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Alabama
Jo Bonner1(R)2003Resigning effective August 15th, 2013
Rep. Bonner announced his resignation less than 5 months after being seated in the 113th Congress, to which he was elected unopposed to a two-year term. Bonner announced on May 23 that he was accepting a "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" as Vice Chancellor for Government Relations and Economic Development at The University of Alabama System. The taxpayers of Alabama will foot the bill for a special election to replace Bonner; the dates announced by Gov. Robert Bentley are: Sept. 24 for the primary; then primary runoff on Nov. 5 (winner: Bradley Byrne, R); then the general election Dec. 17.
Martha Roby2(R)2011
Michael Rogers3(R)2003
Robert Aderholt4(R)1997
Mo Brooks5(R)2011
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith (I)
Spencer Bachus6(R)1993Retiring 2014
Terri Sewell7(D)2011
Alaska
Don YoungAL(R)1973*
2014 Democratic challenger: Frank Vondersaar (D, lost August primary).
Arizona
Ann Kirkpatrick1(D)2013Previously in House 2009-2011;
one of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Ron Barber2(D)2012One of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Raul Grijalva3(D)2003
Paul Gosar4(R)2011
Matt Salmon5(R)2013Previously in House 1995-2001
David Schweikert6(R)2011
Ed Pastor7(D)1991* Retiring 2014
Trent Franks8(R)2003
Kyrsten Sinema9(D)2013
Arkansas
Rick Crawford1(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Tim Griffin2(R)2011Running for AR Lt. Governor 2014
Steve Womack3(R)2011
Tom Cotton4(R)2013Running for AR Senate 2014
California
Doug LaMalfa1(R)2013
Jared Huffman2(D)2013
John Garamendi3(D)2009*
Tom McClintock4(R)2009
Mike Thompson5(D)1999
Doris Matsui6(D)2005*
Ami Bera7(D)2013
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Doug Ose (R)
Challenged in 2014 by former Senate candidate Elizabeth Emken (R)
Paul Cook8(R)2013
Jerry McNerney9(D)2007
Jeff Denham10(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
George Miller11(D)1975Retiring 2014
Nancy Pelosi12(D)1987
Barbara Lee13(D)1998*
Jackie Speier14(D)2008*
Eric Swalwell15(D)2013
Jim Costa16(D)2005
Mike Honda17(D)2001Targeted by the NRCC in 2014
Anna Eshoo18(D)1993
Zoe Lofgren19(D)1995
Sam Farr20(D)1993
David Valadao21(R)2013Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Devin Nunes22(R)2003
Kevin McCarthy23(R)2007Elected Majority Leader, June 2014
Lois Capps24(D)1998*
Buck McKeon25(R)1993Retiring 2014
Julia Brownley26(D)2013
Judy Chu27(D)2009
Adam Schiff28(D)2001
Tony Cardenas29(D)2013
Brad Sherman30(D)1997
Gary Miller31(R)1999Retiring 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Joe Baca (D; lost June 3 jungle primary); November Runoff: Paul Chabot (R) vs. Pete Aguilar (D).
