The Green Papers: 2022 General Election
 
Copyright www.flags.net/UNST.htm 117th Congress
(2021-2023)
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 8 November 2022.

There has been 3 deaths, 9 resignations, and 0 changes of party affiliation in the 117th House.

  • Member of Congress-elect Luke Joshua Letlow (Republican, Louisiana, CD 5) died on 29 December 2020.
  • Member of Congress Cedric L. Richmond (Democratic, Louisiana, CD 2) resigned effective 15 January 2021 to become Senior Adviser to the President and White House Public Engagement Director in the Biden Administration.
  • Member of Congress Ron Wright (Republican, Texas, CD 5) died on 7 February 2021.
  • Member of Congress Claudia Tenney (Republican, New York, CD 22) was sworn on 11 February 2021 after a contested 3 November 2020 election.
  • Member of Congress Marcia L. Fudge (Democratic, Ohio, CD 11) resigned on 10 March 2021 to become Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Biden Administration.
  • Member of Congress Debra A. "Deb" Haaland (Democratic, New Mexico, CD 1) resigned on 16 March 2021 to become Secretary of the Interior in the Biden Administration.
  • Member of Congress Julia Letlow (Republican, Louisiana, CD 5) was elected in a Special Election on 20 March 2021 and sworn on 14 April 2021.
  • Member of Congress of Alcee L. Hastings (Democratic, Florida, CD 20) died on 6 April 2021.
  • Member of Congress of Steve E. Stivers (Republican, Ohio, CD 15) announced his resignation on 19 April 2021, effective 16 May, to take a position with the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
  • Member of Congress Troy Carter (Democratic, Louisiana, CD 2) was elected in a Special Election on 24 April 2021 and sworn on 11 May 2021.
  • Member of Congress Melanie Ann Stansbury (Democratic, New Mexico, CD 1) was elected in a Special Election on 1 June 2021 and sworn on 14 June 2021.
  • Member of Congress John Kevin "Jake" Ellzey, Sr. (Republican, Texas, CD 6) was elected in a Special Election on 27 July 2021 and sworn on 30 July 2021.
  • Member of Congress Shontel M. Brown (Democratic, Ohio, CD 11) was elected in a Special Election on 2 November 2021 and sworn on 4 November 2021.
  • Member of Congress Mike Carey (Republican, Ohio, CD 15) was elected in a Special Election on 2 November 2021 and sworn on 4 November 2021.
  • Member of Congress of Devin Gerald Nunes (Republican, California, CD 22) announced his resignation on 6 December 2021 and formally resigned on 3 January 2022. He will become CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group.
  • Member of Congress Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick Democratic, Florida, CD 20) was elected in a Special Election on 11 January 2022 and sworn on 18 January 2022.
  • Member of Congress of Jeffrey Lane "Jeff" Fortenberry (Republican, Nebraska, CD 1) announced his resignation on 24 March 2022 effective 31 March 2022. He was convicted of felony concealing conduit campaign contributions (1 count) and making false statements to federal agents (2 counts) on 24 March 2022.
  • Member of Congress of Filemon B. Vela (Democratic, Texas CD 34) resigned on 31 March 2022. Earlier, he announced he was going to take a position at the Akin Gump, a law firm.
  • Member of Congress of Antonio Delgado (Democratic, New York CD 19) was designated as the new Lieutenant Governor by New York Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Democratic) on 3 May 2022 and resigned from Congress on 25 May 2022.
  • Member of Congress of Thomas W. "Tom" Reed, II (Republican, New York CD 23) resigned on 10 May 2022. He had previously announced that he would not run for re-election due to alcohol dependence and allegations of sexually harassment.

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Alaska  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 1 Vacancy

Special Election - 117th Congress
At-Large
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 16 August 2022
Special Election - 18 March 2022: Member of Congress Donald E. "Don" Young, 88, passed away.
A special general election has been called to fill the seat for the remainder of the term ending in January 2023. The filing deadline is 1 April, the special (mostly vote-by-mail) primary is 11 June, and the special (vote in-person or by-mail) general election is 16 August (concurrent with the date of the regular primary). The top 4 vote-getters regardless of party in the 11 June primary will advance to the 16 August runoff/general election. The special election is a ranked choice. The voters may rank up to 4 candidates (including a write-in) candidate from first to last.

