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United States House of Representatives elections, 1932

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United States House of Representatives elections, 1932

← 1930 November 8, 1932[1] 1934 →

All 435 seats to the United States House of Representatives
218 seats needed for a majority

  Majority party Minority party
John n garner.jpg
Bertrand Snell.jpg
Leader John Nance Garner Bertrand Snell
Party Democratic Republican
Leader since March 4, 1929 March 4, 1931
Leader's seat Texas-15th New York-31st
Last election 216 seats 218 seats
Seats won 313[2] 117[2]
Seat change Increase 97 Decrease 101

  Third party
Party Farmer–Labor
Last election 1 seat
Seats won 5
Seat change Increase 4

1932 House Election in the United States.png

Speaker before election

John Nance Garner

Elected Speaker

Henry Rainey

The 1932 United States House of Representatives elections was an election for the United States House of Representatives in 1932 which coincided with the landslide election of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The inability of Herbert Hoover to cope with the Great Depression was the main issue surrounding this election.[3][4] The overwhelming unpopularity of Hoover caused his Republican Party to lose over 100 seats to Roosevelt's Democratic Party and the small Farmer-Labor Party. The Democrats retained the majority they had gained through special elections in the last Congress, and expanded it to a commanding level. This round of elections was seen as a referendum on the once popular Republican business practices, which were eschewed for new, more liberal Democratic ideas. This was the first time since 1894 that a party suffered triple-digit losses (in this case the Republicans), and the Democrats posted their largest net seat pick-up in history, before or since the election.

Since no reapportionment (and in nearly all states no redistricting) occurred after the 1920 census, the district boundary changes from the previous election were quite substantial, representing twenty years of population movement from small towns to the more Democratic cities.

