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Denny Hastert Speaker of the House (Republican, Illinois 14th district)
Tom DeLay Former Majority Leader (Republican, Texas 22nd district)
Resigned speakership in 2005; then resigned House seat in 2006; to face corruption charges.
John Boehner Majority Leader (Republican, Ohio 8th district)
Nancy Pelosi Minority Leader (Democrat, California 8th district)
Roy Blunt Majority Whip (Republican, Missouri 7th district)
Steny Hoyer Minority Whip (Democrat, Maryland 5th district)
 
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Alabama
Jo Bonner1RepublicanMobile 
Terry Everett2RepublicanRehobeth 
Michael Rogers3RepublicanAnniston 
Robert Aderholt4RepublicanHaleyville 
Bud Cramer5DemocratHuntsville 
Spencer Bachus6RepublicanVestavia Hills 
Artur Davis7DemocratBirmingham 
Alaska
Don YoungAt LargeRepublicanFort Yukon 
Arizona
Rick Renzi1RepublicanFlagstaff 
Contested race: Challenger: Ellen Simon (D).
Trent Franks2RepublicanGlendale 
John Shadegg3RepublicanPhoenix 
Ed Pastor4DemocratPhoenix 
J.D. Hayworth5RepublicanScottsdale 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: St. Sen. Harry E. Mitchell (D).
Jeff Flake6RepublicanMesa 
Raul Grijalva7DemocratTucson 
Jim Kolbe8RepublicanTucson 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Gabby Giffords (D) and Frank Atenori (R)
Arkansas
Marion Berry1DemocratGillett 
Vic Snyder2DemocratLittle Rock 
John Boozman3RepublicanRogers 
Mike Ross4DemocratPrescott 
California
Mike Thompson1DemocratSt. Helena 
Wally Herger2RepublicanMarysville 
Dan Lungren3RepublicanLong Beach 
John Doolittle4RepublicanRocklin 
Incumbent corruption scandal: Challenger: Charlie Brown (D).
Robert Matsui5DemocratSacramento 
Rep. Matsui passed away in Jan. 2004. In a special election, his widow, Doris Matsui, was elected.
Lynn Woolsey6DemocratPetaluma 
George Miller7DemocratMartinez 
Nancy Pelosi8DemocratSan Francisco 
Barbara Lee9DemocratOakland 
Ellen Tauscher10DemocratAlamo 
Richard Pombo11RepublicanTracy 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Jerry McNerney (D).
Tom Lantos12DemocratSan Mateo 
Pete Stark13DemocratFremont 
Anna Eshoo14DemocratAtherton 
Mike Honda15DemocratSan Jose 
Zoe Lofgren16DemocratSan Jose 
Sam Farr17DemocratCarmel 
Dennis Cardoza18DemocratAtwater 
George Radanovich19RepublicanMariposa 
Jim Costa20DemocratFresno 
Devin Nunes21RepublicanTulare 
Bill Thomas22RepublicanBakersfield 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Sharon M. Beery (D) and St. AM Kevin McCarthy (R).
Lois Capps23DemocratSanta Barbara 
Elton Gallegly24RepublicanSimi Valley 
Buck McKeon25RepublicanSanta Clarita 
David Dreier26RepublicanSan Dimas 
Brad Sherman27DemocratSherman Oaks 
Howard Berman28DemocratNorth Hollywood 
Adam Schiff29DemocratBurbank 
Henry Waxman30DemocratLos Angeles 
Xavier Becerra31DemocratLos Angeles 
Hilda Solis32DemocratEl Monte 
Diane Watson33DemocratLos Angeles 
Lucille Roybal-Allard34DemocratLos Angeles 
Maxine Waters35DemocratLos Angeles 
Jane Harman36DemocratVenice 
Juanita Millender-McDonald37DemocratCarson 
Grace Napolitano38DemocratNorwalk 
Linda Sanchez39DemocratLakewood 
Ed Royce40RepublicanFullerton 
Jerry Lewis41RepublicanRedlands 
Gary Miller42RepublicanDiamond Bar 
Joe Baca43DemocratRialto 
Ken Calvert44RepublicanCorona 
Mary Bono45RepublicanPalm Springs 
Dana Rohrabacher46RepublicanHuntington Beach 
Loretta Sanchez47DemocratSanta Ana 
Christopher Cox48RepublicanNewport Beach 
Cox was nominated to the S.E.C. in 2005, and a special election on Dec. 6 2005 elected John Campbell (R) to replace him.
