United States House of Representatives elections, 2010

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United States House of Representatives elections, 2010
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All 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 5 (of the 6) non-voting members
218 seats needed for a majority
Turnout 40.9%[2]
  Majority party Minority party
  John Boehner 111th Congress 2009.jpg Nancy Pelosi, official photo portrait, 111th Congress.jpg
Leader John Boehner[1] Nancy Pelosi[3]
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat Ohio-8th California-8th
Last election 178 seats, 42.6% of votes[4] 257 seats, 53.2%[4]
Seats before 179 seats (incl. 1 vacancy) 256 seats (incl. 1 vacancy)
Seats won 242 [5] 193[5]
Seat change Increase 63 Decrease 63
Popular vote 44,827,441[5] 38,980,192[5]
Percentage 51.7%[5] 44.9%[5]
Swing Increase 9.1%[4][5] Decrease 8.3%[4][5]

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Results:
  Democratic hold
  Democratic gain
  Republican hold
  Republican gain

Speaker before election

Nancy Pelosi
Democratic

Elected Speaker

John Boehner
Republican

The 2010 United States House of Representatives elections, were held on November 2, 2010, as part of the 2010 midterm elections (along with Senate elections), at the midpoint of President Barack Obama's first term in office. Voters of the 50 U.S. states chose 435 U.S. Representatives. Voters of the U.S. territories, commonwealths, and the District of Columbia chose their non-voting delegates.[a]

Republicans regained control of the chamber they had lost in the 2006 midterm elections, picking up a net total of 63 seats and erasing the gains Democrats made in 2006 and 2008. Although the sitting U.S. President's party usually loses seats in a midterm election, the 2010 election resulted in the highest loss of a party in a House midterm election since 1938,[6][7] and the largest House swing since 1948.[8] This also happened to be the Republicans largest gain in House seats since 1938.[9] Republicans gained the most in New York state where they picked up six seats, defeating five incumbents and winning an open Democratic district. The heavy Democratic Party losses were attributed to anger with President Obama, opposition to the Affordable Care Act, large budget deficits, and the weak economy.[10][11][12] This was the third consecutive mid-term election in a president's first term where the Republican Party has made gains in the House of Representatives.

Background[edit]

Following the 2006 elections, Democrats took control of the House as well as the Senate. In the 2008 elections, which coincided with Democrat Barack Obama's victory over Republican John McCain for the presidency, Democrats increased their majorities in both chambers. Of the 435 congressional districts, 242 were carried by Obama, while 193 voted for McCain. Of the districts Obama won, 34 elected a Republican to the House, while 49 of the districts McCain won elected a Democrat.[13]

Republican gains[edit]

The Republicans' 63-seat pickup in the House to take control of that chamber, as well as their six Senate seats gained, signified a dramatic rollback of recent Democratic gains. In the election, Republicans won their greatest number of House seats since 1946.[14] This has been attributed to the continued economic recession, as well as President Obama's controversial stimulus and health care reform bills. Republicans also took control of 29 of the 50 state governorships, and gained 690 seats in state legislatures to hold their greatest number since the 1928 elections.[15] In North Carolina, Republicans won control of both chambers of the state legislature for the first time in 140 years.[16] The Great Lakes region, which had recently favored the Democratic Party, went strongly Republican. In California and the Pacific Northwest, however, the Democrats retained the upper hand.[17]

Results summary[edit]

242 193
Republican Democratic
Parties(and Independents) Seats Popular Vote
2008 2010 Share Vote  %
  Republican Party 178 242 Increase 63 55.6% 44,827,441 51.7% Increase 9.1%
  Democratic Party 257 193 Decrease 63 44.4% 38,980,192 44.9% Decrease 8.3%
  Libertarian Party 1,010,891 1.2% Increase 0.3%
  Independent 519,043 0.6% Steady
  Green Party 252,688 0.3% Decrease 0.2%
  Constitution Party 195,008 0.2% Steady
  Independence Party 118,099 0.1% Steady
  American Independent Party 56,907 0.1% Increase 0.1%
  Tea Party 38,790 <0.1% Steady
  Peace and Freedom Party 30,714 <0.1% Steady
  Conservative Party 24,394 <0.1% Steady
  Independent Green Party 21,374 <0.1% Steady
  Towne for Congress Party 15,248 <0.1% Steady
  Reform Party 9,333 <0.1% Steady
  Socialist Workers Party 8,905 <0.1% Steady
  Independent No War Bailout Party 8,397 <0.1% Steady
  Independent Citizen for Constitutional Government Party 8,001 <0.1% Steady
  Liberty Party 4,387 <0.1% Steady
  Working Families Party 4,148 <0.1% Steady
  Independent Party of Delaware 3,704 <0.1% Steady
  Florida Whig Party 3,244 <0.1% Steady
  Socialist Party 3,222 <0.1% Steady
  Bring Home Troops Party 3,084 <0.1% Steady
  Tax Revolt Independent Party 2,873 <0.1% Steady
  Coalition on Government Reform Party 2,802 <0.1% Steady
  American Congress Party 2,708 <0.1% Steady
  Independent Progressive Party 2,468 <0.1% Steady
  Truth Vision Hope Party 2,154 <0.1% Steady
  Citizen Legislator Party 1,991 <0.1% Steady
  For Americans Party 1,646 <0.1% Steady
  Time for Change Party 1,257 <0.1% Steady
  Action No Talk Party 1,141 <0.1% Steady
  marklovett.us Party 1,123 <0.1% Steady
  Your Country Again Party 1,113 <0.1% Steady
  Agent of Change Party 1,080 <0.1% Steady
  Green Tea Patriots Party 1,017 <0.1% Steady
  United Citizens Party 1,013 <0.1% Steady
  Socialist Action Party 955 <0.1% Steady
  Gravity Buoyancy Solution Party 910 <0.1% Steady
  Tax Revolt Party 798 <0.1% Steady
  American Labor Party 727 <0.1% Steady
  American Renaissance Movement Party 582 <0.1% Steady
  Defend American Constitution Party 521 <0.1% Steady
  Natural Law Party 409 <0.1% Steady
  Be Determined Party 336 <0.1% Steady
  Others 608.119 0.7% Decrease 1.1%
Totals 435 435 0 100.0% 86,784,957 100.0% Steady
Popular vote
Republican
  
51.65%
Democratic
  
44.92%
Libertarian
  
1.16%
Green
  
0.29%
Others
  
1.98%
House seats
Republican
  
55.63%
Democratic
  
44.37%

Sources: House Clerk - Statistics of the Congressional Election, 2010, House Clerk - Statistics of the Congressional Election, 2008

Retiring incumbents[edit]

Thirty-seven incumbents retired.

Democrats[edit]

Seventeen incumbent Democrats retired.

Republicans[edit]

Twenty incumbent Republicans retired.

Incumbents defeated[edit]

There were nine Democrats who survived re-election in the 1994 Republican Revolution, but were defeated this year.

Lost renomination[edit]

Democrats[edit]

Two Democrats lost renomination. One seat remained Democratic, and the other seat was taken by a Republican.

Republicans[edit]

Two Republicans lost renomination. Both seats remained Republican.

Lost re-election[edit]

Fifty-four incumbents lost re-election, almost all of them were Democrats.[53][53]

Democrats[edit]

Fifty-two Democrats lost re-election.

Republicans[edit]

Two Republicans lost re-election.

Open seat gains[edit]

Democratic to Republican[edit]

Fourteen open seats, held by Democrats, were won by Republicans.

Republican to Democratic[edit]

One open seat, held by a Republican, was won by a Democrat.

Predictions[edit]

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The following were predictions of the outcome of the 2010 United States House of Representatives elections.

  • RealClearPolitics.
    • As of November 2, 2010, RCP projected the Republicans would take 224 seats, the Democrats would take 167, and 44 races were toss-ups.[54]
  • Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEight (New York Times)
    • As of November 2, 2010, Nate Silver's prediction model projected the Republicans would win (on average) 232.2 seats, and the Democrats would win 202.8.[55]
  • Patrick Ishmael, Hot Air.com
    • Ishmael predicted on October 31, 2010, that Republicans would win a net of 63 seats, +/- 3 seats.[56] Rasmussen Reports cited Ishmael's calls in its election preview.[57] The week before, Ishmael predicted a net Republican pickup of 62-65 seats.[58]
  • Crystal Ball
    • As of November 1, 2010, Larry Sabato predicted, "If the election were held today: + 55 Republican House seats".[59]
  • Charlie Cook
    • On October 26, 2010, The Cook Political Report raised its House forecast to "a Democratic net loss of 48 to 60 seats, with higher losses possible."[60]
    • In a February 2010 interview with National Journal, he said that "it's very hard to come up with a scenario where Democrats don't lose the House. It's very hard."[61]
  • Rasmussen Reports
    • On November 1, 2010, Scott Rasmussen predicted the Democrats "will likely lose 55 or more seats in the House."[62]
  • Rothenberg Political Report.
    • On October 28, 2010, Rothenberg Political Report predicted "Likely Republican gain of 55-65 seats, with gains at or above 70 seats possible."[63]
    • In April 2010, Stuart Rothenberg wrote on his blog that "…the atmospherics remain strongly behind the GOP, and major Republican House gains are extremely likely" and that "it's clear that the battleground is almost entirely on Democratic soil. Obviously, control of the House is at risk."[64]
  • Congressional Quarterly.
    • In October 2010, Congressional Quarterly projected the Democrats would take 195 seats, the Republicans 199, and they considered 41 races too close to call.[65]
    • In July 2010, Congressional Quarterly projected the Democrats would take 205 seats, the Republicans 190, and they considered 40 races too close to call.[66]

The following table contains the final ratings of the competitiveness of selected races according to noted political analysts. Races which were considered safe for the incumbent's party are not included. Incumbents who did not run for re-election have parentheses around their name.

