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2010 Senate Races

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AK:Miller(R)
vs.McAdams(D)
vs.Murkowski(I)
vs.Vondersaar(D)
AL:Shelby(R)
vs.Barnes(D)
AR:Lincoln(D)
vs.Boozman(R)
vs.Holt(R)
AZ:McCain(R)
vs.Glassman(D)
vs.Hayworth(R)
vs.Garcia(D)
CA:Boxer(D)
vs.Fiorina(R)
vs.Lightfoot(L)
vs.Campbell(R)
CO:Bennet(D)
vs.Buck(R)
vs.Romanoff(D)
vs.Norton(R)
CT:Blumenthal(D)
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vs.Simmons(R)
DE:O`Donnell(R)
vs.Coons(D)
vs.Castle(R)
vs.Clatworthy(R)
vs.Biden(D)
FL:Crist(I)
vs.Meek(D)
vs.Rubio(R)
vs.Snitker(L)
vs.DeCastro(C)
vs.Bradley(V)
vs.Greene(D)
vs.Smith(R)
GA:Isakson(R)
vs.Thurmond(D)
HI:Inouye(D)
vs.Cavasso(R)
vs.Lingle(R)
IA:Grassley(R)
vs.Conlin(D)
ID:Crapo(R)
vs.Sullivan(D)
IL:Kirk(R)
vs.Giannoulias(D)
vs.Martin(R)
IN:Ellsworth(D)
vs.Coats(R)
vs.Hostettler(R)
vs.Behney(R)
KS:Moran(R)
vs.Johnston(D)
vs.Bellis(Rfm)
vs.Tiahrt(R)
KY:Paul(R)
vs.Conway(D)
vs.Mongiardo(D)
vs.Grayson(R)
vs.Buckmaster(D)
LA:Vitter(R)
vs.Melancon(D)
MA:Brown(R)
vs.Coakley(D)
vs.Capuano(D)
vs.Khazei(D)
vs.Pagliuca(D)
vs.Robinson(R)
MD:Mikulski(D)
vs.Wargotz(R)
vs.Vaughn(R)
MO:Carnahan(D)
vs.Blunt(R)
NC:Burr(R)
vs.Marshall
vs.Cunningham(D)
ND:Hoeven(R)
vs.Potter(DNL)
NH:Hodes(D)
vs.Ayotte(R)
vs.Bender(R)
vs.Alciere(R)
NV:Reid(D)
vs.Angle(R)
NY2:Gillibrand(D)
vs.DioGuardi(R)
vs.Ford(D)
NY6:Schumer(D)
vs.Townsend(R)
OH:Portman(R)
vs.Fisher(D)
vs.Deaton(C)
vs.Brunner(D)
OK:Coburn(R)
vs.Myles(D)
OR:Wyden(D)
vs.Huffman(R)
PA:Specter(D)
vs.Sestak(D)
vs.Toomey(R)
SC:DeMint(R)
vs.Greene(D)
vs.McLeod(D)
SD:Thune(R)
vs.Berry(D)
UT:Bennett(R)
vs.Lee(R)
vs.Granato(D)
vs.Cook(R)
VT:Leahy(D)
vs.Britton(R)
vs.Freilich(I)
WA:Murray(D)
vs.Rossi(R)
WI:Feingold(D)
vs.Johnson(R)
vs.Thompson(R)
WV:Manchin(D)
vs.Raese(R)
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Representative District
 
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Alabama
Jo Bonner1RepublicanMobile 

Bobby Bright
2RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Contested Election: Martha Roby (R)
Michael Rogers3RepublicanAnniston 
Robert Aderholt4RepublicanHaleyville 
Parker Griffith5RepublicanFirst elected 2008Elected as Democrat
Griffith switched parties on 12/22/09, citing the health care bill as a major reason; then lost GOP primary to Mo Brooks (R).
