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Kentucky - District 1

x-James Comer (i), Uncontested

Kentucky - District 2

540 of 540 precincts - 100 percent

Kathleen Free, 8,380 - 11 percent

x-Brett Guthrie (i), 65,313 - 89 percent

Kentucky - District 3

608 of 608 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Mike Craven, 19,676 - 42 percent

Waymen Eddings, 7,275 - 16 percent

Rhonda Palazzo, 19,806 - 42 percent

Kentucky - District 4

542 of 542 precincts - 100 percent

x-Thomas Massie (i), 68,590 - 81 percent

Todd McMurtry, 16,091 - 19 percent

Kentucky - District 5

735 of 735 precincts - 100 percent

x-Harold Rogers (i), 76,575 - 91 percent

Gerardo Serrano, 7,436 - 9 percent

Kentucky - District 6

627 of 627 precincts - 100 percent

x-Andy Barr (i), 62,746 - 91 percent

Chuck Eddy, 3,642 - 5 percent

Geoffrey Young, 2,768 - 4 percent

New York - District 1

x-Lee Zeldin (i), Uncontested

New York - District 2

524 of 524 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Mike LiPetri, 5,989 - 38 percent

Andrew Garbarino, 9,603 - 62 percent

New York - District 3

-Open

x-George Santos, Uncontested

New York - District 4

652 of 652 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Douglas Tuman, 5,217 - 75 percent

Cindy Grosz, 1,766 - 25 percent

New York - District 6

-Open

x-Thomas Zmich, Uncontested

New York - District 7

-Open

x-Brian Kelly, Uncontested

New York - District 8

-Open

x-Garfield Wallace, Uncontested

New York - District 9

-Open

x-Constantine Jean-Pierre, Uncontested

New York - District 10

-Open

x-Cathy Bernstein, Uncontested

New York - District 11

489 of 489 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Joseph Caldarera, 5,444 - 30 percent

Nicole Malliotakis, 12,952 - 70 percent

New York - District 12

-Open

x-Carlos Santiago-Cano, Uncontested

New York - District 13

-Open

x-Lovelynn Gwinn, Uncontested

New York - District 14

-Open

x-John Cummings, Uncontested

New York - District 15

-Open

x-Orlando Molina, Uncontested

New York - District 17

398 of 398 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Maureen McArdle Schulman, 4,687 - 79 percent

Yehudis Gottesfeld, 1,240 - 21 percent

New York - District 18

-Open

x-Chele C. Farley, Uncontested

New York - District 19

330 of 330 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Ola Hawatmeh, 5,502 - 52 percent

Kyle Van De Water, 5,037 - 48 percent

New York - District 20

-Open

x-Elizabeth Joy, Uncontested

New York - District 21

x-Elise Stefanik (i), Uncontested

New York - District 22

464 of 484 precincts - 96 percent -Open

Claudia Tenney, 15,515 - 70 percent

George Phillips, 6,778 - 30 percent

New York - District 23

x-Tom Reed (i), Uncontested

New York - District 24

x-John Katko (i), Uncontested

New York - District 25

-Open

x-George Mitris, Uncontested

New York - District 26

-Open

x-Ricky Donovan, Uncontested

New York - District 27

313 of 313 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Stefan Mychajliw, 7,550 - 13 percent

Beth Parlato, 9,481 - 17 percent

x-Chris Jacobs, 39,831 - 70 percent

Virginia - District 1

x-Robert Wittman (i), Uncontested

Virginia - District 2

183 of 183 precincts - 100 percent -Open

Jarome Bell, 10,695 - 22 percent

Ben Loyola, 14,032 - 29 percent

x-Scott Taylor, 23,195 - 48 percent

Virginia - District 3

207 of 207 precincts - 100 percent -Open

x-John Collick, 8,972 - 40 percent

J. H. Downs, 7,786 - 35 percent

George Yacus, 5,800 - 26 percent

Virginia - District 6

x-Ben Cline (i), Uncontested

Virginia - District 9

x-Morgan Griffith (i), Uncontested

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