Grace Napolitano32(D)1999
Henry Waxman33(D)1975Retiring 2014
Xavier Becerra34(D)1993
Gloria Negrete McLeod35(D)2013Retiring 2014 to run for County Supervisor
Raul Ruiz36(D)2013One of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Karen Bass37(D)2011
Linda Sanchez38(D)2003
Ed Royce39(R)1993
Lucille Roybal-Allard40(D)1993
Mark Takano41(D)2013
Ken Calvert42(R)1993
Maxine Waters43(D)1991
Janice Hahn44(D)2011
John Campbell45(R)2005Retiring 2014
Loretta Sanchez46(D)1997
Alan Lowenthal47(D)2013
Dana Rohrabacher48(R)1989
Darrell Issa49(R)2001
Duncan D. Hunter50(R)2009
Juan Vargas51(D)2013
Scott Peters52(D)2013One of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Susan Davis53(D)2001
Colorado
Diana DeGette1(D)1997
Jared Polis2(D)2009
Scott Tipton3(R)2011
Cory Gardner4(R)2011Running for CO Senate 2014
Open seat 2014: Ken Buck (R) vs. Vic Meyers (D)
Doug Lamborn5(R)2007
Mike Coffman6(R)2009Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Challenged in 2014 by former State House Speaker Andrew Romanoff (D)
Ed Perlmutter7(D)2007
Connecticut
John Larson1(D)1999
Joe Courtney2(D)2007
Rosa DeLauro3(D)1991
Jim Himes4(D)2009
Elizabeth Esty5(D)2013
Delaware
John CarneyAL(D)2011
District of Columbia
Eleanor Holmes NortonAL(D)1991
Florida
Jeff Miller1(R)2001
Steve Southerland2(R)2011
Ted Yoho3(R)2013
Ander Crenshaw4(R)2001
Corrine Brown5(D)1993
Ron DeSantis6(R)2013
John Mica7(R)1993
Bill Posey8(R)2009
Alan Grayson9(D)2013Previously in House 2009-2011
Daniel Webster10(R)2011
Rich Nugent11(R)2011
Gus Bilirakis12(R)2007
Bill Young13(R)1971Deceased 2014
Rep. Young passed away on Oct. 18, 2013; a special election was called by Gov. Rick Scott (R) for March 11, 2014, with a Republican primary on Jan. 14, 2014; candidates include: Alex Sink (D); state Rep. Kathleen Peters (R); David Jolly (R; elected March 2014); Mark Bircher (R); Lucas Overby (L); and Michael Levinson (I).
Kathy Castor14(D)2007
Dennis Ross15(R)2011
Vern Buchanan16(R)2007
Tom Rooney17(R)2009
Patrick Murphy18(D)2013One of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Trey Radel19(R)2013
Rep. Radel resigned Jan. 27, 2014, after an arrest for cocaine possession. Gov. Rick Scott (R) scheduled the special election to replace him for April 22 primary, and June 24 election. Contenders include: former Rep. Connie Mack (R); former State Rep. Paige Kreegel (R); State Senator Lizbeth Benacquisto (R); CEO Curt Clawson (R, won June 24 primary); Chauncey Goss (R).
Alcee Hastings20(D)1993
Ted Deutch21(D)2010
Lois Frankel22(D)2013
Debbie Wasserman Schultz23(D)2005
Frederica Wilson24(D)2011
Mario Diaz-Balart25(R)2003
Joe Garcia26(D)2013One of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. David Rivera (R)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen27(R)1989
Georgia
Jack Kingston1(R)1993Running for GA Senate 2014
Sanford Bishop2(D)1993
Lynn Westmoreland3(R)2003
Hank Johnson4(D)2007
John Lewis5(D)1987
Tom Price6(R)2005
Rob Woodall7(R)2011
Austin Scott8(R)2011
Doug Collins9(R)2013
Paul Broun10(R)2007Running for GA Senate 2014
Contenders in 2014: Jody Hice (R, won July primary)
Phil Gingrey11(R)2003Running for GA Senate 2014
Contenders in 2014: Barry Loudermilk (R, won July primary) vs. Former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr (R, lost July primary)
John Barrow12(D)2005
David Scott13(D)2003
Tom Graves14(R)2010
Hawaii
Colleen Hanabusa1(D)2011Running for HI Senate 2014
Rep. Hanabusa was informally nominated by Sen. Daniel Inouye as his own successor. Sen. Inouye died on Dec. 17, 2012; Gov. Neil Abercrombie appointed Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz instead.
