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Eds: This take covers Colorado through Georgia

Colorado – District 1

318 of 434 precincts – 73 percent

Casper Stockham, GOP 65,700 – 26 percent

x-Diana DeGette, Dem (i) 183,933 – 72 percent

Raymon Doane, Lib 6,909 – 3 percent

Colorado – District 2

534 of 538 precincts – 99 percent -Open

x-Joe Neguse, Dem 252,220 – 60 percent

Peter Yu, GOP 142,617 – 34 percent

Roger Barris, Lib 9,424 – 2 percent

Nick Thomas, Una 15,961 – 4 percent

Colorado – District 3

500 of 507 precincts – 99 percent

x-Scott Tipton, GOP (i) 169,105 – 52 percent

Diane Mitsch Bush, Dem 142,049 – 43 percent

Gaylon Kent, Lib 5,468 – 2 percent

Mary Malarsie, Una 10,422 – 3 percent

Colorado – District 4

532 of 544 precincts – 98 percent

Karen McCormick, Dem 139,380 – 39 percent

x-Ken Buck, GOP (i) 216,954 – 61 percent

Colorado – District 5

306 of 351 precincts – 87 percent

Stephany Spaulding, Dem 104,930 – 38 percent

x-Doug Lamborn, GOP (i) 159,932 – 58 percent

Douglas Randall, Lib 9,285 – 3 percent

Colorado – District 6

472 of 476 precincts – 99 percent -Dem Gain

Mike Coffman, GOP (i) 146,339 – 43 percent

x-Jason Crow, Dem 184,399 – 54 percent

Kat Martin, Lib 5,733 – 2 percent

Dan Chapin, Una 4,512 – 1 percent

Colorado – District 7

347 of 347 precincts – 100 percent

x-Ed Perlmutter, Dem (i) 198,792 – 60 percent

Mark Barrington, GOP 117,328 – 36 percent

Jennifer Nackerud, Lib 13,412 – 4 percent

Connecticut – District 1

135 of 135 precincts – 100 percent

x-John Larson, Dem (i) 173,271 – 64 percent

Jennifer Nye, GOP 95,924 – 35 percent

Thomas McCormick, Grn 3,015 – 1 percent

Connecticut – District 2

143 of 143 precincts – 100 percent

x-Joe Courtney, Dem (i) 178,896 – 62 percent

Danny Postemski, GOP 102,326 – 36 percent

Daniel Reale, Lib 3,296 – 1 percent

Michelle Bicking, Grn 3,598 – 1 percent

Connecticut – District 3

174 of 174 precincts – 100 percent

x-Rosa DeLauro, Dem (i) 173,424 – 64 percent

Angel Cadena, GOP 95,702 – 36 percent

Connecticut – District 4

121 of 121 precincts – 100 percent

x-Jim Himes, Dem (i) 165,718 – 61 percent

Harry Arora, GOP 106,325 – 39 percent

Connecticut – District 5

143 of 143 precincts – 100 percent -Open

x-Jahana Hayes, Dem 149,852 – 56 percent

Manny Santos, GOP 118,524 – 44 percent

Delaware – District 1

435 of 435 precincts – 100 percent

x-Lisa Rochester, Dem (i) 227,333 – 64 percent

Scott Walker, GOP 125,381 – 36 percent

Florida – District 1

199 of 199 precincts – 100 percent

Jennifer Zimmerman, Dem 106,117 – 33 percent

x-Matt Gaetz, GOP (i) 216,118 – 67 percent

Florida – District 2

299 of 299 precincts – 100 percent

Bob Rackleff, Dem 96,170 – 33 percent

x-Neal Dunn, GOP (i) 199,299 – 67 percent

Florida – District 3

218 of 218 precincts – 100 percent

Yvonne Hayes Hinson, Dem 129,810 – 42 percent

x-Ted Yoho, GOP (i) 176,601 – 58 percent

Florida – District 4

180 of 180 precincts – 100 percent

Ges Selmont, Dem 123,283 – 32 percent

x-John Rutherford, GOP (i) 248,371 – 65 percent

Joceline Berrios, NPA 7,147 – 2 percent

Jason Bulger, NPA 2,319 – 1 percent

Florida – District 5

273 of 273 precincts – 100 percent

x-Al Lawson, Dem (i) 180,464 – 67 percent

Virginia Fuller, GOP 89,783 – 33 percent

Florida – District 6

185 of 185 precincts – 100 percent -Open

Nancy Soderberg, Dem 145,709 – 44 percent

x-Michael Waltz, GOP 187,860 – 56 percent

Florida – District 7

144 of 144 precincts – 100 percent

x-Stephanie Murphy, Dem (i) 183,045 – 58 percent

Mike Miller, GOP 134,265 – 42 percent

Florida – District 8

216 of 216 precincts – 100 percent

Sanjay Patel, Dem 142,356 – 39 percent

x-Bill Posey, GOP (i) 218,094 – 61 percent

Florida – District 9

198 of 198 precincts – 100 percent

x-Darren Soto, Dem (i) 172,135 – 58 percent

Wayne Liebnitzky, GOP 124,548 – 42 percent

Florida – District 10

x-Val Demings, Dem (i) Uncontested

Florida – District 11

199 of 199 precincts – 100 percent

Dana Cottrell, Dem 128,005 – 35 percent

x-Daniel Webster, GOP (i) 239,358 – 65 percent

Florida – District 12

178 of 178 precincts – 100 percent

