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Freshman U.S. House Members

As of September 30, 2019
Current members of the U.S. House of Representatives serving their first term in the 116th Congress. Almost all were elected in the November, 2018 midterms, but the list will also include those who joined in any subsequent special election.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term 2020 Rating Margin of Victory
House(a) President(b)
AZ-2 Ann Kirkpatrick
2019 1st
9.4% 4.9%
CA-10 Josh Harder
2019 1st
4.4% 3.0%
CA-21 TJ Cox
2019 1st
0.5% 15.5%
CA-25 OPEN
8.7% 6.7%
CA-39 Gil Cisneros
2019 1st
3.1% 8.6%
CA-45 Katie Porter
2019 1st
4.1% 5.4%
CA-48 Harley Rouda
2019 1st
7.1% 1.7%
CA-49 Mike Levin
2019 1st
12.7% 7.5%
CO-6 Jason Crow
2019 1st
11.2% 8.9%
FL-15 Ross Spano
2019 1st
6.0% 10.0%
FL-26 Debbie Mucarsel-Powell
2019 1st
1.7% 16.3%
FL-27 Donna Shalala
2019 1st
5.9% 19.6%
GA-6 Lucy McBath
2019 1st
1.0% 1.5%
IA-1 Abby Finkenauer
2019 1st
5.0% 3.5%
IA-3 Cindy Axne
2019 1st
2.1% 3.5%
IL-6 Sean Casten
2019 1st
7.1% 7.0%
IL-14 Lauren Underwood
2019 1st
4.9% 3.9%
KS-2 Steve Watkins
2019 1st
0.8% 18.4%
KS-3 Sharice Davids
2019 1st
9.6% 1.2%
ME-2 Jared Golden
2019 1st
1.0% 10.3%
MI-8 Elissa Slotkin
2019 1st
3.8% 6.7%
MI-11 Haley Stevens
2019 1st
6.6% 4.4%
MN-1 Jim Hagedorn
2019 1st
0.4% 14.9%
MN-2 Angela Craig
2019 1st
5.5% 1.2%
MN-3 Dean Phillips
2019 1st
11.4% 9.4%
MN-8 Pete Stauber
2019 1st
5.5% 15.6%
NC-9 Dan Bishop
2019 1st
0.4% 10.4%
NH-1 Chris Pappas
2019 1st
8.5% 1.6%
NJ-2 Jeff Van Drew
2019 1st
7.6% 4.6%
NJ-3 Andy Kim
2019 1st
1.2% 6.2%
NJ-7 Tom Malinowski
2019 1st
5.0% 1.1%
NJ-11 Mikie Sherrill
2019 1st
14.6% 0.8%
NM-2 Xochitl Torres Small
2019 1st
1.8% 10.2%
NV-3 Susie Lee
2019 1st
9.0% 1.0%
NV-4 Steven Horsford
2019 1st
8.1% 4.9%
NY-11 Max Rose
2019 1st
5.9% 9.8%
NY-19 Antonio Delgado
2019 1st
2.8% 6.8%
NY-22 Anthony Brindisi
2019 1st
1.2% 15.5%
OK-5 Kendra Horn
2019 1st
1.3% 13.4%
SC-1 Joe Cunningham
2019 1st
1.3% 13.1%
TX-2 Daniel Crenshaw
2019 1st
7.2% 9.3%
TX-6 Ron Wright
2019 1st
7.7% 12.3%
TX-7 Lizzie Fletcher
2019 1st
5.0% 1.4%
TX-21 Chip Roy
2019 1st
2.8% 10.0%
TX-32 Colin Allred
2019 1st
6.3% 1.9%
UT-4 Ben McAdams
2019 1st
0.2% 6.7%
VA-2 Elaine Luria
2019 1st
2.2% 3.4%
VA-5 Denver Riggleman
2019 1st
6.5% 11.1%
VA-7 Abigail Spanberger
2019 1st
1.9% 6.5%
VA-10 Jennifer Wexton
2019 1st
12.3% 10.0%
WA-8 Kim Schrier
2019 1st
4.8% 3.0%
AZ-9 Greg Stanton
2019 1st
22.1% 16.3%
CO-2 Joe Neguse
2019 1st
26.6% 21.3%
CT-5 Jahana Hayes
2019 1st
11.7% 4.1%
FL-6 Michael Waltz
2019 1st
12.6% 17.0%
FL-17 Greg Steube
2019 1st
24.5% 27.2%
HI-1 Ed Case
2019 1st
50.0% 32.6%
ID-1 Russ Fulcher
2019 1st
31.8% 38.3%
IL-4 Jesus Garcia
2019 1st
73.1% 68.9%
IN-4 Jim Baird
2019 1st
28.1% 34.1%
IN-6 Greg Pence
2019 1st
30.9% 40.3%
MA-3 Lori Trahan
2019 1st
28.5% 22.8%
MA-7 Ayanna Pressley
2019 1st
* 72.2%
MD-6 David Trone
2019 1st
21.0% 15.1%
MI-9 Andy Levin
2019 1st
22.8% 7.8%
MI-13 Rashida Tlaib
2019 1st
84.2% 60.7%
MN-5 Ilhan Omar
2019 1st
56.2% 55.2%
MS-3 Michael Guest
2019 1st
26.4% 24.5%
NC-3 Greg Murphy
2019 1st
* 24.5%
ND-AL Kelly Armstrong
2019 1st
24.6% 36.4%
NM-1 Debra Haaland
2019 1st
22.8% 16.5%
NY-14 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
2019 1st
64.1% 57.9%
OH-16 Anthony Gonzalez
2019 1st
13.6% 16.6%
PA-4 Madeleine Dean
2019 1st
27.0% 19.4%
PA-6 Chrissy Houlahan
2019 1st
17.7% 9.3%
PA-9 Dan Meuser
2019 1st
19.4% 34.0%
PA-12 Fred Keller
2019 1st
32.0% 36.5%
PA-13 John Joyce
2019 1st
40.9% 45.5%
PA-14 Guy Reschenthaler
2019 1st
15.9% 29.0%
SC-4 William Timmons
2019 1st
23.0% 25.7%
SD-AL Dusty Johnson
2019 1st
24.3% 29.8%
TN-2 Tim Burchett
2019 1st
32.8% 35.4%
TN-6 John Rose
2019 1st
40.9% 48.9%
TN-7 Mark Green
2019 1st
34.7% 39.3%
TX-3 Van Taylor
2019 1st
10.0% 14.2%
TX-5 Lance Gooden
2019 1st
24.7% 28.4%
TX-16 Veronica Escobar
2019 1st
41.2% 40.7%
TX-29 Sylvia Garcia
2019 1st
51.1% 45.7%
VA-6 Ben Cline
2019 1st
19.4% 24.8%
WI-1 Bryan Steil
2019 1st
12.3% 10.3%
WV-3 Carol Miller
2019 1st
12.7% 49.2%

(a)Source: Daily Kos, 270toWin research. The margin is the percentage difference between the top two vote-getters in 2018.
More recent results (i.e., special elections held in 2019-20 for vacancies) are not displayed.
* Race was uncontested | ^Top two vote-getters were from the same party

(b)Source: Daily Kos. The margin is the percentage difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.