Tulsi Gabbard2(D)2013
Idaho
Raul Labrador1(R)2011Lost bid for Majority Leader, June 2014
Mike Simpson2(R)1999
Illinois
Bobby Rush1(D)1993
Jesse Louis Jackson2(D; resigned)1995On medical leave since June 10, 2012; resigned Nov. 21, 2012
Rep. Jackson resigned under ethics investigation and suffering from psychological issues; Gov. Pat Quinn (D, IL) has set a special election date of Feb. 26, 2013, for the primary, and April 9 for the general election. Primary winners: Cook County Chief Administrative Officer Robin Kelly (D; won general election; sworn in April 11, 2013); Paul McKinley (R); LeAlan Jones (G). Also ran in the primary: Former U.S. Rep. Debbie Halvorson (D); Former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds; State Sen. Toi Hutchinson; Ald. Anthony Beale (D); Ald. Will Burns, State Sen. Kwame Raoul, former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger, Ald. Sandi Jackson (Jesse Louis Jackson's wife), John Jackson (Jesse Louis Jackson's brother)
Robin Kelly2(D)2013*
Dan Lipinski3(D)2005
Luis Gutierrez4(D)1993
Mike Quigley5(D)2009
Peter Roskam6(R)2007Lost bid for Majority Whip, June 2014
Danny K. Davis7(D)1997
Tammy Duckworth8(D)2013
Jan Schakowsky9(D)1999
Brad Schneider10(D)2013
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Bob Dold (R)
Bill Foster11(D)2013Previously in House 2008-2011;
one of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Bill Enyart12(D)2013
Rodney L. Davis13(R)2013Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Randy Hultgren14(R)2011
John Shimkus15(R)1997
Adam Kinzinger16(R)2011
Cheri Bustos17(D)2013
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Bobby Schilling (R)
Aaron Schock18(R)2009
Indiana
Pete Visclosky1(D)1985
Jackie Walorski2(R)2013
Marlin Stutzman3(R)2010
Todd Rokita4(R)2011
Susan Brooks5(R)2013
Luke Messer6(R)2013
Andre Carson7(D)2008
Larry Bucshon8(R)2011
Todd Young9(R)2011
Iowa
Bruce Braley1(D)2007Running for IA Senate 2014
David Loebsack2(D)2007
Tom Latham3(R)1995Targeted by the DCCC; retiring in 2014
Steve King4(R)2003
Kansas
Tim Huelskamp1(R)2011
Lynn Jenkins2(R)2009
Kevin Yoder3(R)2011
Mike Pompeo4(R)2011
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Todd Tiahrt (R; Aug. 5, 2014 primary)
Kentucky
Ed Whitfield1(R)1995
Brett Guthrie2(R)2009
John Yarmuth3(D)2007
Thomas Massie4(R)2012*
Hal Rogers5(R)1981
Andy Barr6(R)2013
Louisiana
Steve Scalise1(R)2008Elected Majority Whip, June 2014
Cedric Richmond2(D)2011
Jeff Landry3(R)2011Lost runoff election on Dec. 8, 2012 (last House seat to be decided for 2013)
Charles Boustany3(R)2005Won runoff election on Dec. 8, 2012 (last House seat to be decided for 2013)
John Fleming4(R)2009
Rodney Alexander5(R)2003Resigned 2013
Rep. Alexander resigned to become Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs; Gov. Bobby Jindal (R, LA) has set a special election primary date of October 16, 2013. Results of Nov. 15 general election: Vance McAllister (R) over State Sen. Neil Riser (R).
Bill Cassidy6(R)2009Running for LA Senate 2014
Maine
Chellie Pingree1(D)2009
Mike Michaud2(D)2001Running for ME Governor 2014
Maryland
Andy Harris1(R)2011
Dutch Ruppersberger2(D)2003
John Sarbanes3(D)2007
Donna Edwards4(D)2008
Steny Hoyer5(D)1981
John Delaney6(D)2013
Opponent: Daniel Bongino (R).
Elijah Cummings7(D)1996
Chris Van Hollen8(D)2003
Massachusetts
Richard Neal1(D)1989
Jim McGovern2(D)1997
Niki Tsongas3(D)2007
Joe Kennedy III4(D)2013
Ed Markey5(D)1976Elected to 2013 MA Senate
Rep. Markey was elected Senator on June 25, 2013, and sworn into the Senate on July 16. Gov. Deval Patrick announced the special election dates for the House seat as: primary on Oct. 15; general election on Dec. 10. Contenders:
John Tierney6(D)1997Targeted by the NRCC in 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former Lt. Gov. candidate Richard Tisei (R)
Mike Capuano7(D)1999
Stephen Lynch8(D)2001* Running for 2013 MA Senate (lost May primary)
Bill Keating9(D)2011
Michigan
Dan Benishek1(R)2011
Bill Huizenga2(R)2011
Justin Amash3(R)2011
Dave Camp4(R)1991Retiring 2014
Dan Kildee5(D)2013
Fred Upton6(R)1987
Tim Walberg7(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Mike Rogers8(R)2001Retiring 2014
Sander Levin9(D)1983
Candice Miller10(R)2003
Kerry Bentivolio11(R)2013Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Rep. David Curson seated in Distrcict 11 for lame-duck session (from special election Nov. 2012 through regular inauguration Jan. 2013)