Darrell Issa49RepublicanVista 
Duke Cunningham50RepublicanDel Mar 
Cunningham resigned in 2005 and was sentenced on bribery charges in March 2006 to serve 8 years in prison.
The special election to replace Cunningham was held on April 11 2006, with a runoff election on June 6. The declared winner was former Rep. Brian Bilbray, amid charges of vote-stealing. Democrat Francine Busby faces a rematch against Bilbray in November.
Bob Filner51DemocratSan Diego 
Duncan Hunter52RepublicanAlpine 
Susan Davis53DemocratSan Diego 
Colorado
Diana DeGette1DemocratDenver 
Mark Udall2DemocratBoulder 
John Salazar3DemocratAlamosa 
Marilyn Musgrave4RepublicanFort Morgan 
Contested race: Challenger: St. Rep. Angie Paccione (D).
Joel Hefley5RepublicanColorado Springs 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Jay Fawcett (D) and St. Sen. Doug Lamborn (R)
Tom Tancredo6RepublicanLittleton 
Bob Beauprez7RepublicanArvada 
Retiring in 2006 to run for governor. Challengers: Peggy Lamm (D) and Rick O'Donnell (R)
Connecticut
John Larson1DemocratEast Hartford 
Rob Simmons2RepublicanStonington 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: ex-St. Rep. Joe Courtney (D).
Rosa DeLauro3DemocratNew Haven 
Christopher Shays4RepublicanBridgeport 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Selectwoman Diane G. Farrell (D).
Nancy Johnson5RepublicanNew Britain 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: St. Sen. Chris Murphy (R).
District of Columbia
Eleanor NortonAt LargeDemocratWashington 
Delaware
Michael CastleAt LargeRepublicanWilmington 
Contested race: Challenger: Dennis Spivack (D).
Florida
Jeff Miller1RepublicanChumuckla 
Allen Boyd2DemocratMonticello 
Corrine Brown3DemocratJacksonville 
Ander Crenshaw4RepublicanJacksonville 
Ginny Brown-Waite5RepublicanBrooksville 
Cliff Stearns6RepublicanOcala 
John Mica7RepublicanWinter Park 
Ric Keller8RepublicanOrlando 
Michael Bilirakis9RepublicanTarpon Springs 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: ex-County Commissioner Phyllis Busansky (D) and St. Rep. Gus Michael Bilirais (R).
Bill Young10RepublicanIndian Rocks Beach 
Jim Davis11DemocratTampa 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: County Commissioner Kathy Castor (D) and Eddie Adams, Jr. (R).
Adam Putnam12RepublicanBartow 
Katherine Harris13RepublicanSarasota 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: Christine L. Jennings (D) and Vern Buchanan (R).
Connie Mack IV14RepublicanSanibel 
Dave Weldon15RepublicanPalm Bay 
Mark Foley16RepublicanWest Palm Beach 
Resigned under investigation, Sept. 2006: Challenger: Timothy Mahoney (D); Joe Negron (R).
Kendrick Meek17DemocratMiami 
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen18RepublicanMiami 
Robert Wexler19DemocratBoca Raton 
Debbie Wasserman Schultz20Democrat 
Lincoln Diaz-Balart21RepublicanMiami 
Clay Shaw22RepublicanFt. Lauderdale 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: St. Sen. Ron Klein (D).
Alcee Hastings23DemocratMiramar 
Tom Feeney24RepublicanOviedo 
Mario Diaz-Balart25RepublicanMiami 
Georgia
Jack Kingston1RepublicanSavannah 
Sanford Bishop2DemocratAlbany 
Jim Marshall3DemocratMacon 
Because of redistricting, Jim Marshall is running for the GA-8th seat, and Lynn Westmoreland is running for the GA-3rd seat.
Cynthia McKinney4Democrat 
Defeated in Aug. 8th primary. Challengers: County Commissioner Hank Johnson (D) and Catherine Davis (R).
