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2003 United States House of Representatives elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2003 United States House of Representatives elections

← 2002 January 4, 2003 and June 3, 2003 2004 →

2 of the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives
218 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
 
SpeakerHastert.jpg
Dick Gephardt color.jpg
Leader Dennis Hastert Dick Gephardt
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since January 3, 1999 January 3, 1995
Leader's seat Illinois 14th Missouri 3rd
Last election 229 seats 205 seats
Seats won 1 1
Seat change Steady Steady

  Third party
 
Party Independent
Last election 1 seats
Seats won 0
Seat change Steady

Speaker before election

Dennis Hastert
Republican

Elected Speaker

Dennis Hastert
Republican

In 2003 there were two special elections to the United States House of Representatives in the 108th United States Congress.

List of elections

Elections are listed by date and district.

District Incumbent This race
Representative Party First elected Results Candidates
Hawaii 2 Ed Case Democratic 2002 (Special) Member-elect Patsy Mink (D) died September 28, 2002, but was posthumously elected to the 108th Congress.
Ed Case had won a special election for the seat in the 107th Congress November 30, 2002, but not for the 108th Congress.
Incumbent re-elected January 4, 2003.
Texas 19 Larry Combest Republican 1984 Incumbent resigned May 31, 2003 for personal reasons.
New member elected June 3, 2003, in a run-off vote.
Republican hold.

Hawaii's 2nd congressional district

2003 Hawaii's 2nd congressional district special election[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ed Case (incumbent) 33,002 43.67
Democratic Matt Matsunaga 23,050 30.50
Democratic Colleen Hanabusa 6,046 8.00
Republican Barbara Marumoto 4,497 5.95
Republican Bob C. McDermott 4,298 5.69
Republican Chris Halford 728 0.96
Republican Kimo Kaloi 642 0.85
Republican John S. Carroll 521 0.69
Republican Frank Fasi 483 0.64
Nonpartisan Mark McNett 449 0.59
Republican Jim Rath 414 0.55
Republican Richard Haake 212 0.28
Republican Nelson Secretario 208 0.28
Republican Whitney Anderson 201 0.27
Nonpartisan Ron Jacobs 91 0.12
Green Nick Nikhilananda 75 0.10
Democratic Brian G. Cole 69 0.09
Democratic Kekoa David Kaapu 68 0.09
Libertarian Jeff Mallan 58 0.08
Nonpartisan Sophie Mataafa 52 0.07
Republican Doug Fairhurst 38 0.05
Democratic Michael Gagne 35 0.05
Republican Carolyn Martinez Golojuch 29 0.04
Green Gregory Goodwin 27 0.04
Republican Rich Payne 25 0.03
Republican Clarence Weatherwax 25 0.03
Nonpartisan Kabba Anand 24 0.03
Nonpartisan Dan Vierra 22 0.03
Republican John Sabey 20 0.03
Democratic Pat Rocco 19 0.03
Nonpartisan Bill Russell 18 0.02
Nonpartisan Steve Sparks 17 0.02
Nonpartisan Solomon Wong 16 0.02
Democratic Art Reyes 15 0.02
Democratic Paul Britos 13 0.02
Nonpartisan S.J. Harlan 11 0.01
Democratic Charles Collins 10 0.01
Nonpartisan Jack Randall 9 0.01
Democratic Steve Tataii 9 0.01
Nonpartisan Marshall Turner 8 0.01
Republican Mike Rethman 8 0.01
Democratic Herbert Jensen 6 0.01
Nonpartisan Alan Gano 3 0.01
Nonpartisan Bartle Rowland 3 0.01
Total votes 76,328 100.00
Democratic hold

Texas's 19th congressional district

2003 Texas's 19th congressional district special election[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Randy Neugebauer 28,546 50.52
Republican Mike Conaway 27,959 49.48
Total votes 56,505 100.00
Republican hold

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "SPECIAL ELECTION - STATE OF HAWAII - STATEWIDE" (PDF). January 5, 2003. Retrieved February 25, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Special Runoff Election, US Representative District 19". June 3, 2003.
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