Spencer Bachus6RepublicanVestavia Hills 
Artur Davis7DemocratBirminghamRunning for Governor
Party Retention: Terri Sewell (D)
Alaska
Don YoungAt LargeRepublicanFort YukonMight retire 2010
Arizona
Ann Kirkpatrick1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: Paul Gosar (R)
Trent Franks2RepublicanGlendale 
John Shadegg3RepublicanPhoenixRetiring 2010
Party Retention: Ben Quayle (R)
Ed Pastor4DemocratPhoenix 
Harry Mitchell5DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: County Treasurer David Schweikert (R)
Jeff Flake6RepublicanMesa 
Raul Grijalva7DemocratTucson 
Gabby Giffords8DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Contested Election: Jesse Kelly (R)
Arkansas
Marion Berry1DemocratGillettRetiring 2010
Hot race: St. Sen. Steve Bryles (D), congressonal aide Chad Causey (D), St. Rep. David R. Cook (D), ex-St. Sen. Tim Wooldridge (D), businessman Rick Crawford (R), congressional aide Princella D. Smith (R), businessman Kenton Adler (G)
Vic Snyder2DemocratLittle RockRetiring 2010
Hot race: Ass't. Att. Gen. John Adams (D), congressional aide Dave Boling (D), St. Sen. Joyce Elliot (D), St. Rep. Robbie Wills (D), ex-U.S. Att. Tim Griffin (R)
John Boozman3RepublicanRogersRunning for Senate, 2010
Party Retention: Steve Womack (R)
Mike Ross4DemocratPrescott 
California
Mike Thompson1DemocratSt. Helena 
Wally Herger2RepublicanMarysville 
Dan Lungren3RepublicanLong Beach 
Tom McClintock4RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Doris Matsui5DemocratSpecial election 2004 
Lynn Woolsey6DemocratPetaluma 
George Miller7DemocratMartinez 
Nancy Pelosi8DemocratSan Francisco 
Barbara Lee9DemocratOakland 
Ellen Tauscher10DemocratAlamo 
Appointed as Under Secretary of State, June 26 2009; special election Nov. 3, 2009 resulted in the election of the former Lieutenant Governor...
John Garamendi10DemocratSpecial election Nov 2009 
Jerry McNerney11DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Contested Election: David Harmer (R)
Jackie Speier12DemocratSpecial election April 2008 
Pete Stark13DemocratFremontMight retire 2010
Anna Eshoo14DemocratAtherton 
Mike Honda15DemocratSan Jose 
Zoe Lofgren16DemocratSan Jose 
Sam Farr17DemocratCarmel 
Dennis Cardoza18DemocratAtwater 
George Radanovich19RepublicanMariposaRetiring 2010
Party Retention: State Sen. Jeff Denham (R)
Jim Costa20DemocratFresno 
Contested Election: Andy Vidak (R)
Devin Nunes21RepublicanTulare 
Kevin McCarthy22RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Lois Capps23DemocratSanta Barbara 
Elton Gallegly24RepublicanSimi ValleyMight retire 2010
Buck McKeon25RepublicanSanta Clarita 
David Dreier26RepublicanSan Dimas 
Brad Sherman27DemocratSherman Oaks 
Howard Berman28DemocratNorth HollywoodMight retire 2010
Adam Schiff29DemocratBurbank 
Henry Waxman30DemocratLos AngelesMight retire 2010
Xavier Becerra31DemocratLos Angeles 
Hilda Solis32DemocratEl Monte 
Appointed as Secretary of Labor, Feb. 2009; special election July 14 2009 resulted in...
Judy Chu32DemocratSpecial election July 2009 
Diane Watson33DemocratLos AngelesRetiring 2010
Party Retention: State Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (D)
Lucille Roybal-Allard34DemocratLos Angeles 
Maxine Waters35DemocratLos AngelesMight retire 20
Jane Harman36DemocratVenice 
Resigned one month after swearing-in, to run a think-tank, Feb. 2011; special election to be held later in 2011.
Laura Richardson37DemocratSpecial election June 2007 
Grace Napolitano38DemocratNorwalk 
Linda Sanchez39DemocratLakewood 
Ed Royce40RepublicanFullerton 
Jerry Lewis41RepublicanRedlands 
Gary Miller42RepublicanDiamond Bar 
Joe Baca43DemocratRialto 
Ken Calvert44RepublicanCorona 
Hot race: Facing School Board Member Bill Hedrick (D).