John Lewis5DemocratAtlanta 
Tom Price6Republican 
John Linder7RepublicanDuluth 
Lynn Westmoreland8Republican 
Challenger to Jim Marshall: former U.S. Rep. Mac Collins (R).
Charlie Norwood9RepublicanEvans 
Nathan Deal10RepublicanClermont 
Phil Gingrey11RepublicanMarietta 
John Barrow12Democrat 
David Scott13DemocratAtlanta 
Hawaii
Neil Abercrombie1DemocratHonolulu 
Ed Case2DemocratHonolulu 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: ex-Lt. Gov. Mazie K. Hirono (D), Hanalei Aipoalani (D) and St. Sen. Bob Hogue (R).
Idaho
Butch Otter1RepublicanStar 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: Larry Grant (D) and St. Rep. Bill Sali (R).
Mike Simpson2RepublicanBlackfoot 
Illinois
Bobby Rush1DemocratChicago 
Jesse Louis Jackson2DemocratChicago 
Dan Lipinski3Democrat 
Luis Gutierrez4DemocratChicago 
Rahm Emanuel5DemocratChicago 
Henry Hyde6RepublicanWood Dale 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Iraq vet Tammy Duckworth (D) and St. Sen. Peter J. Roskam (R).
Danny Davis7DemocratChicago 
Melissa Bean8Democrat 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: David McSweeney (R).
Jan Schakowsky9DemocratEvanston 
Mark Kirk10RepublicanWilmette 
Jerry Weller11RepublicanMorris 
Jerry Costello12DemocratBelleville 
Judy Biggert13RepublicanHinsdale 
Denny Hastert14RepublicanYorkville 
Timothy Johnson15RepublicanUrbana 
Donald Manzullo16RepublicanEgan 
Lane Evans17DemocratRock Island 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Phil Hare (D) and Andrea Lane Zinga (R).
Ray LaHood18RepublicanPeoria 
John Shimkus19RepublicanCollinsville 
Indiana
Peter Visclosky1DemocratMerrillville 
Chris Chocola2RepublicanBristol 
Contested race: Challenger: City Councilor Dr. Thomas Hayhurst (D).
Mark Souder3RepublicanFort Wayne 
Steve Buyer4RepublicanMonticello 
Dan Burton5RepublicanIndianapolis 
Mike Pence6RepublicanColumbus 
Julia Carson7DemocratIndianapolis 
John Hostettler8RepublicanBlairsville 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Sheriff Brad Ellsworth (D).
Mike Sodrel9Republican 
Hotly contested race: Challengers: Baron P. Hill (D, see voting record) and Eric Schansberg (L).
Iowa
Jim Nussle1RepublicanManchester 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: Bruce Braley (D) and Mike Whalen (R).
Jim Leach2RepublicanDavenport 
Leonard Boswell3DemocratDes Moines 
Contested race: Challenger: St. Sen. Jeff Lamberti (R).
Tom Latham4RepublicanAlexander 
Steve King5RepublicanKiron 
Kansas
Jerry Moran1RepublicanHays 
Jim Ryun2RepublicanTopeka 
Dennis Moore3DemocratLenexa 
Todd Tiahrt4RepublicanGoddard 
Kentucky
Ed Whitfield1RepublicanHopkinsville 
Ron Lewis2RepublicanCecilia 
Anne Northup3RepublicanLouisville 
Contested race: Challenger: John Yarmuth (D).
Geoff Davis4Republican 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: ex-U.S. Rep. Ken Lucas (D) -- Click for previous House voting record.
Hal Rogers5RepublicanSomerset 
Ben Chandler6DemocratWoodford County 
Louisiana
Bobby Jindal1Republican 
William Jefferson2DemocratNew Orleans 
Incumbent corruption scandal: Challenger: Joe LaVigne (R).
Charlie Melancon3Democrat 
Jim McCrery4RepublicanShreveport 
Contested race: Challengers: Artis Cash (D)
Rodney Alexander5RepublicanQuitman 
Richard Hugh Baker6RepublicanBaton Rouge 
Charles Boustany7Republican 
Maine
Tom Allen1DemocratPortland 
Contested race: Challenger: Dexter Kamilewicz (I).
