United States House of Representatives elections, 2020

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Black Lives Matter protesters murdered 8 year old Secoriea Turner on July 5, 2020 in Atlanta.[1]

The 2020 United States House of Representatives elections, coinciding with the 2020 United States presidential election as well as the Senate races, were elections for all 435 U.S. congressional districts and 6 non-voting delegations held on November 3, 2020. During the Spring of 2020, Democrats held 232 seats, Republicans 197, Independent 1, and 5 vacancies.

60 days prior to the election, Democrat rioting in Democrat cities which Democrat candidates refused to condemn and openly endorsed, began affecting polls of House races, tilting against Democrat authoritarianism and violence.[2]

2020 Leftist insurrection

See also: 2020 Leftist insurrection and Democrat urban issues

Black Lives Matter, a Marxist organization, together with the violent Antifa terror group and other like-minded organizations, attempted a violent overthrow of the existing culture and political structure. Many Democrat candidates, and no Republicans, advocate for defunding the police and emptying the prisons at a time that murder has increased more than 20% in the twenty largest, Democrat-controlled cities. The Black Lives Matter organization also advocates destruction of the "Eurocentric" nuclear family. Black Lives Mater protesters who are mostly white Socialists, murdered at least 4 Blacks, 2 of them children, and shot at least 3 others in the violence.

House Democrats unanimously blocked a GOP-led bill in late June 2020 to condemn rioting and looting.[3]

Impeachment hoax backfiring

See also: Deep state coup 1.0, Trump impeachment

After the impeachment coup against President Trump, it was reported in March 10, 2020 by Gallup that congressional Republican approval ratings had exceeded that of their Democrat colleagues.[4] Largely owed to failed partisan Democrat efforts in their mobocratic attempt to remove Trump, this has been noted numerous times as a significant turning point for the 2020 elections.[5]

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Alabama

AL-1st district (open)

Bradley Byrne, the conservative Republican from Alabama's 1st district, retired from the House to unsuccessfully run for U.S. Senate. His seat was considered a safe hold.[6]

AL-1 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority in the Republican primary, with Jerry Carl having a plurality at 38.7% of the vote.[7]

AL-1 Democrat primary

No Democrat candidate won a majority in the primary, with Kiani Gardner having a plurality at 44.1% of the vote.[7]

AL-1 General election

Jerry Carl won the general election with 65% of the votes cast.[8]

Rep. Martha Roby retired.

AL-2nd district (open)

Rep. Martha Roby retired.[9] Her seat, representing a strongly Republican district, was considered safe red.[6]

AL-2 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority of the vote in the Republican primary, thus triggering a runoff.[7] For the latter election held on July 14, candidate Barry Moore won with 60% of the vote.

AL-2 Democrat primary

Democrat Phyllis Harvey-Hall won the primary with over half of the votes casted.[7]

AL-2 General election

Moore won the general election by over thirty points.[8]

AL-7th district

Democrat Terri Sewell ran for re-election. Sewell voted in favor of the impeachment coup. Her seat was expected to be a safe hold, given the 6th congressional district to be very liberal.[6]

AL-7 General election

Sewell handily won re-election with no opponents in the general election.[8]

Rep. Young ran for re-election.

Alaska (At-large)

Don Young, the establishment RINO career politician who has represented Alaska's at-large district since 1973, ran for re-election to a 25th consecutive House term.[10] His seat was considered vulnerable, though leaned towards his favor.[6]

AK Republican primary

Rep. Young was renominated in the Republican primary with just over three-quarters of the votes cast.[11]

AK Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Independent candidate Alyse Galvin with 81% of the vote.[11] It's important to note that the primary elections for the Democratic Party, Libertarian Party, along with independent candidates were merged into one.[Citation Needed]

AK General election

Young won re-election with 57% of the vote.[12]

Arizona

Rep. O'Halleran ran for re-election.

AZ-1st district

Democrat Tom O'Halleran, an establishmentarian, sought reelection. O'Halleran voted for the impeachment sham resolution. He was backed by the DCCC,[13] which repeated the false narrative of him being "moderate". While his district has been carried by Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by 1% of the vote,[14] Politico, the Cook Political Report, and RCP marked the seat as "Lean Democrat".[6] O'Halleran faced a moderately strong challenge from Tiffany Shedd,[15] a bilingual kindergarten teacher, farmer, and small business owner.[16][17] She has received the endorsement of the Susan B. Anthony List.[18]

In early September 2020, Shedd joined Sen. Martha McSally and Arizona state Republican party chair Kelli Ward in Flagstaff, Arizona at the local Republican field office to welcome a Women for Trump bus tour.[19]

A debate for the House election was held in early October 2020.[20]

AZ-1 Democrat primary

O'Halleran was renominated with nearly 60% of the vote.[21]

AZ-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Shedd, who garnered 54.4% of the votes casted.[21]

AZ-1 General election

Despite strong Republican efforts, O'Halleran won re-election to a third House term by a close margin.[22][23]

AZ-2nd district

Rep. Kirkpatrick sought re-election to another House term.

Establishment Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick ran for re-election. Kirkpatrick voted for the impeachment sham. The increasingly unreliable Cook Political Report considered her seat to be "Safe D", though RCP predicted that it was only leaned in favor of a Democrat win.[6]

AZ-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Kirkpatrick won the primary over a challenger with just over three-quarters of the vote.[21]

AZ-2 Republican primary

In a strongly contested Republican primary election, candidate Brandon Martin won with a plurality of 43.3% of the vote.[21] A strong conservative and U.S. Army veteran,[24] Martin received the endorsement of President Trump for his bid, for which he said he was "proud and honored" to have.[25]

AZ-2 General election

Kirkpatrick won re-election over Martin by around ten percentage points.[23][26]

Conservative representative Paul Gosar ran for re-election.

AZ-4th district

Anti-establishment Republican Paul Gosar ran for re-election. He voted against the sham impeachment, and was expected to easily win re-election.[6]

Gosar has called for defunding NPR.[27]

AZ-4 Republican primary

Rep. Gosar faced a relatively strong primary challenge from Anne Marie Ward, and won with 63% of the vote.[21] While strongly conservative, he has been criticized for previously denouncing the police following the death of George Floyd.[28]

AZ-4 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Delina DiSanto with 74% of the vote.[21]

AZ-4 General election

Gosar handily won re-election to another House term.[23][29]

Rep. Schweikert faced a tough re-election fight after admitting to campaign finance violations.

AZ-6th district

Republican David Schweikert ran for re-election. Schweitkert voted against the sham impeachment resolution. After being reprimanded and fined $50,000 over campaign finance violations,[30] he faced an uphill re-election bid for another House term, with some having considered his seat a tossup.[6]

AZ-6 Republican primary

Schweikert faced no primary opponents, winning uncontested.[21]

AZ-6 Democrat primary

Among the Democrat candidates who ran to challenge Rep. Schweikert included Anita Malik, who previously ran against the representative in the 2018 Midterms. Despite being a strong candidate, she finished second place to Hiral Tipirneni, who got 53% of the vote.[21]

AZ-6 General election

Despite his ethics violations, Schweikert narrowly won re-election.[23][31]

AZ-9th district

Democrat representative Greg Stanton ran for re-election. Stanton voted in favor of the impeachment coup, a decision he defended at a debate prior to the general election.[32] His seat was considered a safe Democrat hold.[6]

Stanton was backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

AZ-9 Democrat primary

Rep. Stanton was unopposed in the Democrat primary.[21]

AZ-9 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Dave Giles, who garnered 54% of the votes casted.[21]

AZ-9 General election

Stanton won re-election to a second House term.[23][34]

Arkansas

Rep. Hill won re-election.

AR-2nd district

Rep. French Hill ran for re-election. Hill voted against the sham articles of impeachment. Representing a district Trump won by a considerably smaller margin compared to Arkansas' three other districts,[14] his seat was expected to be vulnerable.[6]

AR-2 Republican primary

Hill won the Republican primary uncontested.[35]

AR-2 Democrat primary

Joyce Elliott ran unopposed in the Democrat primary.[35]

AR-2 General election

Despite predictions of a "tossup", Hill won re-election by an eleven-point margin.[36]

California

Under California law regarding congressional elections, all candidates irrespective of political party affiliation in each House race competed in one primary election prior to the general elections, with the top two competing in the latter.

CA-1st district

Republican Doug LaMalfa ran for re-election. LaMalfa voted against the sham articles of impeachment, and was expected to retain his seat.[6]

CA-1 primary

LaMalfa was renominated with 55.1% of the vote.[37] Finishing second place was Democrat Audrey Denney.

CA-1 General election

LaMalfa won re-election with 57% of the votes cast.[38]

Rep. Huffman ran for and won re-election.

CA-2nd district

Democrat Jared Huffman ran for re-election. Huffman is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Extremely far-left, he joined other progressive members of Congress in sending a letter to Alex Azar requesting for allowing aborted fetal tissue to be used in scientific research for a coronavirus vaccine.[39] Representing a highly liberal district that Donald Trump had lost to Hillary Clinton by over 40 points in the 2016 presidential race,[14] Huffman's seat was expected to be a safe hold.[6]

CA-2 primary

Rep. Huffman was re-nominated with 68% of the vote, with second place being Republican Dale Mensing.[37]

CA-2 General election

Huffman easily won re-election.[38]

CA-3 district

Incumbent white privileged Democrat John Garamendi sought re-election. Garmendi is running against Republican Tamika Hamilton, an African American woman. Hamilton served in the United States Air Force beginning in 2002 and is a strong Trump supporter.[40]

CA-3 General election

Garamendi won re-election by eleven percentage points.[38]

CA-4th district

Republican representative Tom McClintock ran for re-election. McClintock voted against the sham articles of impeachment. His seat was considered "Likely Republican" by both fake and somewhat more accurate election ratings.[6]

CA-4 primary

Rep. McClintock was renominated with just over 51% of the vote.[37] Finishing second place was Democrat Brynne Kennedy.

CA-4 General election

McClintock won re-election with 56% of the vote.[38]

CA-8th district (open)

Establishment Republican representative Paul Cook retired. The seat has been marked by several election ratings as a safe hold.[6]

CA-8 primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the primary, with Republican businessman and video game developer Jay Obernolte obtaining a plurality of 35.1% of the vote and Democrat Christine Bubser finishing in second place with 28.7%.[37]

CA-8 General election

Obernolte won the general election with 56% of the vote over Bubser.[38]

Rep. Harder ran for re-election to a second term.

CA-10th district

Incumbent Democrat Josh Harder sought reelection. Harder voted for the impeachment sham resolution. In a 2017 fundraiser, a Hispanic activist who attended alleged "blatant racism" by the "rich, white, ostensibly concerned Democrats" present there.[41] Harder has flip-flopped on abortion, stating at one point that he would be in favor of murdering unborn children up until the point of birth,[42] then later backtracked, insisting that he "misunderstood" the specific context.[43] His victory in the 2018 Midterms was potentially due to election fraud.[44] While the district only leaned in favor of Democrats and voted for Hillary Clinton by a 3% margin in the 2016 presidential election,[14] multiple election ratings, some of them increasingly unreliable, marked the seat as being a likely to safe hold.[6]

Harder was backed by the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

CA-10 primary

While no candidate obtained a majority of the votes in the primary, Harder was renominated with 43.3% of the vote; Republican Ted Howze finished second place.[37]

CA-10 General election

Representing an increasingly Democrat-favoring district in liberal California, Harder won re-election over Howze by over ten points.[38]

CA-12th district

Nancy Pelosi's district suffers from needles and human feces rotting on the ground.

The mob rule-backing, often insane career politician Nancy Pelosi ran for re-election. Pelosi led her party line majority in the 116th U.S. House of Representatives to bring about the impeachment coup against President Trump.

Targeted by the more "progressive" AOC with her own party line identity politics, Pelosi was called a "racist" for rebuking several radical freshman representatives' far-left politics.[45]

A liberal hypocrite, Pelosi urged Donald Trump to take actions to combat the coronavirus after leading a Deep state coup to attempt removing him.[46]

Pelosi's district was reported in 2018 to be littered with needles and human waste.[47]

Despite such, the House Speaker was expected to win re-election, representing one of America's most liberal congressional districts.[6]

CA-12 primary

Rep. Pelosi was easily renominated with over 70% of the votes casted.[37]

CA-12 General election

Pelosi handily won re-election.[38]

CA-13th district

Democrat Barbara Lee ran for re-election. Lee is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup. She was expected to handily win re-election.[6]

CA-13 primary

Rep. Lee was renominated.

CA-13 General election

Lee easily won re-election in a landslide.[38]

CA-14th district

Democrat Jackie Speier ran for re-election. Speier voted for the impeachment sham resolution, is a sponsor of the totalitarian Green New Deal, and employed the Awan brothers in the Democrat IT scandal. Her seat was expected to be a safe hold.[6]

CA-14 primary

Speier was re-nominated with over 70% of the vote; finishing second place was Republican Ran Petel.[37]

CA-14 General election

Speier won re-election with 80% of the vote.[38]

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Rep. Swalwell ran for re-election.

CA-15th district

Having survived primary challenges after his failed presidential bid and the humiliating Fartgate scandal,[48] incumbent Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell ran for re-election. Swalwell is a far-left Democrat who voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Swalwell has been accused of witness tampering in the Trump-Russia probe.[49] Despite such, he is expected to win re-election.[6]

CA-15 primary

Swalwell was renominated with nearly 60% of the vote; finishing second place was Republican Alison Hayden.[37]

CA-15 General election

Despite being a laughingstock, Swalwell easily won another House term, winning with 71% of the vote.[38]

CA-16th district

Democrat Jim Costa ran for re-election. Costa voted for the impeachment sham resolution against President Trump. His seat was expected to be a safe blue hold.[6]

CA-16 primary

Rep. Costa was renominated with 37.5% of the vote, with Republican Kevin Cookingham finishing second at 35.6%.[37]

CA-16 General election

Costa won re-election by around a twenty-point margin.[38]

CA-17th district

Democrat Ro Khanna ran for re-election. Khanna is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution against Donald Trump. He was expected to win re-election, representing a very left-wing district.[6]

CA-17 primary

Khanna was renominated with almost 70% of the vote.[37]

CA-17 General election

Rep. Khanna won re-election with 71% of the votes cast.[38]

CA-18th district

Democrat Anna Eshoo ran for re-election. Rep. Eshoo voted in favor of the impeachment coup. She was expected to easily win re-election.[6]

CA-18 primary

Eshoo was renominated with 61.7% of the vote.[37]

CA-18 General election

Rep. Eshoo was handily re-elected.[38]

CA-20th district

Democrat Jimmy Panetta ran for re-election. Panetta is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Representing a highly liberal congressional district, he was expected to handily win re-election to another House term.[6]

CA-20 primary

Panetta was renominated with over 60% of the vote; finishing in second place was Republican Jeff Gorman.[37]

CA-20 General election

Panetta easily won the general election with 77% of the votes cast.[38]

Rep. Cox ran for re-election.

CA-21st district

Incumbent Democrat TJ Cox sought reelection to a second term. Cox voted for the impeachment sham resolution. He faced an ethics complaint after heading to the Yosemite National Park for a personal trip despite claiming it was for official government business.[50] Cox faced a strong challenge from Moderate Republican David Valadao,[51] who previously represented the district from 2013 to 2019 before losing to Cox in the 2018 Midterms by less than one percentage point.[52] Cox has hypocritically claimed that Valadao is a "yes man" for Donald Trump[53] despite that he has voted along with Nancy Pelosi 100% of the time in the 116th U.S. Congress.[54] It's also important to note that Valadao has opposed Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election[55] though currently is more supportive of the president.[Citation Needed]

Cox has avoided tax payments and falsely claimed under penalty of perjury one million dollars in a second Maryland home as his primary residence.[56] In a conflict of interest, he previously voted in March 2020 to block a bill that would require members of Congress to disclose their tax liens.[57]

While the district voted for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race by just over fifteen points,[14] the seat was marked by several election ratings as a "tossup", with Valadao having been considered a strong potential to regain his old seat.[6]

Cox received the endorsement of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

CA-21 primary

While Rep. Cox was re-nominated, he finished second in the primary, trailing Valadao by over 10 percentage points.[37]

CA-21 General election

Having consistently held a narrow lead since Election Night,[58] Valadao currently leads Cox by a narrow margin,[38][59] and was declared the winner of the race on November 27, 2020.[60]

Rep. Nunes won re-election.

CA-22nd district

Republican Devin Nunes ran for re-election. Nunes strongly opposed and voted against the impeachment sham resolution. Despite having faced strong efforts from Democrats to flip the seat, he was largely expected to likely retain his position,[6] representing a mostly Republican district.

CA-22 primary

Nunes was renominated with over 50% of the vote; finishing second was Democrat Phil Arballo.[37]

CA-22 General election

Nunes won re-election for a tenth House term.[38][61]

CA-23rd district

Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy ran for re-election. McCarthy was a leader against the impeachment coup. His seat was expected to be a safe hold.[6]

CA-23 primary

Both McCarthy and a Democrat challenger were running unopposed in the primary.[37]

CA-23 General election

Rep. McCarthy handily retained his seat for another House term.[38][62]

Rep. Katie Hill resigned following a sex scandal.

CA-25th district (open)

A special election runoff preceding the general election to fill the vacancy left by resignation of Democrat lesbian white supremacist Katie Hill was held on May 12, 2020. Democratic Socialist Cenk Uygur and Republican George Papadopoulos were among more than a dozen candidates eliminated in primary special election.

CA-25 primary

Democrat Christy Smith won the primary with 31.7% of the vote; finishing second was Republican Mike Garcia with 23.9% of the vote.[37]

CA-25 Special election

Smith beat Garcia in the special election, but since no candidate won a majority of the votes, a runoff followed on May 12, 2020,[37] where Garcia won by a margin of 12% of the vote.[63] Election ratings, most becoming increasingly unreliable, have considered the seat to be a "Tossup".[6]

CA-25 General election

With around 99% of the expected vote reporting, Garcia currently leads Smith by 0.06% in the general election, holding an extremely narrow 219-vote lead.[38][64]

Rep. Chu ran for re-election.

CA-27th district

Democrat Judy Chu ran for re-election. Chu is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against President Trump. Representing a very liberal district, she was expected to win easily.[6]

A poster child for DACA, Chu was arrested in December 2017 along with other activists in Washington D.C. for "crowding, obstructing, or incommoding".[65]

In justifying the communist Medicare for All, Chu stated that she believes "healthcare is a human right".[66] She is apparently ignorant of the fact that nothing that requires the work of others is a human right.

Rep. Chu was part of many progressive representatives who co-sponsored the totalitarian Green New Deal.[67]

Chu, along with other House Democrats, have accused the FBI of racial bias amidst ongoing investigations into potential spies for the Chinese government.[68]

A liberal snowflake, Rep. Chu whined over Kevin McCarthy's correct usage of the term "Chinese coronavirus", calling it "xenophobic".[69]

CA-27 primary

Rep. Chu was easily renominated with 70.4% of the vote.[37]

CA-27 General election

Chu easily won re-election.[38]

Adam Schiff ran for re-election.

CA-28th district

Adam Schiff (nicknamed "Little Adam Sch**t" by Donald Trump[70]), the leader in the impeachment coup to attempt removing President Trump and protect the Deep State, ran for re-election.[71] His seat was marked as a safe hold.[6]

A backer of mob rule, Schiff said that "the president's misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box."[72]

Known for his stupid and absurd statements, Schiff said that Donald Trump could "offer Alaska to the Russians" and "move to Mar-a-Lago permanently and let Jared Kushner run the country" if not removed.[73] Schiff has faced increasing criticism in the wake of Obamagate revelations.

Among the Republicans challenging Schiff included Eric Early, who said that he wanted to send "the viper [Schiff] into retirement".[74]

Schiff faced a primary challenged by drag queen Maebe A. Girl.[75]

CA-28 primary

Schiff was renominated with nearly 60% of the votes casted.[37]

CA-28 General election

Despite his corruption, Schiff won re-election with 73% of the vote in the general election.[38]

Congressman Ted Lieu ran for re-election.

CA-33rd district

Democrat Ted Lieu ran for re-election. Lieu is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment of President Trump. Lieu defended Hunter Biden receiving $50,000 a month kickbacks in the Biden-Burisma scandal, half of which were paid to Hunter's father, Joe Biden.[76]

A liberal hypocrite, Lieu proclaims to support free speech but said that he would "love to be able to regulate the content of speech".[77]

A diehard believer of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, Lieu claimed that Donald Trump "obstructed justice".[78]

On February 28, 2020, Lieu provoked a meaningless tension in a hearing where he asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on whether the coronavirus is a hoax or not.[79]

Lieu claimed that the usage of the term "Wuhan Virus" is an example of myopia.[80] His "woke virtue signaling" was quickly called out by Republican Dan Crenshaw.[81]

CA-33 primary

Rep. Lieu was renominated with 60% of the votes casted; finishing second is Republican James Bradley.[37]

CA-33 General election

Lieu won re-election with 68% of the vote.[38]

Bill Clinton with Democratic Congressional staffer Imran Awan. Karen Bass had the Awan brothers on her payroll in the Democrat IT scandal.

CA-37th district

Democrat Karen Bass ran for re-election. Rep. Bass is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Representing an extremely liberal district, she was expected to retain her seat.[6]

CA-37 primary

Bass was renominated with 88% of the vote.[37]

CA-37 General election

Despite being extremely far-left, Rep. Bass handily won re-election with 86% of the vote.[38]

Rep. Sanchez won re-election.

CA-38th district

Democrat Linda Sanchez ran for re-election. Sanchez is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Her seat was expected to be retained.[6]

CA-38 primary

Neither Sanchez nor a Democrat challenger were faced with additional opponents.[37]

CA-38 General election

Sanchez won re-election with three-quarters of the votes cast.[38]

Rep. Cisneros ran for re-election.

CA-39th district

Democrat Gil Cisneros, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] sought relection. Cisneros bought his seat with lottery winnings and was accused of sexual harassment by another candidate for lower office, "inviting" himself to her hotel room and demanding sex in exchange for a donation to her campaign fund.[83] Cisneros is a member of the far-left Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. While increasingly unreliable election ratings ranked him as being favored to retain his seat,[6] an upset was considered possible.

CA-39 primary

While Cisneros was re-nominated, he trailed Republican challenger Young Kim by 2%.[37]

CA-39 General election

Despite the seat being largely expected to be a Democrat hold, Gil Cisneros trailed Young Kim by 1.2% of the vote with 99% reporting,[38][84] and the race was called for Kim on November 13, 2020;[85] this was despite the Cook Political Report rating the election as "Likely D".

