United States House of Representatives elections, 2018

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United States House of Representatives elections, 2018
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All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives[Note 1]
218 seats needed for a majority
  Paul Ryan 113th Congress.jpg Nancy Pelosi 113th Congress 2013.jpg
Leader Paul Ryan Nancy Pelosi
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since October 29, 2015 January 3, 2003
Leader's seat Wisconsin-1st California-12th
Current seats 240 194
Seats needed Steady Increase24

115th U.S. Congress House districts blank.svg

     Seat up for election in 2018


Incumbent Speaker

Paul Ryan
Republican



The 2018 United States House of Representatives elections will be held on November 6, 2018. Elections will be held to elect representatives from all 435 congressional districts across each of the 50 U.S. states. Non-voting delegates from the District of Columbia and four of the five inhabited U.S. territories[Note 2] will also be elected. The winners of this election will serve in the 116th United States Congress, with seats apportioned among the states based on the 2010 United States Census. Republicans have held a House majority since the 2010 elections, although they lost six seats in the 2016 elections.

The midterm elections will take place halfway through Republican President Donald Trump's term, the 2018 Senate elections, 2018 gubernatorial elections, and many state and local elections will also be held on this date.

Retiring incumbents[edit]

Republicans[edit]

Seventeen Republicans are retiring from their seats in 2018.

  1. Florida 27: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: Retiring[1]
  2. Idaho 1: Raúl Labrador: To run for Governor of Idaho[2]
  3. Indiana 4: Todd Rokita: To run for U.S. Senate[3]
  4. Indiana 6: Luke Messer: To run for U.S. Senate[4]
  5. Kansas 2: Lynn Jenkins: Retiring[5]
  6. Michigan 11: Dave Trott: Retiring[6]
  7. New Mexico 2: Steve Pearce: To run for Governor of New Mexico[7]
  8. Ohio 16: Jim Renacci: To run for Governor of Ohio[8]
  9. Oklahoma 1: Jim Bridenstine: Retiring, to become Administrator of NASA (confirmation pending)[9]
  10. Pennsylvania 11: Lou Barletta: To run for the U.S. Senate[10]
  11. Pennsylvania 15: Charlie Dent: Retiring[11]
  12. South Dakota at-large: Kristi Noem: To run for Governor of South Dakota[12]
  13. Tennessee 2: Jimmy Duncan: Retiring[13]
  14. Tennessee 6: Diane Black: To run for Governor of Tennessee[14]
  15. Texas 3: Sam Johnson: Retiring[15]
  16. Washington 8: Dave Reichert: Retiring[16]
  17. West Virginia 3: Evan Jenkins: To run for the U.S. Senate[17]

Democrats[edit]

Eight Democrats are retiring from their seats in 2018.

  1. Colorado 2: Jared Polis: To run for Governor of Colorado[18]
  2. Hawaii 1: Colleen Hanabusa: To run for Governor of Hawaii[19]
  3. Maryland 6: John Delaney: To run for President of the United States[20]
  4. Massachusetts 3: Niki Tsongas: Retiring[21]
  5. Minnesota 1: Tim Walz: To run for Governor of Minnesota[22]
  6. Nevada 3: Jacky Rosen: To run for U.S. Senate[23]
  7. New Mexico 1: Michelle Lujan Grisham: To run for Governor of New Mexico[24]
  8. Texas 16: Beto O'Rourke: To run for the U.S. Senate[25]

Election predictions[edit]

Several sites and individuals publish predictions of competitive seats, these predictions look at factors such as the strength of the incumbent (if the incumbent is running for re-election), the strength of the candidates, and the partisan leanings of the state (reflected in part by the state's Cook Partisan Voting Index rating). The predictions assign ratings to each seat, with the rating indicating the predicted advantage that a party has in winning that seat. Most election predictors use "tossup" to indicate that neither party has an advantage, "lean" to indicate that one party has a slight advantage, "likely" or "favored" to indicate that one party has a significant but not insurmountable advantage, and "safe" or "solid" to indicate that one party has a near-certain chance of victory. Some predictions also include a "tilt" rating that indicates that one party has an advantage that is not quite as strong as the "lean" rating would indicate. If a candidate's name is in parentheses, then the seat is open due to retirement or pursuit of another office.

District 2017
CPVI
[26]
Incumbent First
elected
2016
result[27]
Cook
September 11,
2017
[28]
Roth.
September 15,
2017
[29]
Sab.
September 11,
2017
[30]
Alaska at-large R+9 Don Young (R) 1972 50.3% R Safe R Safe R Likely R
Arizona 1 R+2 Tom O'Halleran (D) 2016 50.7% D Leans D Tossup Leans D
Arizona 2 R+1 Martha McSally (R) 2014 57.0% R Leans R Leans R Tossup
California 7 D+3 Ami Bera (D) 2012 51.2% D Leans D Likely D Leans D
California 10 EVEN Jeff Denham (R) 2010 51.7% R Leans R Leans R Tossup
California 16 D+9 Jim Costa (D) 2004 58.0% D Safe D Safe D Likely D
California 21 D+5 David Valadao (R) 2012 56.7% R Likely R Likely R Likely R
California 24 D+7 Salud Carbajal (D) 2016 53.4% D Likely D Likely D Likely D
California 25 EVEN Steve Knight (R) 2014 53.1% R Tossup Leans R Tossup
California 39 EVEN Ed Royce (R) 1992 57.2% R Leans R Leans R Likely R
California 45 R+3 Mimi Walters (R) 2014 58.6% R Leans R Likely R Likely R
California 48 R+4 Dana Rohrabacher (R) 1988 58.3% R Leans R Tilt R Tossup
California 49 R+1 Darrell Issa (R) 2000 50.3% R Tossup Tossup Tossup
California 50 R+11 Duncan D. Hunter (R) 2008 63.5% R Safe R Likely R Safe R
Colorado 6 D+2 Mike Coffman (R) 2008 50.9% R Tossup Tilt R Tossup
Florida 7 EVEN Stephanie Murphy (D) 2016 51.5% D Leans D Tilt D Leans D
Florida 13 D+2 Charlie Crist (D) 2016 51.9% D Likely D Leans D Leans D
Florida 18 R+5 Brian Mast (R) 2016 53.6% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
Florida 25 R+4 Mario Diaz-Balart (R) 2002 62.4% R Safe R Safe R Likely R
Florida 26 D+6 Carlos Curbelo (R) 2014 53.0% R Leans R Tilt R Tossup
Florida 27 D+5 (Ileana Ros-Lehtinen) (R) 1989 54.9% R Leans D Leans D Leans D
Georgia 6 R+8 Karen Handel (R) 2017 51.9% R[Note 3] Leans R Leans R Leans R
Georgia 7 R+9 Rob Woodall (R) 2010 60.4% R Likely R Safe R Safe R
Illinois 6 R+2 Peter Roskam (R) 2006 59.2% R Leans R Likely R Likely R
Illinois 10 D+10 Brad Schneider (D) 2016 52.6% D Safe D Safe D Likely D
Illinois 12 R+5 Mike Bost (R) 2014 54.3% R Leans R Leans R Likely R
Illinois 13 R+3 Rodney Davis (R) 2014 59.7% R Likely R Likely R Likely R
Illinois 14 R+5 Randy Hultgren (R) 2010 59.3% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
Illinois 17 D+3 Cheri Bustos (D) 2012 60.3% D Safe D Safe D Likely D
Iowa 1 D+1 Rod Blum (R) 2014 53.7% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Iowa 2 D+1 Dave Loebsack (D) 2006 53.7% D Likely D Safe D Likely D
Iowa 3 R+1 David Young (R) 2014 53.5% R Leans R Likely R Leans R
Kansas 2 R+10 (Lynn Jenkins) (R) 2008 60.9% R Likely R Leans R Likely R
Kansas 3 R+4 Kevin Yoder (R) 2010 51.3% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Kentucky 6 R+9 Andy Barr (R) 2012 61.1% R Safe R Leans R Likely R
Maine 2 R+2 Bruce Poliquin (R) 2014 54.8% R Leans R Likely R Leans R
Michigan 6 R+4 Fred Upton (R) 1986 58.7% R Safe R Likely R Safe R
Michigan 7 R+7 Tim Walberg (R) 2010 55.1% R Likely R Safe R Safe R
Michigan 8 R+4 Mike Bishop (R) 2014 56.0% R Likely R Leans R Likely R
Michigan 11 R+4 (Dave Trott) (R) 2014 52.9% R Tossup Leans R Tossup
Minnesota 1 R+5 (Tim Walz) (D) 2006 50.3% D Tossup Tossup Tossup
Minnesota 2 R+2 Jason Lewis (R) 2016 47.0% R Tossup Tossup Tossup
Minnesota 3 D+1 Erik Paulsen (R) 2008 56.7% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Minnesota 7 R+12 Collin Peterson (D) 1990 52.5% D Likely D Leans D Likely D
Minnesota 8 R+4 Rick Nolan (D) 2012 50.2% D Leans D Leans D Leans D
Montana at-large R+11 Greg Gianforte (R) 2017 49.7% R[Note 4] Likely R Leans R Leans R
Nebraska 2 R+4 Don Bacon (R) 2016 48.9% R Tossup Leans R Tossup
Nevada 3 R+2 (Jacky Rosen) (D) 2016 47.2% D Tossup Tilt D Tossup
Nevada 4 D+3 Ruben Kihuen (D) 2016 48.5% D Leans D Likely D Likely D
New Hampshire 1 R+2 Carol Shea-Porter (D) 2016 44.3% D Tossup Tilt D Tossup
New Hampshire 2 D+2 Ann McLane Kuster (D) 2012 49.8% D Likely D Safe D Likely D
New Jersey 3 R+2 Tom MacArthur (R) 2014 59.3% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
New Jersey 5 R+3 Josh Gottheimer (D) 2016 51.1% D Leans D Tossup Leans D
New Jersey 7 R+3 Leonard Lance (R) 2008 54.1% R Leans R Likely R Leans R
New Jersey 11 R+3 Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) 1994 58.0% R Leans R Likely R Leans R
New Mexico 2 R+6 (Steve Pearce) (R) 2010 62.7% R Likely R Likely R Likely R
New York 1 R+5 Lee Zeldin (R) 2016 58.2% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
New York 3 D+1 Thomas Suozzi (D) 2016 53.0% D Likely D Safe D Likely D
New York 11 R+3 Dan Donovan (R) 2015 61.5% R Safe R Likely R Safe R
New York 18 R+1 Sean Patrick Maloney (D) 2012 55.6% D Likely D Safe D Likely D
New York 19 R+2 John Faso (R) 2016 54.0% R Tossup Tilt R Leans R
New York 22 R+6 Claudia Tenney (R) 2016 46.5% R Leans R Tilt R Leans R
New York 23 R+6 Tom Reed (R) 2010 57.6% R Safe R Safe R Likely R
New York 24 D+3 John Katko (R) 2014 60.5% R Likely R Likely R Likely R
North Carolina 2 R+7 George Holding (R) 2012 56.7% R Likely R Safe R Safe R
North Carolina 9 R+8 Robert Pittenger (R) 2012 58.2% R Likely R Likely R Safe R
North Carolina 13 R+6 Ted Budd (R) 2016 56.1% R Likely R Safe R Safe R
Ohio 1 R+5 Steve Chabot (R) 2010 59.2% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
Ohio 16 R+8 (Jim Renacci) (R) 2010 65.3% R Likely R Safe R Safe R
Oregon 5 EVEN Kurt Schrader (D) 2008 53.5% D Likely D Safe D Safe D
Pennsylvania 6 R+2 Ryan Costello (R) 2014 57.2% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Pennsylvania 7 R+1 Pat Meehan (R) 2010 59.5% R Likely R Likely R Leans R
Pennsylvania 8 R+2 Brian Fitzpatrick (R) 2016 54.4% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Pennsylvania 15 R+4 (Charlie Dent) (R) 2004 58.4% R Leans R Leans R Leans R
Pennsylvania 16 R+5 Lloyd Smucker (R) 2016 53.8% R Likely R Leans R Likely R
Pennsylvania 17 R+1 Matt Cartwright (D) 2012 53.8% D Likely D Likely D Likely D
Texas 7 R+7 John Culberson (R) 2000 56.2% R Leans R Leans R Likely R
Texas 23 R+1 Will Hurd (R) 2014 48.3% R Leans R Tossup Tossup
Texas 32 R+5 Pete Sessions (R) 1996 71.1% R Leans R Likely R Likely R
Utah 4 R+13 Mia Love (R) 2014 53.8% R Safe R Safe R Likely R
Virginia 2 R+3 Scott Taylor (R) 2016 61.3% R Likely R Safe R Likely R
Virginia 5 R+6 Tom Garrett (R) 2016 58.2% R Likely R Likely R Likely R
Virginia 10 D+1 Barbara Comstock (R) 2014 52.7% R Tossup Tilt R Tossup
Washington 8 EVEN (Dave Reichert) (R) 2004 60.2% R Tossup Tilt D Tossup
West Virginia 3 R+23 (Evan Jenkins) (R) 2014 67.9% R Safe R Safe R Likely R
Wisconsin 3 EVEN Ron Kind (D) 1996 98.9% D Likely D Likely D Likely D
District 2017
CPVI
Incumbent First
elected
2016
result
Cook Roth. Sab.