Mary Bono45RepublicanPalm Springs 
Dana Rohrabacher46RepublicanHuntington Beach 
Loretta Sanchez47DemocratSanta Ana 
John Campbell48RepublicanSpecial Election Dec 2005 
Darrell Issa49RepublicanVista 
Brian Bilbray50RepublicanSpecial election June 2006 
Bob Filner51DemocratSan Diego 
Duncan D. Hunter Jr.52RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Susan Davis53DemocratSan Diego 
Colorado
Diana DeGette1DemocratDenver 
Jared Polis2DemocratFirst elected 2008 
John Salazar3DemocratAlamosa 
Contested Election: Scott Tipton (R)
Betsy Markey4DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Facing City Councilor Diggs Brown (R), or Cory Gardner
Doug Lamborn5RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Mike Coffman6RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Ed Perlmutter7DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Connecticut
John Larson1DemocratEast Hartford 
Joe Courtney2DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Rosa DeLauro3DemocratNew Haven 
Jim Himes4DemocratBridgeport 
Chris Murphy5RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
District of Columbia
Eleanor NortonAt LargeDemocratWashington 
Delaware
Michael CastleAt LargeRepublicanWilmingtonRunning for Senate
Hot Race: ex-Lt. Gov. John C. Carney, Jr. (D), ex-Miss USA Michele Rollins (R)
Florida
Jeff Miller1RepublicanChumuckla 
Allen Boyd2DemocratMonticello 
Republican Takeover: Steve Southerland (R)
Corrine Brown3DemocratJacksonville 
Ander Crenshaw4RepublicanJacksonville 
Ginny Brown-Waite5RepublicanBrooksvilleRetiring 2010
Party Retention: Rich Nugent (R)
Cliff Stearns6RepublicanOcala 
John Mica7RepublicanWinter Park 
Alan Grayson8DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican Party; Dan Webster (R)
Gus Bilirakis9RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Bill Young10RepublicanIndian Rocks BeachMight retire 2010
Kathy Castor11DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Adam Putnam12RepublicanBartowRunning for Ag. Commissioner
Party Retention: Former State Rep. Dennis Ross (R)
Vern Buchanan13RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Connie Mack IV14RepublicanSanibel 
Bill Posey15RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Tom Rooney16RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Kendrick Meek17DemocratMiamiRunning for Senate
Party Retention: State Sen. Frederica Wilson (D)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen18RepublicanMiami 
Robert Wexler19DemocratBoca Raton 
Resigned effective Jan. 3, 2010 to become president of the Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation; special election April 13, 2010 resulted in...
Ted Deutch19DemocratSpecial election April 2010 
Debbie Wasserman Schultz20Democrat 
Lincoln Diaz-Balart21RepublicanMiamiRetiring 2010
Hot race: Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, the incumbent's brother, will switch districts and run to replace his retiring brother in 2010, leaving an open seat in the 25th district.
Ron Klein22DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Lt. Col. Allen West (R)
Alcee Hastings23DemocratMiramar 
Suzanne Kosmas24DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican Party; Sandy Adams (R)
Mario Diaz-Balart25RepublicanMiamiRunning in 21st district in 2010
Party Retention: State Rep. David Rivera (R)
Georgia
Jack Kingston1RepublicanSavannah 
Sanford Bishop2DemocratAlbany 
Near-Republican Takeover: Mike Keown (R)
Lynn Westmoreland3RepublicanRedistricted 2006 
Hank Johnson4DemocratFirst elected 2006
John Lewis5DemocratAtlanta 
Tom Price6Republican 
John Linder7RepublicanDuluthRetiring 2010
Party Retention: Rob Woodall (R)
Jim Marshall8DemocratRedistricted 2006 
Republican Takeover: State Rep. Austin Scott (R)
Nathan Deal9RepublicanClermontRunning for Governor; resigned 3/22/10
Special election June 8 resulted in...
Tom Graves9RepublicanSpecial election June 2010 
Paul Broun10RepublicanSpecial election June 2007 
Phil Gingrey11RepublicanMarietta 
John Barrow12Democrat  
David Scott13DemocratAtlanta  
Hawaii
Neil Abercrombie1DemocratHonoluluResigning & running for Governor
Rep. Abercrombie resigned effective Feb. 28, 2010. A special election resulted in....
Charles Djou1RepublicanSpecial election May 2010 
Hot race (special election): Charles Djou (R) vs. Former Rep. Ed Case (D)
Hot race (general election): Charles Djou (R) vs. Colleen Hanabusa (D)
Mazie K. Hirono2DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Idaho
Walt Minnick1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot Race:Facing Raul Labrador (R), Former Rep. Bill Sali (R)
Mike Simpson2RepublicanBlackfoot 
Illinois
Bobby Rush1DemocratChicago 
Jesse Louis Jackson2DemocratChicago 
Dan Lipinski3Democrat 
Luis Gutierrez4DemocratChicago 
Rahm Emanuel5DemocratChicago 
Appointed as Pres.-Elect Obama's chief of Staff in Nov. 2008; special election April 7 2009 resulted in...
