Democratic Gain

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Tim Dunn - Complete List of Races - New York
... Results Candidates New York 1 Tim Bishop Democratic 2002 Re-elected Tim Bishop (D) 62.2% Italo Zanzi (R) 37.8% New York 2 Steve Israel Democratic 2000 Re-ele. 29.3% New York 19 Sue Kelly Republican 1994 Lost re-election Democratic gain John Hall (D) 51.2% Sue Kelly (R) 48.8% New York 20 John Sweeney Republican 1998 Lost re-election Democratic ...
United States House Of Representatives Elections, 2008 - Complete List - Virginia
... L) 1.5% Virginia 2 Thelma Drake Republican 2004 Lost re-election Democratic gain Glenn Nye (D) 52.4% Thelma Drake (R) 47.5% Virginia 3 Bobby Scott Democratic 1992 Re-elected Bobby Scott (D ... Ron Fisher (IG) 2.1% Virginia 9 Rick Boucher Democratic 1982 Re-elected Rick Boucher (D) unopposed Virginia 10 Frank Wolf Republican 1980 Re-elected Frank Wolf (R) 58.8% Judy ...
United States House Of Representatives Elections, 1932 - November Elections - Wisconsin
... Kading Republican 1926 Lost renomination Democratic gain Charles W ... Schafer Republican 1922 Lost re-election Democratic gain Raymond Joseph Cannon (D) 51.0% John C ... Stafford Republican 1928 Lost renomination Democratic gain Thomas O'Malley (D) 43.8% Joseph A ...
United States Senate Elections, 1914 - Complete List of Races - November Election
... White Democratic Retired Democratic hold Oscar Underwood (Democratic) 90.2% Alex Birch (Republican) 6.8% Adolphus Longshore (Progressive) 2.35% S ... Smith Democratic Re-elected Marcus A ... Smith (Democratic) 53.23% Don Lorenzo Hubbell (Republican) 18.95% Eugene W ...

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