Special elections[edit]

District Incumbent Party First elected Results Candidates
Kansas 4 Mike Pompeo Republican 2010 Incumbent resigned January 23, 2017, upon confirmation as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
A special election was held April 11, 2017.
Republican hold.
Ron Estes (Republican) 52.2%[31]
James Thompson (Democratic) 46.0%
Chris Rockhold (Libertarian) 1.7%
Montana at-large Ryan Zinke Republican 2014 Incumbent resigned March 1, 2017, upon confirmation as United States Secretary of the Interior.
A special election was held May 25, 2017.
Republican hold.
Greg Gianforte (Republican) 50.0%[32]
Rob Quist (Democratic) 44.4%
Mark Wicks (Libertarian) 5.7%
California 34 Xavier Becerra Democratic 1992 Incumbent resigned January 24, 2017, upon confirmation as Attorney General of California.
A special election was held June 6, 2017.
Democratic hold.
Jimmy Gomez (Democratic) 59.2%[33]
Robert Lee Ahn (Democratic) 40.8%
Georgia 6 Tom Price Republican 2004 Incumbent resigned February 10, 2017, upon confirmation as United States Secretary of Health and Human Services.
A special election was held June 20, 2017.
Republican hold.
Karen Handel (Republican) 51.9%[34]
Jon Ossoff (Democratic) 48.1%
South Carolina 5 Mick Mulvaney Republican 2010 Incumbent resigned February 16, 2017, upon confirmation as Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
A special election was held June 20, 2017.
Republican hold.
Ralph Norman (Republican) 51.1%[35]
Archie Parnell (Democratic) 47.9%
Josh Thornton (American) 0.4%
Victor Kocher (Libertarian) 0.3%
David Kulma (Green) 0.3%
Utah 3 Jason Chaffetz Republican 2008 Incumbent resigned June 30, 2017.
A special election will be held November 7, 2017. Party primaries were held on August 15, 2017.
John Curtis (Republican)
Kathie Allen (Democratic)
Jim Bennett (United Utah)
Joe Buchman (Libertarian)
Jason Christensen (IAP)
Sean Whalen (Independent)

Complete list of elections[edit]

Alabama[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Alabama 1 R+15 Byrne, BradleyBradley Byrne Republican 2013 Running Bradley Byrne (Republican)[36]
Alabama 2 R+16 Roby, MarthaMartha Roby Republican 2010 Tommy Amason (Republican)[37]
Barry Moore (Republican)[38]
Audri Scott Williams (Democratic)[39]
Alabama 3 R+16 Rogers, MikeMike Rogers Republican 2002
Alabama 4 R+30 Robert Aderholt Republican 1996
Alabama 5 R+18 Brooks, MoMo Brooks Republican 2010 Running Mo Brooks (Republican)[40]
Clayton Hinchman (Republican)[41]
Bill Holtzclaw (Republican)[42]
Butler Cain (Democratic)[43]
Peter Joffrion (Democratic)[44]
Michael Sweeney (Democratic)[45]
Alabama 6 R+26 Palmer, GaryGary Palmer Republican 2014 Danner Kline (Democratic)[46]
Alabama 7 D+20 Sewell, TerriTerri Sewell Democratic 2010

Alaska[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Alaska at-large R+9 Don Young Republican 1972 Running Don Young (Republican)[47]
Dimitri Shein (Democratic)[48]

Arizona[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Arizona 1 R+2 Tom O'Halleran Democratic 2016 Kevin Cavanaugh (Republican)[49]
Shawn Redd (Republican)[50]
Steve Smith (Republican)[51]
Arizona 2 R+1 Martha McSally Republican 2014 Matt Heinz (Democratic)[52]
Ann Kirkpatrick (Democratic)[53]
Billy Kovacs (Democratic)[54]
Mary Matiella (Democratic)[55]
Bruce Wheeler (Democratic)[56]
Arizona 3 D+13 Raúl Grijalva Democratic 2002
Arizona 4 R+21 Paul Gosar Republican 2010 Running Paul Gosar (Republican)[57]
Arizona 5 R+15 Andy Biggs Republican 2016
Arizona 6 R+9 David Schweikert Republican 2010 Anita Malik (Democratic)[58]
Garrick McFadden (Democratic)[59]
Arizona 7 D+23 Ruben Gallego Democratic 2014
Arizona 8 R+13 Trent Franks Republican 2002 Chris Sylvester (Republican)[60]
Judith McHale (Democratic)[60]
Hiral Tipirneni (Democratic)[61]
Brianna Westbrook (Democratic)[62]
Arizona 9 D+4 Kyrsten Sinema Democratic 2012 Steve Ferrara (Republican)[63]

Arkansas[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Arkansas 1 R+17 Rick Crawford Republican 2010 Running Rick Crawford (Republican)[64]
Robert Butler (Democratic)[65]
Arkansas 2 R+7 French Hill Republican 2014 Running French Hill (Republican)[66]
Gwendolynn Combs (Democratic)[67]
Paul Spencer (Democratic)[68]
Arkansas 3 R+19 Steve Womack Republican 2010 Robb Ryerse (Republican)[69]
Joshua Mahony (Democratic)[70]
Arkansas 4 R+17 Bruce Westerman Republican 2014 Michael Barrett (Independent)[71]