Michael Quigley5DemocratSpecial Election April 2009 
Peter Roskam6RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Danny Davis7DemocratChicago 
Melissa Bean8Democrat 
Republican Takeover: Joe Walsh (R)
Jan Schakowsky9DemocratEvanston 
Mark Kirk10RepublicanWilmetteRunning for Senate
Hot Race: Dan Seals (D) vs. Bob Dold (R)
Debbie Halvorson11DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: Adam Kinzinger (R)
Jerry Costello12DemocratBelleville 
Judy Biggert13RepublicanHinsdale 
Hot race: Facing 2008 nominee Scott Harper (D)
Bill Foster14DemocratSpecial election March 2008 
Hot Race: St. Sen. Randy Hultgren (R), Daniel Kairis (G), Dan Druck (L)
Timothy Johnson15RepublicanUrbana 
Donald Manzullo16RepublicanEgan 
Phil Hare17DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Bobby Schilling (R)
Aaron Schock18RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
John Shimkus19RepublicanCollinsville 
Indiana
Peter Visclosky1DemocratMerrillville 
Joseph Donnelly2DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Mark Souder3RepublicanFort WayneResigned May 2010 in sex scandal
Open seat: State Sen. Marlin Stutzman (R), ex-Fort Wayne Councilor Thomas Hayhurst (D), Scott Wise (L)
Steve Buyer4RepublicanMonticelloRetiring 2010
Open seat: Prof. David Sanders (D), Sec. of State Todd Rokita (R).
Dan Burton5RepublicanIndianapolisMight retire 2010
Mike Pence6RepublicanColumbus 
André Carson7DemocratSpecial election March 2008 
Brad Ellsworth8RepublicanBlairsvilleRunning for Senate
Open seat: State Rep. Trent Van Haaften (D) vs. Larry Bucshon (R).
Baron Hill9DemocratFirst re-elected 2006 
Hot Race:Facing Todd Young (R), Former Rep. Mike Sodrel (R)
Iowa
Bruce Braley1DemocratFirst elected 2006 
David Loebsack2RepublicanDavenport 
Leonard Boswell3DemocratDes Moines 
Tom Latham4RepublicanAlexander 
Steve King5RepublicanKiron 
Kansas
Jerry Moran1RepublicanHaysRunning for Senate
Party Retention: State Sen. Tim Huelskamp (R)
Lynn Jenkins2RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Dennis Moore3DemocratLenexaRetiring 2010
Hot Race: State Rep. Kevin Yoder (R), Stephene Moore (D), Mayor Mike Copeland (R), ex-St. Sen. Mark Gilstrap (R), ex-St. Rep. Patricia Barbieri-Lightner (R)
Todd Tiahrt4RepublicanGoddardRunning for Senate
Party Retention: Mike Pompeo (R)
Kentucky
Ed Whitfield1RepublicanHopkinsville 
Brett Guthrie2RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
John Yarmuth3DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Geoff Davis4Republican 
Hal Rogers5RepublicanSomerset 
Ben Chandler6DemocratWoodford County 
Contested Election: Andy Barr (R)
Louisiana
Steve Scalise1RepublicanSpecial election May 2008 
Joseph Anh Cao2RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic Party; State Rep. Cedric Richmond (D)
Charlie Melancon3DemocratRunning for Senate
Hot race: Jeff Landry (R), St. Rep. Damon Baldone (D), St. Rep. Fred Mills (D), St. Rep. Gary Smith (D), ex-St. House Speaker Hunt Downer (R), ex-St. Sen. Craig Romero (R)
John Fleming4RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Rodney Alexander5RepublicanQuitman 
Bill Cassidy6RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Charles Boustany7Republican 
Maine
Chellie Pingree1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Michael Michaud2DemocratEast Millinocket 
Maryland
Frank Kratovil1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Facing State Sen. E.J. Pipkin (R) or State Sen. Andy Harris (R).
Dutch Ruppersberger2DemocratCockeysville 
John Sarbanes3DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Donna Edwards4DemocratSpecial election June 2008 
Steny Hoyer5DemocratMechanicsville 
Roscoe Bartlett6RepublicanFrederick 
Elijah Cummings7DemocratBaltimore 
Chris Van Hollen8DemocratKensington 
Massachusetts
John Olver1DemocratAmherst 
Richard Neal2DemocratSpringfield 
Jim McGovern3DemocratWorcester 
Barney Frank4DemocratNewton 
Niki Tsongas5DemocratSpecial Election Oct. 2007 
John Tierney6DemocratSalem 
Ed Markey7DemocratMalden 
Michael Capuano8DemocratSomerville 
Lost primary to fill Sen. Ted Kennedy`s Senate seat; special election Dec. 2009.
