/Collins) , elected in 2018

    District 33 – Likely D in 2020
    Don Huffines (R-Dallas) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Nathan M. Johnson (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

    District 34 – Lean R in 2020
    Ron Simmons (R-Carrolton/Denton) , first elected in 2016

    District 35 – Lean D in 2020
    Jeb Hensarling (R-Dallas) , first elected in 2002, retired in 2018
    John Turner (D-Dallas) , elected in 2018

    District 36 – Safe R in 2020
    Joe Barton (R-Ennis/Ellis) , first elected in 1984, retired in 2018
    John Wray (R-Waxahachie/Ellis) , elected in 2018

    District 37 – Safe D in 2020
    Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Dallas) , first elected in 1992

    District 38 – Tossup in 2020
    Kenny Marchant (R-Coppell/Dallas) , first elected in 2004, defeated in 2018
    Julie Johnson (D-Irving/Dallas) , elected in 2018

    District 39 – Safe D in 2020
    Jessica González (D-Dallas) , first elected in 2016

    District 40 – Safe D in 2020
    Chris Turner (D-Grand Prairie/Dallas) , first elected in 2014

    District 41 – Safe D in 2020
    Carl Sherman (D-DeSoto/Dallas) , first elected in 2014

    District 42 – Tossup in 2020
    Ron Wright (R-Arlington/Tarrant) , first elected in 2016, defeated in 2018
    Finnigan Jones (D-Arlington/Tarrant) , elected in 2018

    District 43 – Safe R in 2020
    George Prescott Bush (R-Fort Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 2016

    District 44 – Safe R in 2020
    Roger Williams (R-Weatherford/Parker) , first elected in 2012

    District 45 – Safe D in 2020
    Marc Veasey (D-Forth Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 2012

    District 46 – Safe R in 2020
    Kay Granger (R-Fort Worth/Tarrant) , first elected in 1996

    District 47 – Safe R in 2020
    Michael C. Burgess (R-Highland Village/Denton) , first elected in 2002

    District 48 – Safe R in 2020
    Lynn Stucky (R-Sanger/Denton) , first elected in 2014

    District 49 – Safe R in 2020
    Scott Sanford (R-McKinney/Collin) , first elected in 2016

    District 50 – Safe R in 2020
    Reggie Smith (R-Van Alstyne/Collin) , first elected in 2016

    District 51 – Safe D in 2020
    Silvestre Reyes (D-El Paso) , first elected in 1996

    District 52 – Safe D in 2020
    Beto O'Rourke (D-El Paso) , first elected in 2012, retired in 2018 to run for senator
    Veronica Escobar (D-El Paso) , elected in 2018

    District 53 – Safe D in 2020
    Pete Gallego (D-Alpine/Brewster) , first elected in 2012

    District 54 – Safe R in 2020
    Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon/Donley) , first elected in 1994

    District 55 – Safe R in 2020
    Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo/Potler) , first elected in 2006

    District 56 – Safe R in 2020
    Jodey Arrington (R-Lubbock) , first elected in 2016

    District 57 – Safe R in 2020
    Mike Conaway (R-Midland) , first elected in 2004

    District 58 – Safe R in 2020
    Gary VanDeaver (R-New Boston/Bowie) , first elected in 2014

    District 59 – Safe R in 2020
    Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls/Wichita) , first elected in 2010

    District 60 – Safe R in 2020
    Stan Lambert (R-Abilene/Taylor) , first elected in 2014

    District 61 – Safe R in 2020
    Harvey Hilderbran (R-Kerrville/Kerr) , first elected in 2012

    District 62 – Safe R in 2020
    Sid Miller (R-Stephenville/Erath) , first elected in 2012

    District 63 – Safe R in 2020
    David Emery (R-Lytle/Atascosa) , first elected in 2014

    District 64 – Safe D in 2020
    Filemon Vela Jr. (D-Brownsville/Cameron) , first elected in 2012

    District 65 – Safe D in 2020
    Armando Martinez (D-Weslasco/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2014

    District 66 – Safe D in 2020
    Vicente Gonzalez (D-McAllen/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2016

    District 67 – Safe D in 2020
    Norma Ramirez (D-Edinburg/Hidalgo) , first elected in 2016