California[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
California 1 R+11 Doug LaMalfa Republican 2012 Dennis Duncan (Democratic)[72]
Jessica Holcombe (Democratic)[72]
Marty Walters (Democratic)[73]
California 2 D+22 Jared Huffman Democratic 2012
California 3 D+5 John Garamendi Democratic 2009
California 4 R+10 Tom McClintock Republican 2008 Regina Bateson (Democratic)[74]
Roza Calderon (Democratic)[75]
Jessica Morse (Democratic)[76]
Rochelle Wilcox (Democratic)[75]
California 5 D+21 Mike Thompson Democratic 1998 Jason Kishineff (Green)[77]
California 6 D+21 Doris Matsui Democratic 2005
California 7 D+3 Ami Bera Democratic 2012 Brad Westmoreland (Democratic)[78]
Yona Barash (Republican)[79]
Andrew Grant (Republican)[80]
Omba Kipuke (Republican)[81]
California 8 R+9 Paul Cook Republican 2012 Ronald O'Donnell (Democratic)[82]
Rita Ramirez (Democratic)[83]
California 9 D+8 Jerry McNerney Democratic 2006
California 10 EVEN Jeff Denham Republican 2010 Mike Barkley (Democratic)[84]
Lisa Battista (Democratic)[84]
TJ Cox (Democratic)[85]
Josh Harder (Democratic)[86]
Virginia Madueño (Democratic)[87]
Mateo Morelos Bedolla (Democratic)[88]
Dotty Nygard (Democratic)[89]
Seth Vaughn (Democratic)[84]
Sue Zwahlen (Democratic)[90]
Terra Snover (Independent)[91]
California 11 D+21 Mark DeSaulnier Democratic 2014
California 12 D+37 Nancy Pelosi Democratic 1987 Stephen Jaffe (Democratic)[92]
California 13 D+40 Barbara Lee Democratic 1998
California 14 D+27 Jackie Speier Democratic 2008
California 15 D+20 Eric Swalwell Democratic 2012
California 16 D+9 Jim Costa Democratic 2004
California 17 D+25 Ro Khanna Democratic 2016
California 18 D+23 Anna Eshoo Democratic 1992
California 19 D+24 Zoe Lofgren Democratic 1994
California 20 D+23 Jimmy Panetta Democratic 2016
California 21 D+5 David Valadao Republican 2012 Emilio Huerta (Democratic)[93]
California 22 R+8 Devin Nunes Republican 2002 Ricardo Franco (Democratic)[94]
Andrew Janz (Democratic)[95]
California 23 R+14 Kevin McCarthy Republican 2006 Joe Aleman (Republican)[96]
Wendy Reed (Democratic)[97]
California 24 D+7 Salud Carbajal Democratic 2016 Michael Erin Woody (Republican)[98]
California 25 EVEN Steve Knight Republican 2014 Bryan Caforio (Democratic)[99]
Katie Hill (Democratic)[100]
Jess Phoenix (Democratic)[101]
California 26 D+7 Julia Brownley Democratic 2012 Antonio Sabàto Jr. (Republican)[102]
Shane Skelton (Republican)[103]
California 27 D+16 Judy Chu Democratic 2009
California 28 D+23 Adam Schiff Democratic 2000
California 29 D+29 Tony Cárdenas Democratic 2012 Angelica Duenas (Green)[104]
California 30 D+18 Brad Sherman Democratic 1996
California 31 D+8 Pete Aguilar Democratic 2014 Sean Flynn (Republican)[105]
California 32 D+17 Grace Napolitano Democratic 1998 Running Grace Napolitano (Democratic)[106]
California 33 D+16 Ted Lieu Democratic 2014
California 34 D+35 Jimmy Gomez Democratic 2017
California 35 D+19 Norma Torres Democratic 2014
California 36 D+2 Raul Ruiz Democratic 2012
California 37 D+37 Karen Bass Democratic 2010 Ted Alemayhu (Independent)[107]
California 38 D+17 Linda Sánchez Democratic 2002
California 39 EVEN Ed Royce Republican 1992 Running Ed Royce (Republican)[108]
Gil Cisneros (Democratic)[109]
Sam Jammal (Democratic)[110]
Phil Janowicz (Democratic)[111]
Andy Thorburn (Democratic)[112]
Mai Khanh Tran (Democratic)[113]
California 40 D+33 Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic 1992
California 41 D+12 Mark Takano Democratic 2012 Doug Shepherd (Republican)[114]
Aja Smith (Republican)[115]
California 42 R+9 Ken Calvert Republican 1992 Julia Peacock (Democratic)[116]
Matt Woody (Independent)[117]
California 43 D+29 Maxine Waters Democratic 1990 Edwin Duterte (Republican)[118]
Omar Navarro (Republican)[119]
Miguel Zuñiga (Green)[120]
California 44 D+35 Nanette Barragán Democratic 2016
California 45 R+3 Mimi Walters Republican 2014 Rob Schneiderman (Republican)[121]
Brian Forde (Democratic)[122]
Kia Hamadanchy (Democratic)[123]
Dave Min (Democratic)[124]
Katie Porter (Democratic)[125]
Greg Ramsay (Democratic)[126]
Eric Rywalski (Democratic)[127]
Ron Varasteh (Democratic)[128]
California 46 D+15 Lou Correa Democratic 2016
California 47 D+13 Alan Lowenthal Democratic 2012
California 48 R+4 Dana Rohrabacher Republican 1988 Stelian Onufrei (Republican)[129]
Hans Keirstead (Democratic)[130]
Michael Kotick (Democratic)[131]
Laura Oatman (Democratic)[132]
Boyd Roberts (Democratic)[133]
Harley Rouda (Democratic)[134]
Omar Siddiqui (Democratic)[135]
Tony Zarkades (Democratic)[136]
Brandon Reiser (Libertarian)[137]
California 49 R+1 Darrell Issa Republican 2000 Doug Applegate (Democratic)[138]
Paul Kerr (Democratic)[139]
Mike Levin (Democratic)[140]
California 50 R+11 Duncan D. Hunter Republican 2008 Andrew Zelt (Republican)[141]
Pierre Beauregard (Democratic)[142]
Josh Butner (Democratic)[143]
Ammar Campa-Najjar (Democratic)[144]
Glenn Jensen (Democratic)[145]
Patrick Malloy (Democratic)[146]
California 51 D+22 Juan Vargas Democratic 2012
California 52 D+6 Scott Peters Democratic 2012 Danny Casara (Republican)[147]
Omar Qudrat (Republican)[141]
James Veltmeyer Republican)[148]
California 53 D+14 Susan Davis Democratic 2000

Colorado[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Colorado 1 D+21 Diana DeGette Democratic 1996
Colorado 2 D+9 Jared Polis Democratic 2008 Retiring to run for Governor Howard Dotson (Democratic)[149]
Joe Neguse (Democratic)[150]
Mark Williams (Democratic)[151]
Todd Mitchem (Libertarian)[152]
Colorado 3 R+6 Scott Tipton Republican 2010 Chris Kennedy (Democratic)[153]
Diane Mitsch Bush (Democratic)[154]
Colorado 4 R+13 Ken Buck Republican 2014 Larry Germanson (Democratic)[155]
Chase Kohne (Democratic)[156]
Karen McCormick (Democratic)[157]
Colorado 5 R+14 Doug Lamborn Republican 2006 Darryl Glenn (Republican)[158]
Owen Hill (Republican)[159]
Betty Field (Democratic)[160]
Stephany Rose Spaulding (Democratic)[161]
Colorado 6 D+2 Mike Coffman Republican 2008 David Aarestad (Democratic)[162]
Jason Crow (Democratic)[163]
Levi Tillemann (Democratic)[164]
Colorado 7 D+6 Ed Perlmutter Democratic 2006 Running Ed Perlmutter (Democratic)[165]
Daniel Baer (Democratic)[166]

Connecticut[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Connecticut 1 D+12 John Larson Democratic 1998
Connecticut 2 D+3 Joe Courtney Democratic 2006 Running Joe Courtney (Democratic)[167]
Connecticut 3 D+9 Rosa DeLauro Democratic 1990 Running Rosa DeLauro (Democratic)[168]
Connecticut 4 D+7 Jim Himes Democratic 2008
Connecticut 5 D+2 Elizabeth Esty Democratic 2012 Running Elizabeth Esty (Democratic)[167]
Craig Diangelo (Republican)[169]

Delaware[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Delaware at-large D+6 Lisa Blunt Rochester Democratic 2016

Florida[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent status Candidates
Florida 1 R+22 Matt Gaetz Republican 2016 Cris Dosev (Republican)[170]
Phil Ehr (Democratic)[171]
Florida 2 R+18 Neal Dunn Republican 2016 Bob Rackleff (Democratic)[172]
Florida 3 R+9 Ted Yoho Republican 2012
Florida 4 R+17 John Rutherford Republican 2016 Rob Ficker (Republican)[173]
Monica DePaul (Democratic)[174]
Florida 5 D+12 Al Lawson Democratic 2016 Running Al Lawson (Democratic)[175]
Florida 6 R+7 Ron DeSantis Republican 2012 Nancy Soderberg (Democratic)[176]
Florida 7 EVEN Stephanie Murphy Democratic 2016 Chardo Richardson (Democratic)[177]
Mike Miller (Republican)[178]
Scott Sturgill (Republican)[179]
Florida 8 R+11 Bill Posey Republican 2008
Florida 9 D+5 Darren Soto Democratic 2016 Wayne Liebnitzky (Republican)[180]
Florida 10 D+11 Val Demings Democratic 2016
Florida 11 R+15 Dan Webster Republican 2010 Sam Allen (Democratic)[181]
Florida 12 R+8 Gus Bilirakis Republican 2006 Robert Tager (Democratic)[182]
Florida 13 D+2 Charlie Crist Democratic 2016
Florida 14 D+7 Kathy Castor Democratic 2006
Florida 15 R+6 Dennis Ross Republican 2010 Loretta Miller (Republican)[183]
Andrew Learned (Democratic)[184]
Cameron Magnuson (Democratic)[185]
Ray Peña (Democratic)[186]
Greg Pilkington (Democratic)[187]
Greg Williams (Democratic)[188]
Florida 16 R+7 Vern Buchanan Republican 2006 Calen Cristiani (Democratic)[189]
Florida 17 R+13 Tom Rooney Republican 2008 Bill Pollard (Democratic)[190]
Florida 18 R+5 Brian Mast Republican 2016 Pam Keith (Democratic)[191]
Florida 19 R+13 Francis Rooney Republican 2016 David Holden (Democratic)[192]
Florida 20 D+31 Alcee Hastings Democratic 1992
Florida 21 D+9 Lois Frankel Democratic 2012
Florida 22 D+6 Ted Deutch Democratic 2010 Paul Spain (Republican)[193]
Florida 23 D+11 Debbie Wasserman Schultz Democratic 2004 Tim Canova (Democratic)[194]
Carlos Reyes (Republican)[195]
Carla Spalding (Republican)[195]
Florida 24 D+34 Frederica Wilson Democratic 2010
Florida 25 R+4 Mario Díaz-Balart Republican 2002
Florida 26 D+6 Carlos Curbelo Republican 2014 Ricky Junquera (Democratic)[196]
Steven Machat (Democratic)[197]
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (Democratic)[197]
Florida 27 D+5 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican 1989 Retiring Bruno Barreiro (Republican)[198]
Raquel Regalado (Republican)[199]
Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera (Republican)[200]
Mary Barzee Flores (Democratic)[201]
Matt Haggman (Democratic)[202]
Michael Hepburn (Democratic)[203]
David Richardson (Democratic)[204]
José Javier Rodríguez (Democratic)[205]
Kristen Rosen Gonzalez (Democratic)[206]

