2012 United States House of Representatives elections

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The 2012 United States House of Representatives elections were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.wikipedia
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113th United States Congress

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The winners of this election cycle served in the 113th United States Congress.
It was composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives based on the results of the 2012 Senate elections and the 2012 House elections.

2012 United States Senate election in Connecticut

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2) Connecticut 5: Chris Murphy, to run for U.S. Senate (Won), was succeeded by Elizabeth Esty.
The 2012 United States Senate election in Connecticut was held on November 6, 2012, in conjunction with the 2012 U.S. presidential election, other elections to the United States Senate in other states, as well as elections to the United States House of Representatives, and various state and local elections.

Steve Austria

2) Ohio 7: Steve Austria.
In December 2011, Austria announced his intention to not run for re-election for the 113th Congress in the 2012 elections.

Alan Grayson

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He was defeated for re-election in 2010 by Republican Daniel Webster and was then elected in 2012 for a second, non-consecutive term in the House of Representatives, defeating Republican Todd Long.

Keith Rothfus

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Mark Critz lost to Keith Rothfus.
He succeeded Democrat Mark Critz, whom he defeated in the 2012 election.

Cheri Bustos

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Bobby Schilling lost to Cheri Bustos.
Previously elected to the East Moline City Council in 2007, she defeated Republican incumbent Bobby Schilling in the 2012 congressional election and a subsequent 2014 rematch.

Allen West (politician)

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Allen West lost to Patrick Murphy.
Redistricting due to the 2010 census resulted in West switching to for the 2012 House elections.

Libertarian Party (United States)

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However, it did publish an article in which Bruce Majors, the party's 2012 candidate for the District of Columbia's at-large congressional district delegate election, expressed support to "put a referendum on the ballot" and "let residents decide whether they would like to be a state" and thereby give residents of Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico greater control over their level of taxation.

Tim Johnson (Illinois politician)

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2) Illinois 15: Tim Johnson, was succeeded by Rodney L. Davis (with district being renumbered as Illinois 13).
;2012Due to congressional apportionment following the 2010 Census, Johnson ran in the Republican primary to represent for the 2012 elections.

Pete Stark

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Pete Stark lost to Eric Swalwell
In the 2012 elections, Stark's district was renumbered as the 15th District.

Tom Rice

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Rice won election in the U.S. Congress elections, 2012 for the U.S. House, representing South Carolina's South Carolina's 7th congressional district.

Lois Frankel

won by Lois Frankel
On March 21, 2011, Frankel announced that she would run in the newly redrawn Florida's 22nd congressional district in the upcoming 2012 House election.

Charlie Gonzalez

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7) Texas 20: Charlie Gonzalez, was succeeded by Joaquín Castro.
Gonzalez announced on November 25, 2011, that he would not seek reelection in the 2012 congressional elections.

Jared Polis

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Polis was the Red to Blue program chair for the DCCC during the 2012 elections, helping recruit and raise money for Democratic candidates in competitive congressional districts.

Kenneth R. Timmerman

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Kenneth R. Timmerman (born November 4, 1953) is a political writer and conservative activist who was the 2012 Republican nominee for U.S. Representative for the newly redrawn, facing the incumbent Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat.

Republican Party (United States)

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In the previous century, on four occasions the party with a plurality of the popular vote was unable to receive a majority in the House, but only twice since World War II. The last times were in 1952 and 1996, in which the GOP held a majority in the House.

Gene Jeffress

Jeffress ran in the 2012 elections for the United States House of Representatives, representing Arkansas' 4th congressional district.

Dale Kildee

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2) Michigan 5: Dale Kildee, was succeeded by Dan Kildee.
In July 2011, Kildee announced he would retire after his current term was up in 2012.

Democratic Party (United States)

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The 1942 election was the last time that the Democrats held a majority in the House without winning the popular vote.

Bill Pascrell

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: Steve Rothman lost a redistricting race to fellow incumbent Bill Pascrell

Russ Carnahan

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: Russ Carnahan lost a redistricting race to fellow incumbent Lacy Clay