2022 Special Election Law and Procedures, 2022 Special Election FAQ, and Special Election Ballot from the Alaska Division of Elections.

  Candidate Nonpartisan     Dennis W. "Denny" Aguayo
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Jay R. Armstrong
  Candidate Undeclared     Brian T. Beal
  Candidate Undeclared     Tim Beck
  Candidate Republican     Nicholas Joseph "Nick" Begich, III
Grandson of late Member of Congress Nick Begich

FEC H2AK01083; 31 Mar 22; Tot $1,045,072; Dsb $159,919
  Candidate Undeclared     former Dillingham City Manager Gregg B. Brelsford
FEC H2AK01075; 22 May 22; Tot $43,827; Dsb $28,420
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Robert Brown
  Candidate Libertarian     Chris Bye
FEC H2AK01216; 31 Mar 22; Tot $2,382; Dsb $1,196
  Candidate Republican     John T. Callahan
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Arlene Carle
  Candidate Undeclared     North Pole City Council Member  Santa Claus
FEC H2AK01141
  Candidate Republican     former state Senator John B. Coghill, Jr.
FEC H2AK01133
  Candidate Democratic     Anchorage Municipality Assembly Member  Christopher "Chris" Constant
FEC H2AK00200; 31 Mar 22; Tot $107,816; Dsb $12,723
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Lady Donna Dutchess
FEC H2AK01182
  Candidate Republican     Otto H. Florschutz, III
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Laurel A. Foster
  Candidate Republican     Thomas R. "Tom" Gibbons
  Candidate Undeclared     Karyn Griffin
  Candidate Nonpartisan; (Democratic)     Alan "Al" Gross
FEC H2AK01166
  Candidate Nonpartisan     former state Representative Andrew J. Halcro
FEC H2AK01224
  Candidate Libertarian     Ted S. Heintz
  Candidate Nonpartisan     William D. "Bill" Hibler, III
  Candidate Alaskan Independence     John Wayne Howe
  Candidate Undeclared     David M. "Heed" Hughes
FEC H2AK01125
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Don Knight
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Jeff Lowenfels
FEC H2AK01190
  Candidate Republican     Robert "Bob" Lyons
FEC H2AK01232
  Candidate Nonpartisan     Anne M. McCabe
  Candidate Republican     Mikel E. Melander
  Candidate Undeclared     Sherry M. Mettler
FEC H2AK01208; 22 May 22; Tot $6,500; Dsb $5,940
  Candidate Democratic     Mike Milligan
  Candidate Libertarian     J.R. Myers
FEC H2AK01091
  Candidate Democratic     Emil Notti
  Candidate American Independent     Robert Ornelas
  Candidate Republican     former Governor Sarah H. Palin
FEC H2AK00226
  Candidate Undeclared     Silvio E. Pellegrini
  Candidate Democratic     former state Representative Mary Sattler Peltola
FEC H2AK01158
  Candidate Republican     state Senator  Joshua Carl "Josh" Revak
FEC H2AK00218
  Candidate Republican     Maxwell "Max" Sumner
  Candidate Republican     Tara M. Sweeney
FEC H2AK01174
  Candidate Undeclared     David Thistle
  Candidate Democratic     Ernest F. Thomas
  Candidate Republican     Richard "Clayton" Trotter
  Candidate Republican     Bradley D. Welter
  Candidate Undeclared     Jason G. Williams
  Candidate Republican     Jo Woodward
  Candidate Democratic     state Representative  Adam L. Wool
FEC H2AK01240
  Candidate Republican     Stephen Wright

California  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 10 Republican, 42 Democratic, 1 Vacancy

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 22
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 7 June 2022
Special Election - Caused by the resignation of Member of Congress Devin Gerald Nunes (Republican) announced 6 December 2021: "Recently, I was presented with a new opportunity ... and therefore I will be leaving the House of Representatives at the end of 2021...." He formally resigned on 1 January 2022 to become CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group. Governor Gavin Newsom (Democratic) will call a special election.
7 January 2022: Governor Gavin Newsom (Democratic) called a Special Primary for 5 April and Special Election for 7 June.
 
