New York has 27 congressional districts, tied with Florida for 3rd most in the U.S. Democrats hold 18 of these seats, many of which are in or adjacent to New York City. The nine smallest districts in the nation, by land area, are all located in four boroughs of New York City. The smallest of these, NY-13, is just over 10 square miles. Interestingly, the 18 smallest districts in the nation are all represented by Democrats. The smallest to be Republican-held is NY-11, which covers all of the final NYC borough, Staten Island, as well as a small part of lower Manhattan.
At this time, all 27 incumbents are seeking reelection in 2018. Eight seats, 6 held by Republicans and 2 by Democrats, are seen as somewhat competitive.
To create your own forecast for the midterms, visit the 2018 House Interactive Map.
(a)Source: Ballotpedia (for margins). The margin is the percentage difference between the top two vote-getters in 2016.
More recent results (i.e., special elections held in 2017-18 for vacancies) are not displayed. * Race was uncontested | ^Top two vote-getters were from the same party
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