CA-41st district

Democrat Mark Takano ran for re-election. Takano is a vice-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the sham impeachment resolution. His seat was marked by several election ratings as a safe blue hold.[6]

CA-41 primary

Rep. Takano was renominated with just over 50% of the vote; finishing second was Republican Aja Smith.[37]

CA-41 General election

Takano handily won re-election.[38]

Maxine Waters ran for re-election.

CA-43rd district

The insane, often idiotic Democrat Maxine Waters ran for re-election. Waters is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution.

Regarded by some as loud-mouthed and outrageous, Waters has asserted her "right" to be angry and also said that the Tea Party "can go straight to hell".[86] The representative has been calling since 2017 to "IMPEACH 45!!"[87] Conservative commentator Candace Owens accurately noted that the congresswoman has a "low IQ".[88]

Rep. Waters was duped by a phone prank in early January 2020.[89] The joke was orchestrated by two Russian pranksters pretending to be Greta Thunberg and her father, advocating for the ecology of "Chunga Chonga island", even somehow managing to convince Waters that they had "proof" of President Trump committing "quid pro quo".

Waters absurdly and ironically proclaimed in March 2020 that she thinks that President Trump "cannot be relied upon" and should "shut his mouth".[90]

Rep. Waters faced a strong challenge from Republican Navy veteran Joe Collins despite election ratings marking the seat as a safe Democrat hold.[6] Collins issued a powerful campaign ad highlighting the failures of the fifteen term Congresswoman.[91]

According to Waters, black supporters of Donald Trump who leave the Democrat plantation are "shameful".[92]

CA-43 primary

Waters was renominated with over 70% of the vote.[37]

CA-43 General election

Waters won re-election with 72% of the vote over Collins.[38]

CA-44th district

Democrat Nanette Barragan ran for re-election. Barragan is a member of the CPC and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. She was expected to win re-election.[6]

CA-44 primary

Barragan was renominated with 63.2% of the votes casted.[37]

CA-44 General election

Barragan won re-election with almost 70% of the vote.[38]

CA-45th district

Incumbent progressive Democrat Katie Porter ran for re-election. Porter is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Her seat was marked by several election ratings as being safe,[6] despite the district represented previously by Republican Mimi Walters, who lost re-election in the 2018 Midterms.

CA-45 primary

Porter was renominated with just over half of the votes casted; finishing second is Republican Greg Raths.[37]

CA-45 General election

Porter won re-election with 53.5% of the vote.[38]

Rep. Rouda ran for re-election.

CA-48th district

Incumbent Democrat Harley Rouda sought reelection. Rouda took $4.5 million in campaign contributions from Michael Bloomberg[93] and voted for the House impeachment sham against President Trump. A liberal hypocrite, he advocated for health care and retirement benefits yet slashed them as a real estate executive.[94][95] Rouda's companies also faced tax liens that amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars.[96] His seat was marked by most election ratings as "Lean Democrat", though a flip towards the Republicans was considered possible.[6]

Rouda apparently believes the ridiculous notion that President Trump is comparable to Adolf Hitler;[97] note that if such were the case, CNN would no longer exist.

Rep. Rouda was backed by the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

CA-48 primary

Rouda was renominated with less than 50% of the vote; finishing second was Republican Michelle Steel.[37]

CA-48 General election

Despite mostly expected to be favored in the general election, Rouda lost to Steel by a narrow margin.[38][98] Following her victory, Steel said: "I stand for the American dream."[99]

CA-49th district

Incumbent Progressive Democrat Mike Levin ran for re-election. Levin is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution. He is also a supporter of the totalitarian Green New Deal and sits on the alleged Climate Crisis Committee. His seat was marked as a safe blue hold.[6]

CA-49 primary

Neither Levin nor a Republican challenger were faced with additional opponents.[37]

CA-49 General election

Levin won re-election with 53% of the vote.[38]

Darrell Issa won the open seat.

CA-50th district (open)

The seat is currently vacant. Election ratings have, on average, marked the seat as being "Likely Republican".[6]

CA-50 primary

Democrat Ammar Campa-Najjar finished first in the primary with 36.5% of the vote; finishing second was Republican Darrell Issa,[37] who previously served in the House from the 49th district before retiring in the 2018 Midterms. Issa is strongly pro-Trump and was noted by the Washington Post to be "one of Democrats’ chief antagonists".[100]

CA-50 General election

Issa won the election with 54% of the vote.[38]

Colorado

Rep. Neguse ran for and won re-election.

CO-2nd district

Joe Neguse, the Democrat from Colorado's 2nd district, ran for re-election. Neguse is a vice chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment coup. He was expected to easily win re-election, representing a liberal district.[6]

CO-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Neguse ran unopposed his party's primary election.[101]

CO-2 Republican primary

Charles Winn won the Republican primary, facing no other challengers.[101]

CO-2 General election

Neguse handily won re-election with over 60% of the votes cast.[102]

Lauren Boebert defeated Tipton in the Republican primary and won the general election.

CO-3rd district

Republican representative Scott Tipton ran for re-election. Rep. Tipton voted against the impeachment coup. The seat was marked by several election ratings as "Likely Republican".[6]

CO-3 Republican primary

Tipton was defeated in the primary by Lauren Boebert, an anti-establishment strong conservative.[101] When was asked who she considered her actual opponent: Tipton or New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Boebert responded: "I’m absolutely running against her."[103]

CO-3 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Diane Mitsch Bush, who garnered just over 60% of the vote.[101] She portrayed herself as being more "moderate" despite having previously ran for office as a far-leftist.[104]

CO-3 General election

Despite polling that had Bush narrowly leading, Boebert won by a six-point margin.[102][105]

Rep. Buck ran for re-election.

CO-4th district

Incumbent anti-establishment Republican Ken Buck ran for re-election. Buck voted against the sham impeachment articles. His seat was considered to be a safe red hold.[6] Buck faced Colorado Democratic Party's Congressional District 4 candidate Ike McCorkle.

CO-4 Republican primary

Rep. Buck won his party's primary election unopposed.[101]

CO-4 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Ike McCorkle, who faced no other opponents.[101] Kris Jacks, chair of Our Revolution Weld County, who threatens assassination and murder of political opponents, is a member of the Colorado Democratic Party's Congressional District 4 Committee, the Colorado Democratic Party Executive Committee Central Committee, and dozens of other committees.[106][107]

CO-4 General election

Buck won re-election with 60% of the vote.[102]

CO-6th district

Incumbent establishment Democrat Jason Crow, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] ran for re-election. Crow voted for the House impeachment sham of President Trump, having been a selected manager for the coup. He was elected in the 2018 Midterms, defeating conservative Republican then-incumbent Mike Coffman by a large margin[108] after the latter had continuously voiced opposition to Trump and was betrayed by the Congressional Leadership Fund.[109] Rep. Crow's final words in arguing for removing President Trump from office included citing a quote from a Harry Potter book.[110] His seat was marked by election ratings as being mostly a safe blue hold.[6]

CO-6 Democrat primary

Crow won the Democrat primary unopposed.[101]

CO-6 Republican primary

The only Republican running to challenge Rep. Crow was Steve House.[101]

CO-6 General election

Despite the district having previously been more Republican, Crow won re-election by a seventeen-point margin.[102]

Connecticut

CT-2nd district

Joe Courtney, the Democrat Party representative from Connecticut's 2nd district, ran for re-election. Courtney voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. He was expected to handily retain his seat.[6]

CT-2 Democrat primary

Courtney ran unopposed in his party's primary.[111]

CT-2 Republican primary

An extremely contested primary election followed between Republican candidates Thomas Gilmer and Justin Anderson; the latter ended up in the lead by a mere 15 vote margin.[112]

CT-2 General election

Courtney won re-election with just under 60% of the vote.[113]

Rep. DeLauro ran for re-election to another House term.

CT-3rd district

Incumbent Democrat representative Rosa DeLauro ran for re-election. DeLauro is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment sham. Her seat was expected to be a safe blue hold.[6]

CT-3 Democrat primary

Rep. DeLauro ran unopposed.[111]

CT-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Margaret Streicker, who ran uncontested.[111]

CT-3 General election

DeLauro handily won re-election.[113]

CT-5th district

Rep. Hayes ran for and won re-election to a second term.

Left-wing Democrat Jahana Hayes seeks reelection. Hayes is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. Despite running in the 2018 Midterms on an opposition to Nancy Pelosi as House Speaker,[114] she changed her mind after being elected.[115] While some have considered the seat to be somewhat vulnerable compared to the rest of the U.S. House seats in Connecticut, Hayes is expected to win re-election.[6]

CT-5 Democrat primary

Rep. Hayes won her party's primary election uncontested.[111]

CT-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by David Sullivan, who ran unopposed.[111]

CT-5 General election

Hayes won re-election by over ten points.[113]

Delaware (At-large)

Lisa Blunt Rochester, the liberal Democrat representative from Delaware's at-large district, ran for re-election;[116] the primaries were be held on September 15, 2020.[117] The seat was expected to be a safe blue hold.[6] Rochester is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment.

DE Democrat primary

Rochester was renominated with no primary challengers.

DE Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by candidate Lee Murphy with just under three-quarters of the votes cast.[118]

DE General election

Rochester won re-election to a third House term.[119]

Florida

Rep. Gaetz ran for and won re-election.

FL-1st district

Anti-establishment Republican representative Matt Gaetz of Florida's 1st district ran for re-election. Gaetz voted against the impeachment sham. The seat was expected to be a safe red hold.[6]

FL-1 Republican primary

Gaetz was easily re-nominated with 81% of the vote.[120]

FL-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Phil Ehr, who ran uncontested.[120]

FL-1 General election

Gaetz won re-election by a thirty-point margin.[121]

FL-3rd district (open)

Incumbent Ted Yoho, the Republican representative from Florida's 3rd district, retired. Several election ratings projected the seat to be a safe red hold.[6]

FL-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Kat Cammack with a plurality of 25% of the votes cast in a heavily contested election.[120]

FL-3 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary election was won by Adam Christensen with a plurality of 34% of the vote.[120] Christensen has publicly posted Cammack's home address information after she voiced concerns of Antifa violence, and doubled down after Twitter deleted it.[122]

FL-3 General election

Cammack handily won the general election by over ten points to succeed Yoho.[121]

FL-9th district

Democrat representative Darren Soto ran for re-election. Soto is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment articles. His seat was marked as mostly being a safe hold.[6]

FL-9 Democrat primary

Soto was renominated in the Democrat primary uncontested.[120]

FL-9 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by William Olson with a plurality of just under 50% of the votes cast.[120]

FL-9 General election

Soto won re-election by a twelve-point margin.[121]

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FL-10th district

Establishment Democrat Val Demings seeks re-election. Demings has previously been mentioned as prospective vice presidential pick for the mentally impaired Democrat them-putative nominee Joe Biden. She is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and served as a House manager for the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. During an impeachment hearing, Rep. Demings mentioned her ancestry from slaves despite it having no relevance to the charges brought against Trump.[123] Her seat is considered a safe hold.[6]

FL-10 Democrat primary

Demings was renominated with no primary challengers.[120]

FL-10 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Vennia Francois with 65% of the vote.[120]

FL-10 General election

Demings won re-election with 64% of the vote over Francois.[121]

FL-12th district

Gus M. Bilirakis, the Republican representative from Florida's 12th district, sought re-election. Bilirakis voted against the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. He was expected to retain his seat.[6]

FL-12 Republican primary

Biliarkis was renominated with no primary challengers.[120]

FL-12 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kimberly Walker, who ran unopposed.[120]

FL-12 General election

Rep. Bilirakis won re-election by over twenty points.[121]

Rep. Crist ran for re-election to a third term in the House.

FL-13th district

Democrat Charlie Crist, the former governor of Florida currently serving as the U.S. representative from the state's 13th congressional district, ran for re-election. Crist voted in favor of the impeachment sham resolutions. Having faced a strong challenge in the general election, RCP considered the seat to only "lean" in favor of the Democrats while the increasingly liberal Cook Political Report claimed that it was a "safe" hold.[6]

FL-13 Democrat primary

Rep. Crist was renominated with no primary challengers.[120]

FL-13 Republican primary

In a heavily contested Republican primary election, Anna Paulina Luna finished first place with a plurality of 31% of the votes casted.[120]

FL-13 General election

Despite having been expected to easily win re-election, Crist only managed to defeat Luna by six points.[121]

Scott Franklin won the Republican primary and the general election.

FL-15th district

Establishment-backed[124] Republican Ross Spano ran for re-election to another House term. The seat was ranked by most election ratings as "lean" Republican.[6]

FL-15 Republican primary

In an upset, Spano was defeated in the Republican primary in a close race[120] by challenger Scott Franklin, a naval aviator and businessman.[125] This was after the former had been investigated for campaign finance violations,[126] the reason Franklin attributed to his bid; he had previously supported Spano during the 2018 Midterms.

FL-15 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Alan Cohn with 41% of the vote.[120]

FL-15 General election

Despite some who expected a closer race, Franklin won by nearly a ten-point margin.[121]

Rep. Buchanan won re-election to another House term, defeating Democrat challenger Margaret Good.

FL-16th district

Vern Buchanan, the Republican representative from Florida's 16th district, ran for re-election. Buchanan voted against the impeachment coup. His seat was marked as "Likely Republican" by election ratings sites.[6]

Buchanan faced a challenge from Democrat state representative Margaret Good, who once voted against banning child sex dolls and insisted that such was a "mistake";[127] unsurprisingly, she is a champion for the far-left ACLU and was backed by the Democrat establishment.

FL-16 Republican primary

Rep. Buchanan was renominated with no primary challengers.[120]

FL-16 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Good, who ran uncontested.[120]

FL-16 General election

Buchanan handily defeated Good in the general election by eleven points.[121]

FL-18th district

Brian Mast of Florida's 18th district ran for re-election. Mast voted against the sham impeachment articles. His House seat was considered to mostly be safe.[6]

FL-18 Republican primary

Rep. Mast won the Republican primary with 86% of the votes cast.[120]

FL-18 Democrat primary

Pam Keith won the Democrat primary with 80% of the vote to challenge Mast in the November general election.[120] Backed by the House campaign wing of the Democrat establishment, she has tweeted whether it's "open season" on Donald Trump and officials surrounding him.[128]

FL-18 General election

Mast won re-election with 56% of the vote.[121]

Although representing a heavily liberal district, Rep. Frankel faced a strong challenge from anti-establishment Republican Laura Loomer (picture above).

FL-21st district

Having faced a strong challenge from Republican Laura Loomer, Democrat Lois Frankel sought re-election. Frankel is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment sham resolutions. Increasingly liberal and phony election ratings sites have marked the seat as being a safe blue hold,[6] though some speculated that the race may potentially become closer than expected.

FL-21 Democrat primary

Rep. Frankel was easily renominated with over 80% of the vote.[120]

FL-21 Republican primary

In a major upset, the anti-establishment Loomer won the Republican primary with a plurality of just over 40% of the votes casted.[120]

FL-21 General election

Frankel defeated Loomer by twenty points in the general election.[121]

Rep. Wasserman Schultz ran for re-election.

FL-23rd district

Disgraced DNC hack Debbie Wasserman Schultz ran for re-election. Wasserman Schultz voted in favor of the impeachment sham. Despite her corruption, the seat was considered a safe hold.[6]

FL-23 Democrat primary

Rep. Wasserman Schultz easily won her primary over challenger Jennifer Perelman with 72% of the vote.[120] She was previously accused by Perelman for verbally attacking and shoving a 16 year-old volunteering for the latter,[129] something for which the representative received a police report filed against her.[130]

FL-23 Republican primary

The Republican primary election was won by Carla Spalding with just over half of the votes casted.[120]

FL-23 General election

Wasserman Schultz won re-election with 58% of the votes cast.[121]

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FL-26th district

Democrat Debbie Mucarsel-Powell sought re-election to a second House term. Mucarsel-Powell is a member of the extreme Congressional Progressive Caucus and is a supporter of the totalitarian Green New Deal. She voted for the impeachment sham resolution. A freshman representative in the 116th United States Congress, she was elected in the 2018 Midterms, defeating Republican then-incumbent Carlos Curbelo by a close margin[131] after the latter frequently voiced opposition to Donald Trump and pushed for liberal legislation.[132] Despite representing a liberal-leaning district that favored Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election by a sixteen-point margin,[14] the seat was considered to be a tossup.[6]

Mucarsel-Powell's husband was reported to have been paid $700,000 by a Ukrainian oligarch.[133] In early August 2020, the FBI raided two business entities owned by the oligarch.[134]

The congressional district consists of the entirety of Monroe County as well as part of Miami-Dade County.

FL-26 Democrat primary

Rep. Mucarsel-Powell was renominated with no primary challengers.[120]

FL-26 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Carlos Giménez with 60% of the votes cast.[120] Giménez is the currently mayor of Miami-Dade County and a retired firefighter who has endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential election but later embraced Donald Trump and received the president's endorsement.[135] A strong candidate, he was attacked by the DCCC.[136]

FL-26 General election

Despite the Cook Political Report rating the general election as "Lean Democrat", Giménez won in a major upset, unseating Mucarsel-Powell in winning by a three-percent margin.[121] The representative later had reportedly cried at a Democrat conference call because people were being "negative" on Twitter.[137]

FL-27th district

Freshman Democrat and former Clinton Foundation president Donna Shalala ran for re-election. Shalala voted in favor of the impeachment coup. She was elected in the 2018 Midterms to succeed retiring anti-Trump RINO Ileana Ros-Lehtinen; the district is liberal-leaning and was carried by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election by twenty points, though has became more competitive. While increasingly unreliable election ratings considered the seat to mostly be a safe blue hold,[6] an upset was considered possible.

FL-27 Democrat primary

Shalala won her party's primary uncontested.[120]

FL-27 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Maria Elvira Salazar with just under 80% of the vote.[120]

FL-27 General election

In a major upset, Salazar won the general election over the incumbent Shalala by a narrow margin[121][138] despite the seat being rated as "Likely Democrat".

Georgia

GA-2nd district

Sanford Bishop, a liberal Democrat, ran for re-election. Bishop voted for the impeachment coup against President Trump. His seat was considered by election ratings sites to be a safe hold.[6]

GA-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Bishop ran unopposed in his party's primary election.[139]

GA-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Don Cole, who garnered just over 50% of the vote.[139]

GA-2 General election

Bishop handily won re-election by around a twenty-point margin.[140]

Rep. John Lewis died at the age of eighty on July 17, 2020.

GA-5th district (open)

Incumbent pro-abortionist John Lewis initially faced national best-selling author, widely acclaimed television personality, and proponent of criminal justice reform Angela Stanton-King, the God-daughter of Alveda King.[141] However, he died on July 17, 2020 at the age of 80, having suffered from pancreatic cancer.[142]

The seat was rated as a safe Democrat hold.[6] Abortion, which has exterminated over 15 million Black lives,[143] was a major issue.[144]

GA-5 Democrat primary

Prior to his death, Lewis won his party's primary with 87% of the vote.[139] However, because he had died after being renominated, the Georgia Democratic Party had to nominate another candidate for the general election; candidate Nikema Williams was selected by a forty-five member executive committee to be the nominee.

GA-5 Republican primary

Stanton-King won the Republican primary unopposed.[139]

GA-5 General election

Williams easily won the election with 85% of the vote.[140]

Rep. McBath ran for and won re-election, representing a district becoming increasingly liberal.

GA-6th district

Establishment Democrat Lucy McBath ran for reelection. McBath voted for the impeachment sham of President Trump. In late March 2020, she set up a town hall using a phone number from Tennessee;[145] McBath has previously faced accusations of carpetbagging.

The congressional district was previously represented by Republican Tom Price, who resigned to serve in the Trump Administration. A special election was held, where Karen Handel won over Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff to fill the vacancy for the remainder of the 115th United States Congress.

While the election was initially considered a "tossup", some election "experts" including the Cook Political Report later rated it "Likely D".[6]

GA-6 Democrat primary

Rep. McBath ran unopposed in the Democrat primary.[139]

GA-6 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Handel, who previously represented the congressional district before being defeated by McBath in the 2018 Midterms; she garnered 75% of the vote to proceed to the general election in attempting to reclaim her old seat.[139]

GA-6 General election

Representing an affluent, increasingly liberal district, McBath won re-election over Handel in a rematch of the 2018 Midterms by nine points.[140]

GA-7th district (open)

Republican representative Rob Woodall retired. The congressional district, despite being once more Republican-favoring, has become increasingly liberal. Several election ratings rated it as leaning towards a flip for the Democrats,[6] though RCP only considered it a "tossup".

GA-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary election was won by Rich McCormick, who garnered 55% of the vote.[139]

GA-7 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Carolyn Bourdeaux, who won with 53% of the votes casted.[139] Bourdeaux previously had almost managed to unseat Woodall in the 2018 Midterms by an extremely close margin when the representative's seat was considered to be leaned in his favor then.

GA-7 General election

Bourdeaux won the election by a narrow margin, flipping the House seat towards the Democrats' side.[140]

Rep. Doug Collins retired to run for U.S. Senate.

GA-9th district (open)

Rep. Doug Collins, the conservative Republican from Georgia's 9th congressional district, announced that he would not seek re-election to another House term and instead would run in the 2020 special election to challenge establishment interim Kelly Loeffler for her Senate seat she was appointed to by Gov. Brian Kemp.[146] The House seat was considered safe Republican.[6]

GA-9 Republican primary

In a heavily contested primary between many Republican candidates seeking to succeed Rep. Collins, Matt Gurtler finished in first place with 21% of the vote, and Andrew Clyde with 18.6%.[139] Since no candidate garnered a majority of the votes, a runoff between the top two-performing Gurtler and Clyde followed; the latter ultimately won with 56% of the votes casted.

GA-9 Democrat primary

Similar to the concurrent Republican primary, no candidate initially garnered a majority of the votes in the Democrat primary election.[139] In the following runoff, Devin Pandy won with nearly 70% of the vote.[139]

GA-9 General election

Clyde easily won the general election in a landslide to succeed Rep. Collins.[140]

GA-14th district (open)

Republican Tom Graves retired. The seat was considered a safe hold.[6]

GA-14 Republican primary

No Republican initially garnered a majority of the vote in the primary, with Marjorie Taylor Greene finishing first place with 40% of the vote and John Cowan at 21%;[139] in the runoff that followed, Greene won with 57% of the votes cast.

GA-14 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kevin Van Ausdal, who ran uncontested.[139]

GA-14 General election

Greene easily won the general election with three-quarters of the vote.[140]

Hawaii

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard retired.