District Incumbent Cook[67] Rothenberg[68] CQ Politics[69] Sabato's Crystal
Ball
[70]
RealClear[71] Winner
AL-2 Bright (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans D Tossup Roby (R)
AL-5 (Griffith) (R) Likely R Safe R Safe R Likely R Likely R Brooks (R)
AZ-1 Kirkpatrick (D) Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Gosar (R)
AZ-3 (Shadegg) (R) Lean R Safe R Safe R Leans R Leans R Quayle (R)
AZ-5 Mitchell (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Schweikert (R)
AZ-7 Grijalva (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Grijalva (D)
AZ-8 Giffords (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Leans R Giffords (D)
AR-1 (Berry) (D) Lean R Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Crawford (R)
AR-2 (Snyder) (D) Likely R R Favored Likely R Likely R Likely R Griffin (R)
CA-3 Lungren (R) Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Lungren (R)
CA-11 McNerney (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Leans R McNerney (D)
CA-18 Cardoza (D) Likely D Safe D Safe D Likely D Leans D Cardoza (D)
CA-20 Costa (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Leans R Costa (D)
CA-47 Sanchez (D) Leans D Leans D Leans D Likely D Leans D Sanchez (D)
CO-3 Salazar (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Tipton (R)
CO-4 Markey (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Leans R Gardner (R)
CO-7 Perlmutter (D) Leans D D Favored Leans D Likely D Tossup Perlmutter (D)
CT-4 Himes (D) Leans D D Favored Leans D Leans D Tossup Himes (D)
CT-5 C. Murphy (D) Leans D D Favored Leans D Leans D Tossup C. Murphy (D)
DE-AL (Castle) (R) Likely D Leans D Likely D Leans D Leans D Carney (D)
FL-2 Boyd (D) Leans R R Favored Leans R Leans R Leans R Southerland (R)
FL-8 Grayson (D) Likely R R Favored Leans R Leans R Leans R Webster (R)
FL-12 (Putnam) (R) Lean R Tossup/Tilts R Leans R Leans R Likely R Ross (R)
FL-22 Klein (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Leans D Leans R Leans R West (R)
FL-24 Kosmas (D) Lean R R Favored Likely R Leans R Leans R Adams (R)
FL-25 (M. Diaz-Balart) (R) Lean R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Rivera (R)
GA-2 S. Bishop (D) Tossup Leans D Tossup Leans R Leans R S. Bishop (D)
GA-8 Marshall (D) Lean R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Scott (R)
HI-1 Djou (R) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Hanabusa (D)
ID-1 Minnick (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts D Leans D Leans R Tossup Labrador (R)
IL-8 Bean (D) Likely D Safe D Safe D Likely D Leans D Walsh (R)
IL-10 (Kirk) (R) Leans D Tossup/Tilts D Leans D Leans D Tossup Dold (R)
IL-11 Halvorson (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Likely R Kinzinger (R)
IL-14 Foster (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Hultgren (R)
IL-17 Hare (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Schilling (R)
IN-2 Donnelly (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Donnelly (D)
IN-8 (Ellsworth) (D) Likely R R Favored Likely R Likely R Leans R Bucshon (R)
IN-9 Hill (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Leans R Leans R Leans R Young (R)
IA-1 Braley (D) Lean D D Favored Leans D Likely D Leans D Braley (D)
IA-2 Loebsack (D) Lean D D Favored Leans D Likely D Leans D Loebsack (D)
IA-3 Boswell (D) Lean D D Favored Leans D Leans D Leans D Boswell (D)
KS-3 (Moore) (D) Likely R R Favored Likely R Likely R Likely R Yoder (R)
KY-3 Yarmuth (D) Likely D D Favored Likely D Likely D Leans D Yarmuth (D)
KY-6 Chandler (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Chandler (D)
LA-2 Cao (R) Leans D D Favored Likely D Leans D Leans D Richmond (D)
LA-3 (Melancon) (D) Likely R R Favored Safe R Likely R Likely R Landry (R)
ME-1 Pingree (D) Tossup D Favored Leans D Leans D Tossup Pingree (D)
ME-2 Michaud (D) Lean D D Favored Likely D Safe D Tossup Michaud (D)
MD-1 Kratovil (D) Lean R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Harris (R)
MA-4 Frank (D) Lean D Safe D Likely D Likely D Leans D Frank (D)
MA-5 Tsongas (D) Likely D Safe D Likely D Safe D Likely D Tsongas (D)
MA-10 (Delahunt) (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Keating (D)
MI-1 (Stupak) (D) Leans R Tossup/Tilt R Leans R Leans R Leans R Benishek (R)
MI-7 Schauer (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Walberg (R)
MI-9 Peters (D) Lean D Leans D Likely D Leans D Tossup Peters (D)
MN-1 Walz (D) Leans D D Favored Leans D Leans D Leans D Walz (D)
MN-6 Bachmann (R) Likely R Safe R Safe R Likely R Likely R Bachmann (R)
MN-8 Oberstar (D) Tossup D Favored Likely D Leans D Tossup Cravaack (R)
MS-1 Childers (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Nunnelee (R)
MS-4 Taylor (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Palazzo (R)
MO-3 Carnahan (D) Lean D D Favored Likely D Likely D Leans D Carnahan (D)
MO-4 Skelton (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Hartzler (R)
NE-2 Terry (R) Likely R Safe R Safe R Likely R Likely R Terry (R)
NV-3 Titus (D) Lean R Tossup/Tilts R Leans R Leans R Leans R Heck (R)
NH-1 Shea-Porter (D) Lean R R Favored Leans R Leans R Leans R Guinta (R)
NH-2 (Hodes) (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup Bass (R)
NJ-3 Adler (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Leans D Leans R Leans R Runyan (R)
NJ-12 Holt (D) Likely D Safe D Safe D Likely D Leans D Holt (D)
NM-1 Heinrich (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Leans D Leans D Tossup Heinrich (D)
NM-2 Teague (D) Lean R Leans R Tossup Leans R Leans R Pearce (R)
NY-1 T. Bishop (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts D Tossup Likely D Tossup T. Bishop (D)
NY-4 McCarthy (D) Likely D Safe D Likely D Safe D Likely D McCarthy (D)
NY-13 McMahon (D) Lean D D Favored Leans D Likely D Tossup Grimm (R)
NY-19 Hall (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Tossup Hayworth (R)
NY-20 S. Murphy (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Gibson (R)
NY-22 Hinchey (D) Lean D Safe D Likely D Likely D Leans D Hinchey (D)
NY-23 Owens (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Leans R Owens (D)
NY-24 Arcuri (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Hanna (R)
NY-25 Maffei (D) Leans D D Favored Likely D Likely D Leans D Buerkle (R)
NY-29 Zeller (D) Likely R R Favored Safe R Likely R Likely R Reed (R)
NC-2 Etheridge (D) Leans D Tossup/Tilts D Likely D Likely D Tossup Ellmers (R)
NC-7 McIntyre (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts D Leans D Likely D Tossup McIntyre (D)
NC-8 Kissell (D) Tossup Leans D Tossup Leans R Tossup Kissell (D)
NC-11 Shuler (D) Lean D D Favored Likely D Likely D Tossup Shuler (D)
ND-AL Pomeroy (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilt R Tossup Leans R Leans R Berg (R)
OH-1 Driehaus (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Leans R Chabot (R)
OH-6 Wilson (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Johnson (R)
OH-12 Tiberi (R) Likely R Safe R Safe R Likely R Likely R Tiberi (R)
OH-13 Sutton (D) Likely D D Favored Likely D Likely D Leans D Sutton (D)
OH-15 Kilroy (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Likely R Stivers (R)
OH-16 Boccieri (D) Tossup Leans R Tossup Leans R Leans R Renacci (R)
OH-18 Space (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Gibbs (R)
OR-1 Wu (D) Likely D Safe D Likely D Safe D Likely D Wu (D)
OR-5 Schrader (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans D Tossup Schrader (D)
PA-3 Dahlkemper (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Leans R Kelly (R)
PA-4 Altmire (D) Lean D D Favored Likely D Likely D Leans D Altmire (D)
PA-6 Gerlach (R) Likely R Safe R Safe R Likely R Leans R Gerlach (R)
PA-7 (Sestak) (D) Leans R Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Tossup Meehan (R)
PA-8 P. Murphy (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Tossup Fitzpatrick (R)
PA-10 Carney (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Leans R Marino (R)
PA-11 Kanjorski (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Leans R Leans R Tossup Barletta (R)
PA-12 Critz (D) Lean D Pure Tossup Leans D Leans D Tossup Critz (D)
PA-15 Dent (R) Likely R R Favored Leans R Leans R Likely R Dent (R)
PA-17 Holden (D) Likely D Safe D Likely D Likely D Likely D Holden (D)
RI-1 (Kennedy) (D) Lean D Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Cicilline (D)
SC-5 Spratt (D) Tossup Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Mulvaney (R)
SD-AL Herseth Sandlin (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Noem (R)
TN-4 Davis (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Tossup DesJarlais (R)
TN-6 (Gordon) (D) Likely R R Favored Safe R Likely R Likely R Black (R)
TN-8 (Tanner) (D) Likely R R Favored Likely R Likely R Likely R Fincher (R)
TX-17 Edwards (D) Leans R R Favored Likely R Leans R Likely R Flores (R)
TX-23 Rodriguez (D) Tossup Pure Tossup Tossup Leans R Leans R Canseco (R)
TX-27 Ortiz (D) Lean D D Favored Likely D Safe D Tossup Farenthold (R)
VA-2 Nye (D) Lean R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Rigell (R)
VA-5 Perriello (D) Lean R Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Hurt (R)
VA-9 Boucher (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts D Leans D Leans D Tossup Griffith (R)
VA-11 Connolly (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Connolly (D)
WA-2 Larsen (D) Tossup Leans D Leans D Leans D Tossup Larsen (D)
WA-3 (Baird) (D) Lean R Tossup/Tilts R Leans R Leans R Tossup Herrera (R)
WA-8 Reichert (R) Likely R R Favored Leans R Leans R Leans R Reichert (R)
WV-1 (Mollohan) (D) Tossup Pure tossup Tossup Leans R Tossup McKinley (R)
WV-3 Rahall (D) Likely D Safe D Likely D Likely D Leans D Rahall (D)
WI-3 Kind (D) Leans D D Favored Leans D Likely D Tossup Kind (D)
WI-7 (Obey) (D) Tossup Tossup/Tilts R Tossup Leans R Leans R Duffy (R)
WI-8 Kagen (D) Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Leans R Ribble (R)
District Incumbent Cook Rothenberg CQ Politics Sabato's Crystal
Ball
RealClear Winner

Complete list[edit]

  • Most recent election results are listed. Winning candidates are listed in bold.

Key:

Abbreviation Party
AI American Independent Party
AK Alaskan Independence Party
BE Blue Enigma Party
C Constitution Party
Cons Conservative Party
Cov Covenant Party
D Democratic Party
DC D.C. Statehood Green Party
FL Whig Florida Whig Party
G Green Party
I Independent
IA Independent American Party
IG Independent Green Party
IP Independence Party
L Libertarian Party
LU Liberty Union Party
PG Pacific Green Party
PF Peace and Freedom Party
P Progressive Party
Ref Reform Party
R Republican Party
S Socialist Party
SA Socialist Action Party
SW Socialist Workers Party
Tea Tea Party
TL Term Limits Party
TR Tax Revolt Party
TVH Truth Vision Hope Party
U Unity Party
UC United Citizens Party
UST U.S. Taxpayers Party
WF Working Families Party
W-I Write-In Candidate

Alabama[edit]

Alabama's congressional districts
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[72]
Alabama 1 Jo Bonner Republican 2002 Re-elected Jo Bonner (R) 83.0%
David Walter (C) 17.0%
Alabama 2 Bobby Bright Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Martha Roby (R) 51.3%
Bobby Bright (D) 48.7%
Alabama 3 Mike Rogers Republican 2002 Re-elected Mike Rogers (R) 59.1%
Steve Segrest (D) 40.9%
Alabama 4 Robert Aderholt Republican 1996 Re-elected Robert Aderholt (R) unopposed
Alabama 5 Parker Griffith Republican 2008 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Mo Brooks (R) 58.5%
Steve Raby (D) 41.5%
Alabama 6 Spencer Bachus Republican 1992 Re-elected Spencer Bachus (R) unopposed
Alabama 7 Artur Davis Democratic 2002 Retired to run for Governor
Democratic hold
Terri Sewell (D) 72.6%
Don Chamberlain (R) 27.4%

Alaska[edit]

Alaska's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[73]
Alaska at-large Don Young Republican 1973 Re-elected Don Young (R) 69.0%
Harry Crawford (D) 30.5%

Arizona[edit]

Arizona's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[74]
Arizona 1 Ann Kirkpatrick Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Paul Gosar (R) 49.7%
Ann Kirkpatrick (D) 43.7%
Nicole Patti (L) 6.6%
Arizona 2 Trent Franks Republican 2002 Re-elected Trent Franks (R) 64.9%
John Thrasher (D) 31.1%
Powell Gammill (L) 4.0%
Arizona 3 John Shadegg Republican 1994 Retired
Republican hold
Ben Quayle (R) 52.2%
Jon Hulburd (D) 41.1%
Michael Shoen (L) 5.0%
Leonard Clark (G) 1.6%
Arizona 4 Ed Pastor Democratic 1991 Re-elected Ed Pastor (D) 66.9%
Janet Contreras (R) 27.5%
Joe Cobb (L) 3.0%
Rebecca DeWitt (G) 2.6%
Arizona 5 Harry Mitchell Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
David Schweikert (R) 52.0%
Harry Mitchell (D) 43.2%
Nick Coons (L) 4.8%
Arizona 6 Jeff Flake Republican 2000 Re-elected Jeff Flake (R) 66.4%
Rebecca Schneider (D) 29.1%
Richard Grayson (G) 3.1%
Darell Tapp (L) 1.4%
Arizona 7 Raul Grijalva Democratic 2002 Re-elected Raul Grijalva (D) 50.2%
Ruth McClung (R) 44.2%
Harley Meyer (I) 2.8%
George Keane (L) 2.7%
Arizona 8 Gabrielle Giffords Democratic 2006 Re-elected Gabrielle Giffords (D) 48.8%
Jesse Kelly (R) 47.3%
Steven Stoltz (L) 3.9%

Arkansas[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[75]
Arkansas 1 Marion Berry Democratic 1996 Retired
Republican gain
Rick Crawford (R) 51.8%
Chad Causey (D) 43.5%
Ken Adler (G) 4.6%
Arkansas 2 Vic Snyder Democratic 1996 Retired
Republican gain
Tim Griffin (R) 57.9%
Joyce Elliott (D) 38.3%
Lance Levi (I) 2.1%
Lewis Kennedy (G) 1.7%
Arkansas 3 John Boozman Republican 2000 Retired to run for U.S. Seante
Republican hold
Steve Womack (R) 72.4%
David Whitaker (D) 27.6%
Arkansas 4 Mike Ross Democratic 2000 Re-elected Mike Ross (D) 57.5%
Beth Anne Rankin (R) 40.2%
Joshua Drake (G) 2.3%

California[edit]

