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2016 House Election Interactive Map

All 435 House seats to be contested in 2016

The biennial election for representatives from all 435 Congressional Districts will take place on November 8, 2016. Winners will be sworn in to serve in the 115th Congress in early January, 2017. The Republican Party currently controls the U.S. House, with seats, more than the 218 needed for control (when there are no vacancies).

Use the House election map and content below to create your 2016 House election forecast. The default view shows districts currently expected to be at least somewhat competitive, as projected by Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball. Use the 'Mine' column to adjust your rating. Select a state to see all Districts (including 'safe seats') in that state.

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House Elections 2016
All 435 Voting Seats. 218 Needed for Control.
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Competitive 2016 House Races

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Note: Court-ordered redistricting has led to many Florida and Virginia congressional districts being redrawn for the 2016 election. The map and Representative data on this page reflect the current district boundaries, which will remain in effect until the new Congress is seated in January, 2017. However, the election ratings in the table reflect the new boundaries, as these determine where people will vote in November.

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