HA-2nd district (open)

Incumbent Tulsi Gabbard retired. The district, being strongly Democrat-favoring, was rated as a safe hold.[6]

HA-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kaiali'i Kahele, who garnered three-quarters of the votes casted to succeed Rep. Gabbard.[147]

HA-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Joe Akana, who got 44% of the vote.[147]

HA-2 General election

As was expected, Kahele won the general election easily.[148]

Idaho

ID-1st district

Republican representative Russ Fulcher ran for re-election. Fulcher voted against the impeachment coup. His seat was considered a safe hold.[6]

ID-1 Republican primary

Fulcher was renominated with 80% of the vote.[149]

ID-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Rudy Soto, who garnered 66% of the vote.[149]

ID-1 General election

Fulcher handily won re-election with two-thirds of the votes cast.[150]

ID-2nd district

Mike Simpson, the Republican representing Idaho's 2nd congressional district, ran for re-election. Rep. Simpson voted against the impeachment sham. Similar to Rep. Fulcher, his House seat was considered a safe retain for the Republican Party.[6]

ID-2 Republican primary

Simpson was renominated with 72% of the vote.[149]

ID-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Aaron Swisher, who ran uncontested.[149]

ID-2 General election

Rep. Simpson won re-election with 63% of the vote over Swisher.[150]

Illinois

Rep. Lipinski, a relatively moderate Democrat, lost renomination efforts.

IL-3rd district

Incumbent Rep. Dan Lipinski, who is known as a pro-life DINO, ran for re-election.[151] While Lipinski has voted for the radical Equality Act[152] and in favor of impeaching Donald Trump,[153] he has been overall been viewed as being a conservative-leaning moderate, not being left-wing enough for progressives like Marie Newman, who ran to unseat Lipinski.[154] However, these progressive efforts were met with setbacks, as the Democrat establishment faction Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee had laid down rules forbidding its workers from working with Democrat primary challengers.[155]

IL-3 Democrat primary

Despite pro-life efforts to bolster Rep. Lipinski's campaign, he lost to progressive challenger Marie Newman by a margin of less than 3% in the Democrat primary held on March 17, 2020.[156] Newman was backed by Justice Democrats and by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Prior to Newman's victory, the seat was rated as "Likely D", though it was changed to "Safe D" afterwards.[6]

IL-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was held on the same day as the Democrat primary, with Mike Fricilone winning with over 55% of the vote.[156]

IL-3 General election

Newman handily won the general election by over ten points.[157]

IL-6th district

Democrat Sean Casten ran for re-election. He voted for the impeachment hoax.

Casten defended China's wet markets saying, “I think we need to be careful about laying all the blame on a particular cultural practice in a country that we don’t live in,” Casten said during a virtual town hall. “These viruses could hop from animals to humans, but you don’t shut that down just by shutting down a particular cultural practice that we aren’t familiar with.” His defense of wet markets, however, contradicts a scientific consensus dating back to 2006 that such markets pose a significant public health risk.[158]

The seat was rated as a safe hold for the Democratic Party.[6]

IL-6 Republican primary

Republican Jeanne Ives won the primary by over 70% of the vote.[159]

IL-6 General election

Casten won re-election by a seven-point margin over Ives.[157]

Rep. Schakowsky ran for re-election.

IL-9th district

Democrat Jan Schakowsky ran for re-election. Schakowsky is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. Extremely pro-abortion with no regard for unborn children, she has called for allowing fetal tissue to be used in the research and development of a coronavirus vaccine.[160] Despite her radical agenda, the seat was expected to be a safe hold, given the district to be very liberal.[6]

IL-11 Democrat primary

Rep. Foster won the primary held on March 17, 2020, garnering over 50% of the vote.[159]

IL-11 Republican primary

Republican Rick Laib won the primary, winning just over 53% of the vote.[159]

IL-11 General election

Despite being a far-leftist, Schakowsky was re-elected easily.[157]

IL-13th district

Republican Rodney Davis ran for re-election. Davis voted against the impeachment sham.

Democrat primary

Betsy Dirksen Londrigan won the Democrat primary, garnering over 70% of the vote.[159]

IL-13 General election

Despite the seat being considered a "tossup",[6] Davis won re-election by nine points.[157]

IL-14th district

Democrat Lauren Underwood ran for re-election. Underwood voted for the impeachment sham.

IL-14 Republican primary

Jim Oberweis won the highly contested Republican primary held on March 17, 2020, garnering just over 25% of the vote, enough to defeat three other candidates.[159]

IL-14 General election

Despite the seat considered to be mostly in Underwood's favor, with the Cook Political Report and Politico rating it "Likely D",[6] she only managed to defeat Oberweis by 1.3% of the vote.[157]

Rep. Kinzinger ran for re-election.

IL-16th district

Republican Adam Kinzinger ran for re-election. Despite being an anti-Trump[161][162] Moderate Republican, Kizinger voted against the impeachment coup. He has taken several neocon/RINO[163] positions, including calling for gun control[164] and later opposing President Trump's plan to draw back several thousand troops from the Middle East.[165] His seat was mostly considered a safe hold.[6]

IL-16 Republican primary

Kinzinger won renomination uncontested.[166]

IL-16 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by candidate Dani Brzozowski, who ran unopposed.[166]

IL-16 General election

Kinzinger handily won re-election by thirty points.[157]

Rep. Bustos, the current chair of the DCCC, ran for re-election. While winning in a competitive race, other House Democrats lost re-election under her watch despite expectations that they would gain a net amount of seats.

IL-17th district

Democrat Cheri Bustos ran for re-election. Bustos voted for the impeachment sham. An establishmentarian, she was the chair of the DCCC for the 2020 elections. Under her leadership, House Democrats suffered tremendous defeats despite expecting to gain seats.[167] According to the left-wing representative, the defeats were the fault of Facebook and Google.[168] Following the general election results that emphasized gloom for House Democrats with their majority for the 117th Congress slashed, Bustos announced that she would step down from the campaign wing of the House Democrat establishment.[169] Tony Cardenas and Sean Patrick Maloney have announced their bids to succeed Bustos in the position.[170]

IL-17 Republican primary

Esther Joy King won the Republican primary held on March 17, 2020, garnering over 60% of the vote.[159]

IL-17 General election

Despite Bustos' seat considered to mostly be safe,[6] she only managed to defeat King by four percentage points.[157]

IL-18th district

Republican Darin LaHood ran for re-election. LaHood voted against the impeachment sham.

IL-18 General election

As was expected,[6] LaHood easily won re-election with 70.5% of the vote.[157]

Indiana

IN-3rd district

Republican Jim Banks ran for re-election. Banks voted against the sham impeachment resolutions. A strong conservative, he has defended President Trump numerous times and opposed the neoconservative agenda of several moderates including Liz Cheney.[171] Banks also introduced a bill in August 2020 amidst the 2020 Leftwing insurrection to bar rioters from receiving federal benefits.[172]

IN-3 Republican primary

Banks won his party's primary with 85% of the vote.[173]

IN-3 Democrat primary

Chip Coldiron won the Democrat primary with a plurality of 39% of the vote.[173]

IN-3 General election

Banks handily won re-election with two-thirds of the votes cast.[174]

Rep. Brooks retired.

IN-5th district (open)

Establishment Republican Susan Brooks retired.

IN-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by state senator Victoria Spartz, who garnered a plurality of 40% of the vote[173] despite having faced attacks her campaign referred to as "nasty, false, misogynistic".[175] Spartz is a naturalized U.S. citizen who immigrated from Ukraine to escape socialism, and has made fighting such a part of her campaign.[176] Liberals have harshly attacked her with Russophobic tropes. She has also expressed some support for President Trump, saying: "He’s a typical New Yorker — a straight-shooter. He may use social media too much and some people may not like his persona. But his policies are good for us."[177]

The DCCC has attacked Spartz.[178]

IN-5 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Christina Hale, who got a plurality of 40.6% of the votes casted.[173]

IN-5 Debate

A debate between Spartz and Hale was held in late September 2020.[179]

IN-5 General election

Despite predictions of the seat possibly flipping towards the Democrats' column, Spartz won the general election by four points to succeed Rep. Brooks.[174]

IN-6th district

Republican representative Greg Pence, the older brother of Vice President Mike Pence, ran re-election. Pence voted against the impeachment coup. He noted in early October 2020 the far-left agenda of the Biden/Harris agenda.[180]

IN-6 Republican primary

Rep. Pence was renominated with 83.6% of the vote.[173]

IN-6 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Jeannine Lake with 70% of the vote.[173]

IN-6 General election

Rep. Pence easily won re-election.[174]

Iowa

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IA-1st district

Democrat incumbent Rep, Abby Finkenauer is seeking reelection. Finkenauer voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment and faced a strong challenge from Republican State Rep. Ashley Hinson, who represents a swing legislative district and worked as a television journalist in Cedar Rapids. In early September 2020, Finkenauer claimed to support border security, which contradicted her previous votes to end President Trump's national emergency that was declared over constructing a southern border wall.[181] She also avoided directly answering on her support for late-term abortions.[182]

A campaign ad by Hinson in early October 2020 featured a police officer and Survivor contestant, who noted:

I don’t care what tribe you’re on, you can’t trust anyone who votes with Nancy Pelosi 93% of the time.[183]

Finkenauer is backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

IA-1 Democrat primary

Rep. Finkenauer was re-nominated in the Democrat primary held on June 2, 2020 uncontested.[184]

IA-1 Republican primary

Ashley Hinson won the Republican primary with 78% of the vote.[184]

IA-1 General election

Despite predictions of the seat being favored to be a Democrat hold, Hinson defeated Finkenauer by just over 2% as nearly all the votes were being counted.[185]

Rep. Loebsack retired.

IA-2nd district (open)

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Democrat Dave Loebsack, who had voted for the impeachment sham, did not run for re-election. Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks, who previously ran multiple times unsuccessfully to unseat Loebsack, ran for the open seat.

IA-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Rita Hart, who ran unopposed.[184]

IA-2 Republican primary

Miller-Meeks won the Republican primary with just under 50% of the vote.[184]

IA-2 General election

While the general election had not been called for weeks,[185] Miller-Meeks was declared the winner in early December by a margin of merely 6 votes following a requested recount.[186] Despite losing, Hart requested House Democrats to overturn and steal the election in her favor,[187] filing a notice of contest on December 22, 2020[188] rather than going to Iowa courts.[189]

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IA-3rd district

Democrat Cindy Axne ran for reelection. Axne voted for the impeachment sham against President Trump. Having engaged in liberal deceit, she ran as a moderate yet voted as a partisan Democrat.[190] Axne also has given her vote to far-left representative Jamie Raskin during the coronavirus pandemic after House Democrats allowed proxy voting.[191]

Axne received the endorsement of the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

IA-3 Democrat primary

Rep. Axne won the Democrat primary held on June 2, 2020 unopposed.[184]

IA-3 Republican primary

David Young, the predecessor to Axne who lost re-election in the 2018 midterm elections,[192] won the Republican primary with just under 70% of the vote to face the freshman representative in a rematch for his old seat.[184] He received the praise of Donald Trump at a Trump rally in Des Moines on October 14, 2020.[193]

IA-3 General election

Axne won the general election over Young by a close margin,[194] mostly counting on support from liberal Polk County, which contains Iowa's capital.

Rep. Steve King lost renomination efforts to state senator Randy Feenstra after being heavily opposed by his party's establishment.

IA-4th district

Randy Feenstra won the Republican primary.

Movement conservative Steve King, the only Republican representative from Iowa in the 116th U.S. Congress, ran for re-election. King, a prominent defender of Donald Trump, strongly opposed the impeachment coup.[195]

Liberal Wikipedia has initially covered the upcoming election in Iowa's 4th district in a very skewed manner,[196] citing a fake news poll administered in January 2019 that had a margin of error at ±4.5%.[197]

IA-4 Republican primary

King, facing a primary heavily challenged by the establishment-backed Randy Feenstra, lost by just under 10% of the vote in a major upset.[184]

IA-4 Democrat primary

J.D. Scholten, the 2018 loser to Rep. King,[198] ran for and won the Democrat primary uncontested.[184]

IA-4 General election

Feenstra handily won the general election with over 60% of the vote to succeed Rep. King.[194]

Kansas

Rep. Marshall retired.

KS-1st district (open)

Republican representative Roger Marshall retired to run for U.S. Senate.

KS-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by former lieutenant governor Tracey Mann with 54% of the vote.[199]

KS-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kailee Barnett with 63% of the vote.[199]

KS-1 General election

Mann easily won the general election with over 70% of the vote to succeed Marshall.[200]

KS-2nd district

Republican representative Steve Watkins ran for re-election. Watkins voted against the impeachment sham. He has been subject to controversy, having been faced with ethics complaints and having only won election to the House during the 2018 Midterms by a margin of less than one percent.

KS-2 Republican primary

Rep. Watkins lost renomination efforts to Jake LaTurner, who got just under 50% of the vote.[199]

KS-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Michelle De La Isla with 75% of the votes casted.[199]

KS-2 General election

LaTurner handily won the election by a fifteen-point margin to succeed Watkins.[200]

KS-3rd district

Incumbent Democrat Sharice Davids sought reelection. Davids voted for the House Democrats' impeachment sham.

Davids received the backing of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

KS-3 Democrat primary

Rep. Davids ran unopposed in the Democrat primary.[199]

KS-3 Republican primary

Amanda Adkins won the Republican primary in a strongly contested race, garnering a plurality of just 31% of the vote.[199]

KS-3 General election

Representing an increasingly liberal district in an urban area, Davids handily won re-election by by almost a ten-point margin.[200] The seat was previously held by Koch puppet Kevin Yoder, who lost re-election to Davids in the 2018 Midterms.

Kentucky

KY-3rd district

Democrat John Yarmuth ran for re-election. Rep. Yarmuth is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolutions. A bigot, he has called for banning teenagers from wearing MAGA hats following liberal smears surrounding the Covington Catholic kids, a remark he later insisted was merely a joke.[201]

KY-3 Democrat primary

Yarmuth faced no primary challengers in his renomination.[202]

KY-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Rhonda Palazzo with a plurality of 42.4% of the votes casted.[202]

KY-3 General election

Representing a very liberal district containing Louisville, where far-left riots have occurred, Yarmuth easily won re-election to another House term by over twenty points.[203]

Rep. Massie ran for and won re-election.

KY-4th district

Anti-establishment Republican representative Thomas Massie ran for re-election. Massie voted against the impeachment sham. A libertarian similar to Sen. Rand Paul as well as a fiscal conservative, he faced wrath from both Democrats and Republicans including President Trump, who called for him to be tossed out of the Republican Party[204] for single-handedly blocking an extremely expensive coronavirus stimulus bill.[205]

KY-4 Republican primary

Rep. Massie faced a primary challenge from Todd McMurty, who was backed by some members of the GOP establishment, including neocon Liz Cheney. Cheney later rescinded her support for McMurty and requested that donations she gave to him be returned after racist tweets of his surfaced.[206] Massie was ultimately renominated with 81% of the vote.[202]

KY-4 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Alexandra Owensby with 58% of the votes casted.[202]

KY-4 General election

Massie easily won re-election.[203]

KY-6th district

Republican representative Andy Barr ran for re-election. Barr voted against the sham impeachment resolutions. He previously was re-elected in the 2018 Midterms in a surprise upset after facing a heavily-backed challenge from Democrat Amy McGrath, who was considered likely to unseat Barr. McGrath, who lost a race she was favored in, decided to run for Senate in 2020 against Sen. Mitch McConnell, only to lose again.

In late October 2020, Barr faced a misleading attack ad by VoteVets.org, which featured a Kentucky man accusing him of being tied to Big Pharma and blamed him for a rise in insurance costs; however, the person in the advertisement works in the state government and is insured through the state's health care plans, thus meaning that it is not a national issue Barr is responsible for.[207]

KY-6 Republican primary

Barr was renominated with just over 90% of the votes casted.[202]

KY-6 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Josh Hicks with 72% of the vote.[202]

KY-6 General election

Barr handily won re-election to another House term by over fifteen points.[203]

Louisiana

Under Louisiana election, no primaries were held for each party prior to the general elections; instead, all candidates in each election competed in a jungle primary on November 3, 2020; such that no candidate receives a majority of the vote, the top two go to a runoff to determine who will serve in the 117th Congress.

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise ran for and won re-election.

LA-1st district

Establishment conservative Republican Steve Scalise, the House Minority Whip, ran for re-election to another House term. Scalise voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

LA-1 Jungle primary

Scalise easily won re-election with over 70% of the vote.[208]

LA-2nd district

Democrat Cedric Richmond ran for re-election. Richmond voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

LA-2 Jungle primary

Representing a very liberal district, Richmond was handily re-elected.[208]

Rep. Higgins ran for re-election.

LA-3rd district

Republican representative Clay Higgins sought re-election. Higgins voted against the sham articles of impeachment. An anti-establishment conservative and former law enforcement officer, Higgins is known for his boldness, and has called for retaliation against far-left rioters amidst the 2020 Leftwing insurrection.[209] He has received a 92% score from the Heritage Foundation for the 116th Congress.[210]

LA-3 Jungle primary

Higgins easily won re-election, garnering two-thirds of the votes cast.[208]

LA-4th district

Republican Rep. Mike Johnson ran for re-election. Johnson voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

LA-4 Jungle primary

Johnson easily won the jungle primary with 60% of the vote.[208]

Rep. Abraham retired.

LA-5th district (open)

Rep. Ralph Abraham, R-Alto; did not run for re-election.

LA-5 Jungle primary

Nine candidates have qualified for the jungle primary to be held on November 3, 2020. They included: Sandra "Candy" Christophe (D-Alexandria); Allen Guillory Sr. (R-Opelousas); State Representative Lance Harris (R-Alexandria); "Matt" Hasty (R-Pineville); Jesse P. Lagarde (D-Amite); Martin Lemelle Jr., Former Ralph Abraham Chief of Staff Luke Letlow (R-Start); Ouachita Parish Police Juror "Scotty" Robinson (R-Monroe); D-Ruston; Phillip Snowden (D-Monroe). Letlow finished first place at 33%, with Harris at 17%.[208] The two faced each other in a runoff.

Letlow won the runoff to succeed Rep. Abraham.[211]

LA-6th district

Republican representative Garret Graves ran for re-election. Graves voted against the impeachment coup.

LA-6 Jungle primary

Graves easily won re-election.[208]

Maine

Rep. Golden ran for re-election.

ME-2nd district

Freshman incumbent Jared Golden ran for reelection. Golden is a member of the far-left Congressional Progressive Caucus[Citation Needed] and voted for one of the two impeachment sham "resolutions" against President Trump. Golden is a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] a group of liberal Democrats in the 116th Congress who consider themselves "moderate" despite being as liberal as most Democrats.

ME-2 Democrat primary

Golden ran unopposed in his party's primary election.[212]

ME-2 Republican primary

The moderately contested Republican primary was won by Dale Crafts with 44.7% of the votes cast.[212]

ME-2 General election

Golden won re-election by seven points.[213]

Maryland

MD-1st district

Andy Harris, the Republican representative from Maryland representing the 1st congressional district, ran for re-election. Rep. Harris voted against the impeachment sham. He is the only member of the Republican Party among the state's congressional delegation due to extreme gerrymandering in the state that has divided the districts into bizarre shapes.

MD-1 Republican primary

Rep. Harris was renominated with just over 80% of the vote.[214]

MD-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Mia Mason with a plurality of 41.5% of the vote.[214]

MD-1 General election

Harris easily won re-election by over twenty points.[215]

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer ran for and won re-election.

MD-5th district

Democrat Steny Hoyer, the current House Majority Leader, ran for re-election. Hoyer voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolutions.

MD-5 Democrat primary

Hoyer was renominated with just over 70% of the vote.[214]

MD-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Chris Palombi with a plurality of 36% of the vote.[214]

MD-5 General election

Hoyer easily won re-election over Palombi.[215]

MD-7th district

Democrat Kweisi Mfume ran for re-election to a full House term. Rep. Mfume voted in favor of the impeachment sham. He was elected in a special election in late 2019 to succeed Elijah Cummings, who died on October 17, 2019.

MD-7 Democrat primary

Mfume was renominated with 76% of the votes casted in the Democrat primary.[214]

MD-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Kimberly Klacik with 70% of the vote.[214] A rising Republican star, Klacik became viral after releasing a campaign ad effectively condemning the Democratic Party over the lack of progress for many black Americans in extremely liberal inner cities like Baltimore,[216] which experiences among the nation's highest crime rates. She later spoke at the 2020 RNC,[217] which the racist MSNBC refused to air for its viewers.[218]

MD-7 General election

Mfume easily won the general election, representing an extremely liberal district.[215]

Rep. Raskin ran for re-election.

MD-8th district

Democrat Jamie Raskin ran for re-election. Raskin is a member of the CPC and voted in favor of the impeachment coup. A leftist, he has voiced opposition to gambling in a congressional hearing yet took tens of thousands of dollars in donations from lobbyists associated with online gambling.[219] His wife Sarah Bloom, an Obama administration official, is noted for having unmasked Michael T. Flynn.[220]

MD-8 Democrat primary

Rep. Raskin was renominated with 85% of the vote.[214]

MD-8 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Gregory Coll with 41.5% of the votes casted.[214]

MD-8 General election

Raskin easily won re-election.[215]

Massachusetts

MA-2nd district

Democrat James McGovern ran for re-election. McGovern is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup. He is considered one of the most liberal members of Congress.[221]

MA-2 Democrat primary

McGovern won renomination with no primary challengers.[222]

MA-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Tracy Lovvorn, who ran unopposed.[222]

MA-2 General election

McGovern easily won re-election to another House term.[223]

Massachusetts liberal Rep. Kennedy retired to unsuccessfully run for Senate.

MA-4th district (open)

Democrat Joe Kennedy III retired, having made an unsuccessful bid for U.S. Senate to challenge incumbent progressive Democrat Ed Markey. Likely having made the decision out of pride in assuming that his family ties would propel him to victory, Kennedy couldn't manage to specifically explain why he ran to unseat Markey.[224]

MA-4 Democrat primary

The heavily contested Democrat primary was won by Jake Auchlincloss with a plurality of 22% of the votes cast.[222]

MA-4 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by candidate Julia Hall with 63% of the vote.[222]

MA-4 General election

Auchincloss handily won the open seat to succeed Kennedy.[223]

MA-5th district

Democrat Katherine Clark ran for re-election. Clark is a member and vice chair[225] of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. She is currently running for assistant House speaker.[226]

MA-5 Democrat primary

Clark won renomination with no primary challengers.[222]

MA-5 Republican primary

Caroline Colarusso won the Republican primary unopposed.[222]

MA-5 General election

Clark easily won re-election, representing a very liberal district.[223]

MA-6th district

Democrat Seth Moulton is seeking re-election. Moulton voted for the impeachment sham.

MA-6 Democrat primary

Moulton won his party's primary with 78% of the vote.[222]

MA-6 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Jake Paul Moran, who ran uncontested.[222]

Rep. Pressley ran for re-election.