    District 68 – Tossup in 2020
    Blake Farenthold (R-Corpus Christi/Nueces) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Abel Herrero (D-Corpus Christi/Nueces) , elected in 2018

    District 69 – Safe D in 2020
    Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo/Webb) , first elected in 2004

    District 70 – Likely R in 2020
    J. M. Lozano (R-Kingsville/Kleberg) , first elected in 2014

    District 71 – Safe R in 2020
    Chris Paddie (R-Marshall/Harrison) , first elected in 2016

    District 72 – Safe R in 2020
    Louie Gohmert (R-Tyler/Smith) , first elected in 2004

    District 73 – Safe R in 2020
    Bob Hall (R-Edgewood/Van Zandt) , first elected in 2014

    District 74 – Safe R in 2020
    Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville/Cherokee) , first elected in 1998

    District 75 – Safe R in 2020
    Brian Babin (R-Woodville/Tyler) , first elected in 2014

    District 76 – Safe R in 2020
    Ted Poe (R-Humble/Harris) , first elected in 2004, retired in 2018
    Dan Crenshaw (R-Houston/Harris) , elected in 2018

    District 77 – Safe R in 2020
    Bill Flores (R-Bryan/Brazon) , first elected in 2010

    District 78 – Safe R in 2020
    Kevin Brady (R-The Woodlands/Montgomery) , first elected in 1996

    District 79 – Lean D in 2020
    Patricia Harless (R-Spring/Dallas) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    Jarvis Johnson (D-Houston/Dallas) , elected in 2018

    District 80 – Safe R in 2020
    Dan Patrick (R-Cypress/Harris) , first elected in 2012

    District 81 – Safe R in 2020
    Michael Cloud (R-Victoria) , first elected in 2016

    District 82 – Safe R in 2020
    Troy Nehls (R-Richmond/Fort Bend) , first elected in 2016


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 517 x DEM 367
    2018 – GOP 444 x DEM 440 (D+73)
     
    California (121 Districts)
  • California:


    California

    San Francisco

    Sacramento

    San Jose

    Los Angeles and Orange County

    San Diego

    District 1:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +15%
    President 2008: Obama +25%

    District 2:
    PVI – R+19
    President 2016: Trump +37%
    President 2008: McCain +26%

    District 3:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +7%
    President 2008: McCain +4%

    District 4:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +5%
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 5:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +13%
    President 2008: McCain +13%

    District 6:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +31%

    District 7:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +49%
    President 2008: Obama +53%

    District 8:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +61%
    President 2008: Obama +67%

    District 9:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +45%
    President 2008: Obama +41%

    District 10:
    PVI – D+35
    President 2016: Clinton +76%
    President 2008: Obama +69%

    District 11:
    PVI – D+37
    President 2016: Clinton +76%
    President 2008: Obama +73%

    District 12:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2016: Clinton +72%
    President 2008: Obama +68%

    District 13:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +54%
    President 2008: Obama +45%

    District 14:
    PVI – D+26
    President 2016: Clinton +60%
    President 2008: Obama +49%

    District 15:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +36%

    District 16:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +4%

    District 17:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +29%

    District 18:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +55%
    President 2008: Obama +48%

    District 19:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +17%
    President 2008: Obama +11%

    District 20:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +11%

    District 21:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: McCain +4%

    District 22:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +6%
    President 2008: McCain +0.001%

    District 23:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +36%
    President 2008: Obama +30%

    District 24:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 25:
    PVI – D+31
    President 2016: Clinton +64%
    President 2008: Obama +61%

    District 26:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2016: Clinton +79%
    President 2008: Obama +76%

    District 27:
    PVI – D+39
    President 2016: Clinton +79%
    President 2008: Obama +77%

    District 28:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +60%
    President 2008: Obama +55%

    District 29:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +38%
    President 2008: Obama +31%

    District 30:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +30%

    District 31:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +34%
    President 2008: Obama +27%

    District 32:
    PVI – D+28
    President 2016: Clinton +58%
    President 2008: Obama +51%

    District 33:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +40%

    District 34:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +51%

    District 35:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +53%
    President 2008: Obama +44%

    District 36:
    PVI – D+32
    President 2016: Clinton +66%
    President 2008: Obama +49%

