Freshman U.S. House Members

January, 2023
Current members of the U.S. House of Representatives serving their first term in the 118th Congress, after being elected in the 2022 midterm elections.

Excluded from the list is George Santos (R, NY-03), who was expelled on December 1, 2023.

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District Incumbent Party Since Term 2024 Rating Margin of Victory
House(a) President(b)
AZ- 6 Juan Ciscomani
2023 1st
1.5% 0.1%
CA- 3 Kevin Kiley
2023 1st
7.2% 1.8%
CA- 13 John Duarte
2023 1st
0.4% 10.9%
CO- 8 Yadira Caraveo
2023 1st
0.7% 4.6%
FL- 7 Cory Mills
2023 1st
17.1% 5.5%
FL- 13 Anna Luna
2023 1st
8.1% 6.8%
FL- 15 Laurel Lee
2023 1st
17.1% 3.2%
FL- 23 Jared Moskowitz
2023 1st
4.8% 13.2%
GA- 6 Rich McCormick
2023 1st
N/A 49.5%
Will run in GA-07 after new redistricting
IA- 3 Zach Nunn
2023 1st
0.7% 0.3%
IL- 17 Eric Sorensen
2023 1st
4.0% 7.8%
MI- 3 Hillary Scholten
2023 1st
12.9% 8.5%
MI- 10 John James
2023 1st
0.5% 1.0%
MT- AL Ryan Zinke
2023 1st
3.2% 6.9%
NC- 1 Don Davis
2023 1st
N/A 1.7%
NC- 11 Chuck Edwards
2023 1st
N/A 11.0%
NC- 13 Wiley Nickel
2023 1st
N/A 17.3%
Incumbent not running for re-election in 2024.
NC- 14 Jeff Jackson
2023 1st
N/A 16.1%
Retiring to run for NC Attorney General
NJ- 7 Tom Kean
2023 1st
2.8% 3.9%
NM- 2 Gabriel Vasquez
2023 1st
0.7% 5.9%
NY- 1 Nicholas LaLota
2023 1st
11.0% 0.2%
NY- 4 Anthony D'Esposito
2023 1st
3.6% 14.5%
NY- 17 Michael Lawler
2023 1st
0.6% 10.1%
NY- 19 Marc Molinaro
2023 1st
1.6% 4.6%
NY- 22 Brandon Williams
2023 1st
1.0% 7.5%
OH- 1 Greg Landsman
2023 1st
5.5% 8.5%
OH- 13 Emilia Sykes
2023 1st
5.4% 2.8%
OR- 4 Val Hoyle
2023 1st
7.5% 12.7%
OR- 5 Lori Chavez-DeRemer
2023 1st
2.1% 8.9%
OR- 6 Andrea Salinas
2023 1st
2.5% 13.2%
PA- 17 Chris Deluzio
2023 1st
6.8% 5.8%
TN- 5 Andy Ogles
2023 1st
13.5% 11.3%
TX- 15 Monica De La Cruz
2023 1st
8.5% 2.9%
VA- 2 Jen Kiggans
2023 1st
3.4% 1.9%
WA- 3 Marie Perez
2023 1st
0.8% 4.2%
WI- 3 Derrick Van Orden
2023 1st
3.7% 4.7%
AL- 5 Dale Strong
2023 1st
N/A 27.1%
AZ- 2 Eli Crane
2023 1st
7.8% 7.9%
CA- 15 Kevin Mullin
2023 1st
11.0% ^ 57.3%
CA- 37 Sydney Kamlager
2023 1st
28.0% ^ 73.3%
CA- 42 Robert Garcia
2023 1st
36.8% 45.8%
CO- 7 Brittany Pettersen
2023 1st
15.0% 14.2%
FL- 4 Aaron Bean
2023 1st
20.9% 6.7%
FL- 10 Maxwell Frost
2023 1st
19.6% 31.8%
GA- 10 Mike Collins
2023 1st
N/A 21.2%
HI- 2 Jill Tokuda
2023 1st
26.9% 29.5%
IL- 1 Jonathan Jackson
2023 1st
34.1% 42.4%
IL- 3 Delia Ramirez
2023 1st
37.0% 41.4%
IL- 13 Nikki Budzinski
2023 1st
13.2% 11.2%
IN- 9 Erin Houchin
2023 1st
30.0% 27.3%
KY- 3 Morgan McGarvey
2023 1st
24.0% 22.3%
MD- 4 Glenn Ivey
2023 1st
80.5% 81.0%
MI- 13 Shri Thanedar
2023 1st
47.1% 49.6%
MO- 4 Mark Alford
2023 1st
45.0% 39.3%
MO- 7 Eric Burlison
2023 1st
44.1% 41.4%
MS- 4 Mike Ezell
2023 1st
48.8% 38.0%
NC- 4 Valerie Foushee
2023 1st
N/A 46.2%
NJ- 8 Robert Menendez
2023 1st
48.7% 45.3%
NY- 10 Dan Goldman
2023 1st
68.4% 71.2%
NY- 23 Nick Langworthy
2023 1st
29.8% 17.2%
OH- 7 Max Miller
2023 1st
10.7% 9.2%
OK- 2 Josh Brecheen
2023 1st
49.1% 53.4%
PA- 12 Summer Lee
2023 1st
12.4% 19.9%
RI- 2 Seth Magaziner
2023 1st
3.7% 13.7%
SC- 7 Russell Fry
2023 1st
29.7% 18.7%
TX- 1 Nathaniel Moran
2023 1st
56.2% 45.9%
TX- 3 Keith Self
2023 1st
23.6% 14.4%
TX- 8 Morgan Luttrell
2023 1st
37.5% 27.2%
TX- 30 Jasmine Crockett
2023 1st
53.0% 56.7%
TX- 35 Greg Casar
2023 1st
45.2% 45.2%
TX- 38 Wesley Hunt
2023 1st
27.4% 18.1%
VT- AL Becca Balint
2023 1st
33.6% 35.6%
WY- AL Harriet Hageman
2023 1st
43.8% 43.7%

(a) Source: 270toWin research.
Aside from these exceptions, the margin is the difference between the Democratic and Republican nominee in the 2022 general election.
Exception types: * Uncontested | + No major party opposition | ^ Both nominees from same party | x All-party primary | y Ranked choice tabulation

(b) Source: Daily Kos. The margin is the difference between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, based on congressional district boundaries in use for the 2024 election. Where there has been redistricting, the 2022 boundaries are used in the Current House tab.