MA-7th district

Far-left Democrat representative Ayanna Pressley ran for re-election. Pressley is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment coup. A member of the Squad, she is a liberal hypocrite who boycotted Donald Trump's 2020 State of the Union address because of his supposed "contempt for our Constitution",[227] then flip-flopped no more than two weeks later in calling the Constitution "sexist by its very design".[228] Pressley revealed in early 2020 a diagnosis of alopecia (baldness)[229] and prioritized making hair discrimination illegal because it is somehow tied with racism.[230]

MA-7 Democrat primary

Pressley won renomination with no primary challengers.[222] No Republican filed to run for the seat.

MA-7 General election

Facing only an independent challenger, Pressley easily won re-election.[223]

Michigan

Rep. Amash retired.

MI-3rd district (open)

Justin Amash, the anti-Trump representative from Michigan's 3rd district who voted to impeach the president, retired.[231] This announcement came in mid-July 2020 after he initially considered a run for president as a Libertarian[232] but ultimately decided against such.[233]

MI-3 Republican primary

In a strongly contested Republican primary election, Peter Meijer won with a bare majority of 50.2% of the votes cast.[234] He is a member of the Meijer family that owns the popular chain of Meijer stores in the Midwest, especially in Michigan.

MI-3 Democrat primary

The only Democrat who ran for the open seat was Hillary Scholten, who won her party's primary election uncontested.[234] Being dependent on backing from out-of-state political operatives and Hollywood liberals,[235] she previously claimed to be running a "grassroots campaign".[236] Scholten has also faced a cease and desist from a homeless shelter for misusing an image of theirs' in a campaign ad.[237]

MI-3 General election

Meijer won the general election by a six-point margin to succeed Amash.[238]

Rep. Upton ran for re-election to another House term.

MI-6th district

Establishment anti-Trump RINO Fred Upton ran for re-election to an 18th term in office.[239] While strongly critical of the president, Upton voted against the impeachment coup. He faced a strong challenge from the progressive-backed Jon Hoadley, who previously ran a blog using misogynistic language and bragging about drug usage.[240] Unsurprisingly, he has received the endorsements of Joe Biden[241] and the Democrat establishment.[242]

MI-6 Republican primary

Upton was renominated with just over 60% of the votes cast over primary challenger Elena Oelke.[234] While he won a majority of the vote, it was a considerably smaller margin compared to many other incumbent Republican representatives, as he was a moderate Republican compared to Oelke, who ran on a much more conservative platform.[243]

MI-6 Democrat primary

Hoadley won the Democrat primary with 50% of the vote to face off against Upton in the general election.[234]

MI-6 General election

Despite polling that suggested a close race, Upton managed to retain his seat over the disgraced Hoadley by a sixteen-point margin.[238]

Rep. Slotkin ran re-election to a second House term in a normally Republican-leaning district.

MI-8th district

Former CIA agent and Democrat partisan Elissa Slotkin ran for re-election.[244] Running for a second term in a normally Republican district despite having voted to impeach Donald Trump,[245] she is a member of the Gang of Nine, a group of left-wing Democrats in the 116th Congress with national security and/or military backgrounds who described themselves as "moderate".[82]

On July 10, 2020, Rep. Slotkin warned that much of the fake "polling" during the 2020 election season are misleading, noting mistakes that led to large inaccuracies present in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.[246] This was later proven correct, as Republicans generally out-performed expectations set by the majority of polls in the 2020 general elections.

MI-8 Democrat primary

Rep. Slotkin was renominated with no primary challengers.[234]

MI-8 Republican primary

Among the Republicans who ran to challenge Slotkin included former Michigan Board of Education member Nikki Snyder.[245] However, she failed to gather sufficient signatures and was disqualified from the ballot.[247] The primary was ultimately won by Paul Junge with a plurality of 35% of the vote in a strongly contested race.[234]

MI-8 General election

Despite Republican efforts to flip the seat, Slotkin managed to win by just under four points.[238]

MI-10th district (open)

Establishment Republican representative Paul Mitchell retired.

MI-10 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Lisa McClain with a plurality of 42% of the votes cast.[234]

MI-10 Democrat primary

Kimberly Bizon won the Democrat primary with 54% of the vote.[234]

MI-10 General election

McClain easily won the general election by over thirty points to succeed Mitchell.[238]

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MI-11th district

Democrat representative Haley Stevens ran for re-election. Stevens voted in favor of the impeachment sham. Having been noted her public meltdowns, she screamed at a town hall that the NRA "has got to go!"[248] In March 2020 amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Stevens ranted on the House floor in an incoherent string of gibberish, yelling as she was told that she had exceeded her allotted time to speak.[249] Her campaign then attempted to fundraise off the meltdown, which elicited a complaint from a watchdog group for violating House rules.[250]

Stevens was being backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

MI-11 Democrat primary

Rep. Stevens was renominated with no primary challengers.

MI-11 Republican primary

Among the Republicans who sought to unseat Stevens included former U.S. representative Kerry Bentivolio and automotive specialist Whittney Williams.[251][252] The primary was ultimately won by Eric Esshaki with a plurality of 31% of the votes cast.[234]

MI-11 General election

Representing an increasingly liberal district, Steven managed to hold on to her seat, but only by less than three points.[238]

The bigoted, racist Rashida Tlaib ran for re-election to a second term.

MI-13th district

Detroit City Council member Brenda Jones ran to challenge Tlaib in the Democrat priamry.

"Progressive" Squad member Rashida Tlaib ran for re-election.[253] Tlaib is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, a supporter of the radical Green New Deal and Medicare for All programs, and is also a member of Democratic Socialists of America. She voted in favor of the impeachment coup against President Trump.

Tlaib's own father has stated that the representative "lied big time" to get into office.[254]

Rep. Tlaib expressed outrage on Twitter after Donald Trump was acquitted by The Senate.[255]

Tlaib retweeted[256] a smear originally tweeted by the gun control activist David Hogg, who said "F*** a National day of prayer".[257]

MI-13 Democrat primary

Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones ran to challenge Rashida Tlaib. Jones won the Special Election in 2018 to finish the term of John Conyers and lost the 2018 primary to Tlaib in a 6-way contest by fewer than 1,000 votes. Unlike Tlaib, Jones is considered a sane Democrat.[258] However, Tlaib managed to win with just under two-thirds of the votes cast.[234]

MI-13 Republican primary

David Dudenhoefer won the Republican primary with just under half of the votes cast to challenge Rep. Tlaib.[234]

MI-13 General election

Despite strong efforts to unseat Tlaib due to her vile bigotry, she managed to retain her seat by a landslide due to the district being extremely liberal.[238]

MI-14th district

Democrat Brenda Lawrence ran for re-election. Lawrence is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment coup after flip-flopping in a bout of Romnesia in late November 2019, noting at one point that she "doesn't see the value of kicking him out of office",[259] though quickly reverting back to her original stance of supporting impeachment.[260]

MI-14 Democrat primary

Lawrence was easily renominated in her party's primary with over 90% of the vote.[234]

MI-14 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Robert Patrick with 65% of the votes cast.[234]

MI-14 General election

Representing a highly liberal district including the Detroit area, Lawrence easily won re-election.[238]

Minnesota

Rep. Jim Hagedorn ran for re-election to a second House term.

MN-1st district

Republican representative Jim Hagedorn ran for re-election. Rep. Hagedorn voted against the impeachment sham. He was elected in the 2018 Midterms in a very tight race to succeed retiring Democrat Tim Walz, winning by a 0.4% margin over opponent Dan Feehan despite other Republican candidates losing in similarly close elections.[261] The district was carried by Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by fifteen percentage points,[262] and RCP considered the race to lean in Hagedorn's favor.[263]

It was announced in early October 2020 that a scheduled debate for the general election was cancelled largely due to the effects of the CCP pandemic.[264]

MN-1 Republican primary

Hagedorn was renominated with no primary challengers.[265]

MN-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Feehan, who ran unopposed to seek a rematch against Hagedorn.[265]

MN-1 General election

Hagedorn held on to his seat for another House term by three percentage points over Feehan in the rematch.[266]

MN-2nd district

Democrat Angie Craig ran for reelection. Craig is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham resolution against President Trump.

Craig received the endorsement of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

MN-2 Democrat primary

Craig was renominated with no primary challengers.[265]

MN-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Tyler Kistner, who ran uncontested.[265]

MN-2 General election

Representing a traditionally Republican district that has become somewhat more Democrat-favoring in recent years, Craig won re-election by two points over Kistner.[266]

MN-3rd district

Democrat Dean Phillips ran for re-election to another term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Phillips voted in favor of the impeachment coup. He was elected in the 2018 Midterms, defeating Republican then-incumbent Erik Paulsen due to the district becoming increasingly liberal as well as Paulsen's inability to appeal to anti-Trumpers despite opposing Trump during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Phillips was backed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.[33]

MN-3 Democrat primary

Rep. Phillips was easily renominated with 91% of the votes cast in the Democrat primary election.[265]

MN-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Kendall Qualls with 76% of the vote.[265]

MN-3 General election

Phillips won re-election by over ten points.[266]

Rep. McCollum ran for re-election.

MN-4th district

Betty McCollum, the Democrat representative from Minnesota's 4th district, ran for re-election to an eleventh House term. McCollum voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment brought against President Trump. Her seat was marked as a safe hold, representing a very liberal, Democrat-favoring area that has not elected a Republican to the House since 1947.

Known by some as "BDS Betty",[267] McCollum has been noted for her consistent anti-Zionist advocacy. She had voted against an AIPAC-favored, anti-Hamas bill in 2006,[268] and introduced legislation in 2017 to withhold military aid to Israel,[269] which she claimed runs on a system of 'apartheid'.[270] Rep. McCollum voted against an anti-BDS bill in July 2019,[271] and joined Ilhan Omar as well as Rashida Tlaib at an anti-Semitic conference in late 2020.[272]

MN-4 Democrat primary

Rep. McCollum was renominated with 84% of the vote.[265]

MN-4 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Gene Rechtzigel with 51% of the vote.[265]

MN-4 General election

McCollum easily won re-election by a very wide margin.[266]

Rep. Omar ran for re-election.

MN-5th district

Progressive Squad member Ilhan Omar ran for reelection. Omar is a member of the CPC, the Democratic Socialists of America, and voted in favor of the impeachment coup. She presently is under investigation for immigration fraud and campaign ethics violations. Omar is a staunch advocate of lawlessness and defunding the police.[273] A 17 year-old campaign staffer for Lacy Johnson, her Republican opponent, was shot and killed outside a gas station in Minneapolis.[274]

A Democrat challenger who ran against Omar in her party's primary election received the endorsement of Minnesota's largest newspaper.[275]

MN-5 Democrat primary

Omar was renominated with just under 60% of the vote.[265]

MN-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Lacy Johnson with 77% of the votes cast.[265]

MN-5 General election

Despite strong efforts to unseat Omar, she won by around forty points in the general election, representing an extremely liberal district.[265]

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MN-7th district

Rep. Collin Peterson, the moderately conservative Democrat from Minnesota's 7th congressional district, ran for another House term. Along with then-Democrat Jeff Van Drew, Peterson voted against both sham articles of impeachment brought against President Trump. He faced re-election in a district Trump won over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by a 30-point margin.[276]

MN-7 Democrat primary

Rep. Peterson was renominated with over 70% of the vote.[265]

MN-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Michelle Fischbach with nearly 60% of the vote.[265] Fischbach has received the endorsements of President Trump[277] and former U.S. representative Michele Bachmann.[278]

MN-7 General election

While Peterson garnered much more crossover appeal in his previous re-election bids, he lost the general election to Fischbach by a thirteen-point margin.[265]

MN-8th district

Republican Pete Stauber ran for re-election. Stauber voted against the impeachment coup.

MN-8 Republican primary

Stauber easily won his party's primary with over 90% of the vote.[265]

MN-8 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Quinn Nystrom, who ran unopposed.[265]

MN-8 General election

Rep. Stauber handily won re-election to another House term.[265]

Mississippi

MS-2nd district

Left-wing Democrat Bennie Thompson ran for re-election. Thompson is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolution against President Trump.

MS-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Thompson was re-nominated in the primary, winning 94% of the vote.[279]

MS-2 Republican primary

No Republican candidate won a majority in the primary, with Brian Flowers garnering a plurality of 37.9%, thus defaulting a runoff election.[279]

MS-2 General election

Thompson defeated Flowers in the general election by over thirty points in the highly liberal district.[280]

Missouri

MO-1st district

Democrat Lacy Clay ran for re-election. Clay voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

BLM agitator Cori Bush.

MO-1 Democrat primary

Cori Bush led the BLM protest outside Mark and Patricia McCloskey's home.[281]

Rep. Clay was narrowly defeated in his primary election in a three-point margin by challenger Cori Bush,[282] a left-wing BLM activist.[283] Bush was the Marxist liberal activist leading the mob outside the home of Mark and Patricia McCloskey with a bullhorn screaming, "You can't stop the revolution!" Weeks later Bush won the Democrat primary nomination for the 1st district of Missouri, effectively being guaranteed a win to serve in the 117th Congress. According to The Federalist, Bush will be a 5th member of the The Squad.[284] St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner indicted McCloskey's for exercising their 2nd Amendment rights on their own property when they were assaulted and threatened by the Black Lives Matter activists.[285][286]

Bush believes that the Pentagon should be defunded so that the money can go to social services.[287]

MO-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Anthony Rogers with 62% of the vote.[282]

MO-1 General election

Despite being extremely far-left, Bush easily won the general election.[288]

Rep. Wagner ran for re-election in an increasingly liberal district.

MO-2nd district

Republican representative Ann Wagner ran for re-election. Wagner voted against the sham impeachment articles.

MO-2 Republican primary

Rep. Wagner was renominated with no primary challengers.[282]

MO-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Jill Schupp, who ran unopposed.[282]

MO-2 General election

While the mostly suburban, affluent district has become less Republican than it used to, with some expecting a potential upset, Wagner managed to retain her House seat, beating Schupp by six points.[288]

Rep. Cleaver ran for re-election.

MO-5th district

Democrat Emanuel Cleaver ran for re-election. Cleaver voted in favor of the impeachment sham resolutions.

MO-5 Democrat primary

Cleaver easily won renomination with over 80% of the vote.[282]

MO-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Ryan Derks with a plurality of 35% of the vote.[282]

MO-5 General election

Representing a liberal area, Cleaver handily held his House seat, defeating Derks by twenty points with just under 60% of the vote.[288]

Rep. Greg Gianforte retired to run in the 2020 Montana gubernatorial election.

Montana (At-large, open seat)

Greg Gianforte, the incumbent Republican representative from Montana's at-large district, did not run for re-election, and instead ran for governor.[289]

MT Republican primary

In a strongly contested Republican primary election, Montana state auditor Matt Rosendale won with a plurality of 48% of the votes cast.[290] Rosendale previously run unsuccessfully for U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat officeholder Jon Tester in the 2018 Midterms.[291]

MT Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kathleen Williams with just under 90% of the votes cast.[290]

MT General election

Despite polling that suggested a tossup in a mostly Republican state, Rosendale handily won the general election with 56% of the vote by a thirteen-point margin over Williams to succeed Gianforte.[292]

Nebraska

NE-2nd district

Republican Don Bacon ran for re-election. He voted against the sham articles of impeachment. A Moderate Republican, Bacon has broke with Donald Trump at times, including over renaming Confederate statues. He joined Democrat Anthony Brown during June 2020 in pushing for such out of political correctness,[293] even insinuating that not doing so would make Republicans the party of Jim Crow.[294]

Representing a mostly urban/suburban area that includes the entirety of liberal-leaning Douglas County, Bacon faced a tough re-election fight.

NE-2 Republican primary

Bacon was easily renominated with 91% of the vote.[295]

NE-2 Democrat primary

Kara Eastman, a noted progressive,[296][297] won the Democrat primary with 62% of the vote.[295] However, in being very left-wing, she failed to garner the support of Bacon's former rival and Democrat predecessor Brad Ashford, who endorsed the representative as well as Joe Biden in calling for bipartisan "solutions" and noting Bacon's globalist record which included voting in favor of illegal aliens.[298]

NE-2 General election

While polling suggested a tossup and a potential upset in favor of the Democrats, Bacon defeated Eastman by around four points for a third House term.[299]

Nevada

NV-1st district

Democrat Dina Titus ran for re-election. Titus voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment brought against President Trump, having publicly made an unhinged statement a month prior in calling to "impeach the bastard".[300] She is an alleged supporter of the MeToo movement who dismissed out of hand credible rape allegations against Joe Biden.[301]

NV-1 Democrat primary

Rep. Titus won renomination with 83% of the votes cast.[302]

NV-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Joyce Bentley with a plurality of 36% of the vote.[302]

NV-1 General election

Representing a very liberal district covering most of Las Vegas (sometimes referred to as Sin City for its promotion of Hollywood values), TItus handily won re-election by almost thirty points.[303]

NV-2nd district

Republican representative Mark Amodei is seeking re-election. Amodei voted against the sham articles of impeachment despite the lamestream media previously insisting falsely[304] that he supported the Democrat impeachment coup.

NV-2 Republican primary

Amodei was renominated in his party's primary with 81% of the vote.[302]

NV-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Patricia Ackerman with just under half of the votes cast.[302]

NV-2 General election

Representing the mostly conservative northern part of the state that includes the city of Reno, Amodei won re-election by sixteen points.[303]

NV-3rd district

Democrat Susie Lee ran for re-election. Rep. Lee voted in favor of the impeachment coup. A flip-flopper, she said that "believing a survivor of sexual assault should not be a partisan issue" amidst the Kavanaugh smear yet stood by Joe Biden when Tara Reade made credible and corroborated allegations of sexual assault against him.[305] Lee also faced an ethics complaint in mid-June 2020 for pushing a modification to the Paycheck Protection Program that would benefit her husband's company in a conflict of interest.[306]

Lee was backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

NV-3 Democrat primary

Lee was easily renominated with over 80% of the vote.[302]

NV-3 General election

While her seat was considered mostly safe, Lee only won re-election by three percentage points.[303]

NV-4th district

Democrat Steven Horsford sought reelection. Horsford is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham.

Horsford previously represented the district from 2013 to 2015, having been defeated for re-election by Republican Cresent Hardy in the 2014 Midterms. Hardy lost re-election in 2016 to Ruben Kihuen, who retired in 2018. Horsford faced Hardy in a rematch, and won during a blue wave.

NV-4 Democrat primary

Rep. Horsford won his party's primary election with three-quarters of the vote.[302]

NV-4 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Jim Marchant with a plurality of 34.5% of the vote.[302]

NV-4 General election

Horsford won re-election by five points over Marchant.[303]

New Hampshire

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NH-1st district

Incumbent Democrat Chris Pappas ran for reelection. Pappas voted for the House Democrats' impeachment sham against President Trump. He faced a strong challenge from Republican Matt Mowers, who received the endorsement of Donald Trump.[307] While increasingly unreliable election ratings considered the seat to most likely be retained,[6] a poll in late October 2020 found Mowers in the lead by two points;[308] this was attributed to the incumbent Democrat's relationship with a lobbyist[309] that Mowers brought up at a debate.

NH-1 Democrat primary

Pappas won renomination with no challengers.[310]

NH-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Mowers with nearly 60% of the votes cast.[311]

NH-1 General election

While some anticipated a very close race, Pappas won re-election by five percentage points.[312]

NH-2nd district

Democrat representative Ann Kuster ran for re-election. Rep. Kuster voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

NH-2 Democrat primary

Kuster easily won renomination with over 90% of the vote.[313]

NH-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Steve Negron with just under half of the votes cast.[314]

NH-2 General election

Kuster won re-election over Negron by ten percentages points.[312]

New Jersey

Rep. Van Drew ran for re-election.

NJ-2nd district

Former Democrat Jeff Van Drew ran for re-election. Switching to the Republican Party after voting against both sham articles of impeachment, Van Drew received President Trump's endorsement to help boost re-election efforts.[315] He has noted that the Democratic Party "used to be more moderate".[316]

Van Drew faced a strong challenge from Democrat Amy Kennedy, who is married to Patrick J. Kennedy, the second son of Ted Kennedy. Kennedy reportedly had supported Van Drew's 2018 run.[317] She owns thousands of stock in Chinese investments and opposed President Trump's agenda of enacting tough policies against the communist regime.[318] Kennedy was considered to be her family dynasty's last hope of maintaining political power after the defeat of her cousin-in-law Joe Kennedy III in a Senate primary.[319] She has claimed that opposing defunding the police means not going far enough to address racism.[320]

NJ-2 Republican primary

Rep. Van Drew won the Republican primary election with 82% of the vote[321] over challenger Bob Patterson, who ran to the right of him.[322][323]

NJ-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kennedy with 62% of the votes cast.[321]

NJ-2 General election

Despite fake polling consistently showing Van Drew trailing Kennedy which received strong coverage by media outlets including The Hill,[324][325][326][327][328] he won the general election to a second House term as a Republican by a six-point margin in the conservative-leaning district.[329]

Rep. Kim ran for re-election to a second House term.

NJ-3rd district

Democrat Andy Kim sought re-election. Kim is member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. He was criticized in January 2020 by GOP challenger Kate Gibbs for pulling a "bait and switch" when campaigning for Congress in 2018.[330] According to David Richter, another Republican opponent, Kim's re-election efforts are being boosted[331] by Courier Newsroom,[332] which was reported by the Washington Free Beacon to be a liberal fake news site.[333]

Kim is backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

NJ-3 Democrat primary

Rep. Kim was renominated with no primary challengers.[321]

NJ-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Richter with over 60% of the vote.[321] Despite claiming to support Trump, he has criticized the president and previously donated to Democrats.[334]

NJ-3 General election

Kim won re-election by eight points.[329]

NJ-4th district

Republican Chris Smith ran for re-election. Smith voted against the impeachment coup.

NJ-4 Republican primary

Smith was easily renominated with over 90% of the vote.[321]

NJ-4 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Stephanie Schmid with just under 70% of the vote.[321]

NJ-4 General election

Representing New Jersey's most conservative congressional district, Smith easily won re-election by a twenty-percentage point margin.[329]

NJ-5th district

Democrat Josh Gottheimer ran for re-election. Rep. Gottheimer voted for the sham impeachment articles.

NJ-5 Democrat primary

Gottheimer won renomination with 70% of the vote.[321]

NJ-5 Republcan primary

Frank Pallotta won the Republican primary election with 53% of the vote.[321]

NJ-5 General election

Gottheimer won re-election by eight points over Pallotta.[329]

NJ-7th district

Rep. Malinowski ran for re-election.