All candidates, both party members and independents, participate in a 5 April non-partisan Special Primary. If one candidate receives a majority (50% + 1) of the primary vote, that candidate is elected. Otherwise, the top two vote getters, regardless of party, advance to the 7 June Special General Election.
 
Filing Deadlines - 20 January: in lieu of filing fees, 10 February: Declaration of Candidacy, 22 March: write-in.

Congressional District 22 - Special Election from the California Secretary of State.
Returns from an official source.
Results from a media source.

Mail-in ballots must be received by 12 April. Estimated certification is 14 April.

  Candidate Republican     former Assembly Member Connie Conway
Received 35% in the 5 April primary. Advances to the 7 June Special General Election.

FEC H2CA22231; 18 May 22; Tot $147,264; Dsb $108,555
  Candidate Democratic     Lourin Hubbard
Received 19% in the 5 April primary. Advances to the 7 June Special General Election.

FEC H2CA22165; 31 Mar 22; Tot $71,035; Dsb $37,049

Florida  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 16 Republican, 11 Democratic

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 20
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 11 January 2022
Special Election - Caused by the 6 April 2021 passing of Member of Congress of Alcee L. Hastings (Democratic).
  Elected Democratic 44,707 78.96% Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick
12 November 2021: Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick won the primary with 11,662 votes over Dale Holness with 11,657 votes.

FEC H8FL20032; 31 Mar 22; Tot $6,811,164; Dsb $5,175,516
  Candidate Republican 10,966 19.37% Jason Mariner
FEC H2FL20290; 31 Jan 22; Tot $127,229; Dsb $127,102
  Candidate Libertarian 395 0.70% Michael "Mike" ter Maat
FEC H2FL20191; 31 Jan 22; Tot $50,470; Dsb $50,470
  Candidate No Party Affiliation 265 0.47% Jim P. Flynn
FEC H2FL20282
  Candidate No Party Affiliation 262 0.46% Leonard L. "Lenny" Serratore
FEC H2FL20241; 31 Mar 22; Tot $24,766; Dsb $24,097
  Candidate Write-in; (No Party Affiliation) 22 0.04% Shelley Fain
FEC H2FL20324
 

6 April 2021: Member of Congress of Alcee L. Hastings (Democratic), 84, passed away from pancreatic cancer. He was first elected in 1992.
4 May 2021: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (Republican) called a special primary for 2 November 2021 and a special election for 11 January 2022. The filing deadlines are 3 August for petition candidates and 10 August for others.
U.S. House of Representatives District 20 from the Florida Department of State.
Notice of Special Election For The Office of United States Representative in Congress, District 20 from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ Office.
Candidate Tracking System

2 November 2021 Primary results from a media source.

11 January 2022 General Election results from a media source.
11 January 2022 General Election returns from the Florida Department of State.

Total 56,617 100.00%  

Minnesota  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 4 Democratic, 3 Republican, 1 Vacancy

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 1
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 9 August 2022
Special Election - To fill the set of Member of Congress James "Jim" Hagedorn (Republican) who passed on 17 February 2022.
24 May 2022 Primary Returns from an official source, results from a media source.
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     Warren Lee Anderson - lost primary
FEC H2MN01314
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     Sarah Brakebill-Hacke - lost primary
FEC H2MN01207; 04 May 22; Tot $8,470; Dsb $3,636
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     Candice Deal-Bartell - lost primary
FEC H2MN01256
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     Richard "Rick" DeVoe - lost primary
FEC H2MN01322; 04 May 22; Tot $54,171; Dsb $49,067
  Candidate Democratic-Farmer Labor     Jeffrey M. "Jeff" Ettinger
FEC H2MN01249; 04 May 22; Tot $423,338; Dsb $343,381
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     George H. Kalberer - lost primary
FEC H2MN01330
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     Richard William Painter - lost primary
FEC H2MN01231; 04 May 22; Tot $36,305; Dsb $28,561
    Democratic-Farmer Labor     James Rainwater - lost primary
FEC H2MN01348
    Republican     former state Representative Matthew L. "Matt" Benda - lost primary
FEC H2MN01181; 04 May 22; Tot $227,852; Dsb $96,486
    Republican     Jennifer Carnahan - lost primary
Widow of the late Member of Congress James "Jim" Hagedorn (Republican).