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Hi, I'm Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics, and today we're going to talk about what is, if you ask the general public, the most important part of politics: elections. If you ask me, it's hair styles. Look at Martin Van Buren's sideburns, how could he not be elected? Americans are kind of obsessed with elections, I mean when this was being recorded in early 2015, television, news and the internet were already talking about who would be Democrat and Republican candidates for president in 2016. And many of the candidates have unofficially been campaigning for years. I've been campaigning; your grandma's been campaigning. Presidential elections are exciting and you can gamble on them. Is that legal, can you gamble on them, Stan? Anyway, why we're so obsessed with them is a topic for another day. Right now I'm gonna tell you that the fixation on the presidential elections is wrong, but not because the president doesn't matter. No, today we're gonna look at the elections of the people that are supposed to matter the most, Congress. Constitutionally at least, Congress is the most important branch of government because it is the one that is supposed to be the most responsive to the people. One of the main reasons it's so responsive, at least in theory, is the frequency of elections. If a politician has to run for office often, he or she, because unlike the president we have women serving in Congress, kind of has to pay attention to what the constituents want, a little bit, maybe. By now, I'm sure that most of you have memorized the Constitution, so you recognize that despite their importance in the way we discuss politics, elections aren't really a big feature of the Constitution. Except of course for the ridiculously complex electoral college system for choosing the president, which we don't even want to think about for a few episodes. In fact, here's what the Constitution says about Congressional Elections in Article 1 Section 2: "The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several states, and the electors in each state shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislature." So the Constitution does establish that the whole of the house is up for election every 2 years, and 1/3 of the senate is too, but mainly it leaves the scheduling and rules of elections up to the states. The actual rules of elections, like when the polls are open and where they actually are, as well as the registration requirements, are pretty much up to the states, subject to some federal election law. If you really want to know the rules in your state, I'm sure that someone at the Board of Elections, will be happy to explain them to you. Really, you should give them a call; they're very, very lonely. In general though, here's what we can say about American elections. First stating the super obvious, in order to serve in congress, you need to win an election. In the House of Representatives, each election district chooses a single representative, which is why we call them single-member districts. The number of districts is determined by the Census, which happens every 10 years, and which means that elections ending in zeros are super important, for reasons that I'll explain in greater detail in a future episode. It's because of gerrymandering. The Senate is much easier to figure out because both of the state Senators are elected by the entire state. It's as if the state itself were a single district, which is true for states like Wyoming, which are so unpopulated as to have only 1 representative. Sometimes these elections are called at large elections. Before the election ever happens, you need candidates. How candidates are chosen differs from state to state, but usually it has something to do with political parties, although it doesn't have to. Why are things so complicated?! What we can say is that candidates, or at least good candidates, usually have certain characteristics. Sorry America. First off, if you are gonna run for office, you should have an unblemished record, free of, oh I don't know, felony convictions or sex scandals, except maybe in Louisiana or New York. This might lead to some pretty bland candidates or people who are so calculating that they have no skeletons in their closet, but we Americans are a moral people and like our candidates to reflect our ideals rather than our reality. The second characteristic that a candidate must possess is the ability to raise money. Now some candidates are billionaires and can finance their own campaigns. But most billionaires have better things to do: buying yachts, making even more money, building money forts, buying more yachts, so they don't have time to run for office. But most candidates get their money for their campaigns by asking for it. The ability to raise money is key, especially now, because running for office is expensive. Can I get a how expensive is it? "How expensive is it?!" Well, so expensive that the prices of elections continually rises and in 2012 winners of House races spent nearly 2 million each. Senate winners spent more than 10 million. By the time this episode airs, I'm sure the numbers will be much higher like a gajillion billion million. Money is important in winning an election, but even more important, statistically, is already being in Congress. Let's go to the Thought Bubble. The person holding an office who runs for that office again is called the incumbent and has a big advantage over any challenger. This is according to political scientists who, being almost as bad at naming things as historians, refer to this as incumbency advantage. There are a number of reasons why incumbents tend to hold onto their seats in congress, if they want to. The first is that a sitting congressman has a record to run on, which we hope includes some legislative accomplishments, although for the past few Congresses, these don't seem to matter. The record might include case work, which is providing direct services to constituents. This is usually done by congressional staffers and includes things like answering questions about how to get certain government benefits or writing recommendation letters to West Point. Congressmen can also provide jobs to constituents, which is usually a good way to get them to vote for you. These are either government jobs, kind of rare these days, called patronage or indirect employment through government contracts for programs within a Congressman's district. These programs are called earmarks or pork barrel programs, and they are much less common now because Congress has decided not to use them any more, sort of. The second advantage that incumbents have is that they have a record of winning elections, which if you think about it, is pretty obvious. Being a proven winner makes it easier for a congressmen to raise money, which helps them win, and long term incumbents tend to be more powerful in Congress which makes it even easier for them to raise money and win. The Constitution give incumbents one structural advantage too. Each elected congressman is allowed $100,000 and free postage to send out election materials. This is called the franking privilege. It's not so clear how great an advantage this is in the age of the internet, but at least according to the book The Victory Lab, direct mail from candidates can be surprisingly effective. How real is this incumbency advantage? Well if you look at the numbers, it seems pretty darn real. Over the past 60 years, almost 90% of members of The House of Representatives got re-elected. The Senate has been even more volatile, but even at the low point in 1980 more than 50% of sitting senators got to keep their jobs. Thanks, Thought Bubble. You're so great. So those are some of the features of congressional elections. Now, if you'll permit me to get a little politically sciencey, I'd like to try to explain why elections are so important to the way that Congressmen and Senators do their jobs. In 1974, political scientist David Mayhew published a book in which he described something he called "The Electoral Connection." This was the idea that Congressmen were primarily motivated by the desire to get re-elected, which intuitively makes a lot of sense, even though I'm not sure what evidence he had for this conclusion. Used to be able to get away with that kind of thing I guess, clearly David may-not-hew to the rules of evidence, pun [rim shot], high five, no. Anyway Mayhew's research methodology isn't as important as his idea itself because The Electoral Connection provides a frame work for understanding congressman's activities. Mayhew divided representatives' behaviors and activities into three categories. The first is advertising; congressmen work to develop their personal brand so that they are recognizable to voters. Al D'Amato used to be know in New York as Senator Pothole, because he was able to bring home so much pork that he could actually fix New York's streets. Not by filling them with pork, money, its money, remember pork barrel spending? The second activity is credit claiming; Congressmen get things done so that they can say they got them done. A lot of case work and especially pork barrel spending are done in the name of credit claiming. Related to credit claiming, but slightly different, is position taking. This means making a public judgmental statement on something likely to be of interest to voters. Senators can do this through filibusters. Representatives can't filibuster, but they can hold hearings, publicly supporting a hearing is a way of associating yourself with an idea without having to actually try to pass legislation. And of course they can go on the TV, especially on Sunday talk shows. What's a TV, who even watches TV? Now the idea of The Electoral Connection doesn't explain every action a member of Congress takes; sometimes they actually make laws to benefit the public good or maybe solve problems, huh, what an idea! But Mayhew's idea gives us a way of thinking about Congressional activity, an analytical lens that connects what Congressmen actually do with how most of us understand Congressmen, through elections. So the next time you see a Congressmen call for a hearing on a supposed horrible scandal or read about a Senator threatening to filibuster a policy that may have significant popular support, ask yourself, "Is this Representative claiming credit or taking a position, and how will this build their brand?" In other words: what's the electoral connection and how will whatever they're doing help them get elected? This might feel a little cynical, but the reality is Mayhew's thesis often seems to fit with today's politics. Thanks for watching, see you next week. Vote for me; I'm on the TV. I'm not -- I'm on the YouTube. Crash Course: Government and Politics is produced in association with PBS Digital Studios. Support for Crash Course US Government comes from Voqal. Voqal supports nonprofits that use technology and media to advance social equity. Learn more about their mission and initiatives at Crash Course is made by all of these nice people. Thanks for watching. That guy isn't nice.


