The Green Papers: 2012 General Election
 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 112th Congress
(2011-2012)
House Seats by State

This is a list of the current House seats and the incumbents occupying them. All 435 of these seats are up for election on 6 November 2012.

There have been 0 deaths, 11 resignations, and 0 changes of party affiliation in the 112th House.

  • Congressman Christopher J. "Chris" Lee (Republican, New York CD 26) resigned on 9 February 2011 amid scandal.
  • Congressman Jane Harman (Democratic, California CD 36) resigned on 28 February 2011 to become the President and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
  • Congressman Dean Heller (Republican, Nevada CD 2) resigned on 3 May 2011 after being appointed to the state's Class 1 U.S. Senate Seat.
  • Congressman Jay R. Inslee (Democratic, Washington CD 1) resigned on 20 March 2012 to devote his full-time to his candidacy for Washington Governor.
  • Congressman Anthony D. Weiner (Democratic, New York CD 9) announced his resignation on 16 June 2011 amid scandal. Officially resigned 21 June.
  • Congressman Janice Hahn (Democratic, California CD 36) was elected to Congress in a 12 July 2011 special election and sworn on 19 July.
  • Congressman David Wu (Democratic, Oregon CD 1) resigned on 3 August 2011 amid scandal.
  • Congressman Mark Eugene Amodei (Republican, Nevada CD 2) was elected to Congress in a 13 September 2011 special election and sworn on 15 September.
  • Congressman Robert L. "Bob" Turner (Republican, New York CD 9) was elected to Congress in a 13 September 2011 special election and sworn on 15 September.
  • Congressman Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords (Democratic, Arizona CD 8) resigned 25 January 2012 to recover from a gunshot wound received at an 8 January 2011 constituent meeting.
  • Congressman Suzanne Bonamici (Democratic, Oregon CD 1) was elected to Congress in a 31 January 2012 special election. Sworn on 7 February 2012.
  • Congressman Ron Barber (Democratic, Arizona CD 8) was elected to Congress in a 12 June 2012 special election and sworn on 19 June 2012.
  • Congressman Thaddeus G. "Thad" McCotter (Republican, Michigan CD 11) resigned 6 July 2012 following issues with his primary nomination petitions.
  • Congressman Geoffrey C. "Geoff" Davis (Republican, Kentucky CD 4) resigned 31 July 2012 due to a family health issue.
  • Congressman Dennis A. Cardoza (Democratic, California CD 18), citing family needs, resigned on 14 August 2012 effective 15 August.
  • Congressman David A. "Dave" Curson (Democratic, Michigan CD 11) was elected to Congress in a 6 November 2012 special election and sworn on 13 November.
  • Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. (Democratic, New Jersey CD 10, son of the late Congressman Donald M. Payne) was elected to Congress in a 6 November 2012 special election.
  • Congressman Suzan Kay DelBene (Democratic, Washington CD 1) was elected to Congress in a 6 November 2012 special election and sworn on 13 November.
  • Congressman Thomas H. Massie (Republican, Kentucky CD 4) was elected to Congress in a 6 November 2012 special election and sworn on 13 November.
  • Congressman Jesse Louis Jackson, Jr. (Democratic, Illinois CD 2) resigned on 21 November 2012 amid scandal-- officially stating "to focus on restoring my health".
  • Congressman Bob Filner, Jr. (Democratic, California CD 51) resigned on 3 December 2012 having been elected Mayor of San Diego on 6 November 2012.

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Connecticut  2-year term. Election Cycle 2010, 2012. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 5 Democratic
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 206,973 69.67% Congressman John B. Larson
Party-endorsed candidate

FEC H8CT01046; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,014,657; Dsb $2,154,092
Total 297,061 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 204,708 68.25% Congressman Joseph D. "Joe" Courtney
Party-endorsed candidate

FEC H2CT02112; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,517,654; Dsb $1,415,555
Total 299,960 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 217,573 74.69% Congressman Rosa L. DeLauro
Party-endorsed candidate

FEC H0CT03072; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,169,860; Dsb $1,144,961
Total 291,301 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 175,929 59.96% Congressman Jim Himes
Party-endorsed candidate

