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Eds: This take covers North Carolina through Oregon

North Carolina

1: G.K. Butterfield, Dem (i)

2: Deborah Ross, Dem

3: Greg Murphy, GOP (i)

4: David Price, Dem (i)

5: Virginia Foxx, GOP (i)

6: Kathy Manning, Dem

7: David Rouzer, GOP (i)

8: Richard Hudson, GOP (i)

9: Dan Bishop, GOP (i)

10: Patrick McHenry, GOP (i)

11: Madison Cawthorn, GOP

12: Alma Adams, Dem (i)

13: Ted Budd, GOP (i)

North Dakota

1: Kelly Armstrong, GOP (i)

Ohio

1: Steve Chabot, GOP (i)

2: Brad Wenstrup, GOP (i)

3: Joyce Beatty, Dem (i)

4: Jim Jordan, GOP (i)

5: Bob Latta, GOP (i)

6: Bill Johnson, GOP (i)

7: Bob Gibbs, GOP (i)

8: Warren Davidson, GOP (i)

9: Marcy Kaptur, Dem (i)

10: Mike Turner, GOP (i)

11: Marcia Fudge, Dem (i)

12: Troy Balderson, GOP (i)

13: Tim Ryan, Dem (i)

14: David Joyce, GOP (i)

15: Steve Stivers, GOP (i)

16: Anthony Gonzalez, GOP (i)

Oklahoma

1: Kevin Hern, GOP (i)

2: Markwayne Mullin, GOP (i)

3: Frank Lucas, GOP (i)

4: Tom Cole, GOP (i)

5: Stephanie Bice, GOP

Oregon

1: Suzanne Bonamici, Dem (i)

2: Cliff Bentz, GOP

3: Earl Blumenauer, Dem (i)

4: Peter DeFazio, Dem (i)

5: Kurt Schrader, Dem (i)

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