Democrat representative Tom Malinowski ran for re-election. Malinowski voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. Despite supporting the sham impeachment over supposed charges of corruption and quid pro quo, he himself suggested withholding transportation of Lysol to Kentucky amidst the CCP pandemic to force Sen. Mitch McConnell to pass partisan Democrat legislation.[335] He is known for having introduced legislation to condemn QAnon, a group that calls out pedophiles.[336] Unsurprisingly, he once lobbied against the creation of a child sex offender registry over concerns that such a system would be too harsh for predators.[337]

NJ-7 Democrat primary

Rep. Malinowski was renominated with no primary challengers.[321]

NJ-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Thomas Kean, Jr. with just under 80% of the votes cast.[321] He is a member of the state Senate, representing the 21st district and currently serving as the Minority Leader.

NJ-7 General election

Despite his past record that would be a disqualifying factor, Malinowski won re-election very narrowly, defeating Kean by 1.2% of the vote.[329]

Rep. Sherrill ran for re-election to a second House term.

NJ-11th district

Democrat Mikie Sherrill ran for re-election. Rep. Sherrill voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment brought against Donald Trump. She is a member of the Gang of Nine, a group of liberal Democrats with military/national security experience who consider themselves "moderate".[82]

NJ-11 Democrat primary

Sherrill was renominated with no primary challengers.[321]

NJ-11 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Rosemary Becchi, who ran unopposed.[321]

NJ-11 General election

Sherrill won re-election by seven percentage points.[329]

New Mexico

The primary elections were set on June 2, 2020.

Rep. Haaland ran for re-election.

NM-1st district

Deb Haaland, the freshman Democrat representative from New Mexico's 1st district, ran for re-election.[338] Haaland's voting record makes her claims of 30 years sobriety questionable.[339] She is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment sham.

NM-1 Democrat primary

Haaland easily won her party's primary election uncontested.[340]

NM-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Michelle Garcia Holmes with just under half of the votes cast.[340]

NM-1 General election

Representing a very liberal district covering most of Albuquerque, Haaland won re-election with 58% of the vote.[341]

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NM-2nd district

Freshmen incumbent Rep. Xochitl Torres Small faced a tough re-election bid in what promised to be one the most expensive races in the country with money pouring in from out of state on both sides in a traditional heavily Republican district in New Mexico's oil country. The Border Wall on the district's southern edge, gun control legislation, delivery of healthcare services in rural areas, illegal immigration, human trafficking, and illegal narcotics trafficking all combine as issues of uppermost concern to voters.

Rep. Torres Small received the endorsement of the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

A so-called "moderate", Torres Small supports late-term abortion.[342]

Torres Small has flip-flopped on fracking, distancing herself from Joe Biden after his contradictory statements despite having previously been an anti-oil activist when supporting Tom Udall.[343]

NM-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Torres Small won her party's primary uncontested.[340]

NM-2 Republican primary

A former staffer of Rep. Steven Schiff, who represented the district for 20 years up until 2018, Claire Chase, was well funded and faced state Rep. Yvette Herrell, who lost to Torres Small in the 2018 general election and carries some baggage from earlier corruption scandals as well as for spreading a false rumor about Chase.[344] Throughout the campaigns, both sides targeted each other with attack ads,[345] and Chase claimed that Herrell was a weak candidate after liberal super PACs meddled in the primary by boosting the latter.[346] Herrell ultimately won with a plurality of 45% of the votes cast.[340]

NM-2 General election

Herrell won the general election, defeating Torres Small by seven percentage points.[341]

Rep. Luján retired to run for U.S. Senate.

NM-3rd district (open)

Democrat Ben Ray Luján vacated to run for the seat of retiring Sen. Tom Udall.

NM-3 Democrat primary

Teresa Leger Fernandez defeated Deep State darling and notorious anti-Semite Valerie Plame with 42.8% of the vote, nearly doubling Plame's 24.8%.[340] Legar Fernandez received endorsements from Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America.[347]

NM-3 Republican primary

4 Republicans have expressed interest in running to represent a district that usually leans Democratic. The primary was won by Alexis Johnson with a plurality of 37% of the vote.[340]

NM-3 General election

Leger Fernandez won the general election to succeed Lujan with nearly 60% of the vote.[341]

New York

The primary election were originally scheduled for April 28, 2020, but got rescheduled to June 23 due to the CCP pandemic.

Rep. Lee Zeldin ran for re-election.

NY-1st district

Republican representative Lee Zeldin ran for re-election. Among the strongest defenders of President Trump amidst the impeachment coup,[348][349] Zeldin spoke over five hundred times by early November 2019 regarding the sham articles.[350] He voted against the impeachment resolutions, and earned the nickname "The Legend of Zeldin".[351] This is in comparison to an anti-Trump Democrat initially challenging him who questioned in mid-May 2020 whether securing funding for personal protective equipment amidst the CCP pandemic would be "worth" working with the president.[352] Another Democrat challenger, Nancy Goroff, is anti-police and has refused to condemn far-left violence.[353] Goroff has also failed to report millions in personal financial holdings,[354] and has been rebuked by a university dean for misusing school resources to bolster her campaign.[355]

NY-1 Republican primary

Zeldin easily won his primary election uncontested.[356]

NY-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Goroff with a plurality of 36% of the vote.[356]

NY-1 General election

Despite fake polling that suggested a very close race, Zeldin handily won re-election in the mostly conservative district by a ten-point margin.[357]

Rep. King retired.

NY-2nd district (open)

Republican Peter T. King retired.

NY-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Andrew Garbarino with 64% of the vote.[356]

NY-2 Democrat primary

Jackie Golden won the Democrat primary with 73% of the votes cast.[356] Despite being a combat veteran who touts her record as a military police officer,[358] Gordon has appealed to far-leftists who seek to defund the police.[359]

NY-2 General election

Despite many who anticipated a very close race and a possible flip for the Democrats, Garbarino won the general election by seven points to succeed Rep. King in the conservative-leaning district.[357]

NY-3rd district

Democrat Thomas Suozzi ran for re-election. Suozzi voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

NY-3 Democrat primary

Suozzi won his party's primary with over 60% of the vote.[356]

NY-3 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by George Santos, who ran uncontested.[356]

NY-3 General election

Despite the race being considered mostly a safe hold for Suozzi, he initially trailed Santos for several days as votes were being counted since Election Night. NBC News, which showed its bias in refusing to declare other races that were statistically impossible for Democrats to win, quickly declared Suozzi the winner once he took a lead over Santos.[360] With 100% of the vote now being reported, the representative defeated Santos with 56% of the votes cast.

Rep. Meng ran for re-election.

NY-6th district

Democrat Grace Meng sought re-election. Meng is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolutions. A politically correct leftist, among her priorities amidst the coronavirus pandemic was condemning the use of the term "Chinese virus" as being "racist".[361]

NY-6 Democrat primary

Meng won renomination in the Democrat primary with over 60% of the vote.[356]

NY-6 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Thomas Zmich, who ran unopposed.[356]

NY-6 General election

Meng easily won re-election, representing a very liberal district.[357]

NY-7th district

Democrat Nydia Velázquez ran for re-election to another House term. Velázquez is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

NY-7 Democrat primary

Rep. Velázquez was renominated with 80% of the vote.[356]

NY-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Brian Kelly, who ran uncontested.[356]

NY-7 General election

Velazquez won re-election with over 80% of the votes cast.[357]

NY-8th district

Democrat Hakeem Jeffries ran for re-election. Jeffries is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted for the sham articles of impeachment.

NY-8 Democrat primary

Jeffries ran unopposed in his party's primary.[356]

NY-8 Republican primary

Garfield Wallace won the Republican primary uncontested.[356]

NY-8 General election

Jeffries handily won re-election in a landslide, representing an extremely liberal district.[357]

NY-9th district

Incumbent far-left Democrat Yvette Clarke faced challenges from multiple Democrats. Clarke is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted for the impeachment sham resolutions. She has also been accused of darkening the skin of primary challenger Adem Bunkeddeko in a mailing. "As Democrats, we are supposed to be the party of equality, truth, and facts. But instead, Ms. Clarke puts out a racist mailer that clearly darkens my skin. This is despicable. She needs to apologize to me and every single one of her constituents."[362]

NY-9 Democrat primary

Clark managed to win renomination with only 54% of the votes cast.[356]

NY-9 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Constantine Jean-Pierre, who ran uncontested.[356]

NY-9 General election

Clark won re-election with 80% of the vote.[357]

Jerrold Nadler ran for re-election.

NY-10th district

Incumbent Democrat Jerry Nadler ran for re-election. Nadler is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted for the impeachment sham. A far-leftist, Nadler has ridiculously referred to Antifa violence as a "myth".[363]

NY-10 Democrat primary

Nadler was renominated with two-third of the votes cast.[356]

NY-10 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Cathy Bernstein, who ran unopposed.[356]

NY-10 General election

Despite being an unhinged leftist with acute TDS, Nadler won re-election by nearly a forty-point margin.[357]

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NY-11th district

Democrat Max Rose, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] sought re-election. A flip-flopper, Rose stated his opposition to the impeachment coup on September 12, 2019,[364] though later supported the sham articles,[365] even asserting at one point that Trump must somehow "prove" his innocence.[366] He ultimately voted for the impeachment sham resolutions.

Rose has been a strong critic of Bill de Blowhard, releasing an ad in early September 2020 calling him "the worst mayor in the history of New York City."[367] However, his Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis has pointed out the similarities in their favored policies.[368]

In a Breitbart exclusive, Malliotakis spoke with the strongly conservative news network in late October 2020, where she noted that Rose is a phony "moderate".[369]

Having a problem with profanity usage, Rose told a constituent in his district: "Sir, I thought you were out of your f***ing mind by the way, so don’t worry."[370]

NY-11 Democrat primary

Rose faced no primary challengers in his renomination.[356]

NY-11 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Malliotakis with just under 70% of the vote.[356]

NY-11 General election

Malliotakis defeated Rose in the general election by six percentage points.[357]

Rep. Maloney sought re-election.

NY-12th district

Democrat Carolyn Maloney ran for re-election. Maloney is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus voted for the sham articles of impeachment.

NY-12 Democrat primary

Facing a strong primary challenge, Maloney only managed to win renomination with a plurality of 43% of the vote.[356]

NY-12 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Carlos Santiago-Cano, who ran unopposed.[356]

NY-12 General election

Representing a very liberal district covering part of Manhattan, Maloney handily won re-election to another House term.[357]

NY-14th district

Extreme leftist firebrand Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, an incumbent freshman, faced a tough primary from a well qualified field of 4 challengers in the heavily liberal and Democratic district.[371] Ocasio-Cortez, regarded by many as an idiot on economics, has claimed that unemployment is low "because people are working 60, 70, 80 hours a week and can barely feed their family", a statement that liberal PolitiFact rated as "Pants on Fire!"[372] She published a list of demands by the Black Lives Matter organization to end the violence.[373][374] BLM protesters murdered an 8 year old black girl in Atlanta, Georgia on July 5, 2020.

AOC has admitted that the impeachment coup against Donald Trump was about "preventing a potentially disastrous outcome".[375]

8 Republicans have initially lined up to compete for a seat that until very recently had been written off as a Democrat safe seat for decades.[371]

The district has an estimated 5.6% unemployment[376] (9.1% according to Ballotpedia), compared to the U.S. average of 3.5%.[377] The incumbent Ocasio-Cortez chased away 25,000 jobs from Amazon which was considering re-locating in and around the area.[378] Ocasio-Cortez has been widely criticized by Democrats, Republicans, and media as being a driving force behind the Democratic party's disastrous impeachment sham hoax. Although running as a Democrat, Ocasio-Cortez is a member of Democratic Socialists of America and a founding member of the subversive Justice Democrats which have attempted to take over and destroy the traditional Democratic party.

After the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, Ocasio-Cortez called for court packing.[379]

NY-14 Democrat primary

Ocasio-Cortez ultimately won renomination with 75% of the vote.[356]

NY-14 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by John Cummings, who ran uncontested.[356]

NY-14 General election

Despite being extremely far-left, Ocasio-Cortez won re-election with just under 70% of the vote.[357]

NY-15th district (open)

Democrat José Serrano retired.

NY-15 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Ritchie Torres with a plurality of 32% of the vote.[356] Torres was speculated to become one of the first openly gay Black members of Congress.

NY-15 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Orlando Molina, who ran uncontested.[356]

NY-15 General election

Torres won the general election with nearly 90% of the vote.[357]

NY-16th district

Incumbent Democrat Eliot Engel ran for re-election.

NY-16 Democrat primary

Engel was defeated in the primary. He was caught on a hot mic before a press conference during the George Floyd riots, "If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care."[380] Engel fell to the communist-aligned Jamaal Bowman.[381] The communist-controlled Justice Democrats PAC dropped $620,000 in support of Bowman.[382] Bowman claims “our political and economic system is genocidal.”[383]

No Republican filed to run for the seat.

NY-16 General election

Bowman easily won the general election in the highly liberal district.[357]

NY-17th district (open)

Democrat Nita Lowey retired.

NY-17 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Mondaire Jones,[356] who may be among the first openly gay Black members of Congress. Former Obama official and Trump-Russia hoaxer Evelyn Farkas was defeated in the Democrat primary. Farkas either lied on MSNBC alleging that Donald Trump was a Russian agent or lied under oath in closed-door testimony.[384] According to her sworn testimony, she never saw any credible evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. Farkas finished last with 9%.

NY-17 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Maureen McArdle Schulman with nearly 80% of the vote.[356]

NY-17 General election

Jones won the general election to succeed Lowey with 56% of the vote.[357]

NY-18th district

Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney ran for re-election. Maloney voted for the sham articles of impeachment.

NY-18 Democrat primary

Rep. Maloney was renominated with no primary challengers.[356]

NY-18 Republican primary

Chele Farley won the Republican primary uncontested.[356]

NY-18 General election

Despite the race being considered a safe hold for Maloney, he only won over Farley in the general election by under five points.[357]

NY-19th district

Democrat Antonio Delgado sought reelection. Delgado is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. He was elected in the 2018 Midterms despite being an anti-Semite and anti-Zionist,[385] and has received the support of a Democrat-funded fake "news" site.[386]

Delgado was endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

NY-19 Democrat primary

Delgado won his party's primary election with no challengers.[356]

NY-19 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Kyle Van De Water with nearly 60% of the votes cast.[356]

NY-19 General election

Delgado won re-election with 52% of the vote.[357]

Rep. Stefanik ran for re-election.

NY-21st district

Republican representative Elise Stefanik ran for re-election. Stefanik voted against the impeachment coup.

NY-21 Republican primary

Stefanik faced no primary challengers in her renomination.[356]

NY-21 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Tedra Cobb, who ran uncontested.[356] Cobb has been criticized for ridiculously comparing the usage of the humorous nickname "Taxin' Tedra" by Stefanik to a threatening message the representative received on her car while shopping with her husband in early May 2020.[387] Cobb also attempted to impress veterans by voicing support for legislation already sponsored by Stefanik.[388] She is also noted for having vile supporters who wished death on Donald Trump after the latter had contracted the Wuhan virus.[389]

Cobb has fumbled when asked about her stance on gun control.[390]

NY-21 General election

Representing a mostly conservative district, Stefanik won re-election by over twenty percentage points.[357]

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NY-22nd district

Freshman Democrat Anthony Brindisi ran for re-election. Brindisi voted for the impeachment sham. Despite claiming to stand with police officers,[391] he pushed for ending qualified immunity, a position that would benefit him financially.[392] His Republican opponent Claudia Tenney, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives before being defeated by Brindisi for re-election in the 2018 Midterms amidst a blue wave then, has criticized him for his anti-cop positions,[393] releasing several ads on the matter humorously noting that one "can't spell Brindisi without BS.".[394][395]

Brindisi received an endorsement from the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

NY-22 Democrat primary

Rep. Brindisi won renomination with no primary challengers.[356]

NY-22 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Tenney with just under 60% of the vote.[356]

NY-22 General election

The race has yet to be called; Tenney initially held a strong lead over Brindisi, which eroded after mail-in/absentee ballots were counted. The former representative criticized the election procedures mandated by fascist Democrat governor Andrew Cuomo, noting possible fraud.[396] (see: 2020 Election fraud timeline) This coincided the emerging of ballots "cast" by dead people in the district, as reported by the New York Post.[397] A judge ruled on November 24 that the race was to be delayed.[398] Brindisi led by a mere thirteen votes just a day later,[399] though Tenney retook a lead, currently by under 300 votes.[400]

Rep. Katko ran for re-election.

NY-24th district

Republican John Katko ran for re-election. Katko voted against the impeachment coup. A noted moderate Republican and RINO, he has favored illegal aliens,[401][402][403] pushed for the Equality Act,[404] and voted to remove Civil War-era statues.[405] Unsurprisingly, he has released an ad featuring a Biden-supporting Democrat.[406] While Katko has become more supportive of Donald Trump and endorsed him for the 2020 U.S. presidential election,[407] he insisted that the president is a "knucklehead".[408]

NY-24 Republican primary

Rep. Katko was renominated with no primary challengers.[356]

NY-24 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Dana Balter with 63% of the vote.[356] Strongly anti-Trump, Balter had previously organized a left-wing group to protest the killing of Qassem Soleimani.[409] She also earned several thousand dollars in teaching fees from Kazakhstan's authoritarian regime.[410]

NY-24 Debate

At a debate between Katko and Balter, the latter said that she opposes term limits.[411]

NY-24 General election

Katko won the general election by ten points despite fake polling suggesting a tossup.[357]

NY-27th district (open)

Republican Chris Jacobs ran for re-election to a full House term. He won a special election in mid-2020 to serve the remainder of the term of the disgraced Chris Collins,[412] who pleaded guilty to federal charges over insider trading after resigning.[413] Collins is currently facing jail time, but has pleaded to delay the sentence due to the CCP pandemic.[414]

NY-27 Republican primary

Jacobs won renomination with 60% of the vote.[356]

NY-27 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Nathan McMurray, who ran unopposed.[356]

NY-27 General election

Jacobs easily won the general election.[357]

North Carolina

NC-1st district

Democrat G.K. Butterfield ran for re-election. Butterfield voted for the sham impeachment resolution.

NC-1 Republican primary

Conservative, pro-Trump Republican Sandy Smith initially ran for U.S. Senate in the 2020 Senate race to challenge incumbent RINO Thom Tillis,[415] but later decided to run for the House seat to challenge Butterfield instead. She won the primary held on March 3, 2020, garnering 77% of the vote.[416]

NC-1 General election

While Butterfield won re-election in a very liberal district, he significantly under-performed his previous margins, winning by only an eight-point margin in what was expected to be a safe hold.[417]

NC-2nd district (open seat)

Leftist Deborah Ross ran for the open seat.

Republican George Holding retired,[418] with the reason largely attributed to a redistricting case that moved the seat from representing a Republican stronghold[419] into a highly liberal area.[420]

NC-2 Democrat primary

Deborah Ross won the Democrat primary held on March 3, 2020, garnering 70% of the vote.[416] Ross is a leftist who previously worked for the ACLU, using her position as a lawyer there to argue for providing leniency for a teenager convicted of the brutal rape of a neighbor.[421] She also fought to ban Christmas songs from an elementary school.[422] Having unsuccessfully ran for U.S. Senate in 2016 to challenge RINO Richard Burr, she then held a fundraiser with a lawyer who represented a Taliban terrorist.[423]

NC-4 Republican primary

Robert Thomas won the Republican primary, garnering a plurality of 48.3% of the vote.[416]

NC-4 General election

Despite her past record, Ross easily won the general election by nearly a thirty-point margin in the newly drawn district.[417]

Rep. Walker retired due to redistricting.

NC-6th district (open seat)

Democrat Kathy Manning won the general election to succeed Walker.

Republican representative Mark Walker retired after court-mandated redistricting moved the 6th congressional district of North Carolina from a solidly Republican area[419] into a very liberal section of the state.[420]

NC-6 Republican primary

Lee Haywood won the Republican primary with over 70% of the vote.[416]

NC-6 Democrat primary

Kathy Manning won the Democrat primary with a plurality of 48.4% of the casted votes.[416]

NC-6 General election

Similar to the second district, Manning handily won the general election to succeed Walker.[417]

NC-9th district

Republican Dan Bishop ran for re-election. Bishop voted against the impeachment coup.

NC-9 Democrat primary

Cynthia Wallace won the Democrat primary held on March 3, 2020, garnering 55.9% of the vote.[416]

NC-9 General election

Bishop won the general election by an eleven-point margin.[417]

Rep. Meadows resigned in late March 2020.

NC-11th district (open)

Republican star Madison Cawthorn won the general election.

The seat was vacated by Republican Mark Meadows who resigned to assume the position of White House Chief of Staff, where he has been noted for his extreme ineptitude.

NC-11 Republican primary

Lynda Bennett won the Republican primary with only a plurality of 22.7%, thus triggering a runoff election.[416] The runoff was won by Madison Cawthorn, a young Republican rising star who later spoke at the RNC.[424] He has been subject to left-wing smears[425] and unhinged vandals targeting his home.[426]

NC-11 Democrat primary

Democrat Moe Davis on the primary with a plurality of 47.4%.[416]

NC-11 General election

Despite fake election ratings and polling suggesting a close race, Cawthorn easily won the general election over the bigoted[427] Davis by over ten points in the strongly Republican district.[417] Following the announcement of his victory, he humorously tweeted: "Cry more, lib."[428]

NC-12th district

Democrat Alma Adams ran for re-election. Adams is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the sham impeachment resolution.

NC-12 Democrat primary

Rep. Adams faced a primary challenged Keith Cradle, and easily won with 88.1% of the vote.[416] No Republican filed to run for the seat.

NC-12 General election

Facing no opponents, Adams won uncontested.[417]

North Dakota (At-large)

Conservative Republican Kelly Armstrong, the U.S. representative from North Dakota's at-large district, ran for re-election in 2020.[429] Armstrong voted against the impeachment sham resolutions.

ND Republican primary

Rep. Armstrong won renomination with no primary challengers.[430]

ND Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Zach Raknerud with 62% of the vote.[430]

ND General election

Armstrong easily won re-election with almost 70% of the vote.[431]

Ohio

Rep. Chabot sought re-election.

OH-1st district

Establishment globalist Republican Steve Chabot ran for re-election. Chabot voted against the impeachment coup.

OH-1 Republican primary

Rep. Chabot won his party's primary uncontested.[432]

OH-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kate Schroder with 68% of the vote.[432] Having a case of Romnesia, Schroder has flip-flopped over the Green New Deal.[433]

OH-1 General election

Despite fake election ratings and polling that suggested a potential flip, Chabot held his seat by a six-point margin.[434]

Movement conservative Jim Jordan ran for re-election to another House term.