Michael Michaud2DemocratEast Millinocket 
Maryland
Wayne Gilchrest1RepublicanKennedyville 
Dutch Ruppersberger2DemocratCockeysville 
Benjamin Cardin3DemocratBaltimore 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: John Sarbanes or Peter Beilenson, Oz Bengur, Paula Hollinger, Kevin Scott O'Keeffe (D) vs. Gary E. Applebaum or John David White (R).
Albert Wynn4DemocratMitchellville 
Steny Hoyer5DemocratMechanicsville 
Roscoe Bartlett6RepublicanFrederick 
Elijah Cummings7DemocratBaltimore 
Chris Van Hollen8DemocratKensington 
Massachusetts
John Olver1DemocratAmherst 
Richard Neal2DemocratSpringfield 
Jim McGovern3DemocratWorcester 
Barney Frank4DemocratNewton 
Marty Meehan5DemocratLowell 
John Tierney6DemocratSalem 
Ed Markey7DemocratMalden 
Michael Capuano8DemocratSomerville 
Steve Lynch9DemocratSouth Boston 
Hotly contested race: Challengers: Phil Dunkelbarger (D) and Jack E. Robinson (R).
Bill Delahunt10DemocratQuincy 
Michigan
Bart Stupak1DemocratMenominee 
Peter Hoekstra2RepublicanHolland 
Vernon Ehlers3RepublicanGrand Rapids 
Dave Camp4RepublicanMidland 
Dale Kildee5DemocratFlint 
Fred Upton6RepublicanSt. Joseph 
Joe Schwarz7Republican 
Defeated in Aug. 8 GOP primary. Challengers: Sharon Marie Renier (D) and ex-St. Rep. Tim Walberg (R).
Mike Rogers8RepublicanBrighton 
Joe Knollenberg9RepublicanBloomfield Hills 
Candice Miller10RepublicanHarrison Township 
Thad McCotter11RepublicanLivonia 
Sander Levin12DemocratRoyal Oak 
Carolyn Kilpatrick13DemocratDetroit 
John Conyers14DemocratDetroit 
John Dingell15DemocratDearborn 
Minnesota
Gil Gutknecht1RepublicanRochester 
John Kline2RepublicanLakeville 
Contested race: Challenger: Coleen Rowley (DFL).
Jim Ramstad3RepublicanMinnetonka 
Betty McCollum4DemocratSt. Paul 
Martin Sabo5DemocratMinneapolis 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: St. Rep. Keith Ellison (D) and Alan Fine (R).
Mark Kennedy6RepublicanWatertown 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: Patty Wetterling (D; see Senate campaign issues) and St. Sen. Michele M. Bachmann (R).
Collin Peterson7DemocratDetroit Lakes 
James Oberstar8DemocratChisholm 
Mississippi
Roger Wicker1RepublicanTupelo 
Bennie Thompson2DemocratBolton 
Chip Pickering3RepublicanHebron 
Gene Taylor4DemocratBay St. Louis 
Missouri
Bill Clay1DemocratSt. Louis 
Todd Akin2RepublicanSt. Louis 
Russ Carnahan3Democrat 
Ike Skelton4DemocratLexington 
Emanuel Cleaver5Democrat 
Sam Graves6RepublicanTarkio 
Roy Blunt7RepublicanStrafford 
Jo Ann Emerson8RepublicanCape Girardeau 
Kenny Hulshof9RepublicanColumbia 
Montana
Dennis RehbergAt LargeRepublicanBillings 
Nebraska
Jeff Fortenberry1Republican 
Lee Terry2RepublicanOmaha 
Tom Osborne3RepublicanLeMoyne 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: Scott Kleeb (D) and St. Sen. Adrian M. Smith (R).
Nevada
Shelley Berkley1DemocratLas Vegas 
Jim Gibbons2RepublicanReno 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: Board of Regents member Jill Derby (D) vs. St. Rep. Sharron E. Angle or Representative's wife Dawn Gibbons or Sec. of St. Dean Heller (R).
Jon Porter3RepublicanHenderson 
Contested race: Challenger: Tessa Hafen (D).