California's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[76]
California 1 Mike Thompson Democratic 1998 Re-elected Mike Thompson (D) 63.0%
Loren Hanks (R) 31.0%
Carol Wolman (G) 3.5%
Mike Rodrigues (L) 2.5%
California 2 Wally Herger Republican 1988 Re-elected Wally Herger (R) 57.1%
Jim Reed (D) 42.9%
Mark A. Jensen (W/I) 0.0%
California 3 Dan Lungren Republican 1998 Re-elected Dan Lungren (R) 50.1%
Ami Bera (D) 43.2%
Jerry Leidecker (AI) 2.5%
Douglas Arthur Tuma (L) 2.4%
Mike Roskey (PF) 1.8%
California 4 Tom McClintock Republican 2008 Re-elected Tom McClintock (R) 61.3%
Clint Curtis (D) 31.4%
Ben Emery (G) 7.3%
California 5 Doris Matsui Democratic 2005 Re-elected Doris Matsui (D) 72.0%
Paul Smith (R) 25.3%
Gerald Allen Frink (PF) 2.7%
California 6 Lynn Woolsey Democratic 1992 Re-elected Lynn Woolsey (D) 65.9%
Jim Judd (R) 29.6%
Eugene Ruyle (PF) 2.3%
Joel Smolen (L) 2.2%
California 7 George Miller Democratic 1974 Re-elected George Miller (D) 68.3%
Rick Tubbs (R) 31.7%
California 8 Nancy Pelosi Democratic 1987 Re-elected Nancy Pelosi (D) 80.1%
John Dennis (R) 15.1%
Gloria La Riva (PF) 2.5%
Philip Berg (L) 2.3%
Summer Shields (W/I) 0.0%
California 9 Barbara Lee Democratic 1998 Re-elected Barbara Lee (D) 84.3%
Gerald Hashimoto (R) 10.8%
Dave Heller (G) 2.3%
James Eyer (L) 1.9%
Larry Allen (PF) 0.8%
California 10 John Garamendi Democratic 2009 Re-elected John Garamendi (D) 58.8%
Gary Clift (R) 37.9%
Jeremy Cloward (G) 3.3%
California 11 Jerry McNerney Democratic 2006 Re-elected Jerry McNerney (D) 48.0%
David Harmer (R) 46.9%
David Christensen (AI) 5.2%
California 12 Jackie Speier Democratic 2008 Re-elected Jackie Speier (D) 75.6%
Mike Moloney (R) 22.1%
Mark Paul Williams (L) 2.3%
Joseph Michael Harding (W/I) 0.0%
California 13 Pete Stark Democratic 1972 Re-elected Pete Stark (D) 72.0%
Forest Baker (R) 27.7%
Chris Pareja (W/I) 0.3%
California 14 Anna Eshoo Democratic 1992 Re-elected Anna Eshoo (D) 69.1%
Dave Chapman (R) 27.8%
Paul Lazaga (L) 3.1%
California 15 Mike Honda Democratic 2000 Re-elected Mike Honda (D) 67.6%
Scott Kirkland (R) 32.4%
California 16 Zoe Lofgren Democratic 1994 Re-elected Zoe Lofgren (D) 67.8%
Daniel Sahagun (R) 24.3%
Edward Gonzalez (L) 7.9%
California 17 Sam Farr Democratic 1992 Re-elected Sam Farr (D) 66.6%
Jeff Taylor (R) 26.5%
Mary Larkin (L) 4.9%
Eric Petersen (G) 1.9%
Ronald P. Kabat (W/I) 0.1%
California 18 Dennis Cardoza Democratic 2002 Re-elected Dennis Cardoza (D) 58.5%
Michael Clarke Berryhill (R) 41.5%
California 19 George Radanovich Republican 1994 Retired
Republican hold
Jeff Denham (R) 64.6%
Loraine Goodwin (D) 35.1%
Les Marsden (D-W/I) 0.3%
California 20 Jim Costa Democratic 2004 Re-elected Jim Costa (D) 51.7%
Andy Vidak (R) 48.3%
California 21 Devin Nunes Republican 2000 Re-elected Devin Nunes (R) unopposed
California 22 Kevin McCarthy Republican 2006 Re-elected Kevin McCarthy (R) 98.8%
John Uebersax (W/I) 1.2%
California 23 Lois Capps Democratic 1998 Re-elected Lois Capps (D) 57.8%
Tom Watson (R) 37.6%
John Hager (I) 2.9%
Darrell Stafford (L) 1.7%
California 24 Elton Gallegly Republican 1986 Re-elected Elton Gallegly (R) 59.9%
Timothy Allison (D) 40.1%
California 25 Howard McKeon Republican 1992 Re-elected Howard McKeon (R) 61.8%
Jackie Conaway (D) 38.2%
California 26 David Dreier Republican 1980 Re-elected David Dreier (R) 54.1%
Russ Warner (D) 36.5%
David Miller (AI) 6.1%
Randall Weissbuch (L) 3.2%
California 27 Brad Sherman Democratic 1996 Re-elected Brad Sherman (D) 65.2%
Mark Reed (R) 34.8%
California 28 Howard Berman Democratic 1982 Re-elected Howard Berman (D) 69.5%
Merlin Froyd (R) 22.4%
Carlos Rodriguez (L) 8.1%
California 29 Adam Schiff Democratic 2000 Re-elected Adam Schiff (D) 64.8%
John Colbert (R) 32.0%
William Cushing (L) 3.2%
California 30 Henry Waxman Democratic 1974 Re-elected Henry Waxman (D) 64.6%
Chuck Wilkerson (R) 31.9%
Erich Miller (L) 2.1%
Richard Castaldo (PF) 1.3%
California 31 Xavier Becerra Democratic 1992 Re-elected Xavier Becerra (D) 83.8%
Stephen Smith (R) 16.2%
Sal Genovese (W/I) 0.0%
California 32 Judy Chu Democratic 2009 Re-elected Judy Chu (D) 71.0%
Ed Schmerling (R) 29.0%
California 33 Diane Watson Democratic 2001 Retired
Democratic hold
Karen Bass (D) 86.1%
James Andion (R) 13.9%
Mervin Leon Evans 0.0%
California 34 Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic 1992 Re-elected Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) 77.2%
Wayne Miller (R) 22.8%
California 35 Maxine Waters Democratic 1990 Re-elected Maxine Waters (D) 79.3%
Bruce Brown (R) 20.7%
Suleiman Charles Edmonson (W/I) 0.0%
California 36 Jane Harman Democratic 1986 Re-elected Jane Harman (D) 59.6%
Mattie Fein (R) 34.7%
Herb Peters (L) 5.6%
California 37 Laura Richardson Democratic 2007 Re-elected Laura Richardson (D) 68.4%
Star Parker (R) 23.2%
Nicholas Dibs (I) 8.4%
California 38 Grace Napolitano Democratic 1998 Re-elected Grace Napolitano (D) 73.5%
Robert Vaughn (R) 26.5%
California 39 Linda Sánchez Democratic 2002 Re-elected Linda Sánchez (D) 63.3%
Larry Andre (R) 32.6%
John Smith (AI) 4.1%
California 40 Ed Royce Republican 1992 Re-elected Ed Royce (R) 66.8%
Christina Avalos (D) 33.2%
California 41 Jerry Lewis Republican 1978 Re-elected Jerry Lewis (R) 63.2%
Pat Meagher (D) 36.8%
Pamela Zander (W/I) 0.0%
California 42 Gary Miller Republican 1998 Re-elected Gary Miller (R) 62.2%
Michael Williamson (D) 31.9%
Mark Lambert (L) 5.9%
California 43 Joe Baca Democratic 1999 Re-elected Joe Baca (D) 65.5%
Scott Folkens (R) 34.5%
California 44 Ken Calvert Republican 1992 Re-elected Ken Calvert (R) 55.6%
Bill Hedrick (D) 44.4%
California 45 Mary Bono Republican 1998 Re-elected Mary Bono Mack (R) 51.5%
Steve Pougnet (D) 42.1%
Bill Lussenheide (AI) 6.4%
California 46 Dana Rohrabacher Republican 1988 Re-elected Dana Rohrabacher (R) 62.2%
Ken Arnold (D) 37.8%
Jay Shah (D-W/I) 0.0%
California 47 Loretta Sanchez Democratic 1996 Re-elected Loretta Sanchez (D) 53.0%
Van Tran (R) 39.3%
Ceci Iglesias (I) 7.8%
California 48 John Campbell Republican 2005 Re-elected John Campbell (R) 59.9%
Beth Krom (D) 34.5%
Mike Binkley (L) 3.6%
California 49 Darrell Issa Republican 2000 Re-elected Darrell Issa (R) 62.8%
Howard Katz (D) 31.5%
Dion Clark (AI) 3.5%
Mike Paster (L) 2.3%
California 50 Brian Bilbray Republican 2006 Re-elected Brian Bilbray (R) 56.6%
Francine Busby (D) 39.0%
Lars Grossmith (L) 2.2%
Miriam Clark (PF) 2.2%
California 51 Bob Filner Democratic 1992 Re-elected Bob Filner (D) 60.1%
Nick Popaditch (R) 39.9%
Marcus Shapiro (W/I) 0.0%
California 52 Duncan D. Hunter Republican 2008 Re-elected Duncan D. Hunter (R) 63.1%
Ray Lutz (D) 32.1%
Michael Benoit (L) 4.9%
California 53 Susan Davis Democratic 2000 Re-elected Susan Davis (D) 62.3%
Michael Crimmins (R) 34.0%
Paul Dekker (L) 3.7%

Colorado[edit]

Colorado's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[77]
Colorado 1 Diana DeGette Democratic 1996 Re-elected Diana DeGette (D) 67.4%
Mike Fallon (R) 28.8%
Gary Swing (G) 1.4%
Clint Jones (L) 1.4%
Chris Styskal (C) 1.0%
Colorado 2 Jared Polis Democratic 2008 Re-elected Jared Polis (D) 57.4%
Stephen Bailey (R) 37.9%
Jenna Goss (C) 2.7%
Curtis Harris (L) 2.0%
Colorado 3 John Salazar Democratic 2004 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Scott Tipton (R) 50.1%
John Salazar (D) 45.8%
Gregory Gilman (L) 2.2%
Jake Segrest (I) 1.9%
Colorado 4 Betsy Markey Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Cory Gardner (R) 52.5%
Betsy Markey (D) 41.4%
Doug Aden (C) 4.7%
Ken Waskiewicz (I) 1.5%
Colorado 5 Doug Lamborn Republican 2006 Re-elected Doug Lamborn (R) 65.8%
Kevin Bradley (D) 29.3%
Brian Scott (C) 2.5%
Jerrell Klaver (L) 2.4%
Colorado 6 Mike Coffman Republican 2008 Re-elected Mike Coffman (R) 65.7%
John Flerlage (D) 31.5%
Rob McNealy (L) 2.8%
Colorado 7 Ed Perlmutter Democratic 2006 Re-elected Ed Perlmutter (D) 53.4%
Ryan Frazier (R) 41.8%
Buck Bailey (L) 4.8%

Connecticut[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[78]
Connecticut 1 John Larson Democratic 1998 Re-elected John Larson (D) 61.3%
Ann Brickley (R) 37.2%
Kenneth Krayeske (G) 1.1%
Christopher Hutchinson (SA) 0.4%
Connecticut 2 Joe Courtney Democratic 2006 Re-elected Joe Courtney (D) 59.9%
Janet Peckinpaugh (R) 38.8%
Scott Deshefy (G) 1.3%
Connecticut 3 Rosa DeLauro Democratic 1990 Re-elected Rosa DeLauro (D) 65.1%
Larry Labriola (R) 33.6%
Charles Pillsbury (G) 1.3%
Connecticut 4 Jim Himes Democratic 2008 Re-elected Jim Himes (D) 53.1%
Dan Debicella (R) 46.9%
Connecticut 5 Chris Murphy Democratic 2006 Re-elected Chris Murphy (D) 54.1%
Sam Caligiuri (R) 45.9%

Delaware[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[79]
Delaware at-large Michael Castle Republican 1992 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Democratic gain
John Carney (D) 56.8%
Glen Urquhart (R) 41.0%
Earl Lofland (I) 1.2%
Brent Wangen (L) 0.6%
Jeffrey Brown (BE) 0.4%

Florida[edit]

Florida's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[80]
Florida 1 Jeff Miller Republican 2001 Re-elected Jeff Miller (R) 80.0%
Joe Cantrell (I) 10.9%
John Krause (I) 8.6%
Jim Bryan (W-I) 0.6%
Florida 2 Allen Boyd Democratic 1996 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Steve Southerland (R) 53.6%
Allen Boyd (D) 41.4%
Paul McKain (I) 2.8%
Dianne Berryhill (I) 2.2%
Florida 3 Corrine Brown Democratic 1992 Re-elected Corrine Brown (D) 63.0%
Mike Yost (R) 33.9%
Terry Martin-Black (I) 3.1%
Florida 4 Ander Crenshaw Republican 2000 Re-elected Ander Crenshaw (R) 77.2%
Troy Stanley (I) 22.8%
Florida 5 Ginny Brown-Waite Republican 2002 Retired
Republican hold
Rich Nugent (R) 67.4%
Jim Piccillo (D) 32.6%
Florida 6 Cliff Stearns Republican 1988 Re-elected Cliff Stearns (R) 71.5%
Steve Schonberg (I) 28.5%
Florida 7 John Mica Republican 1992 Re-elected John Mica (R) 69.0%
Heather Beaven (D) 31.0%
Florida 8 Alan Grayson Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Dan Webster (R) 56.1%
Alan Grayson (D) 38.2%
Peg Dunmire (Tea) 3.8%
George Metcalfe (I) 1.9%
Florida 9 Gus Bilirakis Republican 2006 Re-elected Gus Bilirakis (R) 71.4%
Anita de Palma (D) 28.6%
Florida 10 Bill Young Republican 1970 Re-elected Bill Young (R) 65.9%
Charlie Justice (D) 34.1%
Florida 11 Kathy Castor Democratic 2006 Re-elected Kathy Castor (D) 59.6%
Mike Prendergast (R) 40.4%
Florida 12 Adam Putnam Republican 2000 Retired to run for Florida Agriculture Commissioner
Republican hold
Dennis Ross (R) 48.1%
Lori Edwards (D) 41.1%
Randy Wilkinson (Tea) 10.7%
Florida 13 Vern Buchanan Republican 2006 Re-elected Vern Buchanan (R) 68.9%
James Golden (D) 31.1%
Florida 14 Connie Mack IV Republican 2004 Re-elected Connie Mack (R) 68.6%
James Lloyd Roach (D) 27.1%
William Maverick St. Claire (I) 4.3%
Florida 15 Bill Posey Republican 2008 Re-elected Bill Posey (R) 64.7%
Shannon Roberts (D) 35.3%
Florida 16 Tom Rooney Republican 2008 Re-elected Tom Rooney (R) 66.9%
Jim Horn (D) 33.1%
Florida 17 Kendrick Meek Democratic 2002 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Democratic hold
Frederica Wilson (D) 86.2%
Roderick Vereen (I) 13.8%
Florida 18 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican 1989 Re-elected Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) 68.9%
Rolando Banciella (D) 31.1%
Florida 19 Ted Deutch Democratic 2010 Re-elected Ted Deutch (D) 62.6%
Joe Budd (R) 37.3%
Florida 20 Debbie Wasserman Schultz Democratic 2004 Re-elected Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) 60.2%
Karen Harrington (R) 38.1%
Stanley Blumenthal (I) 1.0%
Robert Kunst (I) 0.8%
Florida 21 Lincoln Diaz-Balart Republican 1992 Retired
Republican hold
Mario Diaz-Balart (R) unopposed
Mario Diaz-Balart
(Moved from 25th district)
Republican 2002 Re-elected
Florida 22 Ron Klein Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Allen West (R) 54.4%
Ron Klein (D) 45.6%
Florida 23 Alcee Hastings Democratic 1992 Re-elected Alcee Hastings (D) 79.1%
Bernard Sansaricq (R) 20.9%
Florida 24 Suzanne Kosmas Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Sandy Adams (R) 59.6%
Suzanne Kosmas (D) 40.3%
Florida 25 Open seat
Incumbent moved to 21st district
Republican hold David Rivera (R) 52.2%
Joe Garcia (D) 42.6%
Roly Arroyo (Tea) 3.0%
Craig Porter (FL Whig) 2.2%