OH-4th district

Anti-establishment Republican Jim Jordan ran for re-election. Jordan voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

OH-4 Republican primary

Jordan was renominated with no primary challengers.[432]

OH-4 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Shannon Freshour with a plurality of 47.5% of the vote.[432]

OH-4 General election

Jordan easily won re-election with nearly 70% of the vote.[434]

OH-9th district

Rep. Marcy Kaptur, who was implicated in the Biden-Ukraine scandal, ran for re-election. Kaptur colluded with DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa to push the phony Trump-Russia narrative in early 2016.[435] She voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump.

OH-9 Democrat primary

Kaptur was renominated with 91% of the vote.[432]

OH-9 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Rob Weber, who garnered 60% of the vote.[432]

OH-9 General election

Kaptur won re-election by over twenty points.[434]

OH-10th district

Republican representative Mike Turner ran for re-election. Turner against the sham articles of impeachment.

In an interview with Breitbart News Network in late October 2020, Rep. Turner warned of a potential Biden presidency slashing worker pensions.[436]

OH-10 Republican primary

Turner was easily renominated in the Republican primary with over 80% of the votes cast.[432]

OH-10 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Desiree Tims with 70% of the vote.[432]

OH-10 General election

Turner won re-election with 58% of the votes cast.[434]

OH-11th district

Democrat Marcia Fudge ran for re-election. Fudge is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolutions.

OH-11 Democrat primary

Fudge won renomination with 91% of the votes cast.[432]

OH-11 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Laverne Gore with just under half of the votes cast.[432]

OH-11 General election

Fudge won the general election easily, representing a very liberal area.[434]

OH-12th district

Republican Troy Balderson ran for re-election. Rep. Balderson voted against the impeachment coup.

OH-12 Republican primary

Balderson won his party's primary election with over 80% of the vote.[432]

OH-12 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Alaina Shearer with just under 60% of the votes cast.[432]

OH-12 General election

Balderson won re-election, defeating Shearer by a thirteen-point margin.[434]

OH-13th district

Failed presidential candidate Tim Ryan ran for re-election to another House term. Ryan voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump.

OH-13 Democrat primary

Rep. Ryan was easily renominated with no primary challengers.[432]

OH-13 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Christina Hagan with 66% of the votes cast.[432]

OH-13 General election

Rep. Ryan won the general election by an eight-point margin.[434]

Oklahoma

Rep. Horn ran for re-election.

OK-5th district

Democrat Kendra Horn sought re-election to a second House term. Horn voted for the impeachment sham despite being warned by constituents over the matter.[437] Having faced an uphill battle running in a district that voted for President Trump in 2016 by over 10 points,[Citation Needed] her campaign was bolstered with ads spent in hundreds of thousands of dollars by super PACs despite previously denouncing money in politics.[438] She has also been backed by a dark money group spending additional hundreds of thousands of dollars to attempt saving her from defeat.[439]

Stephanie Bice won the general election.

Horn was backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

OK-5 Democrat primary

Horn was renominated with 86% of the vote.[440]

OK-5 Republican primary

No Republican initially won a majority of the votes in the heavily contested primary to challenge Rep. Horn, with Terry Neese finishing in first place at a plurality of 36.5% of the vote and Stephanie Bice finishing second at 25%.[440] In the runoff held on August 25, 2020, Bice won with 53% of the votes cast.[440]

OK-5 General election

Despite Democrats and liberal super PACs heavily backing Horn, she lost to Bice in the general election by four points.[441]

Oregon

Rep. Walden retired.

OR-2nd district

Moderate Republican Greg Walden did not seek re-election in 2020.

OR-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary held in May 2020 was won by state senator Cliff Bentz, who garnered just over 30% of the vote in a heavily contested election.[442] An ardent opponent of the liberal "cap and trade" agenda, Bentz received strong attention in mid-2019 when he and other state senators temporarily fled Oregon to deny Democrat colleagues from obtaining a quorum needed to pass a partisan environmental bill favored by far-leftists.[443]

OR-2 Democrat primary

Alex Spenser won the Democrat primary with just under 33% of the vote.[442]

OR-2 General election

Bentz won the general election to succeed Walden by over twenty points.[444]

Rep. DeFazio ran for re-election.

OR-4th district

Alek Skarlatos, the hero who helped fend off the terrorist on the 2015 Thalys train attack, unsuccessfully ran to unseat DeFazio.

Democrat representative Peter DeFazio ran for re-election. DeFazio, a liberal career politician, is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the sham impeachment resolutions.

OR-4 Democrat primary

Rep. DeFazio won his party's primary held in May 2020 with nearly 85% of the vote.[442]

OR-4 Republican primary

Former Oregon National Guard soldier Alek Skarlatos ran for and won the Republican primary with almost 90% of the vote over opponent Nelson Ijih.[442] Skarlatos, who heroically disarmed a suspected jihadist with an AK-47, has been harshly attacked by liberal media sources.[445]

OR-4 General election

Despite Skarlato's strong campaign challenging DeFazio, the latter won re-election by five percentage points,[444] though the representative significantly under-performed past victory margins.

OR-5th district

Kurt Schrader, the Democrat representative from Oregon's 5th congressional district, ran for re-election. Schrader voted in favor of the impeachment sham resolutions.

OR-5 Democrat primary

Rep. Schrader won the Democrat primary held on May 19, 2020 with 70% of the vote.[442]

OR-5 Republican primary

Republican Amy Ryan Courser won the respective primary with 54% of the vote.[442]

OR-5 General election

Despite the seat being considered a safe hold, Schrader only won re-election by seven points.[444]

Pennsylvania

RINO Brian Fitzpatrick ran for re-election.

PA-1st district

Moderate RINO[446] Brian Fitzpatrick ran for re-election. While largely anti-Trump, Fitzpatrick voted against the sham articles of impeachment. Strongly anti-Second Amendment, his bid is endorsed by a top gun control group.[447] He faced a strong challenge from left-wing Democrat Christina Finello, who ran on a campaign falsely accusing the representative of supposedly being very partisan.

The congressional district covers the entirety of Bucks County, a mostly urban/suburban district that favors establishmentarians, having swung for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by one point while also favoring Pat Toomey in his re-election bid then by five points.[448]

PA-1 Republican primary

Rep. Fitzpatrick was renominated with 60% of the vote in the Republican primary, defeating his much more conservative and pro-Trump[449] challenger Andy Meehan by only 20 points,[450] under-performing in comparison to most House Republican incumbents who easily won their primaries by landslide margins.

PA-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Finello with 78% of the vote.[450]

PA-1 Debate

At the debate between Fitzpatrick and Finello held in early October 2020, Finello attempted to paint the representative as highly partisan, which was refuted by the former, who touted his record overall as being "bipartisan".[451]

PA-1 General election

Despite some who suggested a very close race and a possible flip, Fitzpatrick handily retained his seat by a margin of over ten points.[452] Likely having been able to appeal to many moderate voters given his record, he significantly outperformed Donald Trump in the area.[453]

PA-4th district

Democrat representative Madeleine Dean ran for re-election. Dean is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump. An outspoken deceitful liberal, she falsely suggested that Trump "seems to cheer" white supremacy.[454]

PA-4 Democrat primary

Rep. Dean won renomination with no primary challengers.[450]

PA-4 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Kathy Barnette, who ran uncontested.[450]

PA-4 General election

Dean won re-election by a nineteen-point margin.[452]

PA-5th district

Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon ran for re-election. Scanlon is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment sham resolutions.

PA-5 Democrat primary

Rep. Scanlon won the Democrat primary unopposed.[450]

PA-5 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Dasha Pruett, who garnered 61.5% of the vote.[450]

PA-5 General election

Scanlon won re-election by nearly a thirty-point margin.[452]

Rep. Houlahan ran for re-election.

PA-6th district

Democrat Chrissy Houlahan, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] ran for re-election. Houlahan voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment. According to a watchdog report, one of her companies had ties with Chinese sweatshops abusing workers.[455] A bait and switch-pulling liberal, Houlahan ran a 2018 campaign keeping distance from Nancy Pelosi[456] though quickly voicing support for her as House speaker once elected.[457] Despite such, her seat was considered to be a safe hold due to redistricting in 2018 that made the 6th congressional district much more liberal.[458]

PA-6 Democrat primary

Rep. Houlahan won her party's primary election unopposed.[450]

PA-6 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by John Emmons, who ran uncontested.[450]

PA-6 General election

Houlahan won re-election over Emmons by a twelve-point margin despite her past record.[452]

PA-7th district

Democrat Susan Wild sought reelection. Wild is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment sham. She was elected in the 2018 Midterms in both the special and general elections to succeed anti-Trump Republican representative Charlie Dent, who resigned on May 12, 2018.

The congressional district currently is liberal-leaning, having been redistricted from a previous map where its bizarre shape then had resembled Disney character Goofy kicking Donald Duck.[459][460]

PA-7 Democrat primary

Wild was unopposed in her party's primary election.[450]

PA-7 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Lisa Scheller with 52% of the vote.[450]

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PA-8th district

Democrat Matt Cartwright sought reelection. Cartwright is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and a sponsor of the socialist Medicare for All bill. He voted for the impeachment sham resolutions. Cartwright's Republican challenger Jim Bognet has noted him to be "out of touch" with his congressional district amidst the 2020 Leftwing riots[461] and especially for being open to de-funding local Pennsylvania police departments.[462] Bognet also released an ad inviting residents of Portland, Oregon to move to the district amidst far-left riots in the Democrat-run city.[463] It was noted that the district had become more Republican-leaning.[464]

In an interview with Breitbart News Network in late October 2020, Bognet said:[465]

Matt, we are going to win this seat on Tuesday, and northeastern Pennsylvania is going to deliver a huge majority for President Trump and allow him to win Pennsylvania.

PA-8 Democrat primary

Cartwright ran unopposed in the Democrat primary.[450]

PA-8 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Bognet in a strongly contested race with a plurality of 28% of the vote.[450]

PA-8 General election

Despite Bognet's strong candidacy, he lost to the incumbent Cartwright by just around four points.[452]

PA-10th district

Conservative Republican Scott Perry ran for re-election. A member of the House Freedom Caucus, Perry voted against the impeachment coup.

PA-10 Republican primary

Rep. Perry won renomination uncontested.[450]

PA-10 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary election was won by Eugene DePasquale with 59% of the vote.[450] The current Pennsylvania Auditor General serving alongside corrupt leftist governor Tom Wolf, DePasquale illegally used over one hundred thousand dollars to boost his campaign.[466] Despite having conducted an audit in September 2020 into Wolf's actions, he was suspected to have been ethically compromised after the left-wing governor donated several thousand dollars to his congressional campaign.[467]

PA-10 General election

Despite some who suggested a tossup, Perry won re-election with 53% of the vote in a crucial hold for Republicans.[452]

Rep. Reschenthaler ran for re-election.

PA-14th district

Republican Guy Reschenthaler ran for re-election. Reschenthaler voted against the impeachment coup.

PA-14 Republican primary

Rep. Reschenthaler won the Republican primary uncontested.[450]

PA-14 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Bill Marx, who ran unopposed.[450]

PA-14 General election

Representing a mostly conservative, Republican-favoring area, Reschenthaler won re-election with 65% of the vote.[452]

PA-16th district

Republican Mike Kelly ran for re-election. Rep. Kelly voted against the impeachment sham.

PA-16 Republican primary

Kelly won his party's primary election unopposed.[450]

PA-16 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Kristy Gnibus, who ran uncontested.[450]

PA-16 General election

Rep. Kelly won re-election by almost a margin of almost twenty percentage points.[452]

Rep. Lamb ran for re-election.

PA-17th district

Establishment Democrat Conor Lamb sought re-election. Lamb voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment. He was noted by President Trump in late May 2020 as an "American fraud"[468] after holding a liberal voting record despite campaigning on a more moderate, pragmatic platform that included praising Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs.[469] In July 2020, Lamb's brother, who managed his campaign, said that Republican opponent Sean Parnell should "burn in hell and die".[470] An intern for Lamb in late October 2020 was caught intimidating voters.[471] The "moderate" representative has voted with the Squad around 90% of the time.[472]

PA-17 Democrat primary

Rep. Lamb was renominated with no primary challengers.[450]

PA-17 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Parnell, who ran unopposed.[450]

PA-17 General election

Lamb won re-election very narrowly by a two-point margin over Parnell.[452]

South Carolina

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SC-1st district

Democrat Joe Cunningham ran for reelection. Cunningham voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Representing a district that voted for Donald Trump by over 10 points in the 2016 U.S. presidential election,[Citation Needed] he faced an uphill battle in his bid for a second House term, having faced a strong challenge from conservative state representative Nancy Mace.

Cunningham received the backing of the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

A liberal hypocrite, Cunningham has publicly denounced lobbyists yet registered as one to bolster a Florida yacht club.[473]

SC-1 Democrat primary

Cunningham won renomination with no primary challengers.[474]

SC-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Mace with 57.5% of the votes cast.[474]

SC-1 General election

Cunningham lost the general election to Mace by a very narrow margin of one percentage point.[475]

Rep. Wilson ran for re-election to another House term.

SC-2nd district

Republican Joe Wilson sought re-election. Wilson voted against the impeachment coup.

SC-2 Republican primary

The Democrat primary was won by Adair Boroughs, who ran uncontested.[474]

SC-2 General election

Wilson won the general election by thirteen points.[475]

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Rep. Clyburn ran for re-election to another House term.

SC-6th district

Establishment Democrat James Clyburn ran for re-election. Clyburn voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment.

SC-6 Democrat primary

Rep. Clyburn won renomination unopposed.[474]

SC-6 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by John McCollumm, who ran unopposed.[474]

SC-6 General election

Representing an extremely liberal district, Clyburn won re-election by nearly forty points.[475]

South Dakota (At-large)

Dusty Johnson, the conservative representative from South Dakota's at-large district, ran for re-election to a second House term.[476]

SD Republican primary

Rep. Johnson was easily renominated in his party's primary with three-quarters of the votes cast.[477] No Democrat filed to run for the seat.

SD General election

Facing no major challenge, Johnson easily won the general election.[478]

Tennessee

TN-1st district (open)

Republican Phil Roe retired.

TN-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Diana Harshbarger with a plurality of 19% of the vote in a heavily contested race.[479]

TN-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Blair Walsingham with 53% of the vote.[479]

TN-1 General election

Harshbarger easily won the general election with three-quarters of the vote.[480]

TN-3rd district

Republican representative Chuck Fleischmann ran for re-election. Fleischmann voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

TN-3 Republican primary

Rep. Flesichmann was renominated with no primary challengers.[479]

TN-3 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary election was won by Meg Gorman, who ran unopposed.

TN-3 General election

Fleischmann easily won re-election with 67% of the votes cast.[480]

TN-8th district

Republican David Kustoff ran for re-election. Kustoff voted against the impeachment coup.

TN-8 Republican primary

Kustoff won renomination with no primary challengers.[479]

TN-8 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Erika Pearson with just over half of the votes cast.[479]

TN-8 General election

Representing a largely conservative area, Kustoff easily won re-election with nearly 70% of the vote.[480]

TN-9th district

Democrat Steve Cohen ran for re-election. Cohen is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump.

TN-9 Democrat primary

Cohen won renomination with 84% of the vote.[479]

TN-9 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Charlotte Bergmann, who ran unopposed.[479]

TN-9 General election

Rep. Cohen won re-election with 77% of the vote over Bergman.[480]

Texas

TX-1st district

Louie Gohmert, the Republican representative from Texas' first district, ran for re-election to another House term. An anti-establishment conservative, Gohmert introduced a bill in late July 2020 to ban the Democratic Party over their historical support for slavery.[481]

TX-1 Republican primary

Rep. Gohmert was renominated with almost 90% of the vote in the Republican primary.[482]

TX-1 General election

Gohmert won re-election with 73% of the vote.[483]

Rep. Crenshaw ran for re-election.

TX-2nd district

The red flag law-supporting[484] Moderate Republican Dan Crenshaw ran for re-election to a second House term. He has justified the neocon agenda of endless wars[485] and caved into politically correct demands to remove Civil War-era statues.[486]

TX-2 Democrat primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes casted in the Democrat primary, with Sima Ladjevardian obtaining a plurality of 47.6%.[482] As a result, a runoff will soon follow under Texas law.

TX-2 General election

While some, especially in the media, considered the House seat to be vulnerable, Crenshaw won re-election by a thirteen-point margin.[483]

TX-3rd district

Republican representative Van Taylor ran for re-election.

TX-3 Democrat primary

No candidate won a majority in the Democrat primary, with Lulu Seikaly garnering a plurality of 44.5%,[482] thus triggering a runoff.

TX-3 General election

Despite some who anticipated a close race and a possible flip for the Democrats, Rep. Taylor won re-election by over ten points.[483]

TX-4th district (open)

The seat was vacated by Republican John Ratcliffe, who was successfully nominated by President Trump to become the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

TX-4 General election

Republican candidate Pat Fallon won the general election in a landslide to succeed Ratcliffe.[483]

TX-5th district

Republican Lance Gooden ran for re-election. Gooden voted against the Democrat sham impeachment against Donald Trump.

TX-5 Republican primary

Gooden easily won the Republican primary held on March 3, 2020, garnering over 80% of the vote.[482]

TX-5 General election

Gooden won re-election handily.[483]

TX-6th district

Republican representative Ron Wright ran for re-election. Rep. Wright voted against the impeachment coup.

TX-6 General election

Wright won re-election by nine points.[483]

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TX-7th district

Lizzie Fletcher, the Democrat representative from Texas' 7th district, ran for re-election to a second House term. Fletcher voted for the sham impeachment resolution.

Fletcher was backed by the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

TX-7 Republican primary

Wesley Hunt won the Republican primary with 61% of the votes casted.[482] He has been noted by the Washington Free Beacon as a "rising GOP star".[487]

TX-7 General election

Despite Hunt's strong candidacy as well as the district having previously been more Republican-favoring, Fletcher won the general election by a close margin of three points.[483]

TX-9th district

The far-left Democrat Al Green ran for re-election. Green pushed for and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against President Trump. He has been caught on MSNBC voicing concerns that if Trump isn't impeached, "he will get re-elected."[488]

TX-9 Democrat primary

Rep. Green easily won the primary held on March 3, 2020, garnering over 80% of the votes casted.[482]

TX-9 Republican primary

Devout Christian and pastor Johnny Teague won the Republican primary, obtaining 58.6% of the vote.[482]

TX-9 General election

Representing a very liberal district, Green won re-election very easily with over 75%, almost 80% of the vote over Teague.[483]

TX-10th district

Establishment globalist Republican Michael McCaul is running for re-election. McCaul voted against the impeachment hoax. A strong critic of the CCP, the regime has targeted him with a coordinated disinformation campaign.[489]

TX-10 Democrat primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes casted in the Democrat primary, with Mike Siegel obtaining a plurality of 44%,[482] thus triggering a runoff. Siegel has defended far-left terrorist William Ayers.[490]

TX-10 General election

Despite the race being expected to be close, with the Cook Political Report quickly changing its rating for the election from "Lean R" to "tossup" right before Election Day, McCaul managed to hold his seat by a seven-point margin.[483]

TX-11th district (open)

Rep. Mike Conaway, the Republican from Texas' 11th district, retired.

TX-11 Republican primary

August Pfluger won the Republican primary with just over 52% of the vote.[482]

TX-11 General election

Pfluger easily won the general election with eighty percent of the vote.[483]

TX-13th district (open)

Republican representative Mac Thornberry retired.

TX-13 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority in the Republican primary, with Josh Winegarner obtaining a plurality of 38.8%.[482] The runoff was ultimately won by Ronny Jackson.

TX-13 Democrat primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the Democrat primary, with Gus Trujillo garnering a plurality of 42.2% of the votes.[482]

TX-13 General election

Jackson won the general election in a landslide.[483]

TX-16th district

Democrat Veronica Escobar ran for re-election. Escobar is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup. She has previously been mentioned as a potential VP pick for Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden.[491]

TX-16 Republican primary

No candidate obtained a majority of the votes in the primary, with Sam Williams garnering a plurality of 31.2%.[482]

TX-16 General election

Escobar won re-election with 65% of the vote.[483]

TX-17th district (open)

Republican representative Bill Flores retired.

TX-17 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the Republican primary, with former representative Pete Sessions obtaining a plurality at 31.6%.[482]

TX-17 Democrat primary

No candidate obtained a majority of the votes casted in the Democrat primary, with Rick Kennedy garnering a plurality at just under 48%.[482]

TX-17 General election

Sessions won the general election by a fifteen-point margin to succeed Flores.[483]

TX-18th district

Incumbent Sheila Jackson Lee sought re-election.

TX-18 Republican primary

Wendell Champion won the Republican primary with more than 70% of the vote.[482]

TX-18 Democrat primary

Sheila Jackson Lee easily won the primary election with over 80% of the vote.[482]

TX-18 General election

Far-left Democrat representative Sheila Jackson Lee was easily re-elected by over 50 points.

TX-20th district

The left-wing, fascist, extremist Democrat Joaquin Castro sought re-election. Castro voted for the impeachment sham resolution.

TX-20 Democrat primary

Castro was easily re-nominated, obtaining over 90% of the vote in the Democrat primary.[482]

TX-20 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the Republican primary,[482] thus triggering a runoff.

TX-20 General election

Castro won re-election by around thirty points.[483]

Rep. Chip Roy ran for re-election to a second House term.

TX-21st district

Republican Chip Roy ran for re-election. Roy voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

TX-21 Democrat primary

Far-leftist Wendy Davis, who unsuccessfully ran for governor in 2014, won the Democrat primary held on March 3, 2020.[482] Extremely radical, she has advocated for allowing late-term abortion while in the state Senate, for which she was called out by Roy.[492] Unsurprisingly, her campaign was backed by George Soros.[493] She has campaigned indoors[494] despite such events considered to be at a higher risk of spreading COVID-19.[495]

TX-21 General election

Despite many who viewed the race as a likely flip for the Democrats, Roy won re-election by seven points.[483]

TX-22nd district (open)

Rep. Pete Olson retired.

Republican Troy Nehls won the general election to succeed Olson.

TX-22 Republican primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the Republican primary, with Troy Nehls winning just over 40% of the votes casted.[482] A runoff soon followed, where Nehls won with the backing of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[496] Despite having previously voiced support for President Trump and his policies, Nehls removed all mention of such from his campaign website after receiving the nomination.[497]

TX-22 Democrat primary

Extremist liberal Sri Kulkarni, who has been arrested over cocaine,[498] won the Democrat primary with 53.1% of the vote.[482]

TX-22 General election

Nehls, who is moderate toward Trump[499] and did not respond to the president's wholehearted endorsement,[497] won the general election to succeed Olson with just over 51% of the votes cast.[483][500]

Rep. Will Hurd retired.

TX-23rd district (open)

Tony Gonzales won the general election to succeed Hurd.

Anti-Trump RINO Will Hurd retired.