Georgia[edit]

Congressional district Incumbent This race
District 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent status Candidates
Georgia 1 R+9 Buddy Carter Republican 2014 Running Buddy Carter (Republican)[207]
Steve Jarvis (Democratic)[208]
Lisa Ring (Democratic)[209]
Georgia 2 D+6 Sanford Bishop Democratic 1992 Bruce McPherson (Republican)[210]
Herman West (Republican)[211]
Georgia 3 R+18 Drew Ferguson Republican 2016 Chuck Enderlin (Democratic)[212]
Georgia 4 D+24 Hank Johnson Democratic 2006
Georgia 5 D+34 John Lewis Democratic 1986
Georgia 6 R+8 Karen Handel Republican 2017
Georgia 7 R+9 Rob Woodall Republican 2010 Shane Hazel (Republican)[213]
Kathleen Allen (Democratic)[214]
Carolyn Bourdeaux (Democratic)[215]
Melissa Davis (Democratic)[216]
David Kim (Democratic)[217]
Ethan Pham (Democratic)[218]
Steve Reilly (Democratic)[219]
Georgia 8 R+15 Austin Scott Republican 2010 Danny Ellyson (Republican)[220]
Georgia 9 R+31 Doug Collins Republican 2012 Josh McCall (Democratic)[221]
Georgia 10 R+15 Jody Hice Republican 2014 Chalis Montgomery (Democratic)[222]
Georgia 11 R+17 Barry Loudermilk Republican 2014
Georgia 12 R+9 Rick Allen Republican 2014
Georgia 13 D+20 David Scott Democratic 2002
Georgia 14 R+27 Tom Graves Republican 2010

Hawaii[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Hawaii 1 D+17 Colleen Hanabusa Democratic 2016 Retiring to run for Governor[19]
Hawaii 2 D+19 Tulsi Gabbard Democratic 2012

Idaho[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Idaho 1 R+21 Raul Labrador Republican 2010 Retiring to run for Governor Russ Fulcher (Republican)[223]
David Leroy (Republican)[224]
Luke Malek (Republican)[225]
James Rockwell (Republican)[226]
Michael Smith (Democratic)[227]
Idaho 2 R+17 Mike Simpson Republican 1998

Illinois[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Illinois 1 D+27 Bobby Rush Democratic 1992
Illinois 2 D+29 Robin Kelly Democratic 2013
Illinois 3 D+6 Dan Lipinski Democratic 2004 Marie Newman (Democratic)[228]
Mat Tomkowiak (Independent)[229]
Illinois 4 D+33 Luis Gutierrez Democratic 1992
Illinois 5 D+20 Mike Quigley Democratic 2008 Benjamin Wolf (Democratic)[230]
Illinois 6 R+2 Peter Roskam Republican 2006 Becky Anderson Wilkins (Democratic)[231]
Sean Casten (Democratic)[232]
Carole Cheney (Democratic)[233]
Grace Haaf (Democratic)[234]
Amanda Howland (Democratic)[235]
Ryan Huffman (Democratic)[236]
Kelly Mazeski (Democratic)[237]
Geoffrey Petzel (Democratic)[238]
Jason Snelson (Democratic)[238]
Austin Songer (Democratic)[238]
Jennifer Zordani (Democratic)[239]
Illinois 7 D+38 Danny Davis Democratic 1996 Running Danny Davis (Democratic)[240]
Anthony Clark (Democratic)[240]
Illinois 8 D+8 Raja Krishnamoorthi Democratic 2016
Illinois 9 D+18 Jan Schakowsky Democratic 1998
Illinois 10 D+10 Brad Schneider Democratic 2016 Running Brad Schneider (Democratic)[241]
Sapan Shah (Republican)[241]
Jeremy Wynes (Republican)[242]
Illinois 11 D+9 Bill Foster Democratic 2012 Nick Stella (Republican)[243]
Illinois 12 R+5 Mike Bost Republican 2014 David Bequette (Democratic)[244]
Brendan Kelly (Democratic)[245]
Adam King (Democratic)[246]
Pat McMahan (Democratic)[247]
Dean Pruitt (Democratic)[248]
Illinois 13 R+3 Rodney Davis Republican 2012 Jon Ebel (Democratic)[249]
David Gill (Democratic)[250]
Erik Jones (Democratic)[251]
Betsy Dirksen Londrigan (Democratic)[252]
Benjamin Webb (Democratic)[253]
Illinois 14 R+5 Randy Hultgren Republican 2010 Matt Brolley (Democratic)[254]
Victor Swanson (Democratic)[255]
Lauren Underwood (Democratic)[256]
Jim Walz (Democratic)[257]
George Weber (Democratic)[258]
Illinois 15 R+21 John Shimkus Republican 1996 Running John Shimkus (Republican)[259]
Anthony March (Democratic)[260]
Kevin Gaither (Democratic)[261]
Carl Spoerer (Democratic)[262]
Illinois 16 R+8 Adam Kinzinger Republican 2010 Jason Haskell (Republican)[263]
Nathan Arroyave (Democratic)[264]
Murri Briel (Democratic)[265]
Sara Dady (Democratic)[266]
Chris Minelli (Democratic)[267]
Neill Mohammad (Democratic)[268]
Illinois 17 D+3 Cheri Bustos Democratic 2012 Running Cheri Bustos (Democratic)[269]
Bill Fawell (Republican)[270]
Mark Kleine (Republican)[271]
Illinois 18 R+15 Darin LaHood Republican 2015 Junius Rodriguez (Democratic)[272]

Indiana[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Indiana 1 D+8 Pete Visclosky Democratic 1984
Indiana 2 R+11 Jackie Walorski Republican 2012
Indiana 3 R+18 Jim Banks Republican 2016 Running Jim Banks (Republican)[273]
David Roach (Democratic)[274]
Tommy Schrader (Democratic)[275]
Courtney Tritch (Democratic)[276]
Indiana 4 R+17 Todd Rokita Republican 2010 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Steve Braun (Republican)[277]
Diego Morales (Republican)[278]
Tobi Beck (Democratic)[279]
Joe Mackey (Democratic)[279]
Sherry Shipley (Democratic)[279]
Indiana 5 R+9 Susan Brooks Republican 2012 Running Susan Brooks (Republican)[280]
Mike Hartley (Democratic)[281]
Indiana 6 R+18 Luke Messer Republican 2012 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Mike Crider (Republican)[282]
Jonathan Lamb (Republican)[283]
Stephen MacKenzie (Republican)[284]
Jim Pruett (Democratic)[285]
Lane Siekman (Democratic)[286]
Jeannine Lee-Lake (Democratic)[284]
Indiana 7 D+11 Andre Carson Democratic 2008
Indiana 8 R+15 Larry Bucshon Republican 2010 Richard Moss (Republican)[287]
Glenn Miller (Democratic)[288]
William Tanoos (Democratic)[289]
Indiana 9 R+13 Trey Hollingsworth Republican 2016 Dan Canon (Democratic)[290]
Jason Leineweber (Democratic)[291]
Tom Pappas (Democratic)[292]
Liz Watson (Democratic)[293]
Robert Chatlos (Independent)[294]

Iowa[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Iowa 1 D+1 Rod Blum Republican 2014 Abby Finkenauer (Democratic)[295]
Thomas Heckroth (Democratic)[296]
George Ramsey (Democratic)[297]
Courtney Rowe (Democratic)[298]
Iowa 2 D+1 Dave Loebsack Democratic 2006 Running Dave Loebsack (Democratic)[299]
Christopher Peters (Republican)[300]
Daniel Clark (Green)[301]
Iowa 3 R+1 David Young Republican 2014 Cindy Axne (Democratic)[302]
Pete D'Alessandro (Democratic)[303]
Austin Frerick (Democratic)[304]
Theresa Greenfield (Democratic)[305]
Paul Knupp (Democratic)[306]
Heather Ryan (Democratic)[307]
Iowa 4 R+11 Steve King Republican 2002 Running Steve King (Republican)[308]
Paul Dahl (Democratic)[309]
Leann Jacobsen (Democratic)[310]
John Paschen (Democratic)[311]
J.D. Scholten (Democratic)[312]

Kansas[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Kansas 1 R+24 Roger Marshall Republican 2016
Kansas 2 R+10 Lynn Jenkins Republican 2008 Retiring Vernon Fields (Republican)[313]
Steve Fitzgerald (Republican)[314]
Kevin Jones (Republican)[315]
Antonio Soave (Republican)[316]
Caryn Tyson (Republican)[317]
Paul Davis (Democratic)[318]
Kelly Standley (Democratic)[319]
Kansas 3 R+4 Kevin Yoder Republican 2010 Chris Haulmark (Democratic)[320]
Tom Niermann (Democratic)[321]
Andrea Ramsey (Democratic)[320]
Jay Sidie (Democratic)[322]
Brent Welder (Democratic)[323]
Kansas 4 R+15 Ron Estes Republican 2017 James Thompson (Democratic)[324]