Steve Lynch9DemocratSouth Boston 
Bill Delahunt10DemocratQuincyRetiring 2010
Hot race: ex-St. Rep. Phil Johnston (D), ex-Quincy Mayor Jim Sheets (I), Bill Keating (D), St. Rep. Jeffrey D. Perry (R), ex-Dem St. Rep. Maryanne Lewis (I)
Michigan
Bart Stupak1DemocratMenomineeRetiring 2010
Open seat: Dr. Dan Benishek (R), St. Rep. Gary McDowell (D), St. Sen. Jason Allen (R), '02, '04 & '06 nominee Don Hooper (R)
Peter Hoekstra2RepublicanHollandRunning for Governor
Party Retention: Former State Rep. Bill Huizenga (R)
Vernon Ehlers3RepublicanGrand RapidsRetiring 2010
Party Retention: State Rep. Justin Amash (R)
Dave Camp4RepublicanMidland 
Dale Kildee5DemocratFlint 
Fred Upton6RepublicanSt. Joseph 
Mark Schauer7DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Former U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg (R), Former U.S. Rep. Joe Schwarz (I)
Mike Rogers8RepublicanBrighton 
Gary C. Peters9DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Facing Former Senate Nominee Rocky Raczkowski (R).
Candice Miller10RepublicanHarrison Township 
Thad McCotter11RepublicanLivonia 
Sander Levin12DemocratRoyal Oak 
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick13DemocratDetroit 
Hot race: Incumbent lost primary (August 3, 2010) to Hansen Clarke (D); facing John Hauler (R).
John Conyers14DemocratDetroitMight retire 2010
John Dingell15DemocratDearbornMight retire 2010
Minnesota
Tim Walz1DemocratFirst elected 2006 
John Kline2RepublicanLakeville 
Erik Paulsen3RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Betty McCollum4DemocratSt. Paul 
Keith Ellison5DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Michele Bachmann6RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Facing State Sen. Tarryl Clark (DFL)
Collin Peterson7DemocratDetroit Lakes 
James Oberstar8DemocratChisholm 
Republican Takeover: Chip Cravaack (R)
Mississippi
Travis Childers1DemocratSpecial election May 2008 
Hot race: State Sen. Alan Nunnelee (R), ex-Mayor Henry Ross (R)
Bennie Thompson2DemocratBolton 
Gregg Harper3RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Gene Taylor4DemocratBay St. Louis 
Republican Takeover: State Rep. Steven Palazzo (R)
Missouri
William Lacy Clay1DemocratSt. Louis 
Todd Akin2RepublicanSt. Louis 
Russ Carnahan3Democrat 
Ike Skelton4DemocratLexington 
Republican Takeover: Former State Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R)
Emanuel Cleaver5Democrat 
Sam Graves6RepublicanTarkio 
Roy Blunt7RepublicanStraffordRunning for Senate
Party Retention: Billy Long (R)
Jo Ann Emerson8RepublicanCape Girardeau 
Blaine Luetkemeyer9RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Montana
Dennis RehbergAt LargeRepublicanBillings 
Nebraska
Jeff Fortenberry1Republican 
Lee Terry2RepublicanOmaha 
Hot race: Facing State Sen. Tom White (D)
Adrian M. Smith3RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Nevada
Shelley Berkley1DemocratLas Vegas 
Dean Heller2RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Dina Titus3DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic party; Ed Bridges (R), Former State Rep. Joe Heck (R), prof. Brad Lord-Leutwyler (R), Stephen Nohrden (R)
New Hampshire
Carol Shea-Porter1DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; Mayor Frank Guinta (R, won Sept. 14 primary); also ran: Rich Ashooh (R), Robert Bestani (R), Mike Castaldo (R), Fergus Cullen (R), ex-RNC committeeman Sean Mahoney (R)
Paul Hodes2DemocratFirst elected 2006Running for Senate
Hot race: Facing Former Rep. Charlie Bass (R)
New Jersey
Robert Andrews1DemocratHaddon Heights 
Frank LoBiondo2RepublicanMillville 
John H. Adler3DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: Jon Runyan (R)
Christopher Smith4RepublicanRobbinsville 
Scott Garrett5RepublicanWantage 
Hot race: Facing Rabbi Dennis Shulman (D)
Frank Pallone6DemocratLong Branch 
Leonard Lance7RepublicanWarren Township 
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic party; primary June 8th.
