The 2022 House of Representatives elections where held at the same time as Senate and Gubernatorial elections across the United States. The Republican Party won back the House of Representatives for the first time since they lost it to the Democrats in 2018. It also saw the GOP winning three New England seats (one in Maine, New Hampshire, and Connecticut), for the first time since 2018. It also saw Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi retire. It was also the last general election not to have a libertarian win a seat until 2064.

Changes by State


State Changes in seats GOP Held seats Change Democrat Held seats Change
Alabama -1 6 0 0 -1
Alaska 0 1 0 0 0
Arizona +1
Arkansas 0 4 0 0 0
California -1
Colorado +1
Connecticut 0
Delaware 0 0 0 1 0
Florida +2
Georgia 0 10 +2 4 -2
Hawaii 0 0 0 2 0
Idaho 0 2 0 0 0
Illinois -1
Indiana 0
Iowa 0 4 +1 0 -1
Kansas 0 4 +1 0 -1
Kentucky 0
Louisiana 0
Maine 0
Maryland 0
Massachusetts 0
Michigan -1
Minnesota
Mississippi 0
Missouri
Montana +1
Nebraska 0
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York -1
North Carolina +1
North Dakota 0 1 0 0 0
Ohio -1
Oklahoma 0
Oregon +1
Pennsylvania -1
Rhode Island -1 0 0 1 -1
South Carolina 0
South Dakota 0 1 0 0 0
Tennessee 0
Texas +3
Utah 0
Vermont 0 0 0 1 0
Virginia 0
Washington 0
West Virginia -1
Wisconsin 0
Wyoming 0 1 0 0 0
Overall 0 34 +4 9 -6

Elections

Party Abbreviations-

(R)- Republican

(D)- Democratic

(I)- Independent

(L)- Libertarian

(C)- Constitution

(AA)- Aloha Aina

Congressional Leadership
Leader
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Kevin McCarthy
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Nancy Pelosi
Leader Party Republican Democratic
Leader Seat CA-23 CA-12 (Retiring)
Seats Before 213 222
Seats After 22 9
Seat Change +2 -4

NOTE: As states release new district maps and incumbents announce re-election runs or retirement this page will be updated.

Retiring, Primaried, and defeated incumbents

Retiring

-Alabama 5th- Mo Brooks retired to run for US Senate.

-Alaska At-large- Don Young retired

-Arizona 2nd- Ann Kirkpatrick retired

-California 12th- Nancy Pelosi retired

-Florida 10th- Val Demings retired to run for the US Senate

-Georgia 10th- Jody Hice retired to run for GA SecState

-Iowa 3rd- Cindy Axne retired to run to run for the US Senate

-Iowa 4th- Randy Feenstra retired to run for the US Senate

-Kansas 3rd- Sharice Davids retired to run for the US Senate

-Louisiana 2nd- Troy Carter retired to run for the US Senate

-New York 14th- Alexandria Oscario-Cortez retired to run for the US Senate

-New York 21st- Elise Stefanik retired to run for New York Governor

-New York 23rd- Tom Reed retired

-Nevada 2nd- Mark Amodei retired to run for Nevada governor

-Ohio 13th- Tim Ryan retired to run for the US Senate

-South Carolina 6th- Jim Clyburn retired

-Texas 30th- Eddie Bernice Johnson retired

-Texas 34th- Filemon Vela retired

-Washington 3rd- Jaime Herrera Beutler retired to run for the US Senate

Primaried

-Maryland 5th- Steny Hoyer (D) defeated by Mckayla Wilkes (D) who went onto win the general election

-Massachusetts 1st- Richard Neal (D) defeated by Alex Morse (D) who went onto win the general election

-Illinois 16th- Adam Kinzinger (R) defeated by Catalina Lauf (R) who went onto win the general election

-Ohio 16th- Anthony Gonzalez (R) defeated by Darrell C. Scott (R) who went onto win the general election

-Michigan 3rd- Peter Meijer (R) defeated by Tom Norton (R) who went onto win the general election

Defeated Incumbents

-Alabama 6th- Terri Sewell (D)

