2012 Congressional General Election Nationwide Candidates

State
Stage
Party
Office
Election Status
Sharon Cissna
U.S. House (AK)
At-Large
(Lost)
Democratic
Jim McDermott
U.S. House (AK)
At-Large
(Lost)
Libertarian
Donald Young
U.S. House (AK)
At-Large Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jo Bonner, Jr.
U.S. House (AL)
District 1
(Won)
Republican
Therese Ford
U.S. House (AL)
District 2
(Lost)
Democratic
Martha Roby
U.S. House (AL)
District 2 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
John Harris
U.S. House (AL)
District 3
(Lost)
Democratic
Mike Rogers
U.S. House (AL)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Robert Aderholt
U.S. House (AL)
District 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Daniel Boman
U.S. House (AL)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Mo Brooks
U.S. House (AL)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Charlie Holley
U.S. House (AL)
District 5
(Lost)
Democratic
Spencer Bachus
U.S. House (AL)
District 6
(Won)
Republican
Penny Bailey
U.S. House (AL)
District 6
(Lost)
Democratic
Don Chamberlain
U.S. House (AL)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Terri Sewell
U.S. House (AL)
District 7 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Rick Crawford
U.S. House (AR)
District 1 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Scott Ellington
U.S. House (AR)
District 1
(Lost)
Democratic
Jacob Holloway
U.S. House (AR)
District 1
(Lost)
Green Party
Jessica Paxton
U.S. House (AR)
District 1
(Lost)
Libertarian
Tim Griffin
U.S. House (AR)
District 2
(Won)
Republican
Chris Hayes
U.S. House (AR)
District 2
(Lost)
Libertarian
Herb Rule
U.S. House (AR)
District 2
(Lost)
Democratic
Barbara Ward
U.S. House (AR)
District 2
(Lost)
Green Party
Kenneth Aden
U.S. House (AR)
District 3
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Rebekah Kennedy
U.S. House (AR)
District 3
(Lost)
Green Party
David Pangrac
U.S. House (AR)
District 3
(Lost)
Libertarian
Steve Womack
U.S. House (AR)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Tom Cotton
U.S. House (AR)
District 4
(Won)
Republican
Josh Drake
U.S. House (AR)
District 4
(Lost)
Green Party
Gene Jeffress
U.S. House (AR)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Bobby Tullis
U.S. House (AR)
District 4
(Lost)
Libertarian
Fatumalala Al-Sheri
U.S. House (AS)
Delegate
(Lost)
Independent
Eni Faleomavaega
U.S. House (AS)
Delegate
(Won)
Democratic
Rosie Lancaster
U.S. House (AS)
Delegate
(Lost)
Independent
Kereti Mata'utia, Jr.
U.S. House (AS)
Delegate
(Lost)
Independent
Aumua Amata Radewagen
U.S. House (AS)
Delegate Incumbent
(Lost)
Republican
Richard Carmona
U.S. Senate (AZ)
(Lost)
Democratic
Jeff Flake
U.S. Senate (AZ)
(Won)
Republican
Marc Victor
U.S. Senate (AZ)
(Lost)
Libertarian
Kim Allen
U.S. House (AZ)
District 1
(Lost)
Libertarian
Ann Kirkpatrick
U.S. House (AZ)
District 1 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Jonathan Paton
U.S. House (AZ)
District 1
(Lost)
Republican
Ron Barber
U.S. House (AZ)
District 2
(Won)
Democratic
Martha McSally
U.S. House (AZ)
District 2 Incumbent
(Lost)
Republican
Raul Grijalva
U.S. House (AZ)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Blanca Guerra
U.S. House (AZ)
District 3
(Lost)
Libertarian
Gabby Saucedo Mercer
U.S. House (AZ)
District 3
(Lost)
Republican
Paul Gosar
U.S. House (AZ)
District 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Richard Grayson
U.S. House (AZ)
District 4
(Lost)
Americans Elect
Joe Pamelia
U.S. House (AZ)
District 4
(Lost)
Libertarian
Johnnie Robinson
U.S. House (AZ)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Spencer Morgan
U.S. House (AZ)
District 5
(Lost)
Democratic
Matt Salmon
U.S. House (AZ)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jack Anderson
U.S. House (AZ)
District 6
(Lost)
Libertarian
Matt Jette
U.S. House (AZ)
District 6
(Lost)
Democratic
Mark Salazar
U.S. House (AZ)
District 6
(Lost)
Green
David Schweikert
U.S. House (AZ)
District 6 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Joe Cobb
U.S. House (AZ)
District 7
(Lost)
Libertarian
Ed Pastor
U.S. House (AZ)
District 7
(Won)
Democratic
Ron Barber
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8
(Lost)
Democratic
Jesse Kelly
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8
(Lost)
Republican
Charlie Manolakis
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8
(Lost)
Green Party
Stephen Dolgos
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8
(Lost)
Other
Trent Franks
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Gene Scharer
U.S. House (AZ)
District 8
(Lost)
Democratic
Powell Gammill
U.S. House (AZ)
District 9
(Lost)
Libertarian
Vernon Parker
U.S. House (AZ)
District 9
(Lost)
Republican
Kyrsten Sinema
U.S. House (AZ)
District 9 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Elizabeth Emken
U.S. Senate (CA)
(Lost)
Republican
Dianne Feinstein
U.S. Senate (CA)
(Won)
Democratic
Doug LaMalfa
U.S. House (CA)
District 1 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jim Reed
U.S. House (CA)
District 1
(Lost)
Democratic
Jared Huffman
U.S. House (CA)
District 2 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Daniel Roberts
U.S. House (CA)
District 2
(Lost)
Republican
John Garamendi
U.S. House (CA)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Kimberly Vann
U.S. House (CA)
District 3
(Lost)
Republican
Tom McClintock
U.S. House (CA)
District 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jack Uppal
U.S. House (CA)
District 4
(Lost)
Democratic
Joseph Loftin, Jr.
U.S. House (CA)
District 5
(Lost)
Republican
Mike Thompson
U.S. House (CA)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Doris Matsui
U.S. House (CA)
District 6 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Joseph McCray, Sr.
U.S. House (CA)
District 6
(Lost)
Republican
Ami Bera
U.S. House (CA)
District 7 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Dan Lungren
U.S. House (CA)
District 7
(Lost)
Republican
Paul Cook
U.S. House (CA)
District 8 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Gregg Imus
U.S. House (CA)
District 8
(Lost)
Republican
Ricky Gill
U.S. House (CA)
District 9
(Lost)
Republican
Jerry McNerney
U.S. House (CA)
District 9 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Jeff Denham
U.S. House (CA)
District 10 Incumbent
(Won)
Republican
Jose Hernandez
U.S. House (CA)
District 10
(Lost)
Democratic
Virginia Fuller
U.S. House (CA)
District 11
(Lost)
Republican
George Miller
U.S. House (CA)
District 11
(Won)
Democratic
John Dennis
U.S. House (CA)
District 12
(Lost)
Republican
Nancy Pelosi
U.S. House (CA)
District 12 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Barbara Lee
U.S. House (CA)
District 13 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Marilyn Singleton
U.S. House (CA)
District 13
(Lost)
Independent
Deborah Bacigalupi
U.S. House (CA)
District 14
(Lost)
Republican
Jackie Speier
U.S. House (CA)
District 14 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Pete Stark
U.S. House (CA)
District 15
(Lost)
Democratic

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