2022 Indiana House Election Interactive Map

All US House seats to be contested in 2022

Redistricting: No change in the number of districts. Toggle between 'Consensus Forecast' and 'Current House' to see how the map has changed.

Indiana has nine congressional districts, seven of which are held by Republicans. The only competitive district was the Indianapolis area 5th, which Republican Victoria Spatz won by 4% in 2020. That district was made much safer for the GOP in redistricting; no competitive races are expected here in 2022.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term Predictions Margin of Victory
Consensus House(a) President(b)
IN-1 Frank Mrvan
2021 1st
N/A 8.5%
IN-2 Jackie Walorski
2013 5th
N/A 23.0%
IN-3 Jim Banks
2017 3rd
N/A 30.5%
IN-4 Jim Baird
2019 2nd
N/A 29.8%
IN-5 Victoria Spartz
2021 1st
N/A 16.2%
IN-6 Greg Pence
2019 2nd
N/A 32.6%
IN-7 Andre Carson
2008 8th
N/A 43.1%
IN-8 Larry Bucshon
2011 6th
N/A 33.4%
IN-9 Trey Hollingsworth
2017 3rd
N/A 27.9%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2022.

(a)Source: Cook Political Report, 270toWin research. N/A for new district boundaries. In most cases, the margin is the difference between the Democratic and Republican nominee in the November 3, 2020 general election.
* Uncontested | + No major party opposition | ^ Both nominees from same party | x All-party primary
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President Margin is the percentage difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in 2020:
(b) Source: Daily Kos (when available) or Politico; based on 2022 House district boundaries
(c) Source: Daily Kos; based on House district boundaries used in 2020