Georgia[edit]

Georgia's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[81]
Georgia 1 Jack Kingston Republican 1992 Re-elected Jack Kingston (R) 71.6%
Oscar Harris (D) 28.4%
Georgia 2 Sanford Bishop Democratic 1992 Re-elected Sanford Bishop (D) 51.4%
Mike Keown (R) 48.6%
Georgia 3 Lynn Westmoreland Republican 2004 Re-elected Lynn Westmoreland (R) 69.5%
Frank Saunders (D) 30.5%
Georgia 4 Hank Johnson Democratic 2006 Re-elected Hank Johnson (D) 74.7%
Liz Carter (R) 25.3%
Georgia 5 John Lewis Democratic 1986 Re-elected John Lewis (D) 73.7%
Fenn Little (R) 26.3%
Georgia 6 Tom Price Republican 2004 Re-elected Tom Price (R) unopposed
Georgia 7 John Linder Republican 1992 Retired
Republican hold
Rob Woodall (R) 67.1%
Doug Heckman (D) 32.9%
Georgia 8 Jim Marshall Democratic 2002 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Austin Scott (R) 52.7%
Jim Marshall (D) 47.3%
Georgia 9 Tom Graves Republican 2010 Re-elected Tom Graves (R) unopposed
Georgia 10 Paul Broun Republican 2007 Re-elected Paul Broun (R) 67.4%
Russell Edwards (D) 32.6%
Georgia 11 Phil Gingrey Republican 2002 Re-elected Phil Gingrey (R) unopposed
Georgia 12 John Barrow Democratic 2004 Re-elected John Barrow (D) 56.6%
Raymond McKinney (R) 43.4%
Georgia 13 David Scott Democratic 2002 Re-elected David Scott (D) 69.4%
Mike Crane (R) 30.6%

Hawaii[edit]

Hawaii's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[82]
Hawaii 1 Charles Djou Republican 2010 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Colleen Hanabusa (D) 53.2%
Charles Djou (R) 46.8%
Hawaii 2 Mazie Hirono Democratic 2006 Re-elected Mazie Hirono (D) 72.2%
John Willoughby (R) 25.3%
Patric Brock (L) 1.8%
Andrew Von Sonn (I) 0.7%

Idaho[edit]

Idaho's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[83]
Idaho 1 Walt Minnick Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Raúl Labrador (R) 51.0%
Walt Minnick (D) 41.3%
Dave Olson (I) 5.8%
Mike Washburn (L) 1.9%
Idaho 2 Mike Simpson Republican 1998 Re-elected Mike Simpson (R) 68.8%
Mike Crawford (D) 24.4%
Brian Schad (I) 6.8%

Illinois[edit]

Illinois's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[84]
Illinois 1 Bobby Rush Democratic 1992 Re-elected Bobby Rush (D) 80.3%
Ray Wardingley (R) 15.9%
Jeff Adams (G) 3.8%
Illinois 2 Jesse Jackson, Jr. Democratic 1995 Re-elected Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D) 80.5%
Isaac C. Hayes (R) 13.8%
Anthony Williams (G) 5.7%
Illinois 3 Dan Lipinski Democratic 2004 Re-elected Dan Lipinski (D) 69.7%
Michael Bendas (R) 24.3%
Laurel Lambert Schmidt (G) 6.0%
Illinois 4 Luis Gutiérrez Democratic 1992 Re-elected Luis Gutiérrez (D) 77.4%
Israel Vasquez (R) 14.3%
Robert J. Burns (G) 8.3%
Illinois 5 Michael Quigley Democratic 2009 Re-elected Michael Quigley (D) 70.6%
David Ratowitz (R) 25.4%
Matthew Reichel (G) 4.0%
Illinois 6 Peter Roskam Republican 2006 Re-elected Peter Roskam (R) 63.7%
Benjamin Lowe (D) 36.3%
Illinois 7 Danny Davis Democratic 1996 Re-elected Danny Davis (D) 81.5%
Mark Weiman (R) 16.1%
Clarence Desmond Clemons (I) 2.4%
Illinois 8 Melissa Bean Democratic 2004 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Joe Walsh (R) 48.5%
Melissa Bean (D) 48.3%
Bill Scheurer (G) 3.2%
Illinois 9 Jan Schakowsky Democratic 1998 Re-elected Jan Schakowsky (D) 66.3%
Joel Pollak (R) 31.1%
Simon Ribeiro (G) 2.5%
Illinois 10 Mark Kirk Republican 2000 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican hold
Robert Dold (R) 51.1%
Daniel Seals (D) 48.9%
Illinois 11 Debbie Halvorson Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Adam Kinzinger (R) 57.4%
Debbie Halvorson (D) 42.6%
Illinois 12 Jerry Costello Democratic 1988 Re-elected Jerry Costello (D) 59.8%
Teri Newman (R) 36.5%
Rodger Jennings (G) 3.6%
Illinois 13 Judy Biggert Republican 1998 Re-elected Judy Biggert (R) 63.8%
Scott Harper (D) 36.2%
Illinois 14 Bill Foster Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Randy Hultgren (R) 51.3%
Bill Foster (D) 45.0%
Daniel Kairis (G) 3.6%
Illinois 15 Tim Johnson Republican 2000 Re-elected Tim Johnson (R) 64.3%
David Gill (D) 35.7%
Illinois 16 Donald Manzullo Republican 1992 Re-elected Donald Manzullo (R) 65.0%
George Gaulrapp (D) 31.0%
Terry Campbell (G) 4.0%
Illinois 17 Phil Hare Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Bobby Schilling (R) 52.6%
Phil Hare (D) 43.0%
Roger Davis (G) 4.4%
Illinois 18 Aaron Schock Republican 2008 Re-elected Aaron Schock (R) 69.1%
D.K. Hirner (D) 25.8%
Sheldon Schafer (G) 5.1%
Illinois 19 John Shimkus Republican 1996 Re-elected John Shimkus (R) 71.2%
Tim Bagwell (D) 28.8%

Indiana[edit]

Indiana's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[85]
Indiana 1 Pete Visclosky Democratic 1984 Re-elected Pete Visclosky (D) 58.6%
Mark Leyva (R) 38.6%
Jon Morris (L) 2.8%
Indiana 2 Joe Donnelly Democratic 2006 Re-elected Joe Donnelly (D) 48.2%
Jackie Walorski (R) 46.8%
Mark Vogel (L) 5.0%
Indiana 3
Special
Vacant since the May 18, 2010 resignation of Mark Souder (R) A special election for the remainder of his term ending January 3, 2011 was held on the same day as the general election.
Republican hold
Marlin Stutzman (R) 62.7%
Tom Hayhurst (D) 33.1%
Scott Wise (L) 4.3%
Indiana 3 Vacant
Republican hold
Marlin Stutzman (R) 62.8%
Tom Hayhurst (D) 33.1%
Scott Wise (L) 4.1%
Indiana 4 Steve Buyer Republican 1992 Retired
Republican hold
Todd Rokita (R) 68.6%
David Sanders (D) 26.3%
John Duncan (L) 5.1%
Indiana 5 Dan Burton Republican 1982 Re-elected Dan Burton (R) 62.1%
Tim Crawford (D) 25.4%
Richard Reid (L) 7.8%
Jesse Trueblood (I) 4.8%
Indiana 6 Mike Pence Republican 2000 Re-elected Mike Pence (R) 66.6%
Barry Welsh (D) 29.9%
T.J. Thompson Jr. (L) 3.5%
Indiana 7 André Carson Democratic 2008 Re-elected André Carson (D) 58.9%
Marvin Scott (R) 37.8%
Dav Wilson (L) 3.3%
Indiana 8 Brad Ellsworth Democratic 2006 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican gain
Larry Bucshon (R) 57.6%
Trent VanHaaften (D) 37.4%
John Cunningham (L) 5.0%
Indiana 9 Baron Hill Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Todd Young (R) 52.3%
Baron Hill (D) 42.3%
Greg Knott (L) 5.4%

Iowa[edit]

Iowa's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[86]
Iowa 1 Bruce Braley Democratic 2006 Re-elected Bruce Braley (D) 49.5%
Benjamin Lange (R) 47.5%
Rob Petsche (L) 1.9%
Jason Faulkner (I) 1.0%
Iowa 2 David Loebsack Democratic 2006 Re-elected David Loebsack (D) 51.0%
Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R) 45.9%
Gary Sicard (L) 1.9%
Jon Tack (C) 1.1%
Iowa 3 Leonard Boswell Democratic 1996 Re-elected Leonard Boswell (D) 50.7%
Brad Zaun (R) 46.5%
Rebecca Williamson (SW) 2.6%
Iowa 4 Tom Latham Republican 1994 Re-elected Tom Latham (R) 65.6%
Bill Maske (D) 32.0%
Dan Lensing (I) 2.4%
Iowa 5 Steve King Republican 2002 Re-elected Steve King (R) 65.8%
Matthew Campbell (D) 32.3%
Martin James Monroe (I) 1.9%

Kansas[edit]

Kansas's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[87]
Kansas 1 Jerry Moran Republican 1996 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican hold
Tim Huelskamp (R) 73.7%
Alan Jilka (D) 22.8%
Jack Warner (L) 3.3%
Kansas 2 Lynn Jenkins Republican 2008 Re-elected Lynn Jenkins (R) 63.1%
Cheryl Hudspeth (D) 32.3%
Robert Garrard (L) 4.5%
Kansas 3 Dennis Moore Democratic 1998 Retired
Republican gain
Kevin Yoder (R) 58.4%
Stephene Moore (D) 38.6%
Jasmin Talbert (L) 2.9%
Kansas 4 Todd Tiahrt Republican 1994 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican hold
Mike Pompeo (R) 58.7%
Raj Goyle (D) 36.4%
Susan Ducey (Ref) 2.4%
Shawn Smith (L) 2.2%

Kentucky[edit]

Kentucky's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[88]
Kentucky 1 Ed Whitfield Republican 1994 Re-elected Ed Whitfield (R) 71.2%
Charles Kendall Hatchett (D) 28.8%
Kentucky 2 Brett Guthrie Republican 2008 Re-elected Brett Guthrie (R) 67.9%
Ed Marksberry (D) 32.1%
Kentucky 3 John Yarmuth Democratic 2006 Re-elected John Yarmuth (D) 54.7%
Todd Lally (R) 44.0%
Edward Martin (L) 0.8%
Michael Hansen (I) 0.5%
Kentucky 4 Geoff Davis Republican 2004 Re-elected Geoff Davis (R) 69.5%
John Waltz (D) 30.5%
Kentucky 5 Hal Rogers Republican 1980 Re-elected Hal Rogers (R) 77.4%
Jim Holbert (D) 22.6%
Kentucky 6 Ben Chandler Democratic 2004 Re-elected Ben Chandler (D) 50.1%
Andy Barr (R) 49.8%

Louisiana[edit]

Louisiana's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[89]
Louisiana 1 Steve Scalise Republican 2008 Re-elected Steve Scalise (R) 78.5%
Myron Katz (D) 19.2%
Arden Wells (I) 2.3%
Louisiana 2 Joseph Cao Republican 2008 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Cedric Richmond (D) 64.6%
Joseph Cao (R) 33.5%
Anthony Marquize (I) 1.4%
Jack Radosta (I) 0.5%
Louisiana 3 Charlie Melancon Democratic 2004 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican gain
Jeff Landry (R) 63.8%
Ravi Sangisetty (D) 36.2%
Louisiana 4 John Fleming Republican 2008 Re-elected John Fleming (R) 62.3%
David Melville (D) 32.4%
Artis Cash (I) 5.3%
Louisiana 5 Rodney Alexander Republican 2002 Re-elected Rodney Alexander (R) 78.6%
Tom Gibbs (I) 21.4%
Louisiana 6 Bill Cassidy Republican 2008 Re-elected Bill Cassidy (R) 65.6%
Merritt McDonald (D) 34.4%
Louisiana 7 Charles Boustany Republican 2004 Re-elected Charles Boustany (R) unopposed