Overall results

313 5 117
Democratic FL Republican

Source: Election Statistics - Office of the Clerk

House seats
  House seats by party holding plurality in state     80%+ Democratic       80%+ Republican     60%+ to 80% Democratic       60%+ to 80% Republican     up to 60% Democratic    up to 60% Farmer-Labor    up to 60% Republican
House seats by party holding plurality in state
  80%+ Democratic
  80%+ Republican
  60%+ to 80% Democratic
  60%+ to 80% Republican
  up to 60% Democratic
  up to 60% Farmer-Labor
  up to 60% Republican
  Change in seats     6+ Democratic gain       6+ Republican gain     3-5 Democratic gain    3-5 Farmer-Labor gain    3-5 Republican gain     1-2 Democratic gain       1-2 Republican gain     no net change
Change in seats
  6+ Democratic gain
  6+ Republican gain
  3-5 Democratic gain
  3-5 Farmer-Labor gain
  3-5 Republican gain
  1-2 Democratic gain
  1-2 Republican gain

  no net change

Separate elections

Two special elections were held apart from those in November. The elected winner would serve only the remainder of the incumbent Congress.

Date District Reason & Result Candidates
January 5, 1932 New Hampshire 1 Fletcher Hale (R) died October 22, 1931
Democratic gain
Winner was subsequently re-elected in November.
William Nathaniel Rogers (D) 52.8%
John H. Bartlett (R) 47.2%
March 2, 1932 Georgia 6 Samuel Rutherford (D) died February 4, 1932
Democratic hold
Winner subsequently retired in November.
Carlton Mobley (D) 59.05%
Harvey J. Kennedy (D) 21.11%
J. J. Flynt (D) 13.05%
W.O. Kenney (D) 6.2%
J.E. Binford (I) 0.33%
J.A. Giles (I) 0.27%

November elections


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Alabama 1 John McDuffie Democratic 1918 Re-elected John McDuffie (D) Unopposed
Alabama 2 J. Lister Hill Democratic 1923 Re-elected J. Lister Hill (D) 95.7%
Frank Barchard (R) 3.8%
W. H. Edwards (S) 0.5%
Alabama 3 Henry B. Steagall Democratic 1914 Re-elected Henry B. Steagall (D) Unopposed
Alabama 4 Lamar Jeffers Democratic 1921 Re-elected Lamar Jeffers (D) 83.9%
Hogan D. Stewart (R) 16.1%
Alabama 5 LaFayette L. Patterson Democratic 1928 Lost renomination Miles C. Allgood (D) 80.2%
Joe Brown (R) 19.8%
Miles C. Allgood
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Democratic 1922 Re-elected
Alabama 6 William B. Oliver Democratic 1914 Re-elected William B. Oliver (D) Unopposed
Alabama 7 William B. Bankhead
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Democratic 1916 Re-elected William B. Bankhead (D) 73.5%
James B. Sloan (R) 26.5%
Alabama 8 Edward B. Almon Democratic 1914 Re-elected Edward B. Almon (D) Unopposed
Alabama 9 George Huddleston Democratic 1914 Re-elected George Huddleston (D) 86.2%
Paul G. Parsons (R) 10.1%
Arlie Barber (S) 2.7%
Andrew E. Ausman (Prog) 0.6%
Lee Parsons (C) 0.4%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Arizona At-large Lewis W. Douglas Democratic 1926 Re-elected Lewis W. Douglas (D) 70.8%
H. B. Wilkinson (R) 27.9%
Ladd Vomicil (S) 1.0%
Charles Lattal (C) 0.3%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Arkansas 1 William J. Driver Democratic 1920 Re-elected William J. Driver (D) Unopposed
Arkansas 2 John E. Miller Democratic 1930 Re-elected John E. Miller (D) 92.1%
Ira J. Mock (R) 7.9%
Arkansas 3 Claude Fuller Democratic 1928 Re-elected Claude Fuller (D) Unopposed
Arkansas 4 Effiegene Locke Wingo Democratic 1930 Retired
Democratic hold
William B. Cravens (D) Unopposed
Arkansas 5 Heartsill Ragon Democratic 1922 Re-elected Heartsill Ragon (D) 90.5%
A. L. Barbour (R) 9.5%
Arkansas 6 David Delano Glover Democratic 1928 Re-elected David Delano Glover (D) Unopposed
Arkansas 7 Tilman B. Parks Democratic 1920 Re-elected Tilman B. Parks (D) Unopposed