New Hampshire
Jeb Bradley1RepublicanWolfeboro 
Contested race: Challenger: Carol Shea-Porter (D).
Charlie Bass2RepublicanPeterborough 
Contested race: Challenger: ex-Ass't. Att. Gen. Paul Hodes (D).
New Jersey
Robert Andrews1DemocratHaddon Heights 
Frank LoBiondo2RepublicanMillville 
Jim Saxton3RepublicanMount Holly 
Christopher Smith4RepublicanRobbinsville 
Scott Garrett5RepublicanWantage 
Frank Pallone6DemocratLong Branch 
Mike Ferguson7RepublicanWarren Township 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Linda Stender (D).
Bill Pascrell8DemocratPaterson 
Steven Rothman9DemocratFair Lawn 
Donald Payne10DemocratNewark 
Rodney Frelinghuysen11RepublicanMorristown 
Rush Holt12DemocratHopewell Township 
Robert Menendez13DemocratUnion City 
Appointed to Senate; Running for Senate in 2006. Nominees: Dem: Albio Sires; GOP: John J. Guarini
New Mexico
Heather Wilson1RepublicanAlbuquerque 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Attorney General Patricia Madrid (D).
Steve Pearce2RepublicanHobbs 
Tom Udall3DemocratSanta Fe 
New York
Timothy Bishop1DemocratSouthampton 
Steve Israel2DemocratHuntington 
Peter King3RepublicanSeaford 
Carolyn McCarthy4DemocratMineola 
Gary Ackerman5DemocratJamaica Estates 
Gregory Meeks6DemocratQueens 
Joseph Crowley7DemocratQueens/Bronx 
Jerrold Nadler8DemocratNew York 
Anthony Weiner9DemocratBrooklyn 
Ed Towns10DemocratBrooklyn 
Major Owens11DemocratBrooklyn 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: ex-school board member Chris Owens (D) and Stephen Finger (R).
Nydia Velazquez12DemocratBrooklyn 
Vito Fossella13RepublicanStaten Island 
Carolyn Maloney14DemocratNew York 
Chuck Rangel15DemocratNew York 
Jose Serrano16DemocratBronx 
Eliot Engel17DemocratBronx 
Nita Lowey18DemocratHarrison 
Sue Kelly19RepublicanKatonah 
Incumbent corruption scandal: Challenger: John Hall (D).
John Sweeney20RepublicanClifton Park 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Kirsten Gillibrand (D).
Michael McNulty21DemocratGreen Island 
Maurice Hinchey22DemocratSaugerties 
John McHugh23RepublicanPierrepont Manor 
Sherry Boehlert24RepublicanNew Hartford 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: District Attorney Michael Arcuri (D) and State Senator Ray Meier (R).
Jim Walsh25RepublicanSyracuse 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Dan Maffei (D).
Thomas Reynolds26RepublicanClarence 
Incumbent corruption scandal: Challenger: Jack Davis (D).
Brian Higgins27Democrat 
Louise Slaughter28DemocratFairport 
Randy Kuhl29Republican 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Eric J. Massa (D).
North Carolina
G.K. Butterfield1Democrat 
Bob Etheridge2DemocratLillington 
Walter Beaman Jones3RepublicanFarmville 
David Eugene Price4DemocratChapel Hill 
Virginia Foxx5Republican 
John Howard Coble6RepublicanGreensboro 
Mike McIntyre7DemocratLumberton 
Robin Hayes8RepublicanConcord 
Sue Myrick9RepublicanCharlotte 
Patrick McHenry10Republican 
Charles Taylor11RepublicanBrevard 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Heath Shuler (D).
Mel Watt12DemocratCharlotte 
Brad Miller13DemocratRaleigh 
North Dakota
Earl PomeroyAt LargeDemocratValley City 
Ohio
Steve Chabot1RepublicanCincinnati 
Contested race: Challenger: City Councilman John Cranley (D).
Rob Portman2RepublicanTerrace Park 
Rep. Portman resigned upon being nominated for U.S. Trade Representative. A special election was held on Aug. 2, 2005, and Jean Schmidt (R) was elected.
