The Green Papers: 2019 General Election
 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 116th Congress
(2019-2020)
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 3 November 2020.

There have been 1 death, 3 resignation, and 0 changes of party affiliation in the 116th House.

  • Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican, Pennsylvania, CD 12) resigned on 17 January effective 23 January 2019.
  • Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (Republican, North Carolina, CD 3) died on 10 February 2019.
  • Congressman Fred Keller (Republican, Pennsylvania, CD 12) was sworn on 3 January 2019.
  • Congressman Gregory Francis "Greg" Murphy (Republican, North Carolina, CD 3) was elected in a 10 September 2019 special election and sworn on 17 September 2019.
  • Congressman James Daniel "Dan" Bishop (Republican, North Carolina, CD 9) was elected in a 10 September 2019 special election.
  • Congressman Sean P. Duffy (Republican, Wisconsin, CD 7) resigned on 26 August effective 23 September 2019.
  • Congressman Christopher Carl "Chris" Collins (Republican, New York, CD 27) resigned on 30 September 2019 effective 1 October.

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North Carolina  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2021. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 3 Democratic, 10 Republican

Special Election - 116th Congress
CD 3
Seat up for special election
Special Election
Republican
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 10 September 2019
Special Election - Caused by the 10 February 2019 death of Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (Republican), 76.
  Elected Republican 70,142 61.74% state Representative  Gregory Francis "Greg" Murphy
30 April 2019: Advances to Tuesday 9 July 2019 Special Party Runoff.
9 July 2019: Advances to 10 September Special General Election.

FEC H0NC03172; 30 Sep 19; Tot $1,047,520; Dsb $1,006,860
  Candidate Democratic 42,570 37.47% former Greenville Mayor Allen Morris Thomas
FEC H0NC03248; 30 Sep 19; Tot $616,733; Dsb $615,031
  Candidate Constitution 502 0.44% Gregory Monroe "Greg" Holt
FEC H0NC03362
  Candidate Libertarian 393 0.35% Timothy John "Tim" Harris
FEC H0NC03370
 

On 27 February 2019, Governor Cooper called a Special Election to fill the vacant seat in CD 3 caused by the 10 February 2019 death of Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. (Republican).

  • Friday 8 March 2019 - Filing Deadline. Candidate List from the State Board of Elections.
  • Tuesday 30 April 2019 - Special Party Primary. If no candidate receives 30% of the vote, the two leading candidates proceed to a run off. Unopposed candidates do not appear on the primary ballot. Returns from an official source.
  • Tuesday 9 July 2019 - Special Party Runoff or General Election (depending on the need for a runoff). Returns from an official source.
  • Tuesday 10 September 2019 - Special Election (if there is a runoff). Returns from the North Carolina State Board of Elections. State Representative Gregory Francis "Greg" Murphy (Republican) is elected with 62% of the vote.
Total 113,607 100.00%  