Kentucky[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Kentucky 1 R+23 James Comer Republican 2016 Sam Gaskins (Democratic)[325]
Kentucky 2 R+19 Brett Guthrie Republican 2008
Kentucky 3 D+6 John Yarmuth Democratic 2006 Running John Yarmuth (Democratic)[326]
Kentucky 4 R+18 Thomas Massie Republican 2012
Kentucky 5 R+31 Hal Rogers Republican 1980
Kentucky 6 R+9 Andy Barr Republican 2012 Amy McGrath (Democratic)[327]
Reggie Thomas (Democratic)[328]
Geoff Young (Democratic)[329]

Louisiana[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Louisiana 1 R+24 Steve Scalise Republican 2008
Louisiana 2 D+25 Cedric Richmond Democratic 2010
Louisiana 3 R+20 Clay Higgins Republican 2016
Louisiana 4 R+13 Mike Johnson Republican 2016
Louisiana 5 R+15 Ralph Abraham Republican 2014
Louisiana 6 R+19 Garret Graves Republican 2014

Maine[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Maine 1 D+8 Chellie Pingree Democratic 2008 Mark Holbrook (Republican)[330]
Maine 2 R+2 Bruce Poliquin Republican 2014 Phil Cleaves (Democratic)[331]
Jonathan Fulford (Democratic)[332]
Jared Golden (Democratic)[333]
Craig Olson (Democratic)[330]
Tim Rich (Democratic)[334]
Brian Kresge (Libertarian)[335]

Maryland[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Maryland 1 R+14 Andy Harris Republican 2010 Lamont Taylor (Republican)[336]
Allison Galbraith (Democratic)[337]
Michael Pullen (Democratic)[338]
Maryland 2 D+11 Dutch Ruppersberger Democratic 2002
Maryland 3 D+13 John Sarbanes Democratic 2006
Maryland 4 D+28 Anthony G. Brown Democratic 2016 Thereasa Black (Democratic)[339]
Maryland 5 D+16 Steny Hoyer Democratic 1981
Maryland 6 D+6 John Delaney Democratic 2012 Retiring to run for President in 2020 Andrew Duck (Democratic)[340]
Roger Manno (Democratic)[341]
Aruna Miller (Democratic)[342]
David Trone (Democratic)[343]
Mathew Mossburg (Republican)[344]
George Gluck (Green)[345]
Maryland 7 D+26 Elijah Cummings Democratic 1996 Running Elijah Cummings (Democratic)[346]
Maryland 8 D+14 Jamie Raskin Democratic 2016

Massachusetts[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Massachusetts 1 D+12 Richard Neal Democratic 1988
Massachusetts 2 D+9 Jim McGovern Democratic 1996 Jeffrey Sossa-Paquette (Republican)[347]
Massachusetts 3 D+9 Niki Tsongas Democratic 2007 Retiring Scott Gunderson (Republican)[348]
Massachusetts 4 D+9 Joe Kennedy III Democratic 2012 Running Joe Kennedy III (Democratic)[349]
Massachusetts 5 D+18 Katherine Clark Democratic 2013
Massachusetts 6 D+6 Seth Moulton Democratic 2014 Carlos Hernandez (Republican)[350]
Massachusetts 7 D+34 Mike Capuano Democratic 1998 Running Mike Capuano (Democratic)[351]
Massachusetts 8 D+10 Stephen Lynch Democratic 2001 Running Stephen Lynch (Democratic)[352]
Brianna Wu (Democratic)[352]
Massachusetts 9 D+4 Bill Keating Democratic 2010

Michigan[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Michigan 1 R+9 Jack Bergman Republican 2016 Dwight Brady (Democratic)[353]
Matt Morgan (Democratic)[354]
Michigan 2 R+9 Bill Huizenga Republican 2010 Rob Davidson (Democratic)[355]
Michigan 3 R+6 Justin Amash Republican 2010 Jeff Thomas (Democratic)[356]
Michigan 4 R+10 John Moolenaar Republican 2014
Michigan 5 D+5 Dan Kildee Democratic 2012 Running Dan Kildee (Democratic)[357]
Michigan 6 R+4 Fred Upton Republican 1986 David Benac (Democratic)[358]
Paul Clements (Democratic)[359]
Rich Eichholz (Democratic)[360]
Eponine Garrod (Democratic)[358]
Matt Longjohn (Democratic)[361]
Michigan 7 R+7 Tim Walberg Republican 2010 Gretchen Driskell (Democratic)[362]
Michigan 8 R+4 Mike Bishop Republican 2014 Running Mike Bishop (Republican)[363]
Darlene Domanik (Democratic)[364]
Elissa Slotkin (Democratic)[365]
Michigan 9 D+4 Sander Levin Democratic 1982
Michigan 10 R+13 Paul Mitchell Republican 2016
Michigan 11 R+4 Dave Trott Republican 2014 Retiring Lena Epstein (Republican)[366]
Rocky Raczkowski (Republican)[366]
Fayrouz Saad (Democratic)[367]
Haley Stevens (Democratic)[368]
Michigan 12 D+14 Debbie Dingell Democratic 2014
Michigan 13 D+32 John Conyers Democratic 1964
Michigan 14 D+30 Brenda Lawrence Democratic 2014 Running Brenda Lawrence (Democratic)[363]

Minnesota[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Minnesota 1 R+5 Tim Walz Democratic 2006 Retiring to run for Governor Johnny Akzam (Democratic)[369]
Dan Feehan (Democratic)[370]
Vicki Jensen (Democratic)[371]
Colin Minehart (Democratic)[372]
Regina Mustafa (Democratic)[373]
Joe Sullivan (Democratic)[374]
Rich Wright (Democratic)[375]
Jim Hagedorn (Republican)[376]
Minnesota 2 R+2 Jason Lewis Republican 2016 Angie Craig (Democratic)[377]
Jeff Erdmann (Democratic)[378]
Minnesota 3 D+1 Erik Paulsen Republican 2008 Alicia Donahue (Democratic)[379]
Adam Jennings (Democratic)[380]
Dean Phillips (Democratic)[381]
Brian Santa Maria (Democratic)[382]
Minnesota 4 D+14 Betty McCollum Democratic 2000
Minnesota 5 D+26 Keith Ellison Democratic 2006
Minnesota 6 R+12 Tom Emmer Republican 2014
Minnesota 7 R+12 Collin Peterson Democratic 1990 Running Collin Peterson (Democratic)[383]
Dave Hughes (Republican)[384]
Tim Miller (Republican)[385]
Matt Prosch (Republican)[386]
Minnesota 8 R+4 Rick Nolan Democratic 2012 Running Rick Nolan (Democratic)[387]
Pete Stauber (Republican)[388]
Ray "Skip" Sandman (Green)[389]

Mississippi[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Mississippi 1 R+16 Trent Kelly Republican 2015 Carlton Smith (Democratic)[390]
Randy Wadkins (Democratic)[391]
Mississippi 2 D+14 Bennie Thompson Democratic 1992
Mississippi 3 R+13 Gregg Harper Republican 2008
Mississippi 4 R+21 Steven Palazzo Republican 2010 E. Brian Rose (Republican)[392]

Missouri[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Missouri 1 D+29 Lacy Clay Democratic 2000 Cori Bush (Democratic)[393]
Missouri 2 R+8 Ann Wagner Republican 2012 Running Ann Wagner (Republican)[394]
Kelli Dunaway (Democratic)[395]
Bill Haas (Democratic)[396]
Mark Osmack (Democratic)[397]
Cort VanOstran (Democratic)[398]
Missouri 3 R+18 Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 2008
Missouri 4 R+17 Vicky Hartzler Republican 2010 Running Vicky Hartzler (Republican)[399]
Jenna Marie Bourgeois (Republican)[400][401]
Renee Hoagenson (Democratic)[402]
Missouri 5 D+7 Emanuel Cleaver Democratic 2004
Missouri 6 R+16 Sam Graves Republican 2000
Missouri 7 R+23 Billy Long Republican 2010 Jim Evans (Republican)[403]
Benjamin Holcomb (Republican)[404]
John Farmer de la Torre (Democratic)[405]
Vince Jennings (Democratic)[404]
Missouri 8 R+24 Jason Smith Republican 2013 Kathy Ellis (Democratic)[406]

Montana[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Incumbent Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Montana at-large R+11 Greg Gianforte Republican 2017 Running Greg Gianforte (Republican)[407]
John Heenan (Democratic)[408]
Grant Kier (Democratic)[409]

Nebraska[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Nebraska 1 R+11 Jeff Fortenberry Republican 2004 Dennis Crawford (Democratic)[410]
Jessica McClure (Democratic)[411]
Nebraska 2 R+4 Don Bacon Republican 2016 Brad Ashford (Democratic)[412]
Kara Eastman (Democratic)[413]
Nebraska 3 R+27 Adrian Smith Republican 2006 Kirk Penner (Republican)[414][415]

Nevada[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Nevada 1 D+15 Dina Titus Democratic 2012
Nevada 2 R+7 Mark Amodei Republican 2011 Running Mark Amodei (Republican)[416]
Sharron Angle (Republican)[417]
Rick Shepherd (Democratic)[418]
Nevada 3 R+2 Jacky Rosen Democratic 2016 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Susie Lee (Democratic)[419]
Jack Love (Democratic)[420]
Scott Hammond (Republican)[421]
David McKeon (Republican)[422]
Victoria Seaman (Republican)[423]
Lynda Tanche (Republican)[422]
Nevada 4 D+3 Ruben Kihuen Democratic 2016 Amy Vilela (Democratic)[424]
Stavros Anthony (Republican)[425]