Mike Turner3RepublicanDayton 
Michael Oxley4RepublicanFindlay 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Richard Siferd (D) and St. Sen. Jim Jordan (R).
Paul Gillmor5RepublicanOld Fort 
Ted Strickland6DemocratLucasville 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: St. Sen. Charlie Wilson (D) and St. Rep. Chuck Blasdel (R).
Dave Hobson7RepublicanSpringfield 
John Boehner8RepublicanWest Chester 
Marcy Kaptur9DemocratToledo 
Dennis Kucinich10DemocratCleveland 
Stephanie Tubbs Jones11DemocratCleveland 
Pat Tiberi12RepublicanColumbus 
Contested race: Challenger: ex-US Rep. Bob Shamansky (D).
Sherrod Brown13DemocratLorain 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: ex-St. Rep. Betty Sutton (D) and Mayor Craig Foltin (R).
Steven LaTourette14RepublicanMadison 
Deborah Pryce15RepublicanPerry Township 
Contested race: Challenger: County Commissioner Mary Jo Kilroy (D).
Ralph Regula16RepublicanNavarre 
Tim Ryan17DemocratNiles 
Bob Ney18RepublicanSt. Clairsville 
Withdrew, Aug. 2006, to face corruption charges. Democrats nominated Zack Space in the May 2006 primary; the GOP appointed Joy Padgett as Ney's ballot replacement.
Oklahoma
John Sullivan1RepublicanTulsa 
Dan Boren2Democrat 
Frank Dean Lucas3RepublicanCheyenne 
Tom Cole4RepublicanMoore 
Ernest Istook5RepublicanOklahoma City 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: David Hunter (D) and Lt. Gov. Mary Fallin (R).
Oregon
David Wu1DemocratPortland 
Greg Walden2RepublicanHood River 
Earl Blumenauer3DemocratPortland 
Peter DeFazio4DemocratSpringfield 
Darlene Hooley5DemocratWest Linn 
Pennsylvania
Robert Brady1DemocratPhiladelphia 
Chaka Fattah2DemocratPhiladelphia 
Phil English3RepublicanErie 
Contested race: Challenger: Steve Porter (D).
Melissa Hart4RepublicanBradford Woods 
John Peterson5RepublicanPleasantville 
Jim Gerlach6RepublicanDowningtown 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Lois Murphy (D).
Curt Weldon7RepublicanGlen Mills 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Navy Admiral Joe Sestak (D).
Mike Fitzpatrick8Republican 
Contested race: Challenger: Patrick J. Murphy (D).
Bill Shuster9RepublicanHollidaysburg 
Don Sherwood10RepublicanTunkhannock 
Contested race: Challenger: Chris Carney (D).
Paul Kanjorski11DemocratNanticoke 
John Murtha12DemocratJohnstown 
Allyson Schwartz13Democrat 
Mike Doyle14DemocratSwissvale 
Charlie Dent15Republican 
Joseph Pitts16RepublicanKennett Square 
Tim Holden17DemocratSaint Clair 
Tim Murphy18RepublicanPittsburgh 
Todd Platts19RepublicanYork 
Rhode Island
Patrick Kennedy1DemocratProvidence 
James Langevin2DemocratWarwick 
South Carolina
Henry Brown1RepublicanHanahan 
Joe Wilson2RepublicanSpringdale 
Gresham Barrett3RepublicanWestminster 
Bob Inglis4Republican 
John Spratt5DemocratYork 
James Clyburn6DemocratColumbia 
South Dakota
Stephanie HersethAt LargeDemocratHoughton 
Tennessee
Bill Jenkins1RepublicanRogersville 
Retiring in 2006. Challengers: Rick Trent (D) and St. Rep. David Davis (R).
Jimmy Duncan2RepublicanKnoxville 
Zach Wamp3RepublicanChattanooga 
Lincoln Davis4DemocratPall Mall 
Jim Cooper5DemocratNashville 
Bart Gordon6DemocratMurfreesboro 
Marsha Blackburn7RepublicanBrentwood 
John Tanner8DemocratUnion City 
Harold Ford9DemocratMemphis 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: St. Sen. Steve Cohen (D) and Mark White (R), Jake Ford (I).