    District 37:
    PVI – D+19
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +36%

    District 38:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 39:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +7%

    District 40:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +42%
    President 2008: Obama +34%

    District 41:
    PVI – D+27
    President 2016: Clinton +55%
    President 2008: Obama +56%

    District 42:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +41%
    President 2008: Obama +38%

    District 43:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +18%
    President 2008: Obama +14%

    District 44:
    PVI – R+11
    President 2016: Trump +17%
    President 2008: McCain +18%

    District 45:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +9%
    President 2008: McCain +12%

    District 46:
    PVI – D+16
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +31%

    District 47:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: McCain +2%

    District 48:
    PVI – R+9
    President 2016: Trump +12%
    President 2008: McCain +16%

    District 49:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +19%
    President 2008: McCain +24%

    District 50:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +4%
    President 2008: McCain +3%

    District 51:
    PVI – R+10
    President 2016: Trump +14%
    President 2008: McCain +18%

    District 52:
    PVI – R+3
    President 2016: Clinton +2%
    President 2008: McCain +4%

    District 53:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +40%
    President 2008: Obama +37%

    District 54:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +5%

    District 55:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +23%

    District 56:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +25%
    President 2008: Obama +18%

    District 57:
    PVI – D+5
    President 2016: Clinton +15%
    President 2008: Obama +7%

    District 58:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +10%
    President 2008: Obama +6%

    District 59:
    PVI – R+7
    President 2016: Trump +10%
    President 2008: McCain +10%

    District 60:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +11%

    District 61:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +62%
    President 2008: Obama +52%

    District 62:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +36%
    President 2008: Obama +26%

    District 63:
    PVI – D+14
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +27%

    District 64:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +49%
    President 2008: Obama +42%

    District 65:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +60%
    President 2008: Obama +53%

    District 66:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +63%
    President 2008: Obama +57%

    District 67:
    PVI – D+30
    President 2016: Clinton +67%
    President 2008: Obama +59%

    District 68:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +48%
    President 2008: Obama +35%

    District 69:
    PVI – D+34
    President 2016: Clinton +69%
    President 2008: Obama +61%

    District 70:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +25%

    District 71:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +28%

    District 72:
    PVI – D+23
    President 2016: Clinton +49%
    President 2008: Obama +35%

    District 73:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +61%
    President 2008: Obama +49%

    District 74:
    PVI – D+44
    President 2016: Clinton +86%
    President 2008: Obama +90%

    District 75:
    PVI – D+24
    President 2016: Clinton +55%
    President 2008: Obama +42%

    District 76:
    PVI – D+35
    President 2016: Clinton +73%
    President 2008: Obama +57%

    District 77:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2016: Clinton +75%
    President 2008: Obama +71%

    District 78:
    PVI – D+40
    President 2016: Clinton +80%
    President 2008: Obama +74%

    District 79:
    PVI – D+44
    President 2016: Clinton +88%
    President 2008: Obama +88%

    District 80:
    PVI – D+38
    President 2016: Clinton +77%
    President 2008: Obama +69%

    District 81:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +29%
    President 2008: Obama +21%

    District 82:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +8%
    President 2008: Obama +3%

    District 83:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +27%
    President 2008: Obama +21%

    District 84:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +41%

    District 85:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +14%

    District 86:
    PVI – D+11
    President 2016: Clinton +30%
    President 2008: Obama +18%

    District 87:
    PVI – D+29
    President 2016: Clinton +63%
    President 2008: Obama +49%

    District 88:
    PVI – D+8
    President 2016: Clinton +26%
    President 2008: Obama +13%

    District 89:
    PVI – D+36
    President 2016: Clinton +72%
    President 2008: Obama +70%

    District 90:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +36%

    District 91:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +39%
    President 2008: Obama +29%

    District 92:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +48%
    President 2008: Obama +41%

    District 93:
    PVI – R+1
    President 2016: Clinton +1.5%
    President 2008: McCain +1%

    District 94:
    PVI – D+15
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +29%

    District 95:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +19%
    President 2008: Obama +13%

    District 96:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +31%
    President 2008: Obama +17%

    District 97:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +2%
    President 2008: McCain +13%