FEC H2MN01264; 04 May 22; Tot $403,765; Dsb $89,204
    Republican     Bob "Again" Carney, Jr. - lost primary
FEC H8MN05270
    Republican     J.R. Ewing - lost primary
FEC H2MN01355
  Candidate Republican     Brad Finstad
FEC H2MN01223; 04 May 22; Tot $244,069; Dsb $167,032
    Republican     Kevin Kocina - lost primary
FEC H2MN01199; 04 May 22; Tot $13,149; Dsb $7,704
    Republican     state Representative  Jeremy Munson - lost primary
FEC H2MN01165; 04 May 22; Tot $363,120; Dsb $107,313
    Republican     Ken Navitsky - lost primary
FEC H2MN01298; 31 Mar 22; Tot $0; Dsb $0
    Republican     state Representative  Nels Pierson - lost primary
FEC H2MN01306; 04 May 22; Tot $114,795; Dsb $6,267
    Republican     Roger Ungemach - lost primary
FEC H2MN01173
  Candidate Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis     Haroun McClellan
FEC H2MN01363
  Candidate Legal Marijuana Now     Richard B. Reisdorf
FEC H2MN01280
 The vacancy occurred more than 24 weeks before the primary. "If a vacancy occurs more than 22 weeks but fewer than 27 weeks before the state primary, the governor must issue a writ within three days of the vacancy for a special election for that office to be held on the day of the state primary with a special primary held 11 weeks before the state primary... The filing period for ... must end on or before the 147th day before the state primary," § 204D.29 Subdivision 3.(a) and (b)].
Therefore, Filing: 15 March, Special Primary: 24 May, Special Election: 9 August. Governor Timothy J. "Tim" Walz's (Democratic) 22 February 2022 Writ of Special Election.
Congressional District 1 Special Election and Sample ballot from the Minnesota Secretary of State.

Nebraska  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 2 Republican, 1 Vacancy

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 1
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 28 June 2022
Special Election - Caused by the 31 March 2022 resignation of Jeffrey Lane "Jeff" Fortenberry (Republican).
1 April 2022: Governor J. Peter "Pete" Ricketts (Republican) has called a special election for 28 June 2022 (no later than 90 days after the seat becomes vacant) to serve the remainder of the term which ends in January 2023. Each political party (Democratic and Republican) has until 22 April to select their nominees. The deadline for petition candidates is 22 April.
  Candidate Democratic     state Senator  Patty Pansing Brooks
FEC H2NE01092; 20 Apr 22; Tot $539,904; Dsb $259,050
  Candidate Republican     state Senator  Mike Flood
FEC H2NE01118 or H2NE01167.
9 April 2022: Nominated by convention.

FEC H2NE01118; 20 Apr 22; Tot $895,262; Dsb $675,702

New York  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 7 Republican, 18 Democratic, 2 Vacancies

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 19
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: August 2022 (presumably)
Special Election - Caused by the resignation of Member of Congress Antonio Delgado. On 3 May 2022, Delgado was named by New York Governor Kathleen Courtney "Kathy" Hochul (Democratic) as the new Lieutenant Governor.
The date for a Special Election for US House seat must be set no later than 10 days after his resignation from Congress and then must be held within 3 months of that.
25 May 2022: Antonio Delgado is sworn in as Lieutenant Governor.
  Candidate Democratic     Ulster County Executive  Patrick K. "Pat" Ryan
FEC H2NY18103
  Candidate Republican; Conservative     Dutchess County Executive  Marcus J. "Marc" Molinaro
FEC H2NY19127; 31 Mar 22; Tot $991,647; Dsb $261,031