Nine new seats were added in reapportionment, increasing the delegation from 11 to 20 seats. Six of the new seats were won by Democrats, three by Republicans. Three Republican incumbents lost re-election to Democrats. Therefore, Democrats increased by 10 seats and Republicans decreased by 1.

District Incumbent Party Elected Result Candidates
California 1 Clarence F. Lea Democratic 1916 Re-elected Clarence F. Lea (D) (unopposed)
California 2 Harry Lane Englebright Republican 1926 Re-elected Harry Lane Englebright (R) (unopposed)
California 3 Charles F. Curry, Jr. Republican 1930 Lost-re-election
Democratic gain
Frank H. Buck (D) 56.8%
Charles F. Curry (R) 43.2%
California 4 Florence Prag Kahn Republican 1926 Re-elected Florence Prag Kahn (R) 85.3%
Milen C. Dempster (S) 14.7%
California 5 Richard J. Welch Republican 1926 Re-elected Richard J. Welch (R) (unopposed)
California 6 Albert E. Carter Republican 1924 Re-elected Albert E. Carter (R) (unopposed)
California 7 None (District created) New seat
Republican gain
Ralph R. Eltse (R) 45.5%
Frank V. Cornish (D) 32.0%
J. Stitt Wilson (S) 22.5%
California 8 Arthur M. Free Republican 1920 Lost-re-election
Democratic gain
John J. McGrath (D) 56.9%
Arthur M. Free (R) 43.1%
California 9 Henry E. Barbour
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Republican 1918 Lost-re-election
Democratic gain
Denver S. Church (D) 61.6%
Henry E. Barbour (R) 38.4%
California 10 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
Henry E. Stubbs (D) 55.3%
Arthur S. Crites (R) 44.7%
California 11 William E. Evans
(Redistricted from the 9th district)
Republican 1926 Re-elected William E. Evans (R) 51.8%
Albert D. Hadley (D) 34.3%
Marshall V. Hartranft (Liberty) 13.9%
California 12 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
John H. Hoeppel (D) 45.8%
Frederick F. Houser (R) 43.2%
Richard M. Cannon (Proh.) 11.0%
California 13 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
Charles Kramer (D) 52.7%
Charles H. Randall (R) 43.1%
George D. Higgins (Liberty) 4.2%
California 14 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
Thomas F. Ford (D) 57.1%
William D. Campbell (R) 42.9%
California 15 None (District created) New seat
Republican gain
William I. Traeger (R) 52.8%
John M. Costello (D) 45.1%
Errol O. Shour (W/I) 2.1%
California 16 Joe Crail
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Republican 1926 Retired
Democratic gain
John F. Dockweiler (D) 54.9%
Clyde Woodworth (R) 45.1%
California 17 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
Charles J. Colden (D) 62.2%
A. E. Henning (R) 32.9%
Ernest E. Debs (Liberty) 4.9%
California 18 None (District created) New seat
Democratic gain
John H. Burke (D) 53.3%
Robert Henderson (R) 37.4%
William E. Hinshaw (I) 9.3%
California 19 None (District created) New seat
Republican gain
Sam L. Collins (R) 51.0%
B. Z. McKinney (D) 46.4%
Horatio S. Hoard (Liberty) 2.6%
California 20 Phil Swing
(Redistricted from the 11th district)
Republican 1920 Retired
Republican hold
George Burnham (R) 50.3%
Claude Chandler (D) 49.7%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Colorado 1 William R. Eaton Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Lawrence Lewis (D) 54.4%
William R. Eaton (R) 43.5%
Bruce Lamont (S) 1.5%
Charles Guynn (C) 0.3%
W. R. Duke (FL) 0.3%
Colorado 2 Charles Bateman Timberlake Republican 1914 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
Fred Nelson Cummings (D) 52.9%
George H. Bradfield (R) 47.1%
Colorado 3 Guy Urban Hardy Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
John Andrew Martin (D) 50.9%
Guy Urban Hardy (R) 49.1%
Colorado 4 Edward Thomas Taylor Democratic 1908 Re-elected Edward Thomas Taylor (D) 66.0%
Richard C. Callen (R) 34.0%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Connecticut 1 Augustine Lonergan Democratic 1930 Retired to run for U. S. Senate