Chris Hunter, Dem 132,810 – 40 percent

x-Gus Bilirakis, GOP (i) 194,551 – 58 percent

Angelika Purkis, NPA 7,506 – 2 percent

Florida – District 13

239 of 239 precincts – 100 percent

x-Charlie Crist, Dem (i) 182,643 – 58 percent

George Buck, GOP 134,238 – 42 percent

Florida – District 14

x-Kathy Castor, Dem (i) Uncontested

Florida – District 15

194 of 194 precincts – 100 percent -Open

Kristen Carlson, Dem 134,076 – 47 percent

x-Ross Spano, GOP 151,356 – 53 percent

Florida – District 16

186 of 186 precincts – 100 percent

David Shapiro, Dem 164,357 – 45 percent

x-Vern Buchanan, GOP (i) 197,433 – 55 percent

Florida – District 17

234 of 234 precincts – 100 percent -Open

April Freeman-Allen Ellison, Dem 117,167 – 38 percent

x-Greg Steube, GOP 193,308 – 62 percent

Florida – District 18

347 of 347 precincts – 100 percent

Lauren Baer, Dem 156,371 – 46 percent

x-Brian Mast, GOP (i) 185,878 – 54 percent

Florida – District 19

148 of 148 precincts – 100 percent

David Holden, Dem 128,066 – 38 percent

x-Francis Rooney, GOP (i) 211,450 – 62 percent

Florida – District 20

x-Alcee Hastings, Dem (i) Uncontested

Florida – District 21

x-Lois Frankel, Dem (i) Uncontested

Florida – District 22

271 of 271 precincts – 100 percent

x-Ted Deutch, Dem (i) 184,428 – 62 percent

Nicolas Kimaz, GOP 112,989 – 38 percent

Florida – District 23

233 of 233 precincts – 100 percent

x-Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Dem (i) 161,449 – 58 percent

Joe Kaufman, GOP 99,362 – 36 percent

Tim Canova, NPA 13,676 – 5 percent

Don Endriss, NPA 1,612 – 1 percent

Florida – District 24

x-Frederica Wilson, Dem (i) Uncontested

Florida – District 25

185 of 185 precincts – 100 percent

Mary Barzee Flores, Dem 84,083 – 40 percent

x-Mario Diaz-Balart, GOP (i) 128,650 – 60 percent

Florida – District 26

254 of 254 precincts – 100 percent -Dem Gain

x-Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Dem 119,761 – 51 percent

Carlos Curbelo, GOP (i) 115,663 – 49 percent

Florida – District 27

249 of 249 precincts – 100 percent -Open-Dem Gain

x-Donna Shalala, Dem 130,671 – 52 percent

Maria Elvira Salazar, GOP 115,575 – 46 percent

Mayra Joli, NPA 6,255 – 2 percent

Georgia – District 1

224 of 224 precincts – 100 percent

Lisa Ring, Dem 105,659 – 42 percent

x-Buddy Carter, GOP (i) 144,557 – 58 percent

Georgia – District 2

216 of 216 precincts – 100 percent

x-Sanford Bishop, Dem (i) 136,315 – 60 percent

Herman West, GOP 92,407 – 40 percent

Georgia – District 3

188 of 188 precincts – 100 percent

Chuck Enderlin, Dem 100,930 – 34 percent

x-Drew Ferguson, GOP (i) 191,954 – 66 percent

Georgia – District 4

168 of 168 precincts – 100 percent

x-Hank Johnson, Dem (i) 226,281 – 79 percent

Joe Profit, GOP 60,899 – 21 percent

Georgia – District 5

x-John Lewis, Dem (i) Uncontested

Georgia – District 6

207 of 207 precincts – 100 percent -Dem Gain

x-Lucy McBath, Dem 159,945 – 51 percent

Karen Handel, GOP (i) 156,752 – 49 percent

Georgia – District 7

124 of 124 precincts – 100 percent

Carolyn Bourdeaux, Dem 138,936 – 50 percent

Rob Woodall, GOP (i) 139,837 – 50 percent

Georgia – District 8

x-Austin Scott, GOP (i) Uncontested

Georgia – District 9

168 of 168 precincts – 100 percent

Josh McCall, Dem 57,871 – 20 percent

x-Doug Collins, GOP (i) 224,522 – 80 percent

Georgia – District 10

208 of 208 precincts – 100 percent

Tabitha Johnson-Green, Dem 112,185 – 37 percent

x-Jody Hice, GOP (i) 190,249 – 63 percent

Georgia – District 11

145 of 145 precincts – 100 percent

Flynn Broady, Dem 118,587 – 38 percent

x-Barry Loudermilk, GOP (i) 191,773 – 62 percent

Georgia – District 12

244 of 244 precincts – 100 percent

Francys Johnson, Dem 101,464 – 41 percent

x-Rick Allen, GOP (i) 148,950 – 59 percent

Georgia – District 13

182 of 182 precincts – 100 percent

x-David Scott, Dem (i) 223,066 – 76 percent

David Callahan, GOP 69,740 – 24 percent

Georgia – District 14

146 of 146 precincts – 100 percent

Steven Foster, Dem 53,910 – 23 percent

x-Tom Graves, GOP (i) 175,663 – 77 percent

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