John Dingell12(D)1955* Retiring 2014
2014 Democratic nominee: Debbie Dingell (D), wife of retiring Rep. John Dingell.
John Conyers13(D)1965Failed to make ballot, May 2014
Gary Peters14(D)2009Running for MI Senate 2014
Minnesota
Tim Walz1(D)2007
John Kline2(R)2003Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Erik Paulsen3(R)2009Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Betty McCollum4(D)2001
Keith Ellison5(D)2007
Michele Bachmann6(R)2007Retiring 2014
Collin Peterson7(D)1991Targeted by the NRCC in 2014
Rick Nolan8(D)2013
Mississippi
Alan Nunnelee1(R)2011
Bennie Thompson2(D)1993*
Gregg Harper3(R)2009
Steven Palazzo4(R)2011
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor (R; lost June 3, 2014 primary)
Missouri
William Lacy Clay1(D)2001
Ann Wagner2(R)2013
Blaine Luetkemeyer3(R)2009
Vicky Hartzler4(R)2011
Emanuel Cleaver5(D)2005
Sam Graves6(R)2001
Billy Long7(R)2011
Jo Ann Emerson8(R)1996*
Rep. Emerson announced in Dec. 2012, one month after being re-elected and one month before being sworn in, that she would resign effective February 2013, to become head of become President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Gov. Jay Nixon announced a special election date of June 4, 2013 (with no primary; just party-based selection of contenders); all expenses for the special election must be paid by the taxpayers of Missouri. Winner: Jason Smith, Speaker Pro Tem of the Missouri House of Representatives (R); Also ran:Steve Hodges, State Representative District 161 (D); Bill Slantz (L); Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder (R); State Sen. Jason Crowell (R); State Sen. Kevin Engler (R); State Republican Party executive director Lloyd Smith (R).
Montana
Steve DainesAL(R)2013Running for MT Senate 2014
Challenged in 2014 by former Senate candidate Corey Stapleton (R) and former U.S. Representative Denny Rehberg (R)
Nebraska
Jeff Fortenberry1(R)2005
Lee Terry2(R)1999Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Adrian Smith3(R)2007
Nevada
Dina Titus1(D)2013Previously in House 2009-2011
Mark Amodei2(R)2011
Joe Heck3(R)2011
Steven Horsford4(D)2013
New Hampshire
Carol Shea-Porter1(D)2013Previously in House 2007-2011;
one of 8 most vulnerable Dems in 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta (R)
Annie Kuster2(D)2013
New Jersey
Rob Andrews1(D)1990
Rep. Andrews announced his pending resignation in Feb. 2014, under ethics investigation for campaign spending on personal expenses. Gov. Chris Christie will announce a special election date, likely to coincide with the 2014 election schedule. Contenders: State Sen. Donald Norcross; Camden Mayor Dana Redd.
Frank LoBiondo2(R)2003Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Jon Runyan3(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC; retiring in 2014
Challengers in 2014: Tom MacArthur (R); Steve Lonegan (R, lost June 3, 2014 primary)
Chris Smith4(R)1981
Scott Garrett5(R)2003
Frank Pallone6(D)1989Ran for NJ Senate 2013
Leonard Lance7(R)2009
Albio Sires8(D)2006*
Bill Pascrell9(D)1997
Donald Payne Jr.10(D)2012*
Rodney Frelinghuysen11(R)1995
Rush Holt12(D)1999Ran for NJ Senate 2013; retiring 2014
New Mexico
Michelle Lujan-Grisham1(D)2013
Steve Pearce2(R)2011
Ben Ray Lujan3(D)2009
New York
Timothy Bishop1(D)2003
Peter King2(R)1993
Steve Israel3(D)2001
Carolyn McCarthy4(D)1997Retiring 2014
Gregory Meeks5(D)1999
Grace Meng6(D)2013
Nydia Velazquez7(D)1993
Hakeem Jeffries8(D)2013
Yvette Clarke9(D)2007
Jerrold Nadler10(D)1993
Michael Grimm11(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Vito Fossella (R)
Carolyn Maloney12(D)1993
Charles Rangel13(D)1971
Joseph Crowley14(D)1999
Jose Serrano15(D)1990
Eliot Engel16(D)1989
Nita Lowey17(D)1989
Sean Maloney18(D)2013
Challenged in 2014 by Former Rep. Nan Hayworth (R).