-Connecticut 2nd- Joe Courtney (D)

House Elections

Alabama

Alabama 2022 House Elections
1st Jerry Carl Republican 2020 Jerry Carl 100% Sam Jones 61.7%

Aldine Clark 38.3%

None Incumbent Re-elected Jerry Carl (R) 62.5%

Sam Jones (D) 37.5%

2nd Barry Moore Republican 2020 Barry Moore 100% Dexter Grimsley 100% None Incumbent re-elected Barry Moore (R) 71,3%

Dexter Grimsley (D) 28.7%

3rd Mike Rogers Republican 2002 Mike Rogers 100% Barbara Boyd 100% None Incumbent re-elected Mike Rogers (R) 63.2%

Barbara Boyd (D) 46.8%

4th Robert Aderholt Republican 1996 Robert Aderholt 100% None None Incumbent Re-elected Robert Aderholt (R) 100%
5th Mo Brooks Republican 2010 Dale Strong 100% None None Incumbent retired to run for US Senate. Party Hold Dale Strong (R) 100%
6th Gary Palmer Republican 2014 Gary Palmer 100% Terri Sewell 100% None Seat formed by two seats merging into one. One incumbent retired to run for the US Senate. Republican Hold and Democrat loss. Gary Palmer (R) 52.1%

Terri Sewell (D) 47.9%

Terri Sewell Democratic 2010

Alaska

Alaska 2022 House Elections
At-large Don Young Republican 1973 First Round

Kevin Mayer 33.3%

Barton LeBon 29.3%

Ken McCarty 18.4%

Steve Thompson 9%


Second Round

Barton LeBon 51.4%

Kevin Mayer 48.6%

Bryce Egmond 52.4%

Tom Begich 47.6%

Joe Miller (L) Incumbent Retired, Party Hold First Round

Barton LeBon (R) 41.5%

Bryce Egmond (D) 40.1%

Joe Miller (L) 18.4%


Second Round

Barton LeBon (R) 56.1%

Bryce Egmond (D) 43.9%

Arizona

Arizona 2022 House Elections
1st Tom O'Halleran Democratic 2016
2nd Ann Kirkpatrick Democratic 2018
3rd Raul Grijalva Democratic 2002
4th Paul Gosar Republican 2010
5th Andy Biggs Republican 2016
6th David Schweikert Republican 2010
7th Ruben Gallego Democratic 2014
8th Debbie Lesko Republican 2018 (special)
9th Greg Stanton Democratic 2018
10th New Seat

Arkansas

2022 Arkansas House Elections
1st Rick Crawford Republican 2010 Rick Crawford 100% Chintan Desai 100% Elvis Presley (L) Incumbent re-elected Rick Crawford (R) 72.1%

Chintan Desai (D) 24.9%

Elvis Presley (L) 3%

2nd French Hill Republican 2014 French Hill 100% Clarke Tucker 100% Chris Hayes (L) Incumbent re-elected French Hill (R) 49.9%

Clarke Tucker (D) 45.7%

Chris Hayes (L) 4.3%

Write-ins 0.1%

3rd Steve Womack Republican 2010 Steve Womack 100% None Michael Kalagias (L) Incumbent re-elected Steve Womack (R) 62.1%

Michael Kalagias (L) 36.9%

4th Bruce Westerman Republican 2014 Bruce Westermen 100% William Hansen 100% Frank Gilbert (L) Incumbent re-elected Bruce Westerman (R) 72.2%

William Hansen (D) 21.8%

Frank Gilbert (L) 6%

California

California 2022 House Elections
1st Doug LaMafla Republican 2012
2nd Jared Huffman Democratic 2012
3rd John Garamendi Democratic 2009 (Special)
4th Tom McClintock Republican 2008
5th Mike Thompson Democratic 1998
6th Doris Matsui Democratic 2005 (Special)
7th Ami Bera Democratic 2012
8th Jay Obernolte Republican 2020
9th Jerry McNerney Democratic 2006
10th Josh Harder Democratic 2018
11st Mark DeSaulnier Democratic 2014
12th Nancy Pelosi Democratic 1987 (Special)
13th Barbara Lee Democratic 1998 (Special)
14th Jackie Speier Democratic 2008 (Special)
15th Eric Swalwell Democratic 2012
16th Jim Costa Democratic 2004
17th Ro Khanna Democratic 2016
18th Anna Eshoo Democratic 1992
19th Zoe Lofgren Democratic 1994
20th Jimmy Panetta Democratic 2016
21st David Valadao Republican 2020 David Valadao 51.6%