Texas
Louie Gohmert1Republican 
Ted Poe2Republican 
Sam Johnson3RepublicanPlano 
Ralph Moody Hall4RepublicanRockwall 
Jeb Hensarling5RepublicanDallas 
Joe Linus Barton6RepublicanEnnis 
John Culberson7RepublicanHouston 
Kevin Brady8RepublicanThe Woodlands 
Al Green9Democrat 
Michael McCaul10Republican 
Mike Conaway11Republican 
Kay Granger12RepublicanFort Worth 
Mac Thornberry13RepublicanClarendon 
Ron Paul14RepublicanSurfside 
Ruben Hinojosa15DemocratMercedes 
Silvestre Reyes16DemocratEl Paso 
Chet Edwards17DemocratAbilene 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Van Taylor (R).
Sheila Jackson-Lee18DemocratHouston 
Randy Neugebauer19RepublicanLubbock 
Charlie Gonzalez20DemocratSan Antonio 
Lamar Smith21RepublicanSan Antonio 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: John Courage (D).
Tom DeLay22RepublicanSugar Land 
Resigned speakership in 2005; then resigned House seat in 2006; to face corruption charges. Still on ballot for Nov. 2006 despite moving to Virginia. Democrats have nominated former U.S. Rep. Nick Lampson. Also running are Shelley Sekula-Gibbs (Republican) and Bob Smithers (Libertarian)
Henry Bonilla23RepublicanSan Antonio 
Kenny Marchant24Republican 
Chris Bell25DemocratHouston 
Michael Burgess26RepublicanHighland Village 
Solomon Ortiz27DemocratCorpus Christi 
Henry Cuellar28Democrat 
Gene Green29DemocratHouston 
Eddie Johnson30DemocratDallas 
John Carter31RepublicanRound Rock 
Pete Sessions32RepublicanDallas 
Utah
Rob Bishop1RepublicanBrigham City 
Jim Matheson2DemocratSalt Lake City 
Chris Cannon3RepublicanMapleton 
Vermont
Bernie SandersAt LargeIBurlington 
Running for Senate in 2006. Challengers: Peter Welch (D) and Martha Rainville (R).
Virginia
Jo Ann Davis1RepublicanGloucester 
Thelma Drake2Republican 
Hotly contested race: Challenger: Commissioner of Revenue Phil Kellam (D).
Bobby Scott3DemocratNewport News 
Randy Forbes4RepublicanChesapeake 
Virgil Goode5RepublicanRocky Mount 
Bob Goodlatte6RepublicanRoanoke 
Eric Cantor7RepublicanRichmond 
James Moran8DemocratArlington 
Rick Boucher9DemocratAbingdon 
Frank Wolf10RepublicanVienna 
Tom Davis11RepublicanFalls Church 
Washington
Jay Inslee1DemocratBainbridge Island 
Rick Larsen2DemocratEverett 
Brian Baird3DemocratVancouver 
Doc Hastings4RepublicanPasco 
Cathy McMorris5Republican 
Norm Dicks6DemocratBelfair 
Jim McDermott7DemocratSeattle 
Dave Reichert8Republican 
Contested race: Challenger: Darcy Burner (D).
David Adam Smith9DemocratTacoma 
West Virginia
Alan Mollohan1DemocratFairmont 
Incumbent corruption scandal: Challenger: Chris Wakim (R).
Shelley Capito2RepublicanCharleston 
Nick Rahall3DemocratBeckley 
Wisconsin
Paul Ryan1RepublicanJanesville 
Tammy Baldwin2DemocratMadison 
Ron Kind3DemocratLa Crosse 
Gwen Moore4Democrat 
James Sensenbrenner5RepublicanMenomonee Falls 
Tom Petri6RepublicanFond du Lac 
David Obey7DemocratWausau 
Mark Green8RepublicanGreen Bay 
Running for Governor in 2006. Challengers: Steve Kagen (D) or ex-Brown Co. Exec. Nancy Nusbaum (D) vs. St. Rep. Terri McCormick (R).
Wyoming
Barbara CubinAt LargeRepublicanCasper 

                                                                                                                                                                               
  

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