Maine[edit]

Maine's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[90]
Maine 1 Chellie Pingree Democratic 2008 Re-elected Chellie Pingree (D) 56.8%
Dean Peter Scontras (R) 43.2%
Maine 2 Mike Michaud Democratic 2002 Re-elected Mike Michaud (D) 55.1%
Jason Levesque (R) 44.9%

Maryland[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[91]
Maryland 1 Frank Kratovil Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Andy Harris (R) 54.1%
Frank Kratovil (D) 42.0%
Richard James Davis (L) 3.8%
Maryland 2 Dutch Ruppersberger Democratic 2002 Re-elected Dutch Ruppersberger (D) 64.2%
Marcello Cardarelli (R) 33.3%
Lorenzo Gaztanaga (L) 2.4%
Maryland 3 John Sarbanes Democratic 2006 Re-elected John Sarbanes (D) 61.1%
Jim Wilhelm (R) 36.0%
Jerry McKinley (L) 2.2%
Alain Lareau (C) 0.7%
Maryland 4 Donna Edwards Democratic 2008 Re-elected Donna Edwards (D) 83.4%
Robert Broadus (R) 16.4%
Maryland 5 Steny Hoyer Democratic 1981 Re-elected Steny Hoyer (D) 64.3%
Charles Lollar (R) 34.6%
Gavin Shickle (L) 1.1%
Maryland 6 Roscoe Bartlett Republican 1992 Re-elected Roscoe Bartlett (R) 61.5%
Andrew Duck (D) 33.2%
Dan Massey (L) 2.8%
Michael Reed (C) 2.4%
Maryland 7 Elijah Cummings Democratic 1996 Re-elected Elijah Cummings (D) 75.2%
Frank Mirable Jr. (R) 22.8%
Scott Spencer (L) 1.9%
Maryland 8 Chris Van Hollen Jr. Democratic 2002 Re-elected Chris Van Hollen Jr. (D) 73.3%
Michael Lee Philips (R) 25.0%
Mark Grannis (L) 1.3%
Fred Nordhorn (C) 0.3%

Massachusetts[edit]

Massachusetts's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[92]
Massachusetts 1 John Olver Democratic 1991 Re-elected John Olver (D) 60.0%
William Gunn (R) 34.9%
Michael Engel (I) 5.1%
Massachusetts 2 Richard Neal Democratic 1988 Re-elected Richard Neal (D) 57.4%
Thomas Wesley (R) 42.6%
Massachusetts 3 Jim McGovern Democratic 1996 Re-elected Jim McGovern (D) 56.5%
Martin Lamb (R) 39.2%
Patrick Barron (I) 4.3%
Massachusetts 4 Barney Frank Democratic 1980 Re-elected Barney Frank (D) 53.9%
Sean Bielat (R) 43.4%
Susan Allen (I) 1.5%
Donald Jordan (I) 1.2%
Massachusetts 5 Niki Tsongas Democratic 2007 Re-elected Niki Tsongas (D) 54.9%
Jonathan Golnik (R) 42.3%
Dale Brown (I) 2.0%
Robert Clark (I) 0.9%
Massachusetts 6 John Tierney Democratic 1996 Re-elected John Tierney (D) 56.9%
Bill Hudak (R) 43.1%
Massachusetts 7 Ed Markey Democratic 1976 Re-elected Ed Markey (D) 66.5%
Gerry Dembrowski (R) 33.5%
Massachusetts 8 Mike Capuano Democratic 1998 Re-elected Mike Capuano (D) unopposed
Massachusetts 9 Stephen Lynch Democratic 2001 Re-elected Stephen Lynch (D) 68.4%
Vernon Harrison (R) 26.1%
Philip Dunkelbarger (I) 5.6%
Massachusetts 10 Bill Delahunt Democratic 1996 Retired
Democratic hold
William Keating (D) 46.9%
Jeff Perry (R) 42.4%
Maryanne Lewis (I) 5.9%
James Sheets (I) 3.7%
Joe Van Nes (I) 1.1%

Michigan[edit]

Michigan's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[93]
Michigan 1 Bart Stupak Democratic 1992 Retired
Republican gain
Dan Benishek (R) 51.9%
Gary McDowell (D) 40.9%
Glenn Wilson (I) 3.4%
Pat Lambert (UST) 1.8%
Keith Shelton (L) 1.1%
Ellis Boal (G) 0.9%
Michigan 2 Pete Hoekstra Republican 1992 Retired to to run for Governor
Republican hold
Bill Huizenga (R) 65.3%
Fred Johnson (D) 31.6%
Jay Gillotte (L) 1.2%
Ronald Graeser (UST) 1.0%
Lloyd Clarke (G) 0.9%
Michigan 3 Vern Ehlers Republican 1993 Retired
Republican hold
Justin Amash (R) 59.7%
Pat Miles (D) 37.5%
James Rogers (L) 1.2%
Ted Gerrard (UST) 1.0%
Charlie Shick (G) 0.7%
Michigan 4 Dave Camp Republican 1990 Re-elected Dave Camp (R) 66.2%
Jerry Campbell (D) 30.5%
John Emerick (UST) 1.7%
Clint Foster (L) 1.6%
Michigan 5 Dale Kildee Democratic 1976 Re-elected Dale Kildee (D) 53.0%
John Kuipec (R) 44.3%
[94] Matt de Heus (G) 1.3%
Michael Moon (L) 1.3%
Michigan 6 Fred Upton Republican 1986 Re-elected Fred Upton (R) 62.0%
Don Cooney (D) 33.6%
Mel Vaulkner (UST) 1.8%
Fred Strand (L) 1.7%
Pat Foster (G) 0.9%
Michigan 7 Mark Schauer Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Tim Walberg (R) 50.2%
Mark Schauer (D) 45.4%
Scott Aughney (I) 1.6%
Greg Merle (L) 1.4%
Richard Wunsch (G) 1.4%
Michigan 8 Mike Rogers Republican 2000 Re-elected Mike Rogers (R) 64.1%
Lance Enderle (D) 34.3%
Bob Dashairya (L) 1.6%
Michigan 9 Gary Peters Democratic 2008 Re-elected Gary Peters (D) 49.8%
Andrew Raczkowski (R) 47.2%
Douglas Campbell (G) 1.0%
Adam Goodman (L) 1.0%
Bob Gray (I) 0.7%
Matthew Kuofie (I) 0.3%
Michigan 10 Candice Miller Republican 2002 Re-elected Candice Miller (R) 72.0%
Henry Yanez (D) 25.0%
Claude Beavers (L) 1.6%
Candace Caveny (G) 1.4%
Michigan 11 Thad McCotter Republican 2002 Re-elected Thad McCotter (R) 59.3%
Natalie Mosher (D) 38.5%
John Tatar (L) 2.2%
Michigan 12 Sander Levin Democratic 1982 Re-elected Sander Levin (D) 61.1%
Don Volaric (R) 35.0%
Julia Williams (G) 1.5%
Leonard Schwartz (L) 1.1%
Lester Townsend (UST) 1.1%
Alan Jacquemotte (I) 0.2%
Michigan 13 Carolyn Kilpatrick Democratic 1996 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Hansen Clarke (D) 79.4%
John Hauler (R) 18.5%
George Corsetti (G) 0.8%
Duane Montgomery (I) 0.7%
Heidi Peterson (L) 0.6%
Michigan 14 John Conyers Jr. Democratic 1964 Re-elected John Conyers Jr. (D) 76.8%
Don Ukrainec (R) 19.9%
Marc Sosnowski (UST) 2.1%
Rick Secula (L) 1.2%
Michigan 15 John Dingell Democratic 1955 Re-elected John Dingell (D) 56.8%
Rob Steele (R) 40.1%
Aimee Smith (G) 1.3%
Kerry Lee Morgan (L) 0.9%
Matthew Furman (UST) 0.9%

Minnesota[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[95]
Minnesota 1 Tim Walz Democratic 2006 Re-elected Tim Walz (D) 49.3%
Randy Demmer (R) 44.1%
Steven Wilson (IP) 5.3%
Lars Johnson (I) 1.2%
Minnesota 2 John Kline Republican 2002 Re-elected John Kline (R) 63.3%
Shelly Madore (D) 36.6%
Minnesota 3 Erik Paulsen Republican 2008 Re-elected Erik Paulsen (R) 58.8%
Jim Meffert (D) 36.6%
Jon Oleson (IP) 4.6%
Minnesota 4 Betty McCollum Democratic 2000 Re-elected Betty McCollum (D) 59.1%
Teresa Collett (R) 34.6%
Steve Carlson (IP) 6.1%
Minnesota 5 Keith Ellison Democratic 2006 Re-elected Keith Ellison (D) 67.7%
Joel Demos (R) 24.1%
Lynn Torgerson (I) 3.7%
Tom Schrunk (IP) 3.3%
Michael Cavlan (I) 1.1%
Minnesota 6 Michele Bachmann Republican 2006 Re-elected Michele Bachmann (R) 52.5%
Tarryl Clark (D) 39.8%
Bob Anderson (IP) 5.8%
Aubrey Immelman (I) 1.8%
Minnesota 7 Collin Peterson Democratic 1990 Re-elected Collin Peterson (D) 55.2%
Lee Byberg (R) 37.6%
Gene Waldorf (I) 3.9%
Glen Menze (IP) 3.3%
Minnesota 8 Jim Oberstar Democratic 1974 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Chip Cravaack (R) 48.2%
Jim Oberstar (D) 46.6%
Timothy Olson (IP) 4.3%
George Burton (C) 0.9%

Mississippi[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[96]
Mississippi 1 Travis Childers Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Alan Nunnelee (R) 55.3%
Travis Childers (D) 40.8%
Wally Pang (I) 1.0%
Les Green (I) 0.9%
A. G. Baddley (I) 0.9%
Gail Giaranita (C) 0.6%
Rico Hoskins (I) 0.2%
Harold Taylor (L) 0.2%
Barbara Washer (Ref) 0.2%
Mississippi 2 Bennie Thompson Democratic 1993 Re-elected Bennie Thompson (D) 61.5%
Bill Marcy (R) 37.6%
Ashley Norwood (Ref) 0.9%
Mississippi 3 Gregg Harper Republican 2008 Re-elected Gregg Harper (R) 68.0%
Joel Gill (D) 31.2%
Tracella Lou O'Hara Hill (Ref) 0.8%
Mississippi 4 Gene Taylor Democratic 1989 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Steven Palazzo (R) 51.9%
Gene Taylor (D) 46.8%
Tim Hampton (L) 0.9%
Anna Jewel Revies (Ref) 0.4%

Missouri[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[97]
Missouri 1 William Lacy Clay Jr. Democratic 2000 Re-elected William Lacy Clay, Jr. (D) 73.6%
Robyn Hamlin (R) 23.6%
Julie Stone (L) 2.8%
Missouri 2 Todd Akin Republican 2000 Re-elected Todd Akin (R) 67.9%
Arthur Lieber (D) 29.2%
Steve Mosbacher (L) 2.9%
Missouri 3 Russ Carnahan Democratic 2004 Re-elected Russ Carnahan (D) 48.9%
Ed Martin (R) 46.7%
Steven Hedrick (L) 2.8%
Nick Ivanovich (C) 1.6%
Missouri 4 Ike Skelton Democratic 1976 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Vicky Hartzler (R) 50.4%
Ike Skelton (D) 45.1%
Jason Michael Braun (L) 2.7%
Greg Cowan (C) 1.7%
Missouri 5 Emanuel Cleaver Democratic 2004 Re-elected Emanuel Cleaver (D) 53.3%
Jacob Turk (R) 44.2%
Randy Langkraehr (L) 1.6%
Dave Lay (C) 0.9%
Missouri 6 Sam Graves Republican 2000 Re-elected Sam Graves (R) 69.4%
Clint Hylton (D) 30.5%
Missouri 7 Roy Blunt Republican 1996 Retired to run for U.S. Seante
Republican hold
Billy Long (R) 63.4%
Scott Eckersley (D) 30.4%
Kevin Craig (L) 6.2%
Missouri 8 Jo Ann Emerson Republican 1996 Re-elected Jo Ann Emerson (R) 65.6%
Tommy Sowers (D) 28.8%
Larry Bill (I) 3.7%
Rick Vandeven (L) 2.0%
Missouri 9 Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 2008 Re-elected Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) 77.4%
Christopher Dwyer (L) 22.3%
Jeff Reed (W-I) 0.4%

Montana[edit]

Montana's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[98]
Montana at-large Denny Rehberg Republican 2000 Re-elected Denny Rehberg (R) 60.3%
Dennis McDonald (D) 33.8%
Mike Fellows (L) 5.7%