Chris Mathys 48.4%

TJ Cox 54.3%

Nicole Parra 45.7%

None Incumbent re-elected
22nd Devin Nunes Republican 2002 Devin Nunes 100% Phil Arballo 61.7%

Eric Garcia 38.3%

None Incumbent re-elected
23rd Kevin McCarthy Republican 2006 Kevin McCarthy

82.6%

Chris Bish

17.4%

Bruno Amato

100.0%

None Incumbent re-elected
24th Salud Carbajal Democratic 2016
25th Mike Garcia Republican 2020 (Special)
26th Julia Brownley Democratic 2012
27th Judy Chu Democratic 2009 (special)
28th Adam Schiff Democratic 2000
29th Tony Cárdenas Democratic 2012
30th Brad Sherman Democratic 1996
31st Pete Aguilar Democratic 2014
32nd Grace Napolitano Democratic 1998
33rd Ted Lieu Democratic 2014
34th Jimmy Lopez Democratic 2017 (special)
35th Norma Torres Democratic 2014
36th Raul Ruiz Democratic 2012
37th Karen Bass Democratic 2010
38th Linda Sánchez Democratic 2002
39th Young Kim Republican 2020 Young Kim 100%
40th Lucille Roybal-Allard Democratic 1992
41st Mark Takano Democratic 2012
42nd Ken Calvert Republican 1992
43rd Maxine Waters Democratic 1990
44th Nanette Barragán Democratic 2016
45th Katie Porter Democratic 2018
46th Lou Correa Democratic 2016
47th Alan Lowenthal Democratic 2012
48th Michelle Steel Republican 2020
49th Mike Levin Democratic 2018
50th Darrell Issa Republican 2020
51st Juan Vargas Democratic 2012
52nd Scott Peters Democratic 2012
Sara Jacobs Democratic 2020

Colorado

1st Dianne DeGette Democratic 1996
2nd Joe Neguse Democratic 2018
3rd Lauren Boebert Republican 2020 Lauren Boebert 100% Kerry Donovan 34.6%

Donald Valdez 32.7%

Sol Sandoval 7.3%

Colin Wilhelm 6.4%

Gregg Smith 6.3%

Others 12.7%

None Incumbent re-elected Lauren Boebert 51.2%

Kerry Donovan 48.8%

4th Ken Buck Republican 2014 Ken Buck 100%
5th Doug Lamborn Republican 2006
6th Jason Crow Democratic 2018
7th Ed Perlmutter Democratic 2006
8th New Seat

Connecticut

1st John B. Larson Democratic 1998 Incumbent retired, party hold
2nd Joe Courtney Democratic 2006 Mike France 100% Joe Courtney 100% None Incumbent lost re-election. REPUBLICAN GAIN Mike France 50.2%

Joe Courtney 49.8%

3rd Rosa DeLauro Democratic 1990 Incumbent retired, party hold
4th Jim Himes Democratic 2008 Jim Himes 100% Incumbent re-elected
5th Jahana Hayes Democratic 2018 Jahana Hayes 100% Incumbent re-elected

Delaware

2022 Delaware House Elections
At-large Lisa Blunt Rochester Democratic 2017 M. Jade Brady 81.5%

Daniel Short 18.5%

Lisa Blunt Rochester 100% None Incumbent Re-elected Lisa Blunt Rochester (D) 61.3%

M. Jade Brady (R) 38.7%

Florida

Georgia

2022 Georgia House Elections
Georgia 1st Buddy Carter Republican 2014 Buddy Carter 100% Lisa Ring 77.6%

Barbara Seidman 22.4%

None Incumbent re-elected Buddy Carter (R) 60.1%

Lisa Ring (D) 39.9%

2nd Sanford Bishop Democratic 1992 Vivian Childs 100% Sanford Bishop 100% None Incumbent re-elected Sanford Bishop (D) 58.7%