Democratic hold
Herman P. Kopplemann (D) 48.8%
Clarence W. Seymour (R) 47.5%
Fred M. Mansur (S) 2.5%
James L. McGuire (Ind Rep) 0.9%
Donald H. Loomis (C) 0.3%
Connecticut 2 Richard P. Freeman Republican 1914 Lost renomination
Republican hold
William L. Higgins (R) 49.4%
William C. Fox (D) 49.2%
Elmer Jewett (Ind Rep) 1.2%
Michael H. Rollo (Wet) 0.2%
Connecticut 3 John Q. Tilson Republican 1914 Retired
Democratic gain
Francis T. Maloney (D) 48.4%
T. A. D. Jones (R) 46.2%
Carl M. Rhodin (S) 4.4%
D. G. Griswold (Ind Rep) 0.8%
Horace Bloxaan (C) 0.2%
Connecticut 4 William L. Tierney Democratic 1930 Lost re-election
Republican gain
Schuyler Merritt (R) 49.7%
William L. Tierney (D) 44.5%
Arnold E. Freese (S) 5.0%
Elsie Hill (Ind Rep) 0.5%
Dominick Cardinale (C) 0.3%
Connecticut 5 Edward W. Goss Republican 1930 Re-elected Edward W. Goss (R) 49.4%
Martin E. Gormley (D) 49.3%
Irving T. Manchester (Ind Rep) 1.2%
Charles Crosnitski (C) 0.2%
Connecticut At-large None (district created)
Republican gain
Charles M. Bakewell (R) 48.0%
William M. Citron (D) 47.7%
Isadore Polsky (S) 3.3%
Nathan B. Stone (Ind Rep) 0.9%
Konrad Loske (C) 0.2%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Delaware At-large Robert G. Houston Republican 1924 Retired
Democratic gain
Wilbur L. Adams (D) 46.1%
Reuben Satterthwaite, Jr. (R) 43.6%
Francis B. Short (Proh) 9.4%
Edgar G. Shaeffer (S) 0.8%
Frank Rhoades (C) 0.10%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Florida 1 Herbert J. Drane Democratic 1916 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
J. Hardin Peterson (D) 76.4%
Arthur R. Thompson (R) 23.6%
Florida 2 Robert A. Green Democratic 1924 Re-elected Robert A. Green (D) Unopposed
Florida 3 Tom A. Yon Democratic 1926 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Millard F. Caldwell (D) Unopposed
Florida 4 Ruth Bryan Owen Democratic 1928 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
J. Mark Wilcox (D) Unopposed
Florida At-large None (district created)
Democratic gain
William J. Sears (D) 75.2%
Glenn B. Skipper (R) 24.8%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Georgia 1 Homer C. Parker Democratic 1931 Re-elected Homer C. Parker (D) 93.4%
E. K. Overstreet, Jr. (R) 6.6%
Georgia 2 Edward E. Cox Democratic 1924 Re-elected Edward E. Cox (D) Unopposed
Georgia 3 Vacant due to the resignation of Charles R. Crisp (D) Vacancy filled
Democratic gain
Bryant T. Castellow (D) Unopposed
Georgia 4 William C. Wright Democratic 1918 Retired
Democratic hold
Emmett Marshall Owen (D) 99.9%
H. O. Lovvorn (R) 0.08%
Georgia 5 Robert Ramspeck Democratic 1929 Re-elected Robert Ramspeck (D) Unopposed
Georgia 6 W. Carlton Mobley Democratic 1932 (Special) Retired
Democratic loss
Carl Vinson (D) 99.9%
George S. Jones (R) 0.1%
Carl Vinson
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Democratic 1914 Re-elected
Georgia 7 Malcolm C. Tarver Democratic 1926 Re-elected Malcolm C. Tarver (D) 85.2%
Regina Rambo Benson (R) 14.8%
Georgia 8 William C. Lankford
(Redistricted from the 11th district)
Democratic 1918 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Braswell Deen (D) 95.6%
H. J. Carswell (R) 4.4%
Georgia 9 John S. Wood Democratic 1930 Re-elected John S. Wood (D) 80.6%
J. M. Johnson (R) 19.3%
Lawrence A. Lewis (I) 0.1%
Georgia 10 Charles H. Brand
(Redistricted from the 8th district)
Democratic 1916 Re-elected Charles H. Brand (D) 100.0%
C. L. Upchurch (I) 0.02%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Idaho 1 Burton L. French Republican 1916 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Compton I. White (D) 54.9%
Burton L. French (R) 41.8%
Cornell (Liberty) 3.4%
Idaho 2 Addison T. Smith Republican 1912 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Thomas C. Coffin (D) 55.0%
Addison T. Smith (R) 43.8%