Nebraska[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[99]
Nebraska 1 Jeff Fortenberry Republican 2004 Re-elected Jeff Fortenberry (R) 71.3%
Ivy Harper (D) 28.7%
Nebraska 2 Lee Terry Republican 1998 Re-elected Lee Terry (R) 60.8%
Tom White (D) 39.2%
Nebraska 3 Adrian Smith Republican 2006 Re-elected Adrian Smith (R) 70.1%
Rebekah Davis (D) 17.9%
Dan Hill (I) 12.0%

Nevada[edit]

Nevada's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[100]
Nevada 1 Shelley Berkley Democratic 1998 Re-elected Shelley Berkley (D) 61.7%
Kenneth A. Wegner (R) 35.3%
Jonathan J. Hansen (IA) 1.7%
Ed Klapproth (L) 1.3%
Nevada 2 Dean Heller Republican 2006 Re-elected Dean Heller (R) 63.3%
Nancy Price (D) 32.7%
Russell Best (IA) 4.0%
Nevada 3 Dina Titus Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Joe Heck (R) 48.1%
Dina Titus (D) 47.5%
Barry Michaels (I) 2.4%
Joseph P. Silvestri (L) 1.5%
Scott David Narder (IA) 0.5%

New Hampshire[edit]

New Hampshire's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[101]
New Hampshire 1 Carol Shea-Porter Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Frank Guinta (R) 54.0%
Carol Shea-Porter (D) 42.4%
Philip Hodson (L) 3.5%
New Hampshire 2 Paul Hodes Democratic 2006 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican gain
Charlie Bass (R) 48.3%
Ann McLane Kuster (D) 46.8%
Tim vanBlommesteyn (I) 2.8%
Howard Wilson (L) 2.1%

New Jersey[edit]

New Jersey's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[102]
New Jersey 1 Rob Andrews Democratic 1990 Re-elected Rob Andrews (D) 63.2%
Dale Glading (R) 34.8%
Mark Heacock (G) 1.0%
Margaret Chapman (I) 0.7%
Nicky Petrutz (I) 0.3%
New Jersey 2 Frank LoBiondo Republican 1994 Re-elected Frank LoBiondo (R) 65.5%
Gary Stein (D) 30.9%
Peter Boyce (C) 2.5%
Mark Lovett (I) 0.7%
Vitov Valdes-Munoz (I) 0.4%
New Jersey 3 John Adler Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Jon Runyan (R) 50.0%
John Adler (D) 47.3%
Peter DeStefano (Tea) 1.5%
Russ Conger (L) 0.7%
Lawrence Donahue (I) 0.5%
New Jersey 4 Chris Smith Republican 1980 Re-elected Chris Smith (R) 69.4%
Howard Kleinhendler (D) 27.9%
Joe Siano (L) 1.6%
Steven Welzer (G) 0.8%
David Meiswinkle (I) 0.3%
New Jersey 5 Scott Garrett Republican 2002 Re-elected Scott Garrett (R) 65.0%
Tod Thiese (D) 32.7%
Ed Fanning (G) 1.2%
Mark Quick (I) 0.9%
James Radigan (I) 0.2%
New Jersey 6 Frank Pallone Democratic 1988 Re-elected Frank Pallone (D) 54.7%
Anna C. Little (R) 43.7%
Jack Freudenheim (I) 0.9%
Karen Anne Zaletel (I) 0.7%
New Jersey 7 Leonard Lance Republican 2008 Re-elected Leonard Lance (R) 59.4%
Ed Potosnak (D) 40.6%
New Jersey 8 Bill Pascrell Democratic 1996 Re-elected Bill Pascrell (D) 62.7%
Roland Straten (R) 36.1%
Raymond Giangrasso (I) 1.2%
New Jersey 9 Steve Rothman Democratic 1996 Re-elected Steve Rothman (D) 60.7%
Michael Agosta (R) 37.8%
Patricia Alessandrini (G) 1.4%
New Jersey 10 Don Payne Democratic 1988 Re-elected Don Payne (D) 85.2%
Michael Alonso (R) 12.8%
Joanne Miller (I) 1.0%
Robert Louis Toussaint (I) 1.0%
New Jersey 11 Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican 1994 Re-elected Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) 67.2%
Douglas Herbert (D) 30.5%
Jim Gawron (L) 2.3%
New Jersey 12 Rush Holt Democratic 1998 Re-elected Rush Holt (D) 53.0%
Scott M. Sipprelle (R) 45.9%
Kenneth Cody (TVH) 1.1%
New Jersey 13 Albio Sires Democratic 2006 Re-elected Albio Sires (D) 74.1%
Henrietta Dwyer (R) 23.0%
Anthony Zanowic (I) 1.8%
Maximo Gomez Nacer (I) 1.1%

New Mexico[edit]

New Mexico's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[103]
New Mexico 1 Martin Heinrich Democratic 2008 Re-elected Martin Heinrich (D) 51.8%
Jon Barela (R) 48.2%
New Mexico 2 Harry Teague Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Steve Pearce (R) 55.4%
Harry Teague (D) 44.6%
New Mexico 3 Ben Lujan Democratic 2008 Re-elected Ben Lujan (D) 57.0%
Tom Mullins (R) 43.0%

New York[edit]

New York's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[104]
New York 1 Tim Bishop Democratic 2002 Re-elected Tim Bishop (D) 50.2%
Randy Altschuler (R) 49.8%
New York 2 Steve Israel Democratic 2000 Re-elected Steve Israel (D) 56.4%
John Gomez (R) 42.9%
Anthony Tolda (C) 0.7%
New York 3 Peter King Republican 1992 Re-elected Peter King (R) 72.0%
Howard Kudler (D) 28.0%
New York 4 Carolyn McCarthy Democratic 1996 Re-elected Carolyn McCarthy (D) 53.6%
Fran Becker (R) 46.4%
New York 5 Gary Ackerman Democratic 1983 Re-elected Gary Ackerman (D) 63.1%
James Milano (R) 36.2%
Elizabeth Berney (L) 0.7%
New York 6 Gregory Meeks Democratic 1998 Re-elected Gregory Meeks (D) 87.8%
Asher Taub (R) 12.2%
New York 7 Joseph Crowley Democratic 1998 Re-elected Joseph Crowley (D) 80.6%
Ken Reynolds (R) 18.2%
Anthony Gronowicz (G) 1.2%
New York 8 Jerrold Nadler Democratic 1992 Re-elected Jerrold Nadler (D) 75.5%
Susan Kone (R) 24.5%
New York 9 Anthony Weiner Democratic 1998 Re-elected Anthony Weiner (D) 60.8%
Bob Turner (R) 39.2%
New York 10 Ed Towns Democratic 1982 Re-elected Ed Towns (D) 91.1%
Diana Muniz (R) 7.1%
Ernest Johnson (Cons) 1.8%
New York 11 Yvette Clarke Democratic 2006 Re-elected Yvette Clarke (D) 90.6%
Hugh Carr (R) 9.4%
New York 12 Nydia Velazquez Democratic 1992 Re-elected Nydia Velazquez (D) 93.9%
Alice Gaffney (Cons) 6.1%
New York 13 Michael McMahon Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Mike Grimm (R) 51.3%
Michael McMahon (D) 48.0%
Tom Vendittelli (L) 0.7%
New York 14 Carolyn Maloney Democratic 1992 Re-elected Carolyn Maloney (D) 75.1%
David Brumberg (R) 22.4%
Timothy Healy (Cons) 1.3%
Dino LaVerghetta (IP) 1.1%
New York 15 Charles Rangel Democratic 1970 Re-elected Charles Rangel (D) 80.4%
Michael Faulkner (R) 10.4%
Craig Schley (IP) 6.8%
Roger Calero (SW) 2.3%
New York 16 Jose Serrano Democratic 1990 Re-elected Jose Serrano (D) 96.3%
Frank Della Valle (R) 3.7%
New York 17 Eliot Engel Democratic 1988 Re-elected Eliot Engel (D) 72.9%
Anthony Mele (R) 22.8%
York Kleinhandler (Cons) 4.3%
New York 18 Nita Lowey Democratic 1988 Re-elected Nita Lowey (D) 62.2%
James Russell (R) 37.8%
New York 19 John Hall Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Nan Hayworth (R) 52.7%
John Hall (D) 47.3%
New York 20 Scott Murphy Democratic 2009 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Chris Gibson (R) 54.9%
Scott Murphy (D) 45.1%
New York 21 Paul Tonko Democratic 2008 Re-elected Paul Tonko (D) 59.3%
Theodore Danz (R) 40.7%
New York 22 Maurice Hinchey Democratic 1992 Re-elected Maurice Hinchey (D) 52.7%
George Phillips (R) 47.3%
New York 23 Bill Owens Democratic 2009 Re-elected Bill Owens (D) 47.5%
Matt Doheny (R) 46.4%
Doug Hoffman (Cons) 6.1%
New York 24 Mike Arcuri Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Richard L. Hanna (R) 53.1%
Mike Arcuri (D) 46.9%
New York 25 Dan Maffei Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Ann Marie Buerkle (R) 50.2%
Dan Maffei (D) 49.8%
New York 26 Chris Lee Republican 2008 Re-elected Chris Lee (R) 73.6%
Philip Fedele (D) 26.4%
New York 27 Brian Higgins Democratic 2004 Re-elected Brian Higgins (D) 60.9%
Leonard Roberto (R) 39.1%
New York 28 Louise Slaughter Democratic 1986 Re-elected Louise Slaughter (D) 64.9%
Jill Rowland (R) 35.1%
New York 29 vacant*
Republican gain
Tom Reed (R) 56.6%
Matthew Zeller (D) 43.4%
  • Democrat Eric Massa resigned on March 8, 2010. A special election for the remainder of his term in the 111th Congress was held on the same day as the general election, which Reed won.

North Carolina[edit]

North Carolina's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[105]
North Carolina 1 G. K. Butterfield Democratic 2004 Re-elected G.K. Butterfield (D) 59.3%
Ashley Woolard (R) 40.7%
North Carolina 2 Bob Etheridge Democratic 1996 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Renee Ellmers (R) 49.5%
Bob Etheridge (D) 48.7%
Tom Rose (L) 1.8%
North Carolina 3 Walter Jones Jr. Republican 1994 Re-elected Walter Jones (R) 71.9%
Johnny Rouse (D) 25.7%
Darryl Holloman (L) 2.4%
North Carolina 4 David Price Democratic 1996 Re-elected David Price (D) 57.2%
B.J. Lawson (R) 42.8%
North Carolina 5 Virginia Foxx Republican 2004 Re-elected Virginia Foxx (R) 65.9%
William Kennedy (D) 34.1%
North Carolina 6 Howard Coble Republican 1984 Re-elected Howard Coble (R) 75.2%
Gregory Scott Turner (D) 24.8%
North Carolina 7 Mike McIntyre Democratic 1996 Re-elected Mike McIntyre (D) 53.7%
Ilario Pantano (R) 46.3%
North Carolina 8 Larry Kissell Democratic 2008 Re-elected Larry Kissell (D) 53.0%
Harold Johnson (R) 43.7%
Thomas Hill (L) 3.0%
North Carolina 9 Sue Myrick Republican 1994 Re-elected Sue Myrick (R) 69.0%
Jeff Doctor (D) 31.0%
North Carolina 10 Patrick McHenry Republican 2004 Re-elected Patrick McHenry (R) 71.2%
Jeff Gregory (D) 28.8%
North Carolina 11 Heath Shuler Democratic 2006 Re-elected Heath Shuler (D) 54.3%
Jeff Miller (R) 45.7%
North Carolina 12 Mel Watt Democratic 1992 Re-elected Mel Watt (D) 63.9%
Greg Dority (R) 34.1%
Lon Vernon Cecil (L) 2.0%
North Carolina 13 Brad Miller Democratic 2002 Re-elected Brad Miller (D) 55.5%
William Randall (R) 44.5%

North Dakota[edit]

North Dakota's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[106]
North Dakota at-large Earl Pomeroy Democratic-NPL 1992 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Rick Berg (R) 54.7%
Earl Pomeroy (D-NPL) 44.9%

Ohio[edit]

