United States House of Representatives
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... All of Massachusetts's ten seats in the United States House of Representatives are up for election in 2010 ... All of the incumbent Representatives are seeking re-election, with the exception of Bill Delahunt of District 10 ...
... Six of the seven members of Louisiana's House delegation sought re-election ... House seats while Democrats held one seat, but the lone Democratic seat changed from the Louisiana's 2nd congressional district to the 3rd ...
... Affiliation Members Delegates / Resident Commissioner (non-voting) Number of state majorities Republican Party 33 ... Democratic Party 14 ... Vacancy 0 ... Total 6 ... Majority 50 ...
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