Goold (Liberty) 1.1%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Illinois 1 Oscar Stanton De Priest Republican 1928 Re-elected Oscar Stanton De Priest (R) 54.8%
Harry Baker (D) 43.9%
Herbert Newton (I) 1.4%
Illinois 2 Morton D. Hull Republican 1923 Retired
Republican hold
P. H. Moynihan (R) 50.8%
Victor L. Schlaeger (D) 45.7%
Arthur M. Barnhart (I) 1.8%
Lillian Herstein (I) 1.6%
Illinois 3 Edward A. Kelly Democratic 1930 Re-elected Edward A. Kelly (D) 55.8%
Elliott W. Sproul (R) 44.2%
Illinois 4 Harry P. Beam Democratic 1930 Re-elected Harry P. Beam (D) 74.2%
Casimer T. Janowski (R) 25.8%
Illinois 5 Adolph J. Sabath Democratic 1906 Re-elected Adolph J. Sabath (D) 70.9%
Samuel S. Epstein (R) 28.3%
Isaiah Joyce (I) 0.8%
Illinois 6 James T. Igoe Democratic 1926 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Thomas J. O'Brien (D) 63.2%
Alfred F. Rueben (R) 36.8%
Illinois 7 Leonard W. Schuetz Democratic 1930 Re-elected Leonard W. Schuetz (D) 58.1%
M. A. Michaelson (R) 41.1%
John M. Collins (I) 0.8%
Illinois 8 Peter C. Granata Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Leo Kocialkowski (D) 72.2%
Peter C. Granata (R) 27.8%
Illinois 9 Frederick A. Britten Republican 1912 Re-elected Frederick A. Britten (R) 52.0%
James McAndrews (D) 47.3%
Warren Lamson (I) 0.7%
Illinois 10 Carl R. Chindblom Republican 1918 Lost renomination
Republican hold
James Simpson, Jr. (R) 41.1%
Charles H. Weber (D) 40.6%
Ralph E. Church (I) 18.2%
Illinois 11 Frank R. Reid Republican 1922 Re-elected Frank R. Reid (R) 50.4%
James A. Howell (D) 49.6%
Illinois 12 John T. Buckbee Republican 1926 Re-elected John T. Buckbee (R) 53.1%
Charles H. Linscott (D) 46.9%
Illinois 13 William Richard Johnson Republican 1924 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Leo E. Allen (R) 56.1%
Orestes H. Wright (D) 43.9%
Illinois 14 John Clayton Allen Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Chester Thompson (D) 53.9%
John Clayton Allen (R) 46.1%
Illinois 15 Burnett M. Chiperfield Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
J. Leroy Adair (D) 56.9%
Burnett M. Chiperfield (R) 43.1%
Illinois 16 William E. Hull Republican 1922 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Everett Dirksen (R) 60.3%
Edwin S. Carr (D) 39.7%
Illinois 17 Homer W. Hall Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Frank Gillespie (D) 53.5%
Homer W. Hall (R) 46.5%
Illinois 18 William P. Holaday Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
James A. Meeks (D) 56.6%
William P. Holaday (R) 43.4%
Illinois 19 Charles Adkins Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Donald C. Dobbins (D) 57.7%
Charles Adkins (R) 42.3%
Illinois 20 Henry T. Rainey Democratic 1922 Re-elected Henry T. Rainey (D) 63.8%
William J. Thornton (R) 36.2%
Illinois 21 J. Earl Major Democratic 1930 Re-elected J. Earl Major (D) 59.8%
Roy M. Seeley (R) 40.1%
C. W. Morris (I) 0.05%
A. Steed (I) 0.03%
Illinois 22 Charles A. Karch Democratic 1930 Died in office
Democratic hold
Edwin M. Schaefer (D) 63.8%
Stewart Campbell (R) 36.2%
Illinois 23 William W. Arnold Democratic 1922 Re-elected William W. Arnold (D) 64.3%
T. Edward Austin (R) 35.7%
Illinois 24 Claude V. Parsons Democratic 1930 Re-elected Claude V. Parsons (D) 58.8%
Arthur A. Miles (R) 41.2%
Illinois 25 Kent E. Keller Democratic 1930 Re-elected Kent E. Keller (D) 59.6%
Edward E. Denison (R) 40.4%
Illinois At-large seat A William H. Dieterich Democratic 1930 Retired to run for U. S. Senate
Democratic hold
Martin A. Brennan (D) 26.8%
Walter Nesbit (D) 26.4%
Richard Yates, Jr. (R) 22.7%
Julius Klein (R) 22.5%
Hyman Schneid (S) 0.6%
George Koop (S) 0.6%
Anthony Pszczolkowski (C) 0.2%
Leslie Raymond Hurt (C) 0.2%
W. F. Alexander (Soc-Lab) 0.05%
Clifton Crawford (Soc-Lab) 0.04%
Pasquale Iovino (I) 0.02%
Illinois At-large seat B Richard Yates, Jr. Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain


Indiana gained one seat in reapportionment. All of the incumbents were redistricted. The new seat was won by a Democrat and all the other incumbent Democrats won re-election. All three incumbent Republicans lost re-election, bringing the state from 8-3 Democratic to 12-0 Democratic.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Indiana 1 None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain
William Schulte (D) 51.6%
Oscar A. Ahlgren (R) 48.4%
Indiana 2 William R. Wood
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Republican 1914 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
George Durgan (D) 54.2%
William R. Wood (R) 45.8%
Indiana 3 Samuel B. Pettengill
(Redistricted from the 13th district)
Democratic 1930 Re-elected Samuel B. Pettengill (D) 56.1%
Andrew J. Hickey (R) 43.9%
Indiana 4 David Hogg
(Redistricted from the 12th district)
Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
James I. Farley (D) 56.4%
David Hogg (R) 43.6%
Indiana 5 Glenn Griswold
(Redistricted from the 11th district)
Democratic 1930 Re-elected Glenn Griswold (D) 54.1%
J. Raymond Schutz (R) 45.9%
Indiana 6 Fred S. Purnell
(Redistricted from the 9th district)
Republican 1916 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Virginia Jenckes (D) 53.8%
Fred S. Purnell (R) 46.2%
Indiana 7 Arthur H. Greenwood
(Redistricted from the 2nd district)
Democratic 1922 Re-elected Arthur H. Greenwood (D) 56.7%
George W. Henley (R) 43.3%
Indiana 8 John W. Boehne, Jr.
(Redistricted from the 1st district)
Democratic 1930 Re-elected John W. Boehne, Jr. (D) 63.5%
French Clements (R) 36.5%
Indiana 9 Eugene B. Crowe
(Redistricted from the 3rd district)
Democratic 1930 Re-elected Eugene B. Crowe (D) 57.7%
Chester A. Davis (R) 42.3%
Indiana 10 Harry C. Canfield
(Redistricted from the 4th district)
Democratic 1922 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Finly Gray (D) 52.1%
Ephraim F. Bowen (R) 47.9%
Indiana 11 William H. Larrabee
(Redistricted from the 6th district)
Democratic 1930 Re-elected William H. Larrabee (D) 54.4%
Dale B. Spencer (R) 45.6%
Indiana 12 Louis Ludlow
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Democratic 1928 Re-elected Louis Ludlow (D) 53.4%
William H. Harrison (R) 46.6%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Iowa 1 William F. Kopp Republican 1920 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Edward C. Eicher (D) 54.2%
William F. Kopp (R) 45.8%
Iowa 2 Bernhard M. Jacobsen Democratic 1930 Re-elected Bernhard M. Jacobsen (D) 58.7%
Frank W. Elliott (R) 41.3%
Iowa 3 Thomas J. B. Robinson Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Albert C. Willford (D) 50.6%
Thomas J. B. Robinson (R) 49.4%
Iowa 4 Gilbert N. Haugen Republican 1898 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Fred Bierman (D) 59.7%
Gilbert N. Haugen (R) 40.3%
Iowa 5 Cyrenus Cole Republican 1920 Retired
Republican loss
Lloyd Thurston (R) 50.1%
Lloyd Ellis (D) 49.9%
Lloyd Thurston
(Redistricted from the 8th district)
Republican 1924 Re-elected
C. William Ramseyer
(Redistricted from the 6th district)
Republican 1914 Lost renomination
Republican loss
Iowa 6 Cassius C. Dowell
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Republican 1914 Re-elected Cassius C. Dowell (R) 56.5%
Charles S. Cooter (D) 43.5%
Iowa 7 Charles Edward Swanson
(Redistricted from the 9th district)
Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Otha D. Wearin (D) 56.3%
Charles Edward Swanson (R) 43.7%
Iowa 8 Fred C. Gilchrist
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Republican 1930 Re-elected Fred C. Gilchrist (R) 53.4%
William T. Branagan (D) 46.6%
Iowa 9 Ed H. Campbell
(Redistricted from the 11th district)
Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Guy M. Gillette (D) 54.9%
Ed H. Campbell (R) 45.1%