New Hampshire[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
New Hampshire 1 R+2 Carol Shea-Porter Democratic 2016 Eddie Edwards (Republican)[426]
Andy Sanborn (Republican)[427]
New Hampshire 2 D+2 Ann McLane Kuster Democratic 2012 Jack Flanagan (Republican)[428]

New Jersey[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
New Jersey 1 D+13 Donald Norcross Democratic 2014
New Jersey 2 R+1 Frank LoBiondo Republican 1994 Running Frank LoBiondo (Republican)[429]
Tanzie Youngblood (Democratic)[430]
New Jersey 3 R+2 Tom MacArthur Republican 2014 Andy Kim (Democratic)[431]
Fred LaVergne (Democratic)[432]
New Jersey 4 R+8 Chris Smith Republican 1980 Jim Keady (Democratic)[433]
New Jersey 5 R+3 Josh Gottheimer Democratic 2016 Steve Lonegan (Republican)[434]
New Jersey 6 D+9 Frank Pallone Democratic 1988
New Jersey 7 R+3 Leonard Lance Republican 2008 Running Leonard Lance (Republican)[435]
Lindsay Brown (Republican)[436]
Peter Jacob (Democratic)[437]
Goutam Jois (Democratic)[438]
Lisa Mandelblatt (Democratic)[439]
Scott Salmon (Democratic)[439]
Linda Weber (Democratic)[440]
New Jersey 8 D+27 Albio Sires Democratic 2006
New Jersey 9 D+16 Bill Pascrell Democratic 1996
New Jersey 10 D+36 Donald Payne Democratic 2012
New Jersey 11 R+3 Rodney Frelinghuysen Republican 1994 Martin Hewitt (Republican)[441]
John Bartlett (Democratic)[442]
Jack Gebbia (Democratic)[443]
Tamara Harris (Democratic)[444]
Mikie Sherrill (Democratic)[445]
New Jersey 12 D+16 Bonnie Watson Coleman Democratic 2014

New Mexico[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
New Mexico 1 D+7 Michelle Luján Grisham Democratic 2012 Retiring to run for Governor John Abrams (Democratic)[446]
Annie Chavez (Democratic)[447]
Pat Davis (Democratic)[448]
Dennis Dinge (Democratic)[449]
John Flores (Democratic)[450]
Debra Haaland (Democratic)[451]
Damian Lara (Democratic)[452]
Damon Martinez (Democratic)[453]
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (Democratic)[454]
Janice Arnold-Jones (Republican)[455]
Michael Hendricks (Republican)[456]
New Mexico 2 R+6 Steve Pearce Republican 2010 Retiring to run for Governor Aubrey Dunn (Republican)[457]
Yvette Herrell (Republican)[458]
Monty Newman (Republican)[459]
Jack Volpato (Republican)[460]
David Alcon (Democratic)[461]
David Baake (Democratic)[462]
Ronald Fitzherbert (Democratic)[463]
Mad Hildebrandt (Democratic)[463]
Tony Martinez (Democratic)[464]
Adolf Zubia (Democratic)[465]
New Mexico 3 D+8 Ben Ray Luján Democratic 2008

New York[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
New York 1 R+5 Lee Zeldin Republican 2014 Elaine DiMasi (Democratic)[466]
Vivian Viloria-Fisher (Democratic)[467]
New York 2 R+3 Peter King Republican 1992
New York 3 D+1 Tom Suozzi Democratic 2016
New York 4 D+4 Kathleen Rice Democratic 2014
New York 5 D+37 Gregory Meeks Democratic 1998
New York 6 D+16 Grace Meng Democratic 2012
New York 7 D+38 Nydia Velázquez Democratic 1992
New York 8 D+36 Hakeem Jeffries Democratic 2012
New York 9 D+34 Yvette Clarke Democratic 2006
New York 10 D+26 Jerry Nadler Democratic 1992
New York 11 R+3 Dan Donovan Republican 2015 Mike DeCillis (Democratic)[468]
Michael DeVito (Democratic)[469]
Zach Emig (Democratic)[469]
Boyd Melson (Democratic)[470]
Max Rose (Democratic)[471]
Paul Sperling (Democratic)[472]
New York 12 D+31 Carolyn Maloney Democratic 1992
New York 13 D+43 Adriano Espaillat Democratic 2016
New York 14 D+29 Joe Crowley Democratic 1998 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democratic)[473]
New York 15 D+44 José Serrano Democratic 1990
New York 16 D+24 Eliot Engel Democratic 1988
New York 17 D+7 Nita Lowey Democratic 1988
New York 18 R+1 Sean Patrick Maloney Democratic 2012
New York 19 R+2 John Faso Republican 2016 Jeff Beals (Democratic)[474]
Steven Brisee (Democratic)[475]
David Clegg (Democratic)[476]
Antonio Delgado (Democratic)[477]
Brian Flynn (Democratic)[478]
Pat Ryan (Democratic)[479]
Gareth Rhodes (Democratic)[480]
Sue Sullivan (Democratic)[481]
New York 20 D+7 Paul Tonko Democratic 2008
New York 21 R+4 Elise Stefanik Republican 2014 Russ Finley (Republican)[482]
Don Boyajian (Democratic)[483]
Tedra Cobb (Democratic)[484]
Ronald Kim (Democratic)[485]
Emily Martz (Democratic)[486]
Patrick Nelson (Democratic)[487]
Katie Wilson (Democratic)[488]
New York 22 R+6 Claudia Tenney Republican 2016 Anthony Brindisi (Democratic)[489]
Heath Phillips (Democratic)[490]
New York 23 R+6 Tom Reed Republican 2010 Max Della Pia (Democratic)[491]
Rick Gallant (Democratic)[492]
Ian Golden (Democratic)[493]
J.G. Hertzler (Democratic)[494]
Tracy Mitrano (Democratic)[495]
Eddie Sundquist (Democratic)[496]
New York 24 D+3 John Katko Republican 2014 Running John Katko (Republican)[497]
Dana Balter (Democratic)[498]
Anne Messenger (Democratic)[499]
New York 25 D+8 Louise Slaughter Democratic 1986
New York 26 D+11 Brian Higgins Democratic 2004
New York 27 R+11 Chris Collins Republican 2012 Frank Smierciak (Republican)[500]

North Carolina[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
North Carolina 1 D+17 G. K. Butterfield Democratic 2004
North Carolina 2 R+7 George Holding Republican 2012 Linda Coleman (Democratic)[501]
Wendy Ella May (Democratic)[502]
Ken Romley (Democratic)[503]
Sam Searcy (Democratic)[504]
North Carolina 3 R+12 Walter Jones Republican 1994 Scott Dacey (Republican)[505]
North Carolina 4 D+17 David Price Democratic 1996
North Carolina 5 R+10 Virginia Foxx Republican 2004 DD Adams (Democratic)[506]
Jenny Marshall (Democratic)[507]
North Carolina 6 R+9 Mark Walker Republican 2014 Ryan Watts (Democratic)[508]
North Carolina 7 R+9 David Rouzer Republican 2014 Kyle Horton (Democratic)[509]
North Carolina 8 R+8 Richard Hudson Republican 2012
North Carolina 9 R+8 Robert Pittenger Republican 2012 Mark Harris (Republican)[510]
Christian Cano (Democratic)[511]
Dan McCready (Democratic)[512]
Maria Collins Warren (Democratic)[511]
North Carolina 10 R+12 Patrick McHenry Republican 2004 David Wilson Brown (Democratic)[513]
Kenneth Queen (Democratic)[514]
North Carolina 11 R+14 Mark Meadows Republican 2012 Scott Donaldson (Democratic)[515]
Phillip Price (Democratic)[516]
North Carolina 12 D+18 Alma Adams Democratic 2014
North Carolina 13 R+6 Ted Budd Republican 2016 Adam Coker (Democratic)[517]

North Dakota[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
North Dakota at-large R+16 Kevin Cramer Republican 2012 Ben Hanson (Democratic)[518]

Ohio[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
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Incumbent Status Candidates
Ohio 1 R+5 Steve Chabot Republican 2010 Samuel Ronan (Democratic)[519]
Ohio 2 R+9 Brad Wenstrup Republican 2012 Richard Crosby (Democratic)[520][521]
Mickey Edwards (Democratic)[521]
Janet Everhard (Democratic)[521]
Ken McNeely (Democratic)[521]
Steve Myers (Independent)[522]
Ohio 3 D+19 Joyce Beatty Democratic 2012
Ohio 4 R+14 Jim Jordan Republican 2006 Janet Garrett (Democratic)[523]
Ohio 5 R+11 Bob Latta Republican 2006 Bob Kreienkamp (Republican)[524]
Todd Wolfrum (Republican)[525]
J. Michael Galbraith (Democratic)[526]
James Neu, Jr. (Democratic)[526]
Ohio 6 R+16 Bill Johnson Republican 2010
Ohio 7 R+12 Bob Gibbs Republican 2010 Ken Harbaugh (Democratic)[527]
Ohio 8 R+17 Warren Davidson Republican 2016
Ohio 9 D+14 Marcy Kaptur Democratic 1982
Ohio 10 R+4 Mike Turner Republican 2002 Michael Milisits (Democratic)[528]
Ohio 11 D+32 Marcia Fudge Democratic 2006
Ohio 12 R+7 Pat Tiberi Republican 2000 Running Pat Tiberi (Republican)[529]
Brandon Grisez (Republican)[530]
Ed Albertson (Democratic)[531]
John Peters (Democratic)[531]
Ohio 13 D+7 Tim Ryan Democratic 2002 Running Tim Ryan (Democratic)[532]
Ohio 14 R+5 David Joyce Republican 2012 Betsy Rader (Democratic)[533]
Ohio 15 R+7 Steve Stivers Republican 2010 Rick Neal (Democratic)[534]
Ohio 16 R+8 Jim Renacci Republican 2010 Retiring to run for Governor Anthony Gonzalez (Republican)[535]
Christina Hagan (Republican)[536]
Darrell Hartman (Republican)[537]
Tom Patton (Republican)[537]
Aaron Godfrey (Democratic)[537]

