FACTBOX: Seats projected to flip in U.S. House of Representatives elections




  • In US
  • 2018-11-07 04:03:57Z
  • By Reuters

Nov 6 (Reuters) - U.S. voters on Tuesday went to the polls in congressional elections for all 435 seats of the House of Representatives. The Democratic Party needs to pick up 23 seats to wrest control of the chamber from the Republican Party.

The following is a tally of seats that will change parties, based on projections from media outlets and data provider DDHQ.

State District Winning party

Pennsylvania 14 Republican

Virginia 10 Democratic

Florida 27 Democratic

Pennsylvania 5 Democratic

Pennsylvania 17 Democratic

Colorado 6 Democratic

Florida 26 Democratic

Kansas 3 Democratic

Minnesota 3 Democratic

New Jersey 11 Democratic

New York 11 Democratic

Virginia 2 Democratic

Pennsylvania 6 Democratic

Michigan 11 Democratic

Pennsylvania 7 Democratic

Texas 32 Democratic

Arizona 2 Democratic

Illinois 6 Democratic

New York 22 Democratic

(Reporting by Jason Lange and Michelle Price)

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