Vivian Childs (R) 41.3%

3rd Drew Furgeson Republican 2016 Drew Ferguson 100% None None Incumbent re-elected Drew Furgeson (R) 100%
4th Hank Johnson Democratic 2006 None Hank Johnson 100% None Incumbent re-elected Hank Johnson (D) 100%
5th Nikema Williams Democratic 2020 None Nikema Williams 100% None Incumbent reelected Nikema Williams (D) 100%
6th Lucy McBath Democratic 2018 Joe Profit 64.5%

Brandon Beach 29.5%

Nicole Rodden 6%

Lucy McBath 100% None Incumbent lost re-election REPUBLICAN GAIN Joe Profit (R) 50.3%

Lucy McBath (D) 49.7%

7th Carolyn Bourdeaux Democratic 2020 Rich McCormick 87.3%

Eugene Yu 22.7%

Carolyn Boudreaux 100% None Incumbent lost re-election REPUBLICAN GAIN Rich McCormick (R) 54.6%

Carolyn Boudreaux (D) 45.4%

8th Austin Scott Republican 2010 Austin Scott 100% None None Incumbent re-elected Austin Scott (R) 100%
9th Andrew Clyde Republican 2020 Andrew Clyde 100% Josh McCall 78.5%

Devin Pansy 22.5%

None Incumbent re-elected Andrew Clyde (R) 68.9%

Josh McCall (D) 31.1%

10th Jody Hice Republican 2014 Bill Cowsert 64.5%

Paul Broun 35.5%

Tabitha Johnson-Green 100% None Incumbent retired to run for GA Secretary of State. Party Hold Bill Cowerset (R) 63.3%

Tabitha Johnson-Green (D) 26.7%

11th Barry Loudermilk Republican 2014 Barry Loudermilk 100% Rachel Kinsey 100% None Incumbent re-elected Barry Loudermilk (R) 62.4%

Rachel Kinsey (D) 37.6%

12th Rick W. Allen Republican 2014 Rick W. Allen 100% Dan Steiner 100% None Incumbent re-elected Rick W. Allen (R) 59.1%

Dan Steiner (D) 40.9%

13th David Scott Democratic 2002 Caeser Gonzales 100% David Scott 100% None Incumbent re-elected David Scott (D) 74.5%

Caeser Gonzales (R) 25.5%

14th Majorie Taylor-Greene Republican 2020 Majorie Taylor-Greene 53.6%

TBA 46.4%

Holly McCormack 64.5%

Marcus Flowers 35.5%

None Incumbent re-elected Majorie Taylor-Greene (R) 70.3%

Holly McCormack 29.7%

Hawaii

2022 Hawaii House Elections
1st Ed Case Democratic 2018 Ron Curtis 100% Ed Case 100% None Incumbent re-elected Ed Case (D) 75.1%

Ron Curtis (R) 24.9%

2nd Kai Kehele Democratic 2020 None Kai Kehele 100% Michelle Tippens (L)

Jonathan Hoomanawanui (AA)

Incumbent re-elected Kai Kehele (D) 67.1%

Michelle Tippens (L) 30.9%

Jonathan Hoomanawanui (AA) 1.7%

Tulsi Gabbard (Write-in) 0.2%

Others 0.1%

Idaho

2022 Idaho House Elections
1st Russ Fulcher Republican 2018 Russ Fulcher 100% Staniela Nikolova 100% Joe Evans (L) Incumbent re-elected Russ Fulcher (R) 71.4%

Staniela Nikolova (D) 26.6%

Joe Evans (L) 2%

2nd Mike Simpson Republican 1998 Mike Simpson 100% Aaron Swisher 100% Pro-Life (C)


Incumbent re-elected Mike Simpson (R) 72.5%

Aaron Swisher (D) 25.4%

Pro-Life (C) 2.1%

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

2022 Iowa House Elections
1st Ashley Hinson Republican 2020 Ashley Hinson 100% Abby Finkenauer 100% None Incumbent re-elected Ashley Hinson (R) 54.1%