Oklahoma[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Oklahoma 1 R+17 Jim Bridenstine Republican 2012 Retiring Andy Coleman (Republican)[538]
Nathan Dahm (Republican)[539]
Tim Harris (Republican)[540]
Kevin Hern (Republican)[541]
Danny Stockstill (Republican)[542]
Oklahoma 2 R+24 Markwayne Mullin Republican 2012 Running Markwayne Mullin (Republican)[543]
Brian Jackson (Republican)[544]
Jason Nichols (Democratic)[545]
Oklahoma 3 R+27 Frank Lucas Republican 1994
Oklahoma 4 R+20 Tom Cole Republican 2002
Oklahoma 5 R+10 Steve Russell Republican 2014 Running Steve Russell (Republican)[546]
Tom Guild (Democratic)[547]
Kendra Horn (Democratic)[548]
Eddie Ray Porter (Democratic)[549]

Oregon[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Oregon 1 D+9 Suzanne Bonamici Democratic 2012
Oregon 2 R+11 Greg Walden Republican 1998 Julian Bell (Democratic)[550]
Mike Byrne (Democratic)[550]
Jim Crary (Democratic)[551]
Jamie McLeod-Skinner (Democratic)[552]
Ross Wordhouse (Democratic)[553]
Oregon 3 D+24 Earl Blumenauer Democratic 1996
Oregon 4 EVEN Peter DeFazio Democratic 1986
Oregon 5 EVEN Kurt Schrader Democratic 2008

Pennsylvania[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Pennsylvania 1 D+31 Bob Brady Democratic 1996
Pennsylvania 2 D+40 Dwight E. Evans Democratic 2016
Pennsylvania 3 R+11 Mike Kelly Republican 2010 Running Mike Kelly (Republican)[554]
Chris Rieger (Democratic)[555]
Brian Skibo (Democratic)[556]
Pennsylvania 4 R+11 Scott Perry Republican 2012 George Scott (Democratic)[557]
Pennsylvania 5 R+13 Glenn Thompson Republican 2008 Marc Friedenberg (Democratic)[558]
Pennsylvania 6 R+2 Ryan Costello Republican 2014 Bob Dettore (Democratic)[559]
Chrissy Houlahan (Democratic)[560]
Pennsylvania 7 R+1 Pat Meehan Republican 2010 Running Pat Meehan (Republican)[561]
Joe Billie (Republican)[562]
Daylin Leach (Democratic)[563]
Drew McGinty (Democratic)[564]
Elizabeth Moro (Democratic)[565]
Dan Muroff (Democratic)[566]
Paul Perry (Democratic)[567]
Molly Sheehan (Democratic)[568]
Pennsylvania 8 R+2 Brian Fitzpatrick Republican 2016
Pennsylvania 9 R+19 Bill Shuster Republican 2002
Pennsylvania 10 R+16 Tom Marino Republican 2010 Judy Herschel (Democratic)[569]
Mark McDade (Democratic)[570]
Pennsylvania 11 R+10 Lou Barletta Republican 2010 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Stephen Bloom (Republican)[571]
Dan Meuser (Republican)[572]
Andrew Shecktor (Republican)[573]
Alan Howe (Democratic)[574]
Pennsylvania 12 R+11 Keith Rothfus Republican 2012 Aaron Anthony (Democratic)[575]
Tom Prigg (Democratic)[576]
John Stolz (Democratic)[577]
Beth Tarasi (Democratic)[578]
Pennsylvania 13 D+15 Brendan Boyle Democratic 2014
Pennsylvania 14 D+17 Mike Doyle Democratic 1994
Pennsylvania 15 R+4 Charlie Dent Republican 2004 Retiring Ryan Mackenzie (Republican)[579]
Justin Simmons (Republican)[580]
Greg Edwards (Democratic)[581]
Bill Leiner (Democratic)[582]
Pennsylvania 16 R+5 Lloyd Smucker Republican 2016 John George (Democratic)[583]
Christina Hartman (Democratic)[584]
Jessica King (Democratic)[585]
Charlie Klein (Democratic)[586]
Richard Smith (Democratic)[587]
Pennsylvania 17 R+1 Matt Cartwright Democratic 2012 John Chrin (Republican)[588]
Pennsylvania 18 R+11 Tim Murphy Republican 2002 Mike Crossey (Democratic)[589]
Pam Iovino (Democratic)[590]
Bob Solomon (Democratic)[590]

Rhode Island[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Rhode Island 1 D+16 David Cicilline Democratic 2010
Rhode Island 2 D+6 James Langevin Democratic 2000 Running James Langevin (Democratic)[591]
Sal Caiozzo (Republican)[592]

South Carolina[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
South Carolina 1 R+10 Mark Sanford Republican 2013 Katie Arrington (Republican)[593]
Joe Cunningham (Democratic)[594]
South Carolina 2 R+12 Joe Wilson Republican 2000
South Carolina 3 R+19 Jeff Duncan Republican 2010 Hosea Cleveland (Democratic)[595]
Mary Geren (Democratic)[596]
South Carolina 4 R+15 Trey Gowdy Republican 2010
South Carolina 5 R+9 Ralph Norman Republican 2017
South Carolina 6 D+19 Jim Clyburn Democratic 1992
South Carolina 7 R+9 Tom Rice Republican 2012 Mal Hyman (Democratic)[597]

South Dakota[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
South Dakota at-large R+14 Kristi Noem Republican 2010 Retiring to run for Governor Dusty Johnson (Republican)[598]
Shantel Krebs (Republican)[599]
Tim Bjorkman (Democratic)[600]
Chris Martian (Democratic)[601]
George Hendrickson (Independent)[602]

Tennessee[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Tennessee 1 R+28 Phil Roe Republican 2008 Todd McKinley (Republican)[603]
Marty Olsen (Democratic)[604]
Tennessee 2 R+20 Jimmy Duncan Republican 1988 Retiring Tim Burchett (Republican)[605]
Brad Fullington (Republican)[606]
Ken Gross (Republican)[607]
Jimmy Matlock (Republican)[608]
Joshua Williams (Democratic)[609]
Tennessee 3 R+18 Chuck Fleischmann Republican 2010 Danielle Mitchell (Democratic)[610]
Tennessee 4 R+20 Scott DesJarlais Republican 2010 Jack Maddux (Republican)[611]
Mariah Phillips (Democratic)[612]
Steven Reynolds (Democratic)[613]
Tennessee 5 D+7 Jim Cooper Democratic 2002
Tennessee 6 R+24 Diane Black Republican 2010 Retiring to run for Governor Judd Matheny (Republican)[614]
John Rose (Republican)[615]
Tennessee 7 R+20 Marsha Blackburn Republican 2002 Running Marsha Blackburn (Republican)[616]
Justin Kanew (Democratic)[617]
Tennessee 8 R+19 David Kustoff Republican 2016
Tennessee 9 D+28 Steve Cohen Democratic 2006 Running Steve Cohen (Democratic)[618]