FEC H8CT04172; 26 Nov 12; Tot $3,031,859; Dsb $2,221,487
Total 293,432 100.00%  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 146,098 51.31% former state Representative Elizabeth H. Esty
FEC H2CT05131; 26 Nov 12; Tot $3,302,472; Dsb $3,276,101
Total 284,757 100.00%  

New York  2-year term. Election Cycle 2010, 2012. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 21 Democratic, 8 Republican
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 146,179 48.97% Congressman Timothy H. "Tim" Bishop
FEC H2NY01067; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,727,484; Dsb $2,985,195
Total 298,533 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 100,545 36.59% Vivianne C. Falcone
FEC H2NY02081; 26 Nov 12; Tot $11,679; Dsb $10,936
Total 274,819 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Independence; Working Families 157,880 51.23% Congressman Steve J. Israel
Congressman Israel, incumbent in the old CD 2, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 3.

FEC H0NY02085; 26 Nov 12; Tot $3,150,967; Dsb $3,077,650
Total 308,199 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Independence; Working Families 163,955 54.75% Congressman Carolyn McCarthy
FEC H6NY04112; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,276,133; Dsb $1,818,276
Total 299,484 100.00%  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 111,501 59.64% state Assemblymember Grace Meng
FEC H2NY06116; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,830,772; Dsb $1,739,576
Total 186,953 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 143,930 79.10% Congressman Nydia M. Velázquez
Congressman Velázquez, incumbent in the old CD 12, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 7.

FEC H2NY00010; 26 Nov 12; Tot $668,524; Dsb $1,260,815
Total 181,966 100.00%  
 ** Open Seat (no incumbent) **
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 184,039 77.88% state Assemblyman Hakeem S. Jeffries
FEC H2NY10092; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,390,795; Dsb $1,327,734
Total 236,299 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 186,141 77.90% Congressman Yvette D. Clarke
Congressman Clarke, incumbent in the old CD 11, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 9.

FEC H4NY11138; 26 Nov 12; Tot $711,907; Dsb $746,230
Total 238,962 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 165,743 69.79% Congressman Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler
Congressman Nadler, incumbent in the old CD 8, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 10.

FEC H2NY17071; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,122,377; Dsb $1,369,505
Total 237,475 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 92,430 43.04% Mark S. Murphy
FEC H2NY13088; 31 Dec 12; Tot $928,666; Dsb $917,398
Total 214,768 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 194,370 72.07% Congressman Carolyn B. Maloney
Congressman Maloney, incumbent in the old CD 14, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 12.

FEC H2NY14037; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,712,762; Dsb $1,817,245
Total 269,709 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 175,016 74.94% Congressman Charles B. "Charlie" Rangel
Congressman Rangel, incumbent in the old CD 15, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 13.
29 June 2012 report from the New York Post: Espaillat takes legal action over vote count. State Senator Adriano Espaillat has brought legal action regarding the outcome. AP is showing Rangel 44%, Espaillat 41% with 474 of out 506 reporting.
8 July 2012 report from The Hill: Rep. Rangel holds 990-vote lead as count ends...
9 July 2012: State Senator Espaillat concedes.

FEC H6NY19029; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,460,611; Dsb $1,520,295
Total 233,542 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 120,761 70.62% Congressman Joseph "Joe" Crowley
Congressman Crowley, incumbent in the old CD 7, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 14.

FEC H8NY07046; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,568,151; Dsb $2,587,618
Total 171,001 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 152,661 85.45% Congressman Josť E. Serrano
Congressman Serrano, incumbent in the old CD 16, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 15.

FEC H0NY18065; 26 Nov 12; Tot $212,068; Dsb $208,408
Total 178,661 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 179,562 66.42% Congressman Eliot L. Engel
Congressman Engel, incumbent in the old CD 17, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 16.

FEC H8NY19058; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,062,106; Dsb $1,131,076
Total 270,340 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 171,417 57.64% Congressman Nita M. Lowey
Congressman Lowey, incumbent in CD 18, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 17.

FEC H8NY20056; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,156,553; Dsb $2,441,241
Total 297,379 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 143,845 48.69% Sean Patrick Maloney
FEC H2NY22139; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,245,820; Dsb $2,171,349
Total 295,436 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 134,295 43.84% former prosecutor Julian D. Schreibman
FEC H2NY00051; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,358,454; Dsb $1,327,013
Total 306,296 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Independence; Working Families 203,401 64.03% Congressman Paul David Tonko
Congressman Tonko, incumbent in the old CD 21, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 20.