TX-23 Republican primary

No Republican won a majority of the votes in the primary, with Navy officer and cryptologist Tony Gonzales obtaining a plurality of only 28.1%.[482]

TX-23 Democrat primary

Leftist Gina Ortiz Jones won the Democrat primary with 66.8% of the votes cast.[482] Jones unsuccessfully challenged Rep. Hurd in the 2018 Midterms, losing by a close margin despite having her campaign bankrolled then by Nancy Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren.[501] She received the backing of the "Human Rights Campaign" in her run for the open seat.[502]

TX-23 General election

Despite the fact that every election rating aside from RCP rated the race as "Lean D", Gonzales defeated Ortiz Jones in an upset victory to retain the seat for the Republicans.[483] Politico, which endorsed Jones' bid, attributed her defeat along with that of other House Democrats in the cycle to poor campaign strategies.[503]

Republican Beth Van Duyne ran to succeed retiring Rep. Marchant.

TX-24th district (open)

Rep. Kenny Marchant retired.

TX-24 Republican primary

Beth Van Duyne, a former mayor of Irving, Texas, won the Republican primary with 64.3% of the vote.[482]

TX-24 Democrat primary

No candidate won a majority of the votes in the Democrat primary, with Kim Olson obtaining just over 40% of the vote.[482]

TX-24 General election

Despite the seat being viewed as a likely flip, with the Cook Political Report changing its rating from "tossup" to "Lean D" right before Election Day, Van Duyne defeated Valenzuela in the general election by one percentage point.[483]

TX-25th district

Republican Roger Williams from Texas' 25th district ran for re-election. Williams voted against the impeachment coup.

TX-25 Republican primary

Rep. Williams was re-nominated with over 80% of the vote.[482]

TX-25 Democrat primary

Julie Oliver won the Democrat primary, obtaining nearly 70% of the vote.[482] She has been praised by far-leftist Elizabeth Warren for calling for a 90% tax rate on super PAC donations.[504]

TX-25 General election

Williams won re-election by over ten points.[483]

TX-32nd district

Democrat Colin Allred ran for re-election. Allred voted for the impeachment sham.

Allred received the endorsement of the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

TX-32 Republican primary

Genevieve Collins won the Republican primary with 52.6% of the vote.[482]

TX-32 General election

Representing an increasingly liberal district, Allred won re-election by six percentage points.[483]

Utah

UT-1st district (open)

Republican representative Rob Bishop retired.

UT-1 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Blake Moore with a plurality of 31% of the votes cast.[505]

UT-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Darren Parry with just over half of the votes cast.[505]

UT-1 General election

Moore won the general election with just under 70% of the vote to succeed Bishop.[506]

Rep. McAdams ran for re-election.

UT-4th district

Freshman Democrat Ben McAdams sought re-election in a mostly Republican district to a second House term. McAdams voted for the impeachment sham resolution. Despite campaigning in 2018 as being strongly pro-life,[507] he was noted for having made pro-abortion votes while previously serving in the Utah Senate, and currently only has a "D" rating from the Susan B. Anthony List.[508] Having faced a strong challenge from conservative football player Burgess Owens, a black Republican, McAdams's election was considered a "tossup".

The New York Slimes has published an article claiming that Owens took illegal campaign contributions, which he rebuked.[509]

McAdams received the endorsement of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.

UT-4 Democrat primary

McAdams won renomination with no primary challengers.[505]

UT-4 Republican primary

The heavily contested Republican primary was won by Owens with 43.5% of the vote.[505]

UT-4 General election

Following many days past Election Day, Owens was declared the winner of the race, defeating McAdams by one percentage point.[506]

Vermont (At-large)

Peter Welch, the left-wing[510] representative from Vermont's at-large district, ran for re-election. Welch is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump.

VT Democrat primary

Rep. Welch easily won renomination with 96% of the votes cast in the Democrat primary.[511]

VT Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Miriam Berry with 34% of the vote.[511]

VT General election

Welch handily won re-election.[512]

Virginia

VA-1st district

Republican representative Robert Wittman of Virginia's 1st congressional district ran for re-election. Wittman voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

VA-1 Republican primary

Wittman won his party's primary uncontested.[513]

VA-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Qasim Rashid with 53% of the vote.[513]

VA-1 General election

Wittman handily won re-election to another House term.[514]

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VA-2nd district

Establishment Democrat Elaine Luria, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] ran for re-election. Luria voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment. A hypocrite, she talked tough on China over national security concerns despite investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a major Chinese company.[515] Among the Gang of Nine, she has been portrayed by the establishment media as being "moderate"[516][517] despite holding a voting record as liberal as most of her colleagues.

Luria received the endorsement of the globalist Chamber of Commerce.[33]

VA-2 Democrat primary

Rep. Luria won her party's primary election with no challengers.[513]

VA-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Scott Taylor with 48% of the votes cast.[513]

VA-2 General election

Luria won the general election to a second House term by a margin of six percentage points.[514]

Bob Good won the Republican convention in a surprise upset.

VA-5th district

Republican representative Denver Riggleman ran for re-election. Riggleman voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

VA-5 Republican convention

Riggleman lost renomination to his more conservative challenger Bob Good in the district convention;[518] this was after he officiated a same-sex "wedding"[519] and had been criticized by Good for favoring an increase in legal immigration levels,[520] a measure contrary to President Trump's America First priorities. After losing, Riggleman blamed "voting irregularities and ballot stuffing".[521] He also had reportedly threatened his House predecessor Tom Garrett for supporting Good in the convention.[522]

After his upset defeat, Riggleman joined Democrat Tom Malinowski in introducing a resolution to condemn QAnon.[523]

VA-5 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Cameron Webb with 66.5% of the vote.[513] Webb has acted as an apologist for far-leftists seeking to defund the police.[524]

VA-5 General election

Despite fake election ratings which anticipated a "tossup" and a possible flip for the Democrats, Good won the general election by five points.[514]

VA-6th district

Republican Ben Cline ran for re-election. Cline voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

VA-6 Republican primary

Cline won renomination with no primary challengers.[513]

VA-6 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Nicholas Betts, who ran uncontested.[Citation Needed]

VA-6 General election

Cline easily won re-election.[514]

Rep. Spanberger ran for re-election.

VA-7th district

Establishment Democrat Abigail Spanberger, a member of the Gang of Nine,[82] sought re-election. Rep. Spanberger voted in favor of the impeachment coup. After defeating then-incumbent Republican David Brat in being elected during the 2018 Midterms[525] partially due to redistricting that made the seventh congressional district more liberal,[526] Spanberger proved to be left-wing and anti-Trump despite campaigning on a much more moderate platform.

Spanberger received the backing of the Chamber of Commerce.[33]

VA-7 Democrat primary

Spanberger won renomination with no primary challengers.[513]

VA-7 Republican convention

The Republican convention was won by Nick Freitas.[Citation Needed] A combat veteran who fought in the Middle East, he called out Spanberger for touting the Iran nuclear deal.[527]

VA-7 General election

Spanberger won re-election by a very narrow margin of just under two percentage points.[514]

VA-10th district

Democrat Jennifer Wexton ran for re-election. Wexton voted for the sham articles of impeachment. A freshman representative, she was elected during the 2018 Midterms in an affluent district neighboring the swamp amidst a blue wave, defeating establishment Republican then-incumbent Barbara Comstock by over ten points.[528] President Trump noted that Comstock "didn't have any embrace" towards him.[529] Despite being very liberal[530] and despite the establishment media[531][532] in addition to Wikipedia[533] claiming that Wexton is a "moderate", she has voted with her party line nearly all the time.[534]

VA-10 Democrat primary

Wexton won her party's primary uncontested.[513]

VA-10 Republican convention

The Republican convention was won by Aliscia Andrews.[Citation Needed]

VA-10 General election

Representing an increasingly liberal district, Wexton won the general election over Andrews by over ten points.[514]

Rep. Connolly ran for re-election.

VA-11th district

Democrat Gerry Connolly ran for re-election. Connolly voted for the sham articles of impeachment.

VA-11 Democrat primary

Rep. Connolly won his party's primary with 78% of the vote.[513]

VA-11 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Manga Anantatmula.[Citation Needed]

VA-11 General election

Connolly easily won re-election.[514]

Washington

Under Washington state law, all candidates running for Congress compete in a single primary election irrespective of party, with the top two proceeding to the ballot for the general election.

Rep. Herrera Beutler ran for re-election.

WA-3rd district

Republican representative Jaime Herrera Beutler ran for re-election. Herrera Beutler voted against the sham articles of impeachment. She faced a challenge from Democrat Carolyn Long, who has attacked the mostly conservative representative over alleged ties to Big Pharma, yet hypocritically relies on such financially.[535]

WA-3 Republican primary

Rep. Herrera Beutler won renomination with 56% of the vote; finishing in second place was Long with 40% of the vote.[536]

WA-3 General election

Despite fake election ratings which suggested a close race, Herrera Beutler won by a margin of over ten points.[537]

WA-5th district

Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers ran for re-election. McMorris Rodgers voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

WA-5 primary

Rep. McMorris Rodgers won renomination with 53% of the vote;[536] finished second place was Democrat Dave Wilson with 24% of the votes cast.[536]

WA-5 General election

McMorris Rodgers easily won re-election with 61% of the vote.[537]

WA-6th district

Democrat Derek Kilmer sought re-election. Kilmer voted for the impeachment coup.

WA-6 primary

Kilmer won renomination in first place with 47% of the vote;[536] finished second was Elizabeth Kreiselmaier at 27%.

WA-6 General election

Kilmer handily won re-election with 59% of the vote.[537]

Rep. Jayapal ran for re-election.

WA-7th district

Far-left Democrat Pramila Jayapal ran for re-election. Jayapal is a co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup against Donald Trump.

WA-7 primary

Jayapal won renomination with 80% of the vote in the primary;[536] finishing second place was Republican candidate Craig Keller at 8%.

WA-7 General election

Representing an extremely liberal district, Jayapal won re-election with 83% of the vote.[537]

WA-8th district

Democrat Kim Schrier ran for re-election. Schrier voted for the sham articles of impeachment.

WA-8 primary

Rep. Schrier won renomination in first place with a plurality of 43% of the vote;[536] finishing second place was Jesse Jensen at 20%.[536]

WA-8 General election

Schrier won re-election narrowly by four percentage points.[537]

WA-10th district (open)

Democrat Denny Heck retired.

WA-10 primary

Finishing first place in the primary was Democrat Marilyn Strickland at 20% of the vote;[536] finishing second place was Beth Doglio, also a Democrat candidate.

WA-10 General election

Strickland won the general election with 58% of the vote.[537]

West Virginia

WV-1st district

Republican David McKinley ran for re-election. McKinley voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

WV-1 Republican primary

McKinley won renomination uncontested.[538]

WV-1 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Natalie Cline with 74% of the votes cast.[538]

WV-1 General election

McKinley handily won re-election.[539]

WV-2nd district

Republican representative Alex Mooney sought re-election. Mooney voted against the impeachment coup.

WV-2 Republican primary

Mooney won renomination over a primary challenger with 72% of the vote.[538]

WV-2 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Cathy Kunkel, who ran uncontested.[538]

WV-2 General election

Mooney won re-election by over twenty-five points.[539]

WV-3rd district

Republican Carol Miller ran for re-election. Rep. Miller voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

WV-3 Republican primary

Miller won renomination with 70% of the vote.[538]

WV-3 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Hilary Turner with a plurality of 29.5% of the vote.[538]

WV-3 General election

Rep. Miller easily won re-election with 71% of the vote.[539]

Wisconsin

WI-2nd district

Democrat Mark Pocan ran for re-election. Pocan is a co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted for the impeachment coup.

WI-2 Democrat primary

Pocan won his party's primary uncontested.[540]

WI-2 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Peter Theron, who ran unopposed.[540]

WI-2 General election

Pocan easily won re-election by almost a forty-point margin, representing a very liberal district.[541]

WI-3rd district

Democrat Ron Kind ran for re-election. Kind voted in favor of the sham articles of impeachment.

WI-3 Democrat primary

Rep. Kind won renomination with 81% of the vote.[540]

WI-3 Republican primary

Derrick Van Order won the Republican primary with 66% of the votes cast.[540]

WI-3 General election

Kind won re-election by three points.[541]

WI-4th district

Democrat Gwen Moore ran for re-election. Moore is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and voted in favor of the impeachment coup.

WI-4 Democrat primary

Rep. Moore won renomination with no primary challengers.[540]

WI-4 Republican primary

The Republican primary was won by Tim Rogers with 50% of the vote.[540]

WI-4 General election

Moore easily won re-election.[541]

WI-7th district

Republican Tom Tiffany ran for re-election to a full House term.

WI-7 Republican primary

Rep. Tiffany won renomination with no primary challengers.[540]

WI-7 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Tricia Zunker, who ran unopposed.[540]

WI-7 General election

Tiffany easily won the general election by around a twenty-point margin.[541]

WI-8th district

Republican Mike Gallagher ran for re-election to another House term. Gallagher voted against the sham articles of impeachment.

WI-8 Republican primary

Rep. Gallagher won renomination with no primary challengers.[540]

WI-8 Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Amanda Stuck, who ran unopposed.[540]

WI-8 General election

Gallagher easily won re-election to another House term.[541]

Wyoming (At-large)

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Rep. Cheney ran for re-election.

Liz Cheney, the neocon Republican representative from Wyoming's at-large district, ran for re-election to a third House term.[542] She was previously a potential to run for the Senate seat vacated by the retiring Mike Enzi, but declined in favor of seeking re-election, emphasizing importance in working to "take our GOP majority back." Cheney voted against the impeachment coup.

WY Republican primary

Rep. Cheney won renomination with 74% of the vote.[543]

WY Democrat primary

The Democrat primary was won by Lynnette Grey Bull with 60% of the votes cast.[543]

WY General election

Representing a very Republican state, Cheney easily won re-election in a landslide.[544]