Chris Gibson19(R)2011
Paul Tonko20(D)2009
Bill Owens21(D)2009Retiring 2014
Richard Hanna22(R)2011
Tom Reed23(R)2010Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Dan Maffei24(D)2013Previously in House 2009-2011
Louise Slaughter25(D)1987
Brian Higgins26(D)2005
Chris Collins27(R)2013
North Carolina
G.K. Butterfield1(D)2004*
Renee Ellmers2(R)2011
Walter Beaman Jones3(R)1995
David Price4(D)1997
Virginia Foxx5(R)2005
Howard Coble6(R)1985Retiring 2014
Mike McIntyre7(D)1997Retiring 2014
Richard Hudson8(R)2013
Robert Pittenger9(R)2013
Patrick McHenry10(R)2005
Mark Meadows11(R)2013
Mel Watt12(D)1993Resigned to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency
Rep. Watt's appointment was finalized on Dec. 11, 2013. Gov. Pat McCrory will announce a special election date; expected dates are: primary in February 2014; runoff on May 6, 2014 (with midterm election primaries); special election July 15, 2014 (with 2014 runoff election). Candidates: State Rep. Alma Adams; State Sen. Malcolm Graham; Former School Board Chairman George Battle III; State Rep. Beverly Earle; State Rep. Marcus Brandon; State Rep. Rodney Moore.
George Holding13(R)2013
North Dakota
Kevin CramerAL(R)2013
Ohio
Steve Chabot1(R)2011
Brad Wenstrup2(R)2013
Joyce Beatty3(D)2013
Jim Jordan4(R)2007
Bob Latta5(R)2007
Bill Johnson6(R)2011
Bob Gibbs7(R)2011
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. John Boccieri (D)
John Boehner8(R)1991
Marcy Kaptur9(D)1983
Mike Turner10(R)2003
Marcia Fudge11(D) 2008*
Pat Tiberi12(R)2001
Tim Ryan13(D)2003
David Joyce14(R)2013
Steve Stivers15(R)2011
Jim Renacci16(R)2011
Oklahoma
Jim Bridenstine1(R)2013Running for OK Senate 2014
Markwayne Mullin2(R)2013
Frank Lucas3(R)2003
Tom Cole4(R)2003
James Lankford5(R)2011Running for OK Senate 2014
Oregon
Suzanne Bonamici1(D)2012
Greg Walden2(R)1999
Earl Blumenauer3(D)1996*
Peter DeFazio4(D)1987
Kurt Schrader5(D)2009
Pennsylvania
Bob Brady1(D)1998*
Chaka Fattah2(D)1995
Mike Kelly3(R)2011
Scott Perry4(R)2013
Glenn Thompson5(R)2009
Jim Gerlach6(R)2003Retiring 2014
Pat Meehan7(R)2011
Mike Fitzpatrick8(R)2011Targeted by the DCCC in 2014
Bill Shuster9(R)2001*
Tom Marino10(R)2011
Lou Barletta11(R)2011
Keith Rothfus12(R)2013
Allyson Schwartz13(D)2005Running for PA Governor 2014
Challenged in 2014 by Former U.S. Rep. Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky (D)
Michael Doyle14(D)1995
Charles Dent15(R)2005
Joseph Pitts16(R)1997
Matt Cartwright17(D)2013
Tim Murphy18(R)2003
Rhode Island
David Cicilline1(D)2011
James Langevin2(D)2001
South Carolina
Tim Scott1(R)2011
On Dec. 17, 2012, Rep. Scott was appointed to the U.S. Senate to fill the seat of Sen. Jim DeMint, who resigned effective Jan. 2013 to run a think tank. Gov. Nikki Haley made the appointment, and has set a special election date of May 7 for Rep. Scott's replacement. A primary will be held March 19 with runoffs on April 2. Contenders include: Former Governor Mark Sanford (R; won); Former First Lady Jenny Sanford (R); Elizabeth Colbert-Busch (D; lost); former Congressional aide Ben Frasier (D); state Sen. Tom Davis (R); state Sen.-elect Paul Thurmond (R, son of former Sen. Strom Thurmond); State Sen. Larry Grooms (R); state Sen. Chip Campsen (R); state Rep. Chip Limehouse (R); state Rep. Peter McCoy (R); State Rep. Jim Merrill (R). See our coverage of South Carolina House debates between Sanford and Colbert-Busch.
