2020 New York House Election Interactive Map

All US House seats to be contested in 2020
New York has 27 congressional districts. Democrats hold a 21-5 majority, after flipping three seats in 2018. There is a vacancy in the previously GOP-held 27th district; this is likely to stay in Republican control.

2020 will be the final election with this map, as redistricting will occur in 2021 after the 2020 Census. New York is expected to lose a congressional district. The new districts will be first contested in the 2022 election.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term Predictions Margin of Victory
Pro Map House(a) President(b)
NY-1 Lee Zeldin
2015 3rd
6.0% 12.3%
NY-2 Peter King
1993 14th
6.7% 9.1%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2020.
NY-11 Max Rose
2019 1st
5.9% 9.8%
NY-18 Sean P. Maloney
2013 4th
10.1% 1.9%
NY-19 Antonio Delgado
2019 1st
2.8% 6.8%
NY-22 Anthony Brindisi
2019 1st
1.2% 15.5%
NY-24 John Katko
2015 3rd
6.2% 3.6%
NY-27 OPEN
0.5% 24.5%
NY-3 Thomas Suozzi
2017 2nd
17.7% 6.1%
NY-4 Kathleen Rice
2015 3rd
22.6% 9.6%
NY-5 Gregory Meeks
1998 12th
* 73.0%
NY-6 Grace Meng
2013 4th
90.3% 33.0%
NY-7 Nydia Velazquez
1993 14th
93.3% 76.5%
NY-8 Hakeem Jeffries
2013 4th
94.0% 71.1%
NY-9 Yvette Clarke
2007 7th
78.9% 69.1%
NY-10 Jerrold Nadler
1992 15th
62.4% 59.5%
NY-12 Carolyn Maloney
1993 14th
73.9% 69.8%
NY-13 Adriano Espaillat
2017 2nd
89.2% 86.9%
NY-14 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
2019 1st
64.1% 57.9%
NY-15 Jose Serrano
1990 16th
92.0% 88.9%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2020.
NY-16 Eliot Engel
1989 16th
* 52.6%
Incumbent defeated in primary for 2020 election.
NY-17 Nita Lowey
1989 16th
87.8% 20.2%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2020.
NY-20 Paul Tonko
2009 6th
32.9% 13.5%
NY-21 Elise Stefanik
2015 3rd
14.9% 13.9%
NY-23 Tom Reed
2010 6th
10.0% 14.8%
NY-25 Joseph Morelle
2018 2nd
17.8% 16.4%
NY-26 Brian Higgins
2005 8th
46.1% 19.6%

(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.