2020 House Elections: Projected Results

All 435 House seats were contested in 2020

Projected 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.

The new House will be seated in early January, 2021.

Note that while this map is interactive, it does not reflect the district boundaries that will be in place for 2022. The upcoming Census results will determine the number of districts that each state will have; states will then undergo a redistricting process.  While the changes will be most notable in states that gain or lose seats, expect to see at least minor changes in most states with multiple districts.

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House Elections 2020

Current 233 197 1 4*
Consensus Forecast 232 182 0 21

Forecast: Totals on interactive map
* Vacant Seat(s)

District Incumbent Party Since Term Predictions Margin of Victory
Consensus Map House(a) President(b)
AK-AL Don Young
1973 24th
6.5% 15.2%
Alyse Galvin
Don Young*
AR-2 French Hill
2015 3rd
6.3% 10.7%
Joyce Elliott
French Hill*