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Rundown of the House seats Democrats, GOP flipped on Election Day

Greg Nash

Election Day is over, and Democrats are projected to maintain control of the House — albeit with a smaller majority than before.

Republicans have ousted at least eight Democratic incumbents so far, with several more close races having yet to be called.

Here’s a rundown of the seats both parties flipped in this election.

 

House Democratic incumbents who lost

Rep. Harley Rouda (Calif.-48)

Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (Fla.-26)

Rep. Donna Shalala (Fla.-27)

Rep. Abby Finkenauer (Iowa-01)

Rep. Collin Peterson (Minn.-07)

Rep. Xochitl Torres Small (N.M.-02)

Rep. Kendra Horn (Okla.-05)

Rep. Joe Cunningham (S.C.-01)

 

House Republican incumbents who lost

 

Open House seats picked up by Democrats

GA-07 (Rep. Rob Woodall)

NC-02 (Rep. George Holding)

NC-06 (Rep. Mark Walker)

 

Open House seats picked up by Republicans

MI-03 (Rep. Justin Amash, who quit the Republican Party and became a Libertarian) 

 

Pending Races (Incumbents)

CA-21 (Rep. TJ Cox (R))

CA-25 (Rep. Mike Garcia (R))

CA-39 (Rep. Gil Cisneros (D))

IL-14 (Rep. Lauren Underwood (D))

IA-02 (Open — Rep. David Loebsack (D))

NY-01 (Rep. Lee Zeldin (R))

NY-02 (Open — Rep. Pete King (R))

NY-11 (Rep. Max Rose (D))

NY-18 (Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D))

NY-19 (Rep. Antonio Delgado (D))

NY-22 (Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D))

NY-24 (Rep. John Katko (R))

UT-04 (Rep. Ben McAdams (D))

Tags 2020 election Abby Finkenauer Antonio Delgado Collin Peterson Dave Loebsack Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Donna Shalala George Holding Gil Cisneros Harley Rouda Joe Cunningham John Katko Justin Amash Kendra Horn Lauren Underwood Lee Zeldin Mark Walker Max Rose Pete King Rob Woodall

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