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  122. Dem Candidate Posts Home Address of GOP Rival
  123. Apparently Val Demings Thinks Her Ancestors Being Slaves Is Somehow Relevant in an Impeachment Hearing
  124. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/gaetz-wins-florida-primary
  125. Scott Franklin, US House of Representatives, District 15
  126. Scott Franklin On Why He’s Challenging Ross Spano in GOP District 15 Race
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  130. A Police Report Was Filed Against Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz for Allegedly Shoving a Minor
  131. Florida House Election Results 2018
  132. Two references:
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  134. FBI Escalates Investigation Into Ukrainian Oligarch Tied to Florida Democrat
  135. Trump Endorses Candidate Who Voted For Hillary, Told Him To Drop Out
  136. DCCC Spanish radio ad goes after Republican Carlos Giménez in CD 26
  137. Democrats' post-election 'family meeting' descends into chaos
  138. Two references:
  139. 139.00 139.01 139.02 139.03 139.04 139.05 139.06 139.07 139.08 139.09 139.10 139.11 139.12 Georgia Primary Results 2020
  140. 140.0 140.1 140.2 140.3 140.4 140.5 Georgia House Election Results 2020
  141. https://www.theblaze.com/news/angela-stanton-king-running-against-john-lewis
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  143. http://www.blackgenocide.org/black.html
  144. https://thefederalist.com/2019/08/07/watch-angela-stanton-kings-pro-life-instagram-no-way-will-ever-support-party-believes-aborting-future/
  145. Georgia Dem Sets Up Coronavirus Townhall Using Her Tennessee Phone Number
  146. Rep. Collins confirms Georgia Senate bid, prompting fiery rebuke from GOP group
  147. 147.0 147.1 Hawaii Caucus Results 2020
  148. Hawaii House Election Results 2020
  149. 149.0 149.1 149.2 149.3 Idaho Primary Results 2020
  150. 150.0 150.1 Idaho House Election Results 2020
  151. Daniel Lipinski - Ballotpedia
  152. Last ‘pro-life’ House Democrat votes for extreme pro-abortion Equality Act
  153. Commentary: Rep. Dan Lipinski: Why I will vote to impeach President Trump
  154. Liberals hope to finally oust anti-abortion Democrat
  155. Cheri Bustos takes on the new left
  156. 156.0 156.1 Illinois Primary Election Results: Third House District
  157. 157.0 157.1 157.2 157.3 157.4 157.5 157.6 157.7 2020 Illinois U.S. House Election Results
  158. https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/dem-defends-wet-markets-in-face-of-scientific-consensus-about-their-dangers/
  159. 159.0 159.1 159.2 159.3 159.4 159.5 2020 Illinois primary results
  160. https://huffman.house.gov/imo/media/doc/fetal%20tissue%20research%20letter%204.6.20_updated.pdf
  161. GOP congressman says he can’t support Trump: ‘I’m an American before I’m a Republican’
  162. Never-Trump Squish Adam Kinzinger Trashes President Trump for Quoting Pastor’s Warning of Democrat Party’s Civil War Like Destruction of America
  163. Rep. Kinzinger(RINO-IL): Gay Marriage Is The Law Of The Land, Get Used To It
  164. Rep. Kinzinger calls for new gun control measures following the Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas mass shootings
  165. Trump’s Troop Drawdowns Win Support from Populist GOPs and Dems, Criticism from Hawks
  166. 166.0 166.1 Illinois Results
  167. House Democratic campaign leader predicts bigger majority
  168. DCCC Chair Blames Facebook and Google for Losing Seats in House
  169. DCCC Chair Cheri Bustos to Step Down Amid GOP Gains in House
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  171. House Conservatives Launch Revolt Against Liz Cheney, Draw High-Profile GOP Support
  172. Indiana Rep. Jim Banks Introduces Bill to Keep Rioters from Receiving Federal Benefits
  173. 173.0 173.1 173.2 173.3 173.4 173.5 Indiana Primary Results 2020
  174. 174.0 174.1 174.2 Indiana House Election Results 2020
  175. IN Focus: Spartz pushes back against scrutiny ahead of June 2 primary
  176. From the Soviet Union to Indiana, Republican House Candidate Stands Against Socialist Future
  177. Ukraine-Born Republican Spartz Gaining in Indiana-5
  178. The Case Against Victoria Spartz
  179. Victoria Spartz, Christina Hale square off in 5th congressional district forum
  180. Greg Pence: Biden-Harris Want to Raise Taxes, Defund Police, Eliminate 2A, Open Borders, and Green New Deal
  181. Iowa Democrat Abby Finkenauer Calls for Secure Borders; Voted to Defund Border Wall
  182. Iowa Dem Dodges on Support for Late-Term Abortion
  183. ‘Survivor’ Champ Wants Iowa Dem ‘Voted Off the Island’
  184. 184.0 184.1 184.2 184.3 184.4 184.5 184.6 184.7 Iowa Caucus Results 2020
  185. 185.0 185.1 Iowa House Election Results 2020
  186. Multiple references:
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  188. Iowa Democrat asks House to review race she lost by 6 votes
  189. Iowa Democrat Rita Hart to appeal 2nd District results to House
  190. Fact-check of the 3rd District debate. Here's what Cindy Axne and David Young got right — and what they got wrong
  191. New Ad Calls out Cindy Axne for Giving Away Vote to Far-Left East Coast Liberal
  192. Iowa Election Results: Third House District
  193. LIVE: President Donald Trump in Des Moines, IA #Iowa
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  195. Steve King Goes Full Steve King: Impeachment is Part of ‘Massive Cover-Up’ of Democratic Crimes
  196. 2020 United States House of Representatives elections in Iowa
  197. IA-04 Poll: Steve King’s Support Sinking Back Home, Dem Leads Matchup
  198. Iowa’s Fourth House District Election Results: Steve King vs. J.D. Scholten
  199. 199.0 199.1 199.2 199.3 199.4 199.5 Kansas Caucus Results 2020
  200. 200.0 200.1 200.2 Kansas House Election Results 2020
  201. MAGA hat ban ‘joke’ leads to Twitter skewering of House Democrat
  202. 202.0 202.1 202.2 202.3 202.4 202.5 Kentucky Primary Results 2020
  203. 203.0 203.1 203.2 Kentucky House Election Results 2020
  204. Donald Trump: Throw Thomas Massie out of Republican Party
  205. Multiple references:
  206. Cheney, Turner request return of donations to Massie's primary opponent after racist tweets surface
  207. Pelosi-Tied Super PAC Targets Republican with Misleading Health Care Ad
  208. 208.0 208.1 208.2 208.3 208.4 208.5 Louisiana House Election Results 2020
  209. Facebook removes GOP lawmaker's post for inciting violence
  210. Rep. Clay Higgins - Scorecard 116: 92% | Heritage Action For America
  211. Luke Letlow wins all-GOP runoff for Louisiana US House seat
  212. 212.0 212.1 Maine Primary Results 2020
  213. Two references:
  214. 214.0 214.1 214.2 214.3 214.4 214.5 214.6 214.7 Maryland Primary Results 2020
  215. 215.0 215.1 215.2 215.3 Maryland House Election Results 2020
  216. Two references:
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  218. MSNBC Cuts Away So Viewers Don't Hear Kim Klacik's Terrific Condemnation of Democratic Failure
  219. [phttps://freebeacon.com/politics/dem-who-grilled-whitaker-on-gambling-backed-by-lobbyists-tied-to-internet-gambling/ Dem Who Grilled Whitaker on Gambling Backed by Lobbyists Tied to Internet Gambling]
  220. Jim Jordan Asks Rep. Jamie Raskin Why His Wife Unmasked Michael Flynn
  221. Jim McGovern on the Issues
  222. 222.0 222.1 222.2 222.3 222.4 222.5 222.6 222.7 222.8 Massachusetts Primary Results 2020
  223. 223.0 223.1 223.2 223.3 Massachusetts House Election Results 2020
  224. Why Joe Kennedy’s Senate campaign flopped
  225. Pocan won't seek another term as Progressive Caucus co-chair
  226. Multiple references:
  227. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley will boycott Trump's 'sham' State of the Union address
  228. Ayanna Pressley: Constitution is 'sexist by its very design'
  229. US lawmaker Pressley reveals baldness, alopecia diagnosis
  230. The Lawmakers Fighting to Make Hair Discrimination Illegal
  231. Congressman Justin Amash announces he won't run for reelection
  232. Two references:
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  235. Michigan Dem Relies on Coastal Support to Flip Congressional Seat
  236. https://twitter.com/HillaryScholten/status/1312092449507020802
  237. Michigan Dem Under Fire From Homeless Shelter, FEC
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  239. "Upton 2020" buttons signal reelection bid
  240. Multiple references:
  241. Joe Biden Endorses Michigan Democrat Who Blogged About 4-Year-Old Girls Wearing Thong Underwear
  242. National Democrats Endorsed Congressional Candidate Who Referred to Women as 'Breeders'
  243. Businesswoman will challenge U.S. Rep. Fred Upton in Republican primary for Michigan’s 6th District
  244. Candidates Announce 2020 Challenges To Slotkin
  245. 245.0 245.1 Elissa Slotkin, freshman Dem from Trump district, to vote for impeachment
  246. House Democrat warns about 'inaccurate' polls: Trump voters 'fundamentally undercounted'
  247. 2020 Michigan Official Primary Candidate Listing
  248. Radical Rep. Haley Stevens, "The NRA has got to go!"
  249. Representative Haley Stevens Floor Remarks on Coronavirus Economic Relief Bill
  250. Ethics watchdog: Freshman Democrat's fundraising email violated House rules
  251. Two House Democrats enter 2020 with big fundraising advantage
  252. Whittney Williams: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
  253. Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib announces bid for re-election
  254. Rashida Tlaib’s Father Throws Her Under The Bus: ‘Lied Big-Time To Get Elected’
  255. Disgraced Rashida Tlaib FREAKS After Senate Votes to Acquit Trump
  256. Two references:
  257. David Hogg on Twitter: (Warning: Tweet contains foul language)
  258. https://www.facebook.com/VoteBrendaJones/
  259. Two references:
  260. Multiple references:
  261. Minnesota House Election Results 2018
  262. Introducing the 2017 Cook Political Report Partisan Voter Index
  263. Battle for the House 2020 - RealClearPolitics
  264. Debate Between Rep. Jim Hagedorn, Challenger Dan Feehan Canceled
  265. 265.00 265.01 265.02 265.03 265.04 265.05 265.06 265.07 265.08 265.09 265.10 265.11 265.12 265.13 265.14 265.15 265.16 Minnesota Primary Results 2020
  266. 266.0 266.1 266.2 266.3 Minnesota House Election Results 2020
  267. Antisemite Of The Week: Betty McCollum - aka BDS Betty
  268. Lawmaker, Aipac Feud After Fight Over Hamas Bill
  269. Bill withhold military aid to Israel over Palestinian children detention
  270. ep. Betty McCollum: “It’s Called Apartheid”
  271. Who voted ‘no’ on the House resolution opposing Israel boycott movement
  272. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib & Betty McCollum Participate in Conference with Terror Funders, Antisemites
  273. https://www.dailywire.com/news/democrat-ilhan-omar-defund-minneapolis-police-theyre-cancer-we-dont-want-your-damn-reforms
  274. Multiple references:
  275. Multiple references:
  276. Introducing the 2017 Cook Political Report Partisan Voter Index
  277. President Trump Endorses Michelle Fischbach in Minnesota’s 7th Congressional District Race
  278. FORMER CONGRESSWOMAN MICHELLE BACHMANN ENDORSES MICHELLE FISCHBACH IN 7TH DISTRICT RACE
  279. 279.0 279.1 Mississippi Primary Results 2020
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  281. https://youtu.be/afDfBQR3eGY
  282. 282.0 282.1 282.2 282.3 282.4 282.5 Missouri Primary Results 2020
  283. Two references:
  284. https://thefederalist.com/2020/09/01/meet-cori-bush-the-latest-socialist-squad-member-headed-to-congress/
  285. https://lawandcrime.com/george-floyd-death/they-took-my-ar-st-louis-lawyer-surprised-after-authorities-seized-rifle-he-pointed-at-protesters/
  286. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W43LNEVOnbA
  287. Missouri Dem Calls to Defund Pentagon
  288. 288.0 288.1 288.2 Missouri House Election Results 2020
  289. Montana 2020: Gianforte gubernatorial run would have `domino effect’ on statewide races
  290. 290.0 290.1 Montana Primary Results 2020
  291. Montana Senate Election Results 2018
  292. Montana House Election Results 2020
  293. Multiple references:
  294. Defying Trump, Lawmakers Move to Strip Military Bases of Confederate Names
  295. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Nebraska_Primary_Results_2020
  296. Who is Kara Eastman? First-Time Female Candidate Stuns Democratic Establishment in Nebraska's Primaries
  297. Republican Don Bacon Beats Progressive Kara Eastman In Heated Nebraska House Race
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  300. House Democrat Dina Titus: ‘I’d Like to Impeach the Bastard Right Now’
  301. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sypeFFdQDLo
  302. 302.0 302.1 302.2 302.3 302.4 302.5 302.6 Nevada Caucus Results 2020
  303. 303.0 303.1 303.2 303.3 Nevada House Election Results 2020
  304. Fake News: GOP Rep. Mark Amodei Does Not Support Impeachment, Despite Media and Leftist Claims
  305. Democrat Susie Lee Believes Joe Biden over Tara Reade on Sexual Assault Allegation
  306. Democrat Susie Lee Faces Ethics Complaints over Loan to Husband’s Company
  307. Trump gives ‘Complete and Total Endorsement’ to former appointee Mowers in 1st US House District
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  310. https://sos.nh.gov/media/alra4uwt/congressional-district-1-democratic2020.pdf
  311. Two references:
  312. 312.0 312.1 New Hampshire House Election Results 2020
  313. https://sos.nh.gov/media/b1sbyrod/congressional-district-2-democratic2020.pdf
  314. https://sos.nh.gov/media/htmp4xik/congressional-district-2-republican2020.pdf
  315. Trump endorses Jeff Van Drew, Democrat who switched to Republican Party
  316. GOP lawmaker: Democratic Party 'used to be more moderate'
  317. ‘I have no illusion how dirty this could get’
  318. NJ Dem Owns up to $75,000 in Chinese Stock
  319. Amy Kennedy burdened by family mantle in closely watched House race
  320. Amy Kennedy: Democrats Opposing ‘Abolishing’ Police Not Doing Enough to ‘Address Racism’
  321. 321.00 321.01 321.02 321.03 321.04 321.05 321.06 321.07 321.08 321.09 321.10 321.11 New Jersey Primary Results 2020
  322. Patterson TV ad calls Van Drew ‘too liberal’
  323. Bob Patterson offers conservative vision in his run for Congress
  324. Democratic internal poll has Kennedy leading Van Drew
  325. Democrat-turned-Republican Van Drew trails Amy Kennedy in New Jersey House race: poll
  326. Amy Kennedy now favored over Van Drew in N.J.’s hottest congressional race, and Trump is why
  327. Van Drew's defection to GOP haunts him in tight race
  328. Van Drew-Kennedy race in NJ goes down to the wire
  329. 329.0 329.1 329.2 329.3 329.4 329.5 New Jersey House Election Results 2020
  330. New Jersey Republican: Voters Got a ‘Bait and Switch’ with Democrat Andy Kim
  331. Rep. Andy Kim Archives
  332. David Richter Slams Andy Kim for Using Fake News Site to Deceive CD3 Voters
  333. Liberal ‘Fake News’ Site Spends Millions on Deceptive Facebook Campaign
  334. New Jersey GOP Candidate David Richter Attacked Trump, Donated to Democrats, Has Ties to Bidens
  335. Democrat Tom Malinowski Jokes about Withholding Coronavirus Disinfectant from Kentuckians
  336. SICK! Democrat Lawmaker and Pedo Protector Pushes Legislation to Condemn Group that Calls Out Pedos
  337. Two references:
  338. Debra Haaland - Ballotpedia
  339. https://debforcongress.com/deb-for-congress-news/2018/4/24/deb-haaland-releases-first-tv-ad-the-climb
  340. 340.0 340.1 340.2 340.3 340.4 340.5 New Mexico Primary Results 2020
  341. 341.0 341.1 341.2 New Mexico House Election Results 2020
  342. ‘Moderate’ New Mexico Dem Endorses Late-Term Taxpayer Funded Abortion
  343. New Mexico Dem Scrambles to Distance Herself From Biden on Fracking
  344. Two references:
  345. The campaign attack ad no man could get away with
  346. Multiple references:
  347. https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/brakes-on-a-plame/
  348. Lee Zeldin on Substance of Impeachment Inquiry: ‘There’s Nothing to Impeach POTUS For’
  349. Rep. Lee Zeldin calls Adam Schiff 'sick,' slams his 'disgusting rhetoric' on impeachment
  350. Lee Zeldin: Impeachment Inquiry Will Rip the ‘Country in Half’
  351. ‘The Legend of Zeldin’: How Long Island’s GOP Congressman Became Impeachment’s Biggest Star
  352. New York Dem: Securing PPE May Not Be Worth ‘Bowing Down’ to Trump
  353. Democrat Nancy Goroff Called Police ‘Dangerous,’ Refused to Condemn Rioting, Violence Against Police
  354. NY Dem Fails to Disclose More Than $25 Million in Personal Financial Holdings
  355. NY Dem Reprimanded for Campaign Fundraising
  356. 356.00 356.01 356.02 356.03 356.04 356.05 356.06 356.07 356.08 356.09 356.10 356.11 356.12 356.13 356.14 356.15 356.16 356.17 356.18 356.19 356.20 356.21 356.22 356.23 356.24 356.25 356.26 356.27 356.28 356.29 356.30 356.31 356.32 356.33 356.34 356.35 356.36 356.37 New York Primary Results 2020
  357. 357.00 357.01 357.02 357.03 357.04 357.05 357.06 357.07 357.08 357.09 357.10 357.11 357.12 357.13 357.14 357.15 357.16 357.17 New York House Election Results 2020
  358. https://twitter.com/VoteJackie4NY/status/1304128500996112384
  359. https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/n-y-dem-gives-local-law-enforcement-the-cold-shoulder/
  360. New York House Election Results 2020
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  362. https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/ny-dem-accused-of-darkening-opponents-skin-in-racist-campaign-mailer/
  363. Multiple references:
  364. Rep. Max Rose: Why I oppose Trump impeachment
  365. Vulnerable New York Democrat Max Rose comes out in support of impeachment
  366. Rep. Max Rose Perverts American Justice System: Democrat Claims Trump Must ‘Prove’ He Is ‘Innocent’ on Impeachment
  367. Multple references:
  368. Nicole Malliotakis "Failing Us"
  369. EXCLUSIVE–Congressional Nominee Nicole Malliotakis: ‘America’s Core Values on the Ballot’
  370. Democrat Meltdown: Rep. Max Rose Attacks Shopper at Staten Island Store (Warning: Article contains foul language)
  371. 371.0 371.1 New York's 14th Congressional District election, 2020
  372. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stated on July 13, 2018 in an interview on PBS' "Firing Line":
  373. https://twitter.com/Public_Citizen/status/1266776797301166088
  374. https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2020/06/07/black-lives-matter-means-defund-the-police-n503697
  375. Ocasio-Cortez: Impeaching Trump 'is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome' in 2020
  376. My Congressional District - st=36&cd=14
  377. United States Unemployment Rate 1948-2020 Data
  378. Did Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ‘Chase’ Amazon Out of Her NYC District?
  379. AOC on Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation: ‘Expand The Court’
  380. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/06/busted-democrat-rep-engel-caught-hot-mic-asking-turn-speak-george-floyd-presser-didnt-primary-wouldnt-care-video/
  381. https://dennismichaellynch.com/dml-morning-briefing-june-24/
  382. https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/justice-dem-gets-big-money-boost-against-top-democrat-eliot-engel/
  383. https://youtu.be/AinOY4_z-aA
  384. https://www.bizpacreview.com/2020/05/08/former-obama-defense-official-admits-under-oath-she-lied-on-msnbc-about-trump-russia-collusion-918485
  385. Dem Congressional Candidate Antonio Delgado: ‘Israel Is Not a Jewish Democracy’
  386. Liberal ‘Fake News’ Site Spends Millions on Deceptive Facebook Campaign
  387. Elise Stefanik Can't Even Go Grocery Shopping Without Facing Harassment
  388. NY Dem Woos Veterans By Pledging to Support Law Authored By Her Opponent
  389. Elise Stefanik's Opponent's Supporters Give Vile Reactions to President Trump's Coronavirus Diagnosis
  390. Slip of the Gun
  391. Brindisi Stands With Law Enforcement & Introduces Bipartisan Bill To Protect Police Department Funding
  392. N.Y. Dem Rep.’s Push to Eliminate Qualified Immunity Would Financially Benefit His Family and Major Donors
  393. Claudia Tenney accuses Anthony Brindisi of being anti-police
  394. Handcuffs
  395. Protect
  396. NY GOP House candidate Claudia Tenney blasts handling of vote count in disputed race
  397. Ballots cast by the dead emerge in extremely tight Brindisi-Tenney race
  398. Neck-and-neck Brindisi-Tenney race further delayed by judge’s ruling
  399. Two references:
  400. RESULTS: Incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi and Republican Claudia Tenney are set for a rematch in New York's 22nd Congressional District
  401. 26 Republicans Vote Against Blackburn Amendment To Defund Obama’s Executive Amnesty For Illegal Aliens
  402. Roll Call: The 34 House Republicans Who Voted for Farm Worker Amnesty
  403. 15 Pro-Migrant GOP Reps. Push for DACA Amnesty Vote
  404. House Democrats Introduce Bill Forcing Schools to Allow Boys on Girls Sports Teams
  405. The List: 72 Republicans Vote with Democrats to Remove Civil War-Era Memorabilia from U.S. Capitol
  406. Lead our Recovery
  407. New York Democrat hits John Katko after Republican House member paints himself as Trump ally
  408. Two references:
  409. NY Dem Organized for Group That Protested Terror Leader’s Death
  410. New York Dem Received Teaching Fees From Authoritarian Regime
  411. Lightning round with Rep. John Katko and Dana Balter
  412. NY Republican Chris Jacobs wins special election to replace Chris Collins
  413. Multiple references:
  414. Citing worsening pandemic, Chris Collins asks for another delay in reporting to prison
  415. Pro-Trump Republican Sandy Smith Announces Senatorial Run
  416. 416.0 416.1 416.2 416.3 416.4 416.5 416.6 416.7 416.8 2020 North Carolina Primary Results
  417. 417.0 417.1 417.2 417.3 417.4 417.5 North Carolina House Election Results 2020
  418. Raleigh Republican George Holding won’t run for re-election to Congress in 2020
  419. 419.0 419.1 The Atlas Of Redistricting
  420. 420.0 420.1 HB1029 3rd Edition - 19x36_Map.pdf
  421. Deborah Ross Called for Leniency for Assailant in ‘Heinous’ Rape Case (Warning: Graphic descriptions)
  422. Deborah Ross Wanted Christmas Songs Banned From Elementary School
  423. North Carolina Democrat to Fundraise With Lawyer for Taliban Terrorist
  424. Young Conservative Rising Star Madison Cawthorn Had an Incredible Ending to His RNC Speech
  425. GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn says vandals struck North Carolina home
  426. GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn says vandals struck North Carolina home
  427. https://twitter.com/CawthornforNC/status/1322991043302825984
  428. Trump allies scorn Dems in first tweets as members-elect
  429. Two sources:
  430. 430.0 430.1 North Dakota Caucus Results
  431. North Dakota Election Results 2020: Live Updates
  432. 432.00 432.01 432.02 432.03 432.04 432.05 432.06 432.07 432.08 432.09 432.10 432.11 432.12 432.13 Ohio Primary Results 2020
  433. Ohio Dem Flip-Flops on Green New Deal
  434. 434.0 434.1 434.2 434.3 434.4 434.5 434.6 Ohio House Election Results 2020
  435. https://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/ukraine-sabotage-trump-backfire-233446
  436. Exclusive–Rep. Mike Turner: If Obama-Biden Can Cut Delphi Pensions, They Can Do It to Anyone
  437. WATCH: Constituents Tear Into Freshman Democrat Kendra Horn Over Impeachment
  438. Kendra Horn, Awash in Big Cash From Wall Street Execs, Gets Six-Figure Boost From End Citizens United
  439. Dark Money Group Behind Kendra Horn’s Rise
  440. 440.0 440.1 440.2 Oklahoma Primary Results 2020
  441. Oklahoma Election Results: Fifth Congressional District
  442. 442.0 442.1 442.2 442.3 442.4 442.5 Oregon Primary Results 2020
  443. Multiple references:
  444. 444.0 444.1 444.2 Oregon House Election Results 2020
  445. Democrats In Panic Mode As Long-Held Oregon Seat May Fall To GOP Newcomer Alek Skarlatos Who Thwarted Paris Terror Attack
  446. Republican Brian Fitzpatrick to introduce carbon tax bill that funds infrastructure
  447. Gun control group rolls out House endorsements
  448. 2016 Pennsylvania Results
  449. Pa. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick beats a Trump fan in Bucks County GOP primary
  450. 450.00 450.01 450.02 450.03 450.04 450.05 450.06 450.07 450.08 450.09 450.10 450.11 450.12 450.13 450.14 450.15 450.16 450.17 450.18 450.19 Pennsylvania Primary Results 2020
  451. Watch the First Congressional District debate
  452. 452.0 452.1 452.2 452.3 452.4 452.5 452.6 452.7 452.8 Pennsylvania House Election Results 2020
  453. Mullane: Why Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick beat Trump and clobbered Finello in PA-1
  454. Dem Rep. Dean: Trump ‘Seems to Cheer’ the Rise of White Supremacy
  455. Watchdog Report Accused Pennsylvania Democratic Candidate’s Former Company of Involvement With Chinese Sweatshops
  456. Democrats opposing Pelosi
  457. Pelosi picks up 2 more Democratic votes in bid for speaker
  458. The New Pennsylvania Congressional Map, District by District
  459. In a Comically Drawn Pennsylvania District, the Voters Are Not Amused
  460. This Pennsylvania congressional district looks like 'Goofy kicking Donald Duck'
  461. Jim Bognet: Matt Cartwright ‘Out of Touch’ with Pennsylvanians on Coronavirus, Protests
  462. Matt Cartwright ‘Absolutely’ Open to Defunding the Police
  463. Pennsylvania Republican Invites Portlanders to His District to Escape Riots
  464. Joe Biden's Scranton backyard is slowly growing more Republican
  465. Jim Bognet: Trump Victory in Pennsylvania Would Be a ‘Huge Repudiation’ of Joe Biden, Matt Cartwright
  466. Pennsylvania Dem Illegally Used Funds to Boost Congressional Bid, Complaint Says
  467. Two references:
  468. Trump Attacks Democrat Conor Lamb as ‘American Fraud’
  469. Trump’s tariff plan blows up party divisions in critical Pennsylvania special election
  470. Two references:
  471. Two references: (Warning: Articles contain foul language)
  472. ‘Moderate’ Conor Lamb Votes With Far-Left ‘Squad’ Almost 90 Percent of the Time
  473. S.C. Democrat Who Railed Against Lobbying Lobbied for Posh Florida Yacht Club
  474. 474.0 474.1 474.2 474.3 474.4 South Carolina Primary Results
  475. 475.0 475.1 475.2 South Carolina House Election Results 2020
  476. Two references:
  477. South Dakota Primary Results 2020
  478. South Dakota House Election Results 2020
  479. 479.0 479.1 479.2 479.3 479.4 479.5 479.6 Tennessee Primary Results 2020
  480. 480.0 480.1 480.2 480.3 Tennessee House Election Results 2020
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  485. Dan Crenshaw Advocates for Endless Wars on Charlie Kirk Podcast
  486. The List: 72 Republicans Vote with Democrats to Remove Civil War-Era Memorabilia from U.S. Capitol
  487. A Candidate at the Center of the Moment
  488. Rep. Al Green: "I'm Concerned If We Don't Impeach This President, He Will Get Re-Elected"
  489. China Disinformation Ops Target Top GOP Lawmaker
  490. Texas Dem Signed Letter Defending Bill Ayers
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  492. Roy chides feminist Davis over her support for ‘late-term abortion’
  493. Abortion Giants, Soros Propel Wendy Davis Run
  494. Soros-Funded Candidate Wendy Davis Fundraised Indoors During Pandemic in Race to Beat Rep. Chip Roy
  495. Why are indoor settings higher risk for Covid – and are restaurants safe?
  496. U.S. Chamber backs Troy Nehls over Kathaleen Wall in Fort Bend congressional race
  497. 497.0 497.1 Trump endorses Nehls, but sheriff remains silent
  498. New CLF Ad Blasts Kulkarni’s Reckless Behavior And Ideas
  499. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECHV-KB_HEY
  500. Trump holds narrow lead over Biden in Texas; Nehls, Fletcher and Crenshaw all win races
  501. Pelosi, Warren pour money into TX-23 congressional race
  502. https://www.opensecrets.org/political-action-committees-pacs/C00235853/candidate-recipients/2020
  503. It Wasn't Ideology That Sank House Democrats. It Was Bad Strategy.
  504. Dem House Candidate Says PAC Contributions Should Be Taxed at 90% Rate
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  506. 506.0 506.1 Utah House Election Results 2020
  507. Utah Democrat insists he’s just as anti-abortion as his conservative opponent
  508. Ben McAdams - Susan B. Anthony List
  509. Burgess Owens Pushes Back on NYT Story About Excessive Campaign Donations
  510. Peter Welch on the Issues
  511. 511.0 511.1 Vermont Primary Results 2020
  512. Vermont House Election Results 2020
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  515. House Democrat in tough reelection race talks tough on China but has invested in one of its largest companies
  516. A resolution over Iran splits a tight group of moderate Jewish lawmakers
  517. Sanders’ appeal tested in moderate Virginia on Super Tuesday
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  519. Rep. Denver Riggleman ousted in Virginia GOP convention
  520. VA Conservative Running Against GOP Establishment: Reforming Legal Immigration ‘Number One Priority’
  521. Rep. Denver Riggleman blames fraud at GOP convention after losing nod for second term
  522. AUDIO: Former Congressman Claims Rep. Denver Riggleman Threatened Him After Endorsing His Opponent
  523. Reps. Malinowski and Riggleman introduce bipartisan resolution condemning QAnon
  524. Webb supports defunding the police
  525. Virginia’s 7th House District Election Results: Dave Brat vs. Abigail Spanberger
  526. Judges impose new Va. congressional map, redrawing 3rd, 4th Districts
  527. Combat Vet Slams Dem Opponent Over Role in Shaping Iran Deal
  528. Virginia Election Results: 10th House District
  529. Trump Pins Down 8 Republicans Who Resisted His Help and Lost in 2018
  530. Jennifer Wexton on the Issues
  531. The moderate squad: swing-state Democrats wary of leftward path
  532. Moderate Democrats confront consequences of impeaching Trump
  533. Jennifer Wexton - Wikipedia
  534. Dem Vote Scores
  535. Dem Candidate Who Attacked Opponent’s Ties to Big Pharma Relies on It for Retirement
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  539. 539.0 539.1 539.2 West Virginia House Election Results 2020
  540. 540.0 540.1 540.2 540.3 540.4 540.5 540.6 540.7 540.8 540.9 Wisconsin Primary Results 2020
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  542. Multiple sources:
  543. 543.0 543.1 Wyoming Caucus Results 2020
  544. Wyoming House Election Results 2020

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