Bill Pascrell8DemocratPaterson 
Steven Rothman9DemocratFair Lawn 
Donald Payne10DemocratNewark 
Rodney Frelinghuysen11RepublicanMorristown 
Rush Holt12DemocratHopewell Township 
Albio Sires13DemocratSpecial election 2006 
New Mexico
Martin Heinrich1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Harry Teague2DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Facing Former Rep. Steve Pearce (R)
Ben Ray Lujan, Jr.3DemocratFirst elected 2008 
New York
Timothy Bishop1DemocratSouthampton 
Contested Election: Randy Altschuler (R)
Steve Israel2DemocratHuntington 
Peter King3RepublicanSeaford 
Carolyn McCarthy4DemocratMineola 
Gary Ackerman5DemocratJamaica Estates 
Gregory Meeks6DemocratQueens 
Joseph Crowley7DemocratQueens/Bronx 
Jerrold Nadler8DemocratNew York 
Anthony Weiner9DemocratBrooklyn 
Ed Towns10DemocratBrooklyn 
Yvette D. Clarke11DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Nydia Velazquez12DemocratBrooklyn 
Mike McMahon13DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: Michael Grimm (R)
Carolyn Maloney14DemocratNew York 
Charles Rangel15DemocratNew YorkMight retire 2010
Jose Serrano16DemocratBronx 
Eliot Engel17DemocratBronx 
Nita Lowey18DemocratHarrisonMight retire 2010
John Hall19DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Dr. Nan Hayworth (R, Cns, Ind)
Kirsten Gillibrand20DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Appointed to fill Hillary Clinton`s Senate seat; special election on March 31 2009 resulted in...
Scott Murphy20DemocratSpecial election March 2009 
Republican Takeover: Col. Chris Gibson (R, Cns)
Paul Tonko21DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Maurice Hinchey22DemocratSaugerties 
John McHugh23RepublicanPierrepont Manor 
Appointed as Secretary of the Army; Sept. 16, 2009; special election on Nov. 3, 2009 resulted in....
Bill Owens23DemocratSpecial election Nov 2009 
Hot race: Facing Matthew Doheny (R), Douglas Hoffman (R, Cns)
Michael Arcuri24DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Facing Richard Hanna (R, Cns), Ernest Logan Bell (R), businessman Richard Hanna (R), prof. Les Roberts
Dan Maffei25DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Contested Election: Ann Marie Buerkle (R)
Christopher Lee26RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Resigned Feb. 2011 in a sex scandal; special election to be held later in 2011.
Brian Higgins27Democrat 
Louise Slaughter28DemocratFairportMight retire 2010
Eric Massa29DemocratFirst elected 2008Resigned March 2010
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic Party (special election Nov. 2010): Matt Zeller (D, WF), vs. Mayor Tom Reed (R, Cns, Ind)
North Carolina
G.K. Butterfield1Democrat 
Bob Etheridge2DemocratLillington 
Republican Takeover: Renee Ellmers (R)
Walter Beaman Jones3RepublicanFarmville 
David Eugene Price4DemocratChapel Hill 
Virginia Foxx5Republican 
John Howard Coble6RepublicanGreensboro 
Mike McIntyre7DemocratLumberton 
Larry Kissell8DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic party; primary May 4th.