Texas[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Texas 1 R+25 Louie Gohmert Republican 2004 Roshin Rowjee (Republican)[619]
Brent Beal (Democratic)[620]
Texas 2 R+11 Ted Poe Republican 2004 Todd Litton (Democratic)[621]
Texas 3 R+13 Sam Johnson Republican 1991 Retiring Roger Barone (Republican)[622]
Van Taylor (Republican)[623]
Adam Bell (Democratic)[624]
Lorie Burch (Democratic)[625]
Sam Johnson (Democratic)[626]
Texas 4 R+28 John Ratcliffe Republican 2014
Texas 5 R+16 Jeb Hensarling Republican 2002 Running Jeb Hensarling (Republican)[627]
Dan Wood (Democratic)[628]
Texas 6 R+9 Joe Barton Republican 1984 Running Joe Barton (Republican)[629]
John Duncan (Democratic)[629]
Jana Lynne Sanchez (Democratic)[630]
Ruby Faye Woolridge (Democratic)[631]
Texas 7 R+7 John Culberson Republican 2000 David Balat (Republican)[632]
Joshua Butler (Democratic)[633]
James Cargas (Democratic)[633]
Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (Democratic)[634]
Laura Moser (Democratic)[635]
Alex Triantaphyllis (Democratic)[632]
Jason Westin (Democratic)[633]
Texas 8 R+28 Kevin Brady Republican 1996 Steven David (Democratic)[636]
Todd Carlton (Independent)[636]
Texas 9 D+29 Al Green Democratic 2004
Texas 10 R+9 Michael McCaul Republican 2004
Texas 11 R+32 Mike Conaway Republican 2004 Jennie Lou Leeder (Democratic)[637]
Texas 12 R+18 Kay Granger Republican 1996 Vanessa Adia (Democratic)[638]
Al Woolum (Democratic)[639]
Texas 13 R+33 Mac Thornberry Republican 1994 Greg Sagan (Democratic)[640]
Texas 14 R+12 Randy Weber Republican 2012 Adrienne Bell (Democratic)[641]
Texas 15 D+7 Vicente González Democratic 2016
Texas 16 D+17 Beto O'Rourke Democratic 2012 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Veronica Escobar (Democratic)[642]
Dori Fenenbock (Democratic)[643]
Enrique Garcia (Democratic)[644]
Nicole LeClaire (Democratic)[645]
Texas 17 R+12 Bill Flores Republican 2010 Dale Mantey (Democratic)[646]
Scott Sturm (Democratic)[647]
Texas 18 D+27 Sheila Jackson Lee Democratic 1994
Texas 19 R+27 Jodey Arrington Republican 2016 Dan Epstein (Democratic)[648]
Miguel Levario (Democratic)[649]
Texas 20 D+10 Joaquín Castro Democratic 2012
Texas 21 R+10 Lamar Smith Republican 1986 Derrick Crowe (Democratic)[650]
Joseph Kopser (Democratic)[651]
Elliott McFadden (Democratic)[652]
Rixi Melton (Democratic)[652]
Chris Perri (Democratic)[653]
Mary Wilson (Democratic)[652]
Texas 22 R+10 Pete Olson Republican 2008
Texas 23 R+1 Will Hurd Republican 2014 Jay Hulings (Democratic)[654]
Gina Ortiz Jones (Democratic)[655]
Rick Treviño (Democratic)[654]
Texas 24 R+9 Kenny Marchant Republican 2004 Jan McDowell (Democratic)[656]
Texas 25 R+11 Roger Williams Republican 2012 Kathi Thomas (Democratic)[657]
Texas 26 R+18 Michael Burgess Republican 2002 Running Michael Burgess (Republican)[658]
Veronica Birkenstock (Republican)[659]
Michael Callaway (Democratic)[660]
Linsey Fagan (Democratic)[660]
Will Fisher (Democratic)[660]
John Wannamaker (Democratic)[661]
Mark Boler (Libertarian)[662]
Texas 27 R+13 Blake Farenthold Republican 2010
Texas 28 D+9 Henry Cuellar Democratic 2004
Texas 29 D+19 Gene Green Democratic 1992
Texas 30 D+29 Eddie Bernice Johnson Democratic 1992 Running Eddie Bernice Johnson (Democratic)[663]
Texas 31 R+10 John Carter Republican 2002 Running John Carter (Republican)[664]
Mike Sweeney (Republican)[665]
Mike Clark (Democratic)[666]
MJ Hegar (Democratic)[667]
Kent Lester (Democratic)[666]
Texas 32 R+5 Pete Sessions Republican 1996 Running Pete Sessions (Republican)[108]
Colin Allred (Democratic)[668]
Ed Meier (Democratic)[669]
Danielle Pellett (Democratic)[670]
Darrell Rodriguez (Democratic)[671]
George Rodriguez (Democratic)[672]
Lillian Salerno (Democratic)[673]
Texas 33 D+23 Marc Veasey Democratic 2012
Texas 34 D+10 Filemon Vela Jr. Democratic 2012
Texas 35 D+15 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 1994
Texas 36 R+26 Brian Babin Republican 2014 Jon Powell (Democratic)[674]
Dayna Steele (Democratic)[675]

Utah[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Utah 1 R+26 Rob Bishop Republican 2002 Running Rob Bishop (Republican)[676]
Cathy Callow-Heusser (Republican)[677]
Utah 2 R+16 Chris Stewart Republican 2012 Mary Burkett (Republican)[678]
Misty Snow (Democratic)[679]
Carol Surveyor (Democratic)[680]
Utah 3 R+25 Vacant
Utah 4 R+13 Mia Love Republican 2014 Darlene McDonald (Democratic)[681]
Marla Mott-Smith (Democratic)[682]
Thomas Taylor (Democratic)[683]

Vermont[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Vermont at-large D+15 Peter Welch Democratic 2006 Running Peter Welch (Democratic)

Virginia[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Virginia 1 R+8 Rob Wittman Republican 2007 Running Rob Wittman (Republican)[684]
Tom Hicks (Democratic)[685]
Edwin Santana (Democratic)[686]
Ryan Sawyers (Democratic)[687]
Vangie Williams (Democratic)[686]
Virginia 2 R+3 Scott Taylor Republican 2016 Mary Jones (Republican)[688]
Dave Belote (Democratic)[689]
Shaun Brown (Democratic)[690]
Garry Hubbard (Democratic)[691]
Karen Mallard (Democratic)[692]
Virginia 3 D+16 Bobby Scott Democratic 1992
Virginia 4 D+10 Donald McEachin Democratic 2016
Virginia 5 R+6 Tom Garrett Republican 2016 Leslie Cockburn (Democratic)[693]
Ben Cullop (Democratic)[694]
Roger Dean Huffstetler (Democratic)[695]
Adam Slate (Democratic)[696]
Andrew Sneathern (Democratic)[697]
Virginia 6 R+13 Bob Goodlatte Republican 1992 Running Bob Goodlatte (Republican)[698]
Peter Volosin (Democratic)[698]
Michael Frend (Independent)[699]
Virginia 7 R+6 Dave Brat Republican 2014 Running Dave Brat (Republican)
Helen Alli (Democratic)[700]
Eileen Bedell (Democratic)[700]
Janelle Noble (Democratic)[700]
Abigail Spanberger (Democratic)[701]
Dan Ward (Democratic)[702]
Virginia 8 D+21 Don Beyer Democratic 2014
Virginia 9 R+19 Morgan Griffith Republican 2010
Virginia 10 D+1 Barbara Comstock Republican 2014 Shak Hill (Republican)[703]
Kimberly Adams (Democratic)[704]
Lindsey Davis Stover (Democratic)[705]
Alison Friedman (Democratic)[706]
Dave Hanson (Democratic)[707]
Dan Helmer (Democratic)[708]
Michael Pomerleano (Democratic)[709]
Deep Sran (Democratic)[706]
Jennifer Wexton (Democratic)[710]
Virginia 11 D+15 Gerry Connolly Democratic 2008 Jeff Dove (Republican)[711]
Steven Porter (Libertarian)[712]

Washington[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Washington 1 D+6 Suzan DelBene Democratic 2012
Washington 2 D+10 Rick Larsen Democratic 2000
Washington 3 R+4 Jaime Herrera Beutler Republican 2010 Dorothy Gasque (Democratic)[713]
Peter Harrison (Democratic)[714]
David McDevitt (Democratic)[715]
Washington 4 R+13 Dan Newhouse Republican 2014 Christine Brown (Democratic)[716]
Washington 5 R+8 Cathy McMorris Rodgers Republican 2004 Lisa Brown (Democratic)[717]
Matthew Sutherland (Democratic)[718]
Eric Agnew (Independent)[719]
Washington 6 D+6 Derek Kilmer Democratic 2012
Washington 7 D+33 Pramila Jayapal Democratic 2016 Running Pramila Jayapal (Democratic)
Washington 8 EVEN Dave Reichert Republican 2004 Retiring Tom Cramer (Democratic)[720]
Mona Das (Democratic)[721]
Brian Kostenko (Democratic)[722]
Tola Marts (Democratic)[723]
Jason Rittereiser (Democratic)[724]
Dino Rossi (Republican)[725]
Kim Schrier (Democratic)[726]
Toby Whitney (Democratic)[727]
Washington 9 D+21 Adam Smith Democratic 1996 Sarah Smith (Democratic)[728]
Washington 10 D+5 Denny Heck Democratic 2012

West Virginia[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
West Virginia 1 R+19 David McKinley Republican 2010 Running David McKinley (Republican)[729]
Ralph Baxter (Democratic)[730]
Kendra Fershee (Democratic)[731]
West Virginia 2 R+17 Alex Mooney Republican 2014 Aaron Scheinberg (Democratic)[732]
Talley Sergent (Democratic)[733]
West Virginia 3 R+23 Evan Jenkins Republican 2014 Retiring to run for U.S. Senate Ayne Amjad (Republican)[734]
Carol Miller (Republican)[735]
Rupie Phillips (Republican)[736]
Rick Snuffer (Republican)[737]
Paul Davis (Democratic)[738]
Richard Ojeda (Democratic)[736]
Steve Williams (Democratic)[739]

Wisconsin[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Wisconsin 1 R+5 Paul Ryan Republican 1998 Paul Nehlen (Republican)[740]
Randy Bryce (Democratic)[741]
Cathy Myers (Democratic)[742]
Wisconsin 2 D+18 Mark Pocan Democratic 2012
Wisconsin 3 EVEN Ron Kind Democratic 1996 Running Ron Kind (Democratic)[743]
Wisconsin 4 D+25 Gwen Moore Democratic 2004
Wisconsin 5 R+13 Jim Sensenbrenner Republican 1978 Tom Palzewicz (Democratic)[744]
Wisconsin 6 R+8 Glenn Grothman Republican 2014 Dan Kohl (Democratic)[745]
Scott Olmer (Democratic)[745]
Wisconsin 7 R+8 Sean Duffy Republican 2010 Running Sean Duffy (Republican)[746]
Wisconsin 8 R+7 Mike Gallagher Republican 2016 Running Mike Gallagher (Republican)[747]
Beau Liegeois (Democratic)[747]

Wyoming[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Location 2017 PVI Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Wyoming at-large R+25 Liz Cheney Republican 2016

Non-voting delegates[edit]

Main article &
delegate list
Location Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates
Main article (list) American Samoa at-large Aumua Amata Radewagen Republican 2014
Main article (list) District of Columbia at-large Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic 1990
Main article (list) Guam at-large Madeleine Bordallo Democratic 2002
Main article (list) Northern Mariana Islands at-large Gregorio Sablan Independent 2008
Main article (list) United States Virgin Islands at-large Stacey Plaskett Democratic 2014

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As well as five of the six non-voting delegates of the United States House of Representatives.
  2. ^ Not including the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, who serves a four-year term.
  3. ^ 2017 race result.
  4. ^ 2017 race result.

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