    District 98:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +11%
    President 2008: McCain +0.2%

    District 99:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +1.5%
    President 2008: McCain +2.5%

    District 100:
    PVI – D+13
    President 2016: Clinton +35%
    President 2008: Obama +15%

    District 101:
    PVI – D+7
    President 2016: Clinton +24%
    President 2008: McCain +6%

    District 102:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +3.5%
    President 2008: McCain +6%

    District 103:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +4%
    President 2008: McCain +14%

    District 104:
    PVI – D+22
    President 2016: Clinton +51%
    President 2008: Obama +36%

    District 105:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +14%
    President 2008: Obama +4%

    District 106:
    PVI – R+6
    President 2016: Trump +1%
    President 2008: McCain +6%

    District 107:
    PVI – R+4
    President 2016: Trump +0.001%
    President 2008: McCain +2%

    District 108:
    PVI – D+1
    President 2016: Clinton +7%
    President 2008: Obama +1%

    District 109:
    PVI – R+12
    President 2016: Trump +20%
    President 2008: McCain +15%

    District 110:
    PVI – D+3
    President 2016: Clinton +13%
    President 2008: Obama +7%

    District 111:
    PVI – R+13
    President 2016: Trump +18%
    President 2008: McCain +22%

    District 112:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +9%
    President 2008: Obama +0.2%

    District 113:
    PVI – D+2
    President 2016: Clinton +15%
    President 2008: Obama +3%

    District 114:
    PVI – D+12
    President 2016: Clinton +32%
    President 2008: Obama +25%

    District 115:
    PVI – EVEN
    President 2016: Clinton +10%
    President 2008: McCain +3%

    District 116:
    PVI – D+20
    President 2016: Clinton +46%
    President 2008: Obama +36%

    District 117:
    PVI – D+21
    President 2016: Clinton +48%
    President 2008: Obama +40%

    District 118:
    PVI – D+17
    President 2016: Clinton +43%
    President 2008: Obama +26%

    District 119:
    PVI – D+6
    President 2016: Clinton +20%
    President 2008: Obama +8%

    District 120:
    PVI – R+8
    President 2016: Trump +11%
    President 2008: McCain +12%

    District 121:
    PVI – D+18
    President 2016: Clinton +42%
    President 2008: Obama +30%



    District 1 – Safe D in 2020
    Wesley Chesbro (D-Arcata/Humboldt) , first elected in 2008

    District 2 – Safe R in 2020
    Jim Nielsen (R-Red Bluff/Tehama) , first elected in 1988

    District 3 – Likely R in 2020
    Wendell Anderson (R-Yuba City/Yuba) , first elected in 2014

    District 4 – Lean R in 2020
    Doug LaMalfa (R-Oroville/Butte) , first elected in 2012

    District 5 – Safe R in 2020
    Kevin Kiley (R-Rocklin/Placer) , first elected in 2016

    District 6 – Safe D in 2020
    Mike Thompson (D-St. Helena/Napa) , first elected in 1998

    District 7 – Safe D in 2020
    Jim Wood (D-Santa Rosa/Sonoma) , first elected in 2016

    District 8 – Safe D in 2020
    Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael/Marin) , first elected in 2012

    District 9 – Safe D in 2020
    Bob Sampayan (D-Vallejo/Solano) , first elected in 2016

    District 10 – Safe D in 2020
    Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) , first elected in 1987

    District 11 – Safe D in 2020
    Fiona Ma (D-San Francisco) , first elected in 2012

    District 12 – Safe D in 2020
    Kevin Mullin (D-South San Francisco) , first elected in 2014

    District 13 – Safe D in 2020
    Jackie Speier (D-Hillsborough/San Mateo) , first elected in 2008, special

    District 14 – Safe D in 2020
    Anna Eshoo (D-Atherton/San Mateo) , first elected in 1992

    District 15 – Safe D in 2020
    Heather Fargo (D-Sacramento) , first elected in 2006

    District 16 – Lean R in 2020
    Andy Pugno (R-Fair Oaks/Sacramento) , first elected in 2014

    District 17 – Safe D in 2020
    John Garamendi (D-Walnut Grove/Sacramento) , first elected in 2009