Abby Finkenauer (D) 45.9%

2nd Mariannette Miller-Meeks Republican 2020 Mariannette Meeks-Miller 100% Rita Hart 100% None Incumbent re-elected Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R) 53.4%

Rita Hart (D) 46.6%

3rd Cindy Axne Democratic 2018 Brad Zaun 100% Theresa Greenfield 100% None Incumbent retired to run for US Senate. REPUBLICAN GAIN Brad Zaun (R) 52.2%

Theresa Greenfield (D) 47.8%

4th Randy Feenstra Republican 2020 Jerry Behn 67.3%

John Willis 23.4%

Megan Jones 9.3%

J.D. Scholten 100% None Incumbent retired to run for US Senate. Party Hold. Jerry Behn (R) 57.4%

J.D. Scholten (D) 42.6%

Kansas

2022 Kansas House Elections
1st Tracey Mann Republican 2020 Tracey Mann 100% Christy Davis 100% None Incumbent re-elected Tracey Mann (R) 76.5%

Christie Davis (D) 23.5%

2nd Jake LaTurner Republican 2020 Jake LaTurner 100% Michelle De La Isla 100% Robert Garrard (L) Incumbent re-elected Jake LaTurner (R) 56.7%


Michelle De La Isla (D) 41.1%


Robert Garrad (L) 2.2%

3rd Sharice Davids Democratic 2018 Amanda Adkins 29.7%

Adrienne Foster 28.9%

Sara Hart Weir 27.5%

Tom Love 13.9%

Tom Neirmann 47.5%

Brent Welder 47.2%

Jay Sidie 5.3%

Steve Hohe (L)


Incumbent retired to run for US Senate. REPUBLICAN GAIN Amanda Adkins (R) 47.6%

Tom Neirmann (D) 47.6%

Steve Hohe (L) 4.8%

4th Ron Estes Republican 2017 (Special) Ron Estes 100% Laura Lombard 100% None Incumbent re-elected Ron Estes (R) 69.9%


Laura Lombard (D) 30.1%

Kentucky

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Michigan

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New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

2022 North Dakota House Elections
At-large Kelly Armstrong Republican 2019 Kelly Armstrong 100% None None Incumbent Re-elected Kelly Armstrong 100%

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

2022 Rhode Island House Elections
At-large David Cicilline Democratic 2011 James Langevin 61.5%

David Cicilline 38.5%

Allan Fung 100% None New Seat formed by the merging of two previous seats. One of the incumbents was re-elected while the other was primaried. Party Hold James Langevin (D) 58.7%

Allan Fung (R) 42.3%

James Langevin Democratic 2001

South Carolina

South Dakota

2022 South Dakota House Elections
At-large Dusty Johnson Republican 2019 Dusty Johnson 100% Erin Healy 100% None Incumbent Re-elected Dusty Johnson (R) 64.5%

Erin Healy (D) 35.5%

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

2022 Vermont House Elections
At-large Peter Welch Democratic 2007 Harvey Smith 100% Peter Welch 100% None Incumbent Re-elected Peter Welch (D) 71.3%

