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House Elections: Full List Of Congressional Losses

The Associated Press   11/ 3/10 03:35 PM ET   AP

House Elections

A look at the winners of seats in the U.S. House that changed hands from one party to another in Tuesday's elections. List is by state, congressional district and last name of candidate:

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Republican seats won by Democrats (3):

Delaware 1, John Carney

Hawaii 1, Colleen Hanabusa

Louisiana 2, Cedric Richmond

Democratic seats won by Republicans (63):

Alabama 2, Martha Roby

Arizona 1, Paul Gosar

Arizona 5, David Schweikert

Arkansas 1, Rick Crawford

Arkansas 2, Tim Griffin

Colorado 3, Scott Tipton

Colorado 4, Cory Gardner

Florida 2, Steve Southerland

Florida 8, Daniel Webster

Florida 22, Allen West

Florida 24, Sandra Adams

Georgia 8, Austin Scott

Idaho 1, Raul Labrador

Illinois 11, Adam Kinzinger

Illinois 14, Randy Hultgren

Illinois 17, Bobby Schilling

Indiana 8, Larry Bucshon

Indiana 9, Todd Young

Kansas 3, Kevin Yoder

Louisiana 3, Jeff Landry

Maryland 1, Andy Harris

Michigan 1, Dan Benishek

Michigan 7, Tim Walberg

Minnesota 8, Chip Cravaack

Mississippi 1, Alan Nunnelee

Mississippi 4, Steven Palazzo

Missouri 4, Vicky Hartzler

Nevada 3, Joe Heck

New Hampshire 1, Frank Guinta

New Hampshire 2, Charlie Bass

New Jersey 3, Jon Runyan

New Mexico 2, Steve Pearce

New York 13, Mike Grimm

New York 19, Nan Hayworth

New York 20, Christopher Gibson

New York 24, Richard Hanna

New York 29, Thomas Reed

North Carolina 2, Renee Ellmers

North Dakota 1, Rick Berg

Ohio 1, Steve Chabot

Ohio 6, Bill Johnson

Ohio 15, Steve Stivers

Ohio 16, Jim Renacci

Ohio 18, Bob Gibbs

Pennsylvania 3, Mike Kelly

Pennsylvania 7, Patrick Meehan

Pennsylvania 8, Michael Fitzpatrick

Pennsylvania 10, Thomas Marino

Pennsylvania 11, Lou Barletta

South Carolina 5, Mick Mulvaney

South Dakota 1, Kristi Noem

Tennessee 4, Scott DesJarlais

Tennessee 6, Diane Black

Tennessee 8, Stephen Fincher

Texas 17, Bill Flores

Texas 23, Quico Canseco

Virginia 2, Scott Rigell

Virginia 5, Robert Hurt

Virginia 9, Morgan Griffith

Washington 3, Jaime Herrera

West Virginia 1, David McKinley

Wisconsin 7, Sean Duffy

Wisconsin 8, Reid Ribble

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