Joe Wilson2(R)2001
Jeff Duncan3(R)2011
Trey Gowdy4(R)2011
Mick Mulvaney5(R)2011
Jim Clyburn6(D)1993
Tom Rice7(R)2013
South Dakota
Kristi NoemAL(R)2011
Tennessee
Phil Roe1(R)2009
Jimmy Duncan2(R)1988*
Chuck Fleischmann3(R)2011
Scott DesJarlais4(R)2011Targeted by the NRCC in 2014
Jim Cooper5(D)2003
Diane Black6(R)2011
Marsha Blackburn7(R)2003
Stephen Fincher8(R)2011
Steve Cohen9(D)2007
Texas
Louie Gohmert1(R)2005
Ted Poe2(R)2005
Sam Johnson3(R)1991
Ralph Hall4(R)1981Lost primary, May 2014
Challenger for 2014: John Ratcliffe (R, won primary May 2014)
Jeb Hensarling5(R)2003
Joe Barton6(R)1985
John Culberson7(R)2001
Kevin Brady8(R)1997
2014 Independent challenger: Scott Keller (I, withdrew June 2014)
Al Green9(D)2005
Michael McCaul10(R)2005
Mike Conaway11(R)2005
Kay Granger12(R)1999
Mac Thornberry13(R)1995
Randy Weber14(R)2013
Ruben Hinojosa15(D)1997
Beto O'Rourke16(D)2013
Bill Flores17(R)2011
Sheila Jackson Lee18(D)1995
Randy Neugebauer19(R)2003
Joaquin Castro20(D)2013
Lamar Smith21(R)1987
Pete Olson22(R)2009
Pete Gallego23(D)2013
2014 challenger: Former Rep. Francisco Canseco (R).
Kenny Marchant24(R)2005
Roger Williams25(R)2013
Michael Burgess26(R)2003
Blake Farenthold27(R)2011
Henry Cuellar28(D)2005
Gene Green29(D)1993
Eddie Bernice Johnson30(D)1991
John Carter31(R)2003
Pete Sessions32(R)1997
Marc Veasey33(D)2013
Filemon Vela34(D)2013
Lloyd Doggett35(D)1995
Steve Stockman36(R)2013Previously in House 1995-1997;Running for TX Senate 2014
Utah
Rob Bishop1(R)2003
Chris Stewart2(R)2013
Jason Chaffetz3(R)2009
Jim Matheson4(D)2001Retiring 2014
2014 GOP nominee: Mia Love (R).
Vermont
Peter WelchAL(D)2007
Virginia
Rob Wittman1(R)2007
Scott Rigell2(R)2011
Bobby Scott3(D)1993
Randy Forbes4(R)2001
Robert Hurt5(R)2011
Bob Goodlatte6(R)1993
Eric Cantor7(R)2001Resigned as Majority Leader, June 2014
Challenger for 2014: Dave Brat (R, won primary June 2014)
Jim Moran8(D)1991Retiring 2014
Morgan Griffith9(R)2011
Frank Wolf10(R)1981Retiring 2014
Contender for 2014: Former U.S. Rep. Artur Davis (D; withdrew Dec. 2013)
Gerry Connolly11(D)2009
Washington
Suzan DelBene1(D)2012*
Rick Larsen2(D)2001
Jaime Herrera3(R)2011
Doc Hastings4(R)1995Retiring 2014
Cathy McMorris Rodgers5(R)2005
Derek Kilmer6(D)2013
Jim McDermott7(D)1989
Dave Reichert8(R)2005
Adam Smith9(D)1997
Denny Heck10(D)2013
West Virginia
David McKinley1(R)2011
Shelley Moore Capito2(R)2001Running for WV Senate 2014
Nick Rahall3(D)1977
Wisconsin
Paul Ryan1(R)1999
Mark Pocan2(D)2013
Ron Kind3(D)1997
Gwen Moore4(D)2005
Jim Sensenbrenner5(R)1979
Tom Petri6(R)1979Retiring 2014
Sean Duffy7(R)2011
Reid Ribble8(R)2011
Wyoming
Cynthia LummisAL(R)2009
* Year first seated with an asterisk indicates a special election (otherwise seated in January)

                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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