    District 18 – Safe D in 2020
    Doris Matsui (D-Sacramento) , first elected in 2005

    District 19 – Likely D in 2020
    Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) , first elected in 2006

    District 20 – Safe R in 2020
    Ted Gaines (R-El Dorado Hills/El Dorado) , first elected in 2012

    District 21 – Likely R in 2020
    George Radanovich (R-Mariposa) , first elected in 1994

    District 22 – Lean D in 2020
    Tom McClintock (R-Elk Grove/Sacramento) , first elected in 2008, defeated in 2018
    Ami Bera (D-Elk Grove/Sacramento) , elected in 2018

    District 23 – Safe D in 2020
    Jerry McNerney (D-Stockton/San Joaquin) , first elected in 1994

    District 24 – Tossup in 2020
    Kristin Olsen (R-Riverbank/Stanislaus) , first elected in 2012, defeated in 2018
    José Moreno Hernández (D-Manteca/San Joanquin) , elected in 2018

    District 25 – Safe D in 2020
    Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond/Contra Costa) , first elected in 2016

    District 26 – Safe D in 2020
    Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley/Alameda) , first elected in 2010

    District 27 – Safe D in 2020
    Barbara Lee (D-Oakland/Alameda) , first elected in 1998, special

    District 28 – Safe D in 2020
    Mary Hayashi (D-Castro Valley/Alameda) , first elected in 2010

    District 29 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark DeSaulnier (D-Concord/Contra Costa) , first elected in 2014

    District 30 – Safe D in 2020
    Jim Frazier (D-Oakley/Contra Costa) , first elected in 2014

    District 31 – Safe D in 2020
    Eric Swalwell (D-Dublin/Alameda) , first elected in 2012

    District 32 – Safe D in 2020
    Ro Khanna (D-Fremont/Alameda) , first elected in 2016

    District 33 – Safe D in 2020
    Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose/Santa Clara) , first elected in 1994

    District 34 – Safe D in 2020
    Larry Klein (D-Sunnyvale/Santa Clara) , first elected in 2016

    District 35 – Safe D in 2020
    Lisa Gillmor (D-Santa Clara) , first elected in 2016

    District 36 – Safe D in 2020
    Sam Liccardo (D-San Jose/Santa Clara) , first elected in 2016

    District 37 – Safe D in 2020
    Evan Low (D-Campbell/Santa Clara) , first elected in 2014

    District 38 – Likely D in 2020
    Tony Madrigal (D-Modesto/Stanislaus) , first elected in 2016

    District 39 – Likely D in 2020
    Josh Harder (D-Turlock/Stanislaus) , first elected in 2016

    District 40 – Safe D in 2020
    Ron Gonzales (D-San Jose) , first elected in 2006

    District 41 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark Stone (D-Scotts Valley/Santa Cruz) , first elected in 2014

    District 42 – Safe D in 2020
    Jimmy Panetta (D-Carmel Valley Village/Monterrey) , first elected in 2016

    District 43 – Safe D in 2020
    Robert Rivas (D-Hollister/San Benito) , first elected in 2016

    District 44 – Safe R in 2020
    Jeff Hollowell (R-Inyo) , first elected in 2014

    District 45 – Safe R in 2020
    Ashley Swearengin (R-Fresno) , first elected in 2014

    District 46 – Safe D in 2020
    Jim Costa (D-Fresno) , first elected in 2004

    District 47 – Lean R in 2020
    David Valadao (R-Hanford/Kings) , first elected in 2012

    District 48 – Safe R in 2020
    Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) , first elected in 2002

    District 49 – Safe R in 2020
    Karen Goh (R-Bakersfield/Kern) , first elected in 2014

    District 50 – Lean D in 2020
    Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield/Kern) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Michael Rubio (D-Bakersfield/Kern) , elected in 2018

    District 51 – Safe R in 2020
    Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield/Kern) , first elected in 2006

    District 52 – Tossup in 2020
    Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria/Santa Barbara) , first elected in 2010

    District 53 – Safe D in 2020
    Salud Carbajal (D-Santa Barbara) , first elected in 2016

    District 54 – Lean D in 2020
    Tony Strickland (R-Moorpark/Ventura) , first elected in 2010, defeated in 2018
    Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks/Ventura) , elected in 2018