Special Election - 116th Congress
CD 9
Seat up for special election
Special Election
Republican
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 10 September 2019
Special Election
  Elected Republican 96,081 50.74% state Senator  James Daniel "Dan" Bishop
FEC H0NC09187; 30 Sep 19; Tot $2,894,150; Dsb $2,693,497
  Candidate Democratic 92,144 48.66% Daniel Kent "Dan" McCready
FEC H8NC09123; 30 Sep 19; Tot $7,341,954; Dsb $7,549,839
  Candidate Libertarian 767 0.41% Jeffery "Jeff" Scott
FEC H8NC09156
  Candidate Green 371 0.20% Loran Allen "Allen" Smith
FEC H0NC09153; 30 Sep 19; Tot $6,010; Dsb $4,141
 6 November 2018: The unofficial results for the General Election are Mark Everette Harris (Republican) 139,246 votes, 49.25%; Daniel Kent "Dan" McCready (Democratic) 138,341 votes, 48.93%; Jeffery "Jeff" Scott (Libertarian) 5,130 votes, 1.81%.
This contest was not certified due to irregularities in Bladen and Robeson Counties involving requests for absentee ballots, unreturned absentee ballots, and individuals who illegally collected absentee ballots.
3 January 2019: Mark Everette Harris (Republican) is not sworn into the 116th Congress.
18 February 2019: The North Carolina State Board of Elections begins hearings.
21 February 2019: The North Carolina State Board of Elections votes unanimously to call a new election.
27 February 2019: The State Board of Elections will meet Monday 4 March 2019 to set a calendar for a special election in the 9th Congressional District.
4 March 2019: The State Board of Elections calls a Special Election to fill the vacant seat in CD 9.
  • Friday 15 March 2019 - Filing Deadline. Candidate lists from the State Board of Elections.
  • Tuesday 14 May 2019 - Special Party Primary. If no candidate receives 30% of the vote, the two leading candidates proceed to a run off. Unopposed candidates do not appear on the primary ballot. Returns from an official source. Since the Democrats had 1 candidate and 1 Republican candidate received more that 30% of the vote, there will be no runoff-- a General Election will be on 10 September.
  • Tuesday 10 September 2019 - Special Party Runoff or General Election (depending on the need for a runoff. Returns from the North Carolina State Board of Elections. State Senator James Daniel "Dan" Bishop is elected with 51% of the vote.
  • Tuesday 5 November 2019 - Special Election (if there is a runoff)
Total 189,363 100.00%  

Pennsylvania  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2021. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 9 Republican, 9 Democratic

Special Election - 116th Congress
CD 12
Seat up for special election
Special Election
Republican
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 21 May 2019
Special Election - There is no primary. Local party delegates pick their nominees.
  Elected Republican 89,180 68.09% state Representative Fred Keller
FEC H0PA12181; 30 Sep 19; Tot $795,992; Dsb $568,306
  Candidate Democratic 41,790 31.91% Marc Friedenberg
FEC H8PA05204; 30 Jun 19; Tot $209,046; Dsb $230,037
 
17 January 2019: Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican) resigned effective 23 January. He was first elected in 2010. "Having spent over two decades serving the public, I have chosen to take a position in the private sector ...."
23 January 2019: Congressman Thomas Anthony "Tom" Marino (Republican) resigns.
24 January 2019: Governor Thomas W. "Tom" Wolf (Democratic) calls a Special Election for Tuesday 21 May 2019 to fill this seat. There are no primaries. Local party delegates pick the nominees.
circa 12 February 2019: The Democratic Party has selected Marc Friedenberg as their nominee.
2 March 2019: The Republican Party has selected state Representative Fred Keller as their nominee.
Special Election Candidate List - 12th Congressional District from the Pennsylvania Department of State.
21 May 2019: RSS returns from the Pennsylvania Department of State and results from The New York Times.
21 May 2019: State Representative Fred Keller (Republican) is elected in a Special Election.
Total 130,970 100.00%  

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.

Major Parties
  Democratic
  Democratic-Farmer Labor
  Republican
Major Third Parties
  Constitution
  Green
  Libertarian
  Reform
Other Third Parties
  Independence
  Independent Party of Oregon
  Marijuana
  Peoples
  United Utah
  Unity
Independents
 
  Independent
  No Affiliation
  No Party Affiliation
  No Party Preference
  Non Affiliated
  None
  Nonpartisan
  Other
  Unaffiliated
Write-in/Scattered/otherwise not readily classifiable
  Not readily classifiable
  Write-in
 

Notes

Candidates for office appear on this page in italics where 'The Green Papers' does not yet have independent confirmation from a legal election authority that the person has been officially certified to appear on the ballot.


"FEC" indicates the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Campaign Finance Summary.

When available, we post each candidate's FEC identification number, the date of their most recently filed Report of Receipts and Disbursements, their "Tot" [Total Receipts (contributions received or what came in: FEC Form 3, Line 16, Column B)] and their "Dsb" [Total Disbursements (expenditures or what was spent: FEC Form 3, Line 23, Column B)]. A link is provided to the Federal Election Commission's Summary Report for those who might wish to explore the details.

If a candidate raises or spends $5,000 or less, he or she is not subject to FEC reporting requirements.


 


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