Ohio's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[107]
Ohio 1 Steve Driehaus Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Steve Chabot (R) 51.5%
Steve Driehaus (D) 46.0%
Jim Berns (L) 1.5%
Rich Stevenson (G) 1.0%
Ohio 2 Jean Schmidt Republican 2005 Re-elected Jean Schmidt (R) 58.5%
Surya Yalamanchili (D) 34.7%
Marc Johnston (L) 6.8%
Ohio 3 Mike Turner Republican 2002 Re-elected Mike Turner (R) 68.1%
Joe Roberts (D) 31.9%
Ohio 4 Jim Jordan Republican 2006 Re-elected Jim Jordan (R) 71.5%
Doug Litt (D) 24.7%
Donald Kissick (L) 3.8%
Ohio 5 Bob Latta Republican 2007 Re-elected Bob Latta (R) 67.8%
Caleb Finkenbiner (D) 26.5%
Brian Smith (L) 5.7%
Ohio 6 Charlie Wilson Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Bill Johnson (R) 50.2%
Charlie Wilson (D) 45.1%
Richard Cadle (C) 2.5%
Martin Elsass (L) 2.2%
Ohio 7 Steve Austria Republican 2008 Re-elected Steve Austria (R) 62.2%
Bill Conner (D) 32.3%
John Anderson (L) 4.3%
David Easton (C) 1.3%
Ohio 8 John Boehner Republican 1990 Re-elected John Boehner (R) 65.6%
Justin Coussoule (D) 30.3%
David Harlow (L) 2.4%
James Condit (C) 1.7%
Ohio 9 Marcy Kaptur Democratic 1982 Re-elected Marcy Kaptur (D) 59.4%
Rich Iott (R) 40.6%
Ohio 10 Dennis Kucinich Democratic 1996 Re-elected Dennis Kucinich (D) 53.0%
Peter Corrigan (R) 43.9%
Jeff Goggins (L) 3.1%
Ohio 11 Marcia Fudge Democratic 2008 Re-elected Marcia Fudge (D) 82.9%
Thomas Pekarek (R) 17.1%
Ohio 12 Pat Tiberi Republican 2000 Re-elected Pat Tiberi (R) 55.8%
Paula Brooks (D) 40.9%
Travis Irvine (L) 3.2%
Ohio 13 Betty Sutton Democratic 2006 Re-elected Betty Sutton (D) 55.7%
Tom Ganley (R) 44.3%
Ohio 14 Steve LaTourette Republican 1994 Re-elected Steve LaTourette (R) 64.9%
William O'Neill (D) 31.5%
John Jelenic (L) 3.6%
Ohio 15 Mary Jo Kilroy Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Steve Stivers (R) 54.1%
Mary Jo Kilroy (D) 41.3%
William Kammerer (L) 2.8%
David Ryon (C) 1.8%
Ohio 16 John Boccieri Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Jim Renacci (R) 52.1%
John Boccieri (D) 41.3%
Jeffrey Blevins (L) 6.6%
Ohio 17 Tim Ryan Democratic 2002 Re-elected Tim Ryan (D) 53.9%
Jim Graham (R) 30.1%
Jim Traficant (I) 16.0%
Ohio 18 Zack Space Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Bob Gibbs (R) 53.9%
Zack Space (D) 40.5%
Lindsey Dean Sutton (C) 5.6%

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[108]
Oklahoma 1 John Sullivan Republican 2002 Re-elected John Sullivan (R) 76.8%
Angelia O'Dell (I) 23.2%
Oklahoma 2 Dan Boren Democratic 2004 Re-elected Dan Boren (D) 56.5%
Charles Thompson (R) 43.5%
Oklahoma 3 Frank Lucas Republican 1994 Re-elected Frank Lucas (R) 78.0%
Frankie Robbins (D) 22.0%
Oklahoma 4 Tom Cole Republican 2002 Re-elected Tom Cole (R) unopposed
Oklahoma 5 Mary Fallin Republican 2006 Retired to run for Governor
Republican hold
James Lankford (R) 62.5%
Billy Coyle (D) 34.5%
Clark Duffe (I) 1.6%
Dave White (I) 1.4%

Oregon[edit]

Oregon's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[109]
Oregon 1 David Wu Democratic 1998 Re-elected David Wu (D) 54.8%
Rob Cornilles (R) 42.0%
Don LaMunyon (C) 1.3%
Chris Henry (PG) 1.0%
Joe Tabor (L) 0.9%
Oregon 2 Greg Walden Republican 1998 Re-elected Greg Walden (R) 74.1%
Joyce Segers (D) 25.9%
Oregon 3 Earl Blumenauer Democratic 1996 Re-elected Earl Blumenauer (D) 70.1%
Delia Lopez (R) 24.6%
Jeff Lawrence (L) 3.0%
Michael Meo (PG) 2.3%
Oregon 4 Peter DeFazio Democratic 1986 Re-elected Peter DeFazio (D) 54.6%
Art Robinson (R) 43.7%
Mike Beilstein (PG) 1.7%
Oregon 5 Kurt Schrader Democratic 2008 Re-elected Kurt Schrader (D) 51.3%
Scott Bruun (R) 46.0%
Chris Lugo (PG) 2.7%

Pennsylvania[edit]

Pennsylvania's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[110]
Pennsylvania 1 Bob Brady Democratic 1998 Re-elected Bob Brady (D) unopposed
Pennsylvania 2 Chaka Fattah Democratic 1994 Re-elected Chaka Fattah (D) 89.3%
Rick Hellberg (R) 10.7%
Pennsylvania 3 Kathy Dahlkemper Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Mike Kelly (R) 55.7%
Kathy Dahlkemper (D) 44.3%
Pennsylvania 4 Jason Altmire Democratic 2006 Re-elected Jason Altmire (D) 50.8%
Keith Rothfuss (R) 49.2%
Pennsylvania 5 G.T. Thompson Republican 2008 Re-elected G.T. Thompson (R) 68.7%
Michael Pipe (D) 28.2%
Vernon Etzel (L) 3.1%
Pennsylvania 6 Jim Gerlach Republican 2002 Re-elected Jim Gerlach (R) 57.1%
Manan Trivedi (D) 42.9%
Pennsylvania 7 Joe Sestak Democratic 2006 Retired to run for U.S. Senate
Republican gain
Pat Meehan (R) 54.9%
Bryan Lentz (D) 44.0%
Jim Schneller (I) 1.1%
Pennsylvania 8 Patrick Murphy Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Mike Fitzpatrick (R) 53.5%
Patrick Murphy (D) 46.5%
Pennsylvania 9 Bill Shuster Republican 2001 Re-elected Bill Shuster (R) 73.1%
Tom Conners (D) 26.9%
Pennsylvania 10 Chris Carney Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Tom Marino (R) 55.2%
Chris Carney (D) 44.8%
Pennsylvania 11 Paul Kanjorski Democratic 1984 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Lou Barletta (R) 54.7%
Paul Kanjorski (D) 45.3%
Pennsylvania 12 Mark Critz Democratic 2010 Re-elected Mark Critz (D) 50.8%
Tim Burns (R) 49.2%
Pennsylvania 13 Allyson Schwartz Democratic 2004 Re-elected Allyson Schwartz (D) 56.3%
Dee Adcock (R) 43.7%
Pennsylvania 14 Mike Doyle Democratic 1994 Re-elected Mike Doyle (D) 68.8%
Melissa Haluszczak (R) 28.2%
Ed Bortz (G) 3.0%
Pennsylvania 15 Charlie Dent Republican 2004 Re-elected Charlie Dent (R) 53.5%
John Callahan (D) 39.0%
Jake Towne (I) 7.5%
Pennsylvania 16 Joe Pitts Republican 1996 Re-elected Joe Pitts (R) 65.4%
Lois Herr (D) 34.6%
Pennsylvania 17 Tim Holden Democratic 1992 Re-elected Tim Holden (D) 55.5%
Dave Argall (R) 44.5%
Pennsylvania 18 Tim Murphy Republican 2002 Re-elected Tim Murphy (R) 67.3%
Dan Connolly (D) 32.7%
Pennsylvania 19 Todd Platts Republican 2000 Re-elected Todd Platts (R) 71.9%
Ryan Sanders (D) 23.3%
Joshua Monighan (I) 4.8%

Rhode Island[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[111]
Rhode Island 1 Patrick Kennedy Democratic 1994 Retired
Democratic hold
David Cicilline (D) 50.6%
John Loughlin (R) 44.6%
Kenneth Capalbo (I) 4.0%
Gregory Raposa (I) 0.8%
Rhode Island 2 Jim Langevin Democratic 2000 Re-elected Jim Langevin (D) 59.9%
Mark Zaccaria (R) 31.8%
John Matson (I) 8.4%

South Carolina[edit]

South Carolina's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[112]
South Carolina 1 Henry Brown, Jr. Republican 2000 Retired
Republican hold
Tim Scott (R) 65.4%
Ben Frasier (D) 28.7%
Robert Burton (WF) 1.8%
Bob Dobbs (G) 1.4%
Keith Blandford (L) 1.2%
Jimmy Wood (Ind) 1.1%
Mac McCullough (UC) 0.4%
South Carolina 2 Joe Wilson Republican 2001 Re-elected Joe Wilson (R) 53.5%
Rob Miller (D) 43.8%
Eddie McCain (L) 1.6%
Marc Beaman (C) 1.1%
South Carolina 3 J. Gresham Barrett Republican 2002 Retired to to run for Governor
Republican hold
Jeff Duncan (R) 62.5%
Jane Ballard Dyer (D) 36.2%
John Dalen (C) 1.3%
South Carolina 4 Bob Inglis Republican 2004 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Trey Gowdy (R) 63.5%
Paul Corden (D) 28.8%
Dave Edwards (C) 5.1%
Rick Mahler (L) 1.4%
Faye Walters (G) 1.2%
South Carolina 5 John Spratt Democratic 1982 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Mick Mulvaney (R) 55.1%
John Spratt (D) 44.9%
South Carolina 6 Jim Clyburn Democratic 1992 Re-elected Jim Clyburn (D) 62.9%
Jim Pratt (R) 36.4%
Nammu Muhammad (G) 0.7%

South Dakota[edit]

South Dakota's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[113]
South Dakota at-large Stephanie Herseth Sandlin Democratic 2004 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Kristi Noem (R) 48.1%
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D) 45.9%
Thomas Marking (I) 6.0%

Tennessee[edit]

Tennessee's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[114]
Tennessee 1 Phil Roe Republican 2008 Re-elected Phil Roe (R) 80.8%
Michael Clark (D) 17.1%
Kermit Steck (I) 2.1%
Tennessee 2 Jimmy Duncan Jr. Republican 1998 Re-elected Jimmy Duncan Jr. (R) 81.7%
Dave Hancock (D) 14.7%
Joseph Leinweber Jr. (I) 1.4%
Andy Andrew (I) 1.2%
Greg Samples (I) 0.7%
H. Headings (I) 0.3%
Tennessee 3 Zach Wamp Republican 1994 Retired to to run for Governor
Republican hold
Charles Fleischmann (R) 56.8%
John Wolfe Jr. (D) 28.0%
Savas Kyriakidis (I) 10.5%
Mark DeVol (I) 3.6%
Don Barkman (I) 0.5%
Gregory Goodwin (I) 0.2%
Robert Humphries (I) 0.2%
Mo Kiah (I) 0.1%
Tennessee 4 Lincoln Davis Democratic 2002 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Scott DesJarlais (R) 57.1%
Lincoln Davis (D) 38.6%
Paul Curtis (I) 1.7%
Gerald York (I) 1.2%
James Gray (I) 0.9%
Richard Johnson (I) 0.5%
Tennessee 5 Jim Cooper Democratic 2002 Re-elected Jim Cooper (D) 56.2%
David Hall (R) 42.1%
Stephen Collings (I) 0.3%
Jacqueline Miller (I) 0.3%
John Smith (I) 0.3%
William Crook (I) 0.2%
John Miglietta (I) 0.2%
James Whitfield II (I) 0.2%
Nathan Harden (I) 0.1%
Joe Moore (I) 0.1%
Thomas Taylor (I) 0.1%
Tennessee 6 Bart Gordon Democratic 1984 Retired
Republican gain
Diane Black (R) 67.3%
Brett Carter (D) 29.4%
Jim Boyd (I) 1.1%
Tommy Hay (I) 0.7%
David Purcell (I) 0.7%
Brandon Gore (I) 0.6%
Stephen Sprague (I) 0.3%
Tennessee 7 Marsha Blackburn Republican 2002 Re-elected Marsha Blackburn (R) 72.4%
Greg Rabidoux (D) 24.8%
Bill Stone (I) 2.9%
Tennessee 8 John Tanner Democratic 1988 Retired
Republican gain
Stephen Fincher (R) 59.0%
Roy Herron (D) 38.8%
Donn Janes (I) 1.5%
Mark Rawles (I) 0.7%
Tennessee 9 Steve Cohen Democratic 2006 Re-elected Steve Cohen (D) 74.0%
Charlotte Bergmann (R) 25.1%
Sandra Sullivan (I) 0.5%
Perry Steele (I) 0.4%

Texas[edit]