Harvey Smith (R) 28.7%

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

2022 Wyoming House Election
At-large Liz Cheney Republican 2017 Liz Cheney 53.7%

Anthony Bouchard 46.3%

Chris Rothfuss 66.5%

Joe Barbuto 33.5%

None Incumbent Re-elected Liz Cheney (R) 56.4%

Chris Rothfuss (D) 43.6%

2022 House of Representatives Election Results
State Seat Incumbent Incumbent Party In Office Since Republican Primary Result Democratic Primary Result Other Candidates Result Vote %
Florida 1st Matt Gaetz Republican 2016
2nd Neal Dunn Republican 2016
3rd Kay Cammack Republican 2020
4th John Rutherford Republican 2016
5th Al Lawson Democratic 2016
6th Michael Waltz Republican 2018
7th Stephanie Murphy Democratic 2016 Incumbent retired to run for Senate. Party Hold
8th Bill Pozey Republican 2008
9th Darren Soto Democratic 2016
10th Val Demmings Democratic 2016
11th Daniel Webster Republican 2010
12th Gus Billrakis Republican 2006
13th Charlie Crist Democratic 2016
14th Kathy Castor Democratic 2006
15th Scott Franklin Republican 2020
16th Vern Buchanan Republican 2006
17th Greg Steube Republican 2018
18th Brian Mast Republican 2016
19th Byron Donalds Republican 2020
20th 1992
21st Lois Frankel Democratic 2012
22nd Ted Duetch Democratic 2010 (Special)
23rd Debbie Wasserman Schultz Democratic 2004
24th Frederica Wilson Democratic 2010
25th Mario Diaz-Balart Republican 2002
26th Carlos A. Giménez Democratic 2020
27th Maria Elvira Salazar Democratic 2020
28th New Seat New Seat New Seat
29th New Seat New Seat New Seat
Illinois 1st Bobby Rush Democratic 1992
2nd Robin Kelly Democratic 2013 (Special)
3rd Marie Newman Democratic 2020
4th Jesús “Chuy” Garcia Democratic 2018
5th Mike Quigley Democratic 2009 (Special)
6th Sean Casten Democratic 2018
7th Danny K. Davis Democratic 1996
8th Raja Krishnamoorthi Democratic 2016
9th Jan Schakowky Democratic 1998
10th Brad Schneider Democratic 2016
11th Bill Foster Democratic 2012
12th Mike Bost Republican 2014
13th Rodney Davis Republican 2012
14th Lauren Underwood Democratic 2018
15th Mary Miller Republican 2020
16th Adam Kinzinger Republican 2010
17th Cheri Bustos Democratic 2012
Darin LaHood Republican 2015 (special)
Indiana 1st Frank J. Mrvan Democratic 2020
2nd Jackie Walorski Republican 2012
3rd Jim Banks Republican 2016
4th Jim Baird Republican 2018
5th Victoria Spartz Republican 2020
6th Greg Pence Republican 2018
7th André Carson Democratic 2008 (Special)
8th Larry Bucshon Republican 2010
9th Trey Hollingsworth Republican 2016
Kentucky 1st James Comer Republican 2016
2nd Brett Guthrie Republican 2008
3rd John Yarmuth Democratic 2006
4th Thomas Massie Republican 2012
5th Hal Rogers Republican 1980
6th Andy Barr Republican 2012
Louisiana 1st Steve Scalise Republican 2008 (Special)
2nd Troy Carter Democratic 2021 (Special)
3rd Clay Higgins Republican 2016
4th Mike Johnson Republican 2016
5th Julia Letlow Republican 2021 (Special)
6th Garrett Graves Republican 2014
Maine 1st Chellie Pingree Democratic 2008
2nd Jared Golden Democratic 2018
Maryland 1st Andy Harris Republican 2010
2nd Dutch Ruppersberger Democratic 2002
3rd John Sarbanes Democratic 2006
4th Anthony G. Brown Democratic 2016
5th Steny Hoyer Democratic 1981 (Special)
6th David Trone Democratic 2018
7th Kweisi Mfune Democratic 2020 (Special)
8th Jamie Raskin Democratic 2016
Massachusetts 1st Richard Neal Democratic 1988
2nd Jim McGovern Democratic 1996
3rd Lori Trahan Democratic 2018
4th Jake Auchincloss Democratic 2020
5th Katherine Clark Democratic 2013 (Special)
6th Seth Moulton Democratic 2014
7th Ayanna Presley Democratic 2018
8th Stephen F. Lynch Democratic 2001 (Special)
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Utah 1st Blake Moore Republican 2020
2nd Chris Stewart Republican 2012
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Major takeaways:

-The GOP retains control of the US House.

-Longtime California representative and incumbent Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi retired, along with other senior Democrats including Majority Whip Clyburn.

-Many high-level Democrats in the house lost re-nomination such as Richard Neal, Alcee Hastings, and the biggest of all Steny Hoyer of Maryland.

-The GOP’s caucus diversified significantly during the campaign. |}

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