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 23
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 23 August 2022 (presumably)
Special Election - Caused by the resignation of Member of Congress Thomas W. "Tom" Reed, II (Republican) on 10 May 2022-- "After almost 12 years in Congress, today is my last day...." On 21 March 2021, he announced that he will not run for re-election due to alcohol dependence and allegations of sexually harassment.
The date for a Special Election for US House seat must be set no later than 10 days after his resignation from Congress and then must be held within 3 months of that.
Nominees for Special Elections are selected by the parties in each affected County. There are no primaries
  Candidate Democratic; Working Families     Max H. Della Pia
FEC H2NY23186; 31 Mar 22; Tot $15,070; Dsb $268
  Candidate Republican     Hugh Bahar
FEC H2NY23111
  Candidate Republican     George H. Burns, III
FEC H2NY23160
  Candidate Republican     Marc Christian Cenedella
FEC H2NY23194
  Candidate Republican     Raymond "Ray" Juliano, Jr.
FEC H2NY23178
  Candidate Republican     Richard "Rich" Moon
FEC H2NY23145; 31 Mar 22; Tot $70,196; Dsb $38,426
  Candidate Republican     former Broome County Legislator George K. Phillips
  Candidate Republican     Joseph "Joe" Sempolinski
FEC H2NY23137; 31 Mar 22; Tot $199,335; Dsb $52,488

Texas  2-year term. Election Cycle 2020, 2024. No Term Limit.
Partisan Composition: 23 Republican, 12 Democratic, 1 Vacancy

Special Election - 117th Congress
CD 34
Seat up for special election
Special Election
 
Seat up for special election: Tuesday 14 June 2022
Special Election - To fill the seat of Member of Congress Filemon B. Vela (Democratic). Congressman Vela was first elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020. On 22 March 2021 he announced "I will not be seeking reelection to the House of Representatives in 2022....". On 24 March 2022 he announced he will resign to take a position at the law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. He resigned on 31 March 2022.
4 April 2022: Governor Greg Abbott (Republican) called special all-party primary. All candidates, regardless of party affiliation, run on a single 14 June ballot. If one candidate receives a majority of the vote, that candidate is elected. Otherwise, the top two vote-getters advance to a yet-to-be-scheduled runoff. The filing deadline is 13 April.
Candidate list from the Texas Secretary of State.
  Candidate Democratic     Rene "Ray" Coronado
FEC H2TX34246
  Candidate Democratic     former Cameron County Commissioner Dan Sanchez
FEC H2TX34238
  Candidate Republican     former Palmhurst City Council Member Juana Cantú-Cabrera
FEC H2TX34212
  Candidate Republican     Mayra Nohemi Flores
FEC H2TX34113; 31 Mar 22; Tot $347,758; Dsb $227,101
    Independent     Ronald D. Mills - apparently not a candidate
FEC H2TX34139; 30 Sep 21; Tot $11,977; Dsb $522
    Independent     Christopher B. "Chris" Royal - apparently not a candidate

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
  Democratic-Nonpartisan League
  Republican
Major Third Parties
  Constitution
  Green
  Libertarian
Other Third Parties
  Alaskan Independence
  Alliance Party
  Aloha 'Āina
  American Constitution
  American Independent
  American Patriot Party
  American Solidarity
  Americans Coming Together Party
  Communist
  Conservative
  Grassroots - Legalize Cannabis
  Independence
  Independent American
  Independent Party of Florida
  Labor
  Legal Marijuana Now
  Liberty Caucus
  Moderate
  Peace And Freedom
  Pirate
  Socialist Workers Party
  U.S. Taxpayers
  United Utah
  Unity
  We The People
  Working Families
Independents
 
  Independent
  No Party Affiliation
  No Party Preference
  No Political Party
  Non Affiliated
  None
  Nonpartisan
  Nonparty
  Not affiliated with a recognized
  Other
  Unaffiliated
  Undeclared
  Working Class
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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