Texas's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[115]
Texas 1 Louie Gohmert Republican 2004 Re-elected Louie Gohmert (R) 89.7%
Charles Parkes (L) 10.3%
Texas 2 Ted Poe Republican 2004 Re-elected Ted Poe (R) 88.6
David Smith (L) 11.4%
Texas 3 Sam Johnson Republican 1991 Re-elected Sam Johnson (R) 66.3%
John Lingenfelder (D) 31.3%
Christopher Claytor (L) 2.4%
Texas 4 Ralph Hall Republican 1980 Re-elected Ralph Hall (R) 73.2%
VaLinda Hathcox (D) 22.0%
Jim Prindle (L) 2.5%
Shane Shepard (I) 2.3%
Texas 5 Jeb Hensarling Republican 2002 Re-elected Jeb Hensarling (R) 70.5%
Tom Berry (D) 27.5%
Ken Ashby (L) 2.0%
Texas 6 Joe Barton Republican 1984 Re-elected Joe Barton (R) 65.9%
David Cozad (D) 31.2%
Byron Severns (L) 2.9%
Texas 7 John Culberson Republican 2000 Re-elected John Culberson (R) 81.4%
Bob Townsend (L) 18.0%
Lisa Squiers (W-I) 0.6%
Texas 8 Kevin Brady Republican 1996 Re-elected Kevin Brady (R) 80.3%
Kent Hargett (D) 17.2%
Bruce West (L) 2.5%
Texas 9 Al Green Democratic 2004 Re-elected Al Green (D) 75.7%
Steve Mueller (R) 22.9%
Michael Hope (L) 1.4%
Texas 10 Michael McCaul Republican 2004 Re-elected Michael McCaul (R) 64.7%
Ted Ankrum (D) 33.0%
J.P. Perkins (L) 2.3%
Texas 11 Mike Conaway Republican 2004 Re-elected Mike Conaway (R) 80.8%
James Quillan (D) 15.4%
James Powell (L) 2.8%
Jim Howe (G) 0.9%
Texas 12 Kay Granger Republican 1996 Re-elected Kay Granger (R) 71.9%
Tracey Smith (D) 25.1%
Matthew Sodolow (L) 3.0%
Texas 13 Mac Thornberry Republican 1994 Re-elected Mac Thornberry (R) 87.1%
Keith Dyer (I) 8.6%
John Burwell (L) 4.3%
Texas 14 Ron Paul Republican 1996 Re-elected Ron Paul (R) 76.0%
Robert Pruett (D) 24.0%
Texas 15 Ruben Hinojosa Democratic 1996 Re-elected Ruben Hinojosa (D) 55.7%
Eddie Zamora (R) 41.6%
Aaron Cohn (L) 2.7%
Texas 16 Silvestre Reyes Democratic 1996 Re-elected Silvestre Reyes (D) 58.1%
Tim Besco (R) 36.6%
Bill Collins (L) 5.1%
Tim Collins (W-I) 0.3%
Texas 17 Chet Edwards Democratic 1990 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Bill Flores (R) 61.8%
Chet Edwards (D) 36.6%
Richard Kelly (L) 1.6%
Texas 18 Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic 1994 Re-elected Sheila Jackson Lee (D) 70.1%
John Faulk (R) 27.3%
Mike Taylor (L) 2.6%
Texas 19 Randy Neugebauer Republican 2002 Re-elected Randy Neugebauer (R) 77.7%
Andy Wilson (D) 19.1%
Chip Peterson (L) 3.2%
Texas 20 Charlie Gonzalez Democratic 1998 Re-elected Charlie Gonzalez (D) 63.6%
Clayton Trotter (R) 34.5%
Michael Idrogo (L) 1.9%
Texas 21 Lamar Smith Republican 1986 Re-elected Lamar Smith (R) 68.9%
Laney Melnick (D) 27.9%
James Arthur Strohm (L) 3.2%
Texas 22 Pete Olson Republican 2008 Re-elected Pete Olson (R) 67.5%
Kesha Rogers (D) 29.8%
Steven Susman (L) 2.7%
Texas 23 Ciro Rodriguez Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Quico Canseco (R) 49.4%
Ciro Rodriguez (D) 44.4%
Craig Stephens (I) 3.6%
Martin Nitschke (L) 1.6%
Ed Scharf (G) 0.9%
Texas 24 Kenny Marchant Republican 2004 Re-elected Kenny Marchant (R) 81.6%
David Sparks (L) 18.4%
Texas 25 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 1994 Re-elected Lloyd Doggett (D) 52.8%
Donna Campbell (R) 44.8%
Jim Stutsman (L) 2.3%
Texas 26 Michael Burgess Republican 2002 Re-elected Michael Burgess (R) 67.1%
Neil Durrance (D) 30.7%
Mark Boler (L) 2.2%
Texas 27 Solomon Ortiz Democratic 1982 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Blake Farenthold (R) 47.9%
Solomon Ortiz (D) 47.1%
Ed Mishou (L) 5.0%
Texas 28 Henry Cuellar Democratic 2004 Re-elected Henry Cuellar (D) 56.3%
Bryan Underwood (R) 42.0%
Stephen Kaat (L) 1.7%
Texas 29 Gene Green Democratic 1992 Re-elected Gene Green (D) 64.6%
Roy Morales (R) 34.1%
Brad Walters (L) 1.3%
Texas 30 Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic 1992 Re-elected Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) 75.7%
Stephen Broden (R) 21.6%
J. B. Oswalt (L) 2.6%
Texas 31 John Carter Republican 2002 Re-elected John Carter (R) 82.5%
Bill Oliver (L) 17.5%
Texas 32 Pete Sessions Republican 1996 Re-elected Pete Sessions (R) 62.6%
Grier Raggio (D) 34.9%
John Jay Myers (L) 2.5%

Utah[edit]

Utah's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[116]
Utah 1 Rob Bishop Republican 2002 Re-elected Rob Bishop (R) 69.2%
Morgan Bowen (D) 23.9%
Kirk Pearson (C) 4.7%
Jared Paul Stratton (L) 2.2%
Utah 2 Jim Matheson Democratic 2000 Re-elected Jim Matheson (D) 50.5%
Morgan Philpot (R) 46.1%
Randall Hinton (C) 1.8%
Dave Glissmeyer (I) 0.9%
Wayne Hill (I) 0.7%
Utah 3 Jason Chaffetz Republican 2008 Re-elected Jason Chaffetz (R) 72.3%
Karen Hyer (D) 22.9%
Douglas Sligting (C) 2.4%
Jake Shannon (L) 1.5%
Joseph Puente (I) 0.8%

Vermont[edit]

Vermont's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[117]
Vermont at-large Peter Welch Democratic 2006 Re-elected Peter Welch (D) 64.6%
Paul Beaudry (R) 32.0%
Gus Jaccaci (I) 2.0%
Jane Newton (S) 1.4%

Virginia[edit]

Virginia's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[118]
Virginia 1 Rob Wittman Republican 2007 Re-elected Rob Wittman (R) 63.9%
Krystal Ball (D) 34.8%
Glenda Gail Parker (IG) 1.2%
Virginia 2 Glenn Nye Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Scott Rigell (R) 53.1%
Glenn Nye (D) 42.5%
Kenny Golden (I) 4.3%
Virginia 3 Bobby Scott Democratic 1992 Re-elected Bobby Scott (D) 70.0%
Chuck Smith (R) 27.2%
James Quigley (L) 1.5%
John D. Kelly (I) 1.2%
Virginia 4 Randy Forbes Republican 2001 Re-elected Randy Forbes (R) 62.3%
Wynne LeGrow (D) 37.5%
Virginia 5 Tom Perriello Democratic 2008 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Robert Hurt (R) 50.8%
Tom Perriello (D) 47.0%
Jeffrey Clark (I) 2.1%
Virginia 6 Bob Goodlatte Republican 1992 Re-elected Bob Goodlatte (R) 76.3%
Jeffrey Vanke (I) 13.0%
Stuart Bain (L) 9.2%
Virginia 7 Eric Cantor Republican 2000 Re-elected Eric Cantor (R) 59.2%
Rick Waugh (D) 34.1%
Floyd Bayne (IG) 6.5%
Virginia 8 Jim Moran Democratic 1990 Re-elected Jim Moran (D) 61.0%
Patrick Murphy (R) 37.3%
Ron Fisher (IG) 1.4%
Virginia 9 Rick Boucher Democratic 1982 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Morgan Griffith (R) 51.2%
Rick Boucher (D) 46.4%
Jeremiah Heaton (I) 2.3%
Virginia 10 Frank Wolf Republican 1980 Re-elected Frank Wolf (R) 62.9%
Jeff Barnett (D) 34.8%
William Redpath (L) 2.2%
Virginia 11 Gerry Connolly Democratic 2008 Re-elected Gerry Connolly (D) 49.2%
Keith Fimian (R) 48.8%
Chris DeCarlo (I) 0.8%
David Dotson (L) 0.6%
David Gillis (IG) 0.4%

Washington[edit]

Washington's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[119]
Washington 1 Jay Inslee Democratic 1998 Re-elected Jay Inslee (D) 57.7%
James Watkins (R) 42.3%
Washington 2 Rick Larsen Democratic 2000 Re-elected Rick Larsen (D) 51.1%
John Koster (R) 48.9%
Washington 3 Brian Baird Democratic 1998 Retired
Republican gain
Jaime Herrera (R) 53.0%
Denny Heck (D) 47.0%
Washington 4 Doc Hastings Republican 1994 Re-elected Doc Hastings (R) 67.6%
Jay Clough (D) 32.4%
Washington 5 Cathy McMorris Rodgers Republican 2004 Re-elected Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) 63.7%
Daryl Romeyn (D) 36.3%
Washington 6 Norm Dicks Democratic 1976 Re-elected Norm Dicks (D) 58.0%
Doug Cloud (R) 42.0%
Washington 7 Jim McDermott Democratic 1988 Re-elected Jim McDermott (D) 83.0%
Bob Jeffers-Schroder (I) 17.0%
Washington 8 Dave Reichert Republican 2004 Re-elected Dave Reichert (R) 52.1%
Suzan DelBene (D) 47.9%
Washington 9 Adam Smith Democratic 1996 Re-elected Adam Smith (D) 54.9%
Dick Muri (R) 45.1%

West Virginia[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[120]
West Virginia 1 Alan Mollohan Democratic 1982 Lost renomination
Republican gain
David McKinley (R) 50.4%
Mike Oliverio (D) 49.6%
West Virginia 2 Shelley Capito Republican 2000 Re-elected Shelley Capito (R) 68.5%
Virginia Lynch Graf (D) 29.7%
Phil Hudok (C) 1.8%
West Virginia 3 Nick Rahall Democratic 1976 Re-elected Nick Rahall (D) 56.0%
Spike Maynard (R) 44.0%

Wisconsin[edit]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[121]
Wisconsin 1 Paul Ryan Republican 1998 Re-elected Paul Ryan (R) 68.2%
John Heckenlively (D) 30.1%
Joseph Kexel (L) 1.6%
Wisconsin 2 Tammy Baldwin Democratic 1998 Re-elected Tammy Baldwin (D) 61.8%
Chad Lee (R) 38.2%
Wisconsin 3 Ron Kind Democratic 1996 Re-elected Ron Kind (D) 50.3%
Dan Kapanke (R) 46.5%
Michael Krsiean (I) 3.2%
Wisconsin 4 Gwen Moore Democratic 2004 Re-elected Gwen Moore (D) 69.0%
Dan Sebring (R) 29.6%
Ahmad Ayyash (I) 1.4%
Wisconsin 5 Jim Sensenbrenner Republican 1978 Re-elected Jim Sensenbrenner (R) 69.3%
Todd Kolosso (D) 27.4%
Robert R. Raymond (I) 3.3%
Wisconsin 6 Tom Petri Republican 1979 Re-elected Tom Petri (R) 70.7%
Joseph Kallas (D) 29.3%
Wisconsin 7 Dave Obey Democratic 1969 Retired
Republican gain
Sean Duffy (R) 52.1%
Julie Lassa (D) 44.4%
Gary Kauther (I) 3.3%
Wisconsin 8 Steve Kagen Democratic 2006 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Reid Ribble (R) 54.8%
Steve Kagen (D) 45.1%

Wyoming[edit]

Wyoming's results
District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[122]
Wyoming at-large Cynthia Lummis Republican 2008 Re-elected Cynthia Lummis (R) 70.5%
David Wendt (D) 24.5%
John Love (L) 5.0%

Non-voting delegates[edit]

The House of Representatives includes five Delegates from the District of Columbia and outlying territories elected to two-year terms and one Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico elected to a four-year term (for which the last election was held in 2008, so that seat is not up for re-election in 2010). These delegates are not allowed to vote on the floor of the House of Representatives.

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates
American Samoa Eni Faleomavaega Democratic 1988 Re-elected Eni Faleomavaega (D) 56.3%
Aumua Coleman Amata (R) 40.5%
Tuika Tuika (I) 3.2%[123]
District of Columbia Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic 1990 Re-elected Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) 88.9%
Marjorie Reilly Smith (R) 6.1%
Rick Tingling-Clemmons (DC) 3.3%
Queen Noble (I) 0.6%[124]
Guam Madeleine Bordallo Democratic 2002 Re-elected Madeleine Bordallo (D) unopposed
Northern Mariana Islands Gregorio Sablan Independent 2008 Re-elected Gregorio Sablan (I) 43.2%
Joe Camacho (Cov) 24.2%
Juan Babauta (R) 17.5%
Jesus Borja (D) 15.1%[125]
U.S. Virgin Islands Donna Christian-Christensen Democratic 1996 Re-elected Donna Christian-Christensen (D) 71.2%
Jeffrey Moorhead (I) 18.7%
Vincent Emile Danet (R) 8.5%
Guillaume Mimoun (I) 1.5%[126]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The nonvoting delegates represent the District of Columbia; the territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the Virgin Islands; and the commonwealths of the Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico, see 48 U.S.C. § 16. They are all chosen biennially except for Puerto Rico's delegate, who is elected every four years, and will face re-election in 2012.

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Further reading[edit]

  • Abramson, Paul R. John H Aldrich and David W Rohde, Change and Continuity in the 2008 and 2010 Elections (2011)
  • Bullock, Charles S., III et al. Key States, High Stakes: Sarah Palin, the Tea Party, and the 2010 Elections (2011) excerpt and text search

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