    District 55 – Safe D in 2020
    Phil Molina (D-Oxnard/Ventura) , first elected in 2016

    District 56 – Safe D in 2020
    Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 57 – Safe D in 2020
    Steve Fox (D-Palmdale/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2014

    District 58 – Likely D in 2020
    Christy Smith (D-Santa Clarina/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 59 – Safe R in 2020
    Julie Hackbarth-McIntyre (R-Barstown/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2016

    District 60 – Safe R in 2020
    Paul Cook (R-Yucca Valley/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2012

    District 61 – Safe D in 2020
    Tony Cárdenas (D-Pacoima/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 62 – Safe D in 2020
    Jesse Gabriel (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 63 – Safe D in 2020
    Adam Schiff (D-Burbank/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2000

    District 64 – Safe D in 2020
    Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks/Los Angeles) , first elected in 1996

    District 65 – Safe D in 2020
    Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 66 – Safe D in 2020
    Kathleen Brown (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 1990

    District 67 – Safe D in 2020
    Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 68 – Safe D in 2020
    Chris Holden (D-Pasadena/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2014

    District 69 – Safe D in 2020
    Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 70 – Safe D in 2020
    Ed Hernandez (D-Azusa/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 71 – Safe D in 2020
    Roger Hernández (D-West Covina/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2010

    District 72 – Safe D in 2020
    Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2006

    District 73 – Safe D in 2020
    Hilda Solis (D-El Monte/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2000

    District 74 – Safe D in 2020
    Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2010

    District 75 – Safe D in 2020
    Maxine Waters (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 1990

    District 76 – Safe D in 2020
    Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 77 – Safe D in 2020
    Antonio Villaraigosa (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 78 – Safe D in 2020
    Xavier Becerra (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 1992

    District 79 – Safe D in 2020
    Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 2014

    District 80 – Safe D in 2020
    Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-Los Angeles) , first elected in 1992

    District 81 – Safe D in 2020
    Norma Torres (D-Pomona/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 82 – Lean D in 2020
    Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2014, defeated in 2018
    Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona/Los Angeles) , elected in 2018

    District 83 – Safe D in 2020
    James Ramos (D-Highland/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2016

    District 84 – Safe D in 2020
    Cheryl Brown (D-Rialto/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2014

    District 85 – Safe D in 2020
    Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Chino/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2012

    District 86 – Safe D in 2020
    Linda Sánchez (D-Whittier/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2002

    District 87 – Safe D in 2020
    Blanca Pacheco (D-Downey/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 88 – Safe D in 2020
    Ted Lieu (D-Torrance/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2014

    District 89 – Safe D in 2020
    Janice Hahn (D-Compton/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2011

    District 90 – Safe D in 2020
    Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2014

    District 91 – Safe D in 2020
    Nanette Barragán (D-San Pedro/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2016

    District 92 – Safe D in 2020
    Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach/Los Angeles) , first elected in 2012

    District 93 – Tossup in 2020
    Pete Aguilar (D-Redlands/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2012

    District 94 – Safe D in 2020
    Eloise Reyes (D-Grand Terrace/San Bernardino) , first elected in 2016

    District 95 – Safe D in 2020
    Mark Takano (D-Riverside) , first elected in 2012

    District 96 – Safe D in 2020
    Grace Napolitano (D-Norwalk/Los Angeles) , first elected in 1998

    District 97 – Lean R in 2020
    Ed Royce (R-Fullerton/Orange) , first elected in 1992, retired in 2018
    Young Kim (R-Fullerton/Orange) , elected in 2018

    District 98 – Likely D in 2020
    Frances Marques (D-Cypress/Orange) , first elected in 2016

    District 99 – Lean R in 2020
    Ken Calvert (R-Corona/Riverside) , first elected in 1992

    District 100 – Safe D in 2020
    Loretta Sanchez (D-Anaheim/Orange) , first elected in 1996

    District 101 – Safe D in 2020
    Diedre Nguyen (D-Garden Grove/Orange) , first elected in 2016

    District 102 – Lean R in 2020
    Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa/Orange) , first elected in 1988

    District 103 – Lean R in 2020
    Brad McGirr (R-Rancho Santa Margarita/Orange) , first elected in 2014