FEC H8NY21203; 26 Nov 12; Tot $972,482; Dsb $792,922
Total 317,679 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 126,631 47.11% Congressman William L. "Bill" Owens
Congressman Owens, incumbent in the old CD 23, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 21.

FEC H0NY23081; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,993,299; Dsb $1,963,339
Total 268,784 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 127,535 45.65% Tompkins County Legislator Nathan I. "Nate" Shinagawa
FEC H2NY22113; 26 Nov 12; Tot $822,558; Dsb $858,578
Total 279,400 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 143,044 47.12% former Congressman Daniel Benjamin "Dan" Maffei
FEC H6NY25125; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,003,918; Dsb $2,010,627
Total 303,567 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 179,810 55.71% Congressman Louise McIntosh Slaughter
Congressman Slaughter, incumbent in the old CD 28, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 25.

FEC H6NY03031; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,282,118; Dsb $2,435,141
Total 322,760 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 212,588 69.71% Congressman Brian M. Higgins
Congressman Higgins, incumbent in the old CD 27, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 26.

FEC H4NY27076; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,087,465; Dsb $1,009,048
Total 304,961 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 156,219 47.37% Congressman Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul
Congressman Hochul, incumbent in the old CD 26, is a candidate for re-election in the new CD # 27.

FEC H2NY00036; 26 Nov 12; Tot $4,858,334; Dsb $4,837,741
Total 329,768 100.00%  

Oregon  2-year term. Election Cycle 2010, 2012. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 4 Democratic, 1 Republican
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 197,845 59.60% Congressman Suzanne Bonamici
FEC H2OR01133; 26 Nov 12; Tot $2,485,787; Dsb $2,239,154
Total 331,980 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 96,741 29.12% Joyce B. Segers
FEC H0OR02093; 26 Nov 12; Tot $34,471; Dsb $34,241
Total 332,255 100.00%  
  Elected Democratic; Progressive; Working Families 212,866 59.11% Congressman Peter Anthony "Pete" DeFazio
FEC H6OR04047; 26 Nov 12; Tot $1,330,500; Dsb $1,376,872
Total 360,088 100.00%  

South Carolina  2-year term. Election Cycle 2010, 2012. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 5 Republican, 1 Democratic
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 103,557 35.71% Bobbie G. Rose
FEC H2SC01069; 26 Nov 12; Tot $157,767; Dsb $156,296
Total 290,013 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 89,964 33.71% Deb Morrow
FEC H2SC04105; 06 Dec 12; Tot $4,190; Dsb $200
Total 266,884 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 123,443 44.40% Joyce Knott
FEC H2SC05086; 26 Nov 12; Tot $33,916; Dsb $32,636
Total 278,003 100.00%  
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families 122,389 44.39% former state Representative Gloria Bromell Tinubu
Won Runoff on 26 June 2012
13 June 2012: The South Carolina Election Commission indicated that votets cast for Mr. Vick do not count in the run-off computations. If these votes are not counted, Ms. Tinubu won the primary. If they are counted, there will be a runoff between Gloria Tinubu and Preston Brittian.
15 June 2012: Election Commission voted to certify Ms. Tinubu as the winner.
22 June 2012: Horry County Circuit Court Judge Larry Hyman decided that votes cast for Ted Vick in the Tuesday 12 June 2012 primary must be counted and ordered a 26 June run off between Gloria Bromell Tinubu and Preston Brittain.

FEC H2SC07108; 26 Nov 12; Tot $625,074; Dsb $624,714
Total 275,738 100.00%  

Vermont  2-year term. Election Cycle 2010, 2012. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 1 Democratic
  Elected Democratic; Working Families 208,600 71.95% Congressman Peter F. Welch
FEC H6VT00160; 26 Nov 12; Tot $947,269; Dsb $660,446
Total 289,931 100.00%  

Political Parties    Parties appear in parenthesis and italics when a candidate receives the endorsement of a given Party and/or official sources indicate a candidate's association with a particular Party but only where the Party in question does not appear on the actual ballot as such.

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