2020 House Elections: Actual Results
All 435 House seats were contested in 2020
Results for the 435 House races contested in 2020. Prior to the election, Democrats held 232 seats, Republicans 197. One seat was held by a Libertarian. There were five vacancies.
Democrats maintained control of the chamber after the 2020 elections. However it is a much narrower margin: the party had a net loss of about 10 seats.
While this map is interactive, it does not reflect the district boundaries that will be in place for the 2022 elections. Most states will undergo a redistricting process after the Census release. It could be into 2022 before this is finalized in every state.