    District 104 – Safe D in 2020
    Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana/Orange) , first elected in 2012

    District 105 – Likely D in 2020
    Steven Choi (R-Irvine/Orange) , first elected in 2010, retired in 2018
    Katie Porter (D-Irvine/Orange) , elected in 2018

    District 106 – Lean R in 2020
    Brian Goodell (R-Mission Viejo/Orange) , first elected in 2016

    District 107 – Lean R in 2020
    Mimi Walters (R-Laguna Niguel/Orange) , first elected in 2014

    District 108 – Likely D in 2020
    Shelly Yarbrough (D-Perris/Riverside) , elected in 2016

    District 109 – Safe R in 2020
    Melissa Melendez (R-Lake Elsinore/Riverside) , first elected in 2014

    District 110 – Safe D in 2020
    Geoff Kors (D-Palm Springs/Riverside) , elected in 2018

    District 111 – Safe R in 2020
    Aaron Adams (R-Temecula/Riverside) , first elected in 2014

    District 112 – Likely D in 2020
    Darrell Issa (R-Vista/San Diego) , first elected in 2000, defeated in 2018
    Cori Schumacher (D-Carlsbad/San Diego) , elected in 2018

    District 113 – Likely D in 2020
    Tasha Boerner Horvath (D-Encinitas/San Diego) , elected in 2016

    District 114 – Safe D in 2020
    Scott Peters (D-San Diego) , elected in 2012

    District 115 – Likely D in 2020
    Barbara Bry (D-San Diego) , elected in 2016

    District 116 – Safe D in 2020
    Susan Davis (D-San Diego) , elected in 2000

    District 117 – Safe D in 2020
    Juan Vargas (D-San Diego) , elected in 2012

    District 118 – Safe D in 2020
    Serge Dedina (D-Imperial Beach/San Diego) , elected in 2016

    District 119 – Safe D in 2020
    Ammar Campa-Najjar (D-Jamul/San Diego) , elected in 2016

    District 120 – Likely R in 2020
    Duncan D. Hunter (R-Lakeside/San Diego) , first elected in 2008, defeated in 2018
    Bill Wells (R-El Cajon/San Diego) , elected in 2018

    District 121 – Safe D in 2020
    Raul Ruiz (D-Coachella/Riverside) , elected in 2012


    Total:
    2016 – GOP 549 x DEM 456
    2018 – GOP 469 x DEM 536 (D+80)
     
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    House Demographics
  • HOUSE DEMOGRAPHICS


    Gender



    The 2018 election resulted in the largest number of women elected in history, 267 Congresswoman, 27% of members of Congress, increasing the previous record obtained in 2016, with 243 Congresswoman, 24% of House.
    Much of this increase is due to the Democratic party, considering that only 15% of GOP members are women (both in 2016 and 2018), while the number in the Democratic party has risen from 35% to 36%.
    Even during the time of GOP majority in the House, the number of women in the Democratic party was almost twice that of the Republican party.
    The greatest equality between men and women occurs among black congressmen, with an advantage of only 59% to 41% for men.


    Race


    The 2018 election also resulted in a less white and more diverse congress, with the number of white congressmen decreasing from 80% to 77%.
    After the 2018 elections, the Congressional division became White 77%, Black 11%, Hispanic 10%, Asian 2% and Native less than 1%. In 2016 it was White 80%, Black 9%, Hispanic 9%, Asian 2% and Native less than 1%.
    This minority gain was also due to the Democrats. The GOP became an even whiter party, going from 95% white to 96% white in 2018, with 3% hispanic. The racial divide within the Democratic Party remained exactly the same from 2016 to 2018: white 61%, black 19%, hispanic 17%, Asian 4% and native less than 1%.


    Age


    The congress also became younger after the 2018 election.
    2016: Silent 7%, Baby Boomers 58%, Generation X 30%, Millennials 4%
    2018: Silent 6%, Baby Boomers 55%, Generation X 34%, Millennials 5%
    Both parties became younger, but the effect was more pronounced among Democrats, where the Silent + Baby Boomers generations dropped from 68% to 61%. In the GOP, these generations decreased from 64% to 60%.
     
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