|The Green Papers: Off Year Election 2003|
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|Georgia 2-year term (2003-2004)|
|Partisan Composition: 8 Republicans, 5 Democrats|
Possible candidates: Former Republican Congressman (CD 7) and current American Civil Liberties Union consultant Bob Barr (17 February 2003)
|Hawaii 2-year term (2003-2004)|
|Partisan Composition: 2 Democrats|
4 January 2003 candidates for the winner take-all special election to fill the unexpired term (ending January 2005) of Patsy Mink: Whitney T. Anderson, John "Mahina" Carroll, Doug Fairhurst, Frank F. Fasi, Carolyn Martinez Golojuch, Richard H. Haake, Chris Halford (1.0%), Kimo Kaloi, Barbara C. Marumoto (5.9%), Bob McDermott (5.6%), Richard "Rich" Payne, Jim Rath, Mike Rethman, John L. Sabey; Nelson J. Secretario, Clarence H. Weatherwax.
|Michigan 2-year term (2003-2004)|
|Partisan Composition: 6 Democrats, 9 Republicans|
Possible candidates: Brad Smith (son of Congressman Nick Smith)
|Texas 2-year term (2003-2004)|
|Partisan Composition: 17 Democrats, 15 Republicans|
|CD 19||Republican||Mike Conaway
Received 21.2% in the 3 May 2003 primary and 49.5% in the 3 June runoff.
|CD 19||Republican||Randy Neugebauer
Received 22.3% in the 3 May 2003 primary and 50.5% in the 3 June runoff.
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