Sue Wilkins Myrick9RepublicanCharlotte 
Patrick McHenry10Republican 
Heath Shuler11DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Mel Watt12DemocratCharlotte 
Brad Miller13DemocratRaleigh 
North Dakota
Earl PomeroyAt LargeDemocratValley City 
Hot race: Facing State Rep. Rick Berg (R), J.D. Donaghe (R)
Ohio
Steven Driehaus1DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Facing Former Rep. Steve Chabot (R)
Jean Schmidt2RepublicanSpecial Election Aug. 2005 
Mike Turner3RepublicanDayton 
Jim Jordan4RepublicanFirst elected 2006 
Bob Latta5RepublicanSpecial election Dec. 2007 
Charlie Wilson6DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Bill Johnson (R)
Steve Austria7RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
John Boehner8RepublicanWest Chester 
Marcy Kaptur9DemocratToledoMight retire 2010
Dennis Kucinich10DemocratCleveland 
Marcia Fudge11DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Pat Tiberi12RepublicanColumbus 
Betty Sutton13DemocratLorain 
Steven LaTourette14RepublicanMadison 
Mary Jo Kilroy15DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; Former State Sen. Steve Stivers (R), David Ryon (C), William Kammerer (L), Scott Alan Hubbard (I)
John Boccieri16DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: Former Mayor Jim Renacci (R)
Tim Ryan17DemocratNiles 
Zack Space18DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; State Sen. Bob Gibbs (R)
Oklahoma
John Sullivan1RepublicanTulsa 
Dan Boren2Democrat 
Frank Dean Lucas3RepublicanCheyenne 
Tom Cole4RepublicanMoore 
Mary Fallin5RepublicanFirst elected 2006Running for Governor
Party Retention: James Lankford (R)
Oregon
David Wu1DemocratPortland 
Greg Walden2RepublicanHood River 
Earl Blumenauer3DemocratPortland 
Peter DeFazio4DemocratSpringfield 
Kurt Schrader5DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Pennsylvania
Robert Brady1DemocratPhiladelphia 
Chaka Fattah2DemocratPhiladelphia 
Kathy Dahlkemper3DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Republican Takeover: City Councilor Mike Kelly (R)
Jason Altmire4DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Glenn Thompson5RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Jim Gerlach6RepublicanDowningtown 
Hot race: Facing Steve Welch (R)
Joe Sestak7DemocratFirst elected 2006Running for Senate
Open seat: St. Rep. Bryan Lentz (D), ex-U.S. Att. Patrick Meehan (R), Jim Schneller (I)
Patrick J. Murphy8DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; ex-U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R), Gloria Carlineo (R), Ira Hoffman (R), James Jones (R), Jay Russell (C)
Bill Shuster9RepublicanHollidaysburg 
Chris Carney10DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Tom Marino (R)
Paul Kanjorski11DemocratNanticoke 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; Facing Mayor Lou Barletta (R)
John Murtha12DemocratJohnstownDeceased Feb. 8, 2010
Rep. Murtha passed away on Feb. 8, 2010; special election May 18 resulted in...
Mark Critz12DemocratSpecial election May 2010 
Allyson Schwartz13Democrat 
Mike Doyle14DemocratSwissvale 
Charlie Dent15Republican 
Hot race: Facing Mayor John Callahan (D)
Joseph Pitts16RepublicanKennett Square 
Tim Holden17DemocratSaint Clair 
Tim Murphy18RepublicanPittsburgh 
Todd Russell Platts19RepublicanYork 
Rhode Island
Patrick Kennedy1DemocratProvidenceRetiring 2010
Party Retention: Mayor David Cicilline (D)
James Langevin2DemocratWarwick 
South Carolina
Henry Brown1RepublicanHanahanRetiring 2010
Party Retention: State Rep. Tim Scott (R)
Joe Wilson2RepublicanSpringdale 
Gresham Barrett3RepublicanWestminsterRunning for Governor
Party Retention: State Rep. Jeff Duncan (R)
Bob Inglis4Republican 
Hot race: Incumbent lost primary (June 8, 2010) to Trey Gowdy (R); facing Paul Corden (D).
John Spratt5DemocratYork 
Republican Takeover: State Sen. Mick Mulvaney (R)
James Clyburn6DemocratColumbia 
South Dakota
Stephanie HersethAt LargeDemocratHoughton 
Republican Takeover: State Rep. Kristi Noem (R)
Tennessee
Phil Roe1RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Jimmy Duncan2RepublicanKnoxville 
Zach Wamp3RepublicanChattanoogaRunning for Governor
Party Retention: Chuck Fleischmann (R)
Lincoln Davis4DemocratPall Mall 
Republican Takeover: Dr. Scott DesJarlais (R)
Jim Cooper5DemocratNashville 
Bart Gordon6DemocratMurfreesboroRetiring 2010
Open seat: Henry Barry (D), Devora Butler (D), Brett Carter (D), Floyd Conover (D), Ben Leming (D), State Sen. Diane Black (R), Maj. Gen. Dave Evans (R), Bruce McLellan (R), Kerry Roberts (R), St. Sen. Jim Tracy (R)
Marsha Blackburn7RepublicanBrentwood 
John Tanner8DemocratUnion CityRetiring 2010
Open seat: Stephen Fincher (R), St. Sen. Roy Herron (D), Kimberlee Smith (D), Co. Comm'r. George Flinn (R), James Hart (R), Dr. Ron Kirkland (R), Bennie Watts (R)
Steve Cohen9DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Texas
Louie Gohmert1Republican 
Ted Poe2Republican 
Sam Johnson3RepublicanPlano 
Ralph Moody Hall4RepublicanRockwall 
Jeb Hensarling5RepublicanDallas 
Joe Linus Barton6RepublicanEnnis 
John Abney Culberson7RepublicanHouston 
Kevin Brady8RepublicanThe Woodlands 
Al Green9Democrat 
Michael McCaul10Republican 
Mike Conaway11Republican 
Kay Granger12RepublicanFort Worth 
Mac Thornberry13RepublicanClarendon 
Ron Paul14RepublicanSurfside 
Ruben Hinojosa15DemocratMercedes 
Silvestre Reyes16DemocratEl Paso 
Chet Edwards17DemocratAbilene 
Hot race: Bill Flores (R), Richard Kelly (L)
Sheila Jackson-Lee18DemocratHouston 
Randy Neugebauer19RepublicanLubbock 
Charlie Gonzalez20DemocratSan Antonio 
Lamar Smith21RepublicanSan Antonio 
Pete Olson22DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Ciro Rodriguez23DemocratFirst re-elected 2006 
Republican Takeover: Francisco Canseco (R)
Kenny Marchant24Republican 
Lloyd Doggett25DemocratHouston 
Michael Burgess26RepublicanHighland Village 
Solomon Ortiz27DemocratCorpus Christi 
Republican Takeover: Blake Farenthold (R)
Henry Cuellar28Democrat 
Gene Green29DemocratHouston 
Eddie Bernice Johnson30DemocratDallas 
John Carter31RepublicanRound Rock 
Pete Sessions32RepublicanDallas 
Utah
Rob Bishop1RepublicanBrigham City 
Jim Matheson2DemocratSalt Lake City 
Jason Chaffetz3RepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Vermont
Peter WelchAt LargeDemocratFirst elected 2006 
Virginia
Rob Wittman1RepublicanSpecial election, Dec. 2007 
Glenn Nye III2DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican Party; Scott Rigell (R)
Bobby Scott3DemocratNewport News 
Randy Forbes4RepublicanChesapeake 
Tom Perriello5DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican Party; State Sen. Robert Hurt (R)
Bob Goodlatte6RepublicanRoanoke 
Eric Cantor7RepublicanRichmond 
James Moran8DemocratArlington 
Rick Boucher9DemocratAbingdon 
Republican Takeover: State Del. Morgan Griffith (R)
Frank Wolf10RepublicanVienna 
Gerry Connolly11DemocratFirst elected 2008 
Contested Election: Keith Fimian (R)
Washington
Jay Inslee1DemocratBainbridge Island 
Rick Larsen2DemocratEverett 
Contested Election: Former State Rep. John Koster (R)
Brian Baird3DemocratVancouverRetiring 2010
Open seat: Cheryl Crist (D), ex-St. Rep. Denny Heck (D), St. Sen. Craig Pridemore (D), St. Sen. Don Benton (R), David Castillo (R), State Rep. Jaime Herrera (R), St. Sen. Joe Zarelli (R)
Doc Hastings4RepublicanPasco 
Cathy McMorris5Republican 
Norm Dicks6DemocratBelfair 
Jim McDermott7DemocratSeattle 
Dave Reichert8Republican 
Hot race: Targeted by Democratic Party; primary held June 8th.
David Adam Smith9DemocratTacoma 
West Virginia
Alan Mollohan1DemocratFairmont 
Open seat: incumbent defeated in May 12 Democratic primary by state Senator Michael Oliverio; facing Former state Senator David McKinley (R).
Shelley Moore Capito2RepublicanCharleston 
Nick Rahall3DemocratBeckley 
Wisconsin
Paul Ryan1RepublicanJanesville 
Tammy Baldwin2DemocratMadison 
Ron Kind3DemocratLa Crosse 
Gwen Moore4Democrat 
James Sensenbrenner5RepublicanMenomonee Falls 
Tom Petri6RepublicanFond du Lac 
David Obey7DemocratWausauRetiring 2010
Open seat: state Senator Julie Lassa (D), State Rep. Louis Molepske (D), D.A. Sean Duffy (R)
Steve Kagen8DemocratFirst elected 2006 
Hot race: Targeted by Republican party; Reid Ribble (R).
Wyoming
Cynthia LummisAt LargeRepublicanFirst elected 2008 
Wyoming
Cynthia LummisAt LargeRepublicanFirst elected 2008 

                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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