The eighth district was eliminated when the state was reapportioned from eight to seven districts. Two incumbent Republicans lost re-election. One incumbent Republican lost renomination and his seat was won by the incumbent Democrat from the district that was merged into his.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Kansas 1 William P. Lambertson Republican 1928 Re-elected
William P. Lambertson (R) 57.8%
M. R. Howard (D) 33.4%
George C. Hall (I) 8.8%
Kansas 2 Ulysses Samuel Guyer Republican 1926 Re-elected Ulysses Samuel Guyer (R) 51.7%
B. J. Sheridan (D) 48.3%
Kansas 3 Harold C. McGugin Republican 1930 Re-elected Harold C. McGugin (R) 52.9%
E. W. Patterson (D) 44.9%
Van Zant Rowe (S) 2.2%
Kansas 4 Homer Hoch Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Randolph Carpenter (D) 50.2%
Homer Hoch (R) 49.5%
F. M. Shonkwiler (I) 0.3%
Others 0.1%
Kansas 5 James G. Strong Republican 1918 Lost renomination
Republican loss
William Augustus Ayres (D) 73.9%
W. L. Farquharson (R) 26.1%
William Augustus Ayres
(Redistricted from the 8th district)
Democratic 1922 Re-elected
Kansas 6 Charles I. Sparks Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Kathryn O'Loughlin McCarthy (D) 55.6%
Charles I. Sparks (R) 44.4%
Kansas 7 Clifford R. Hope Republican 1926 Re-elected Clifford R. Hope (R) 55.6%
Aaron Coleman (D) 44.4%


Kentucky, reapportioned from 11 districts down to 9, elected all of its representatives on a statewide at-large ticket. Of the nine incumbent Democratic representatives, seven were re-elected on the general ticket and two retired, while both incumbent Republicans retired.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Kentucky at-large William Voris Gregory
(Redistricted from the 1st district)
Democratic 1926 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Fred M. Vinson (D) 6.6%
John Y. Brown, Sr. (D) 6.6%
Andrew J. May (D) 6.6%
Brent Spence (D) 6.6%
Virgil Chapman (D) 6.6%
Glover H. Cary (D) 6.6%
William Voris Gregory (D) 6.6%
Cap R. Carden (D) 6.6%
Finley Hamilton (D) 6.6%
Hillard H. Smith (R) 4.5%
Robert Blackburn (R) 4.5%
William Lewis (R) 4.5%
George P. Ellison (R) 4.5%
D. E. McClure (R) 4.5%
J. C. Speight (R) 4.5%
Hugh H. Asher (R) 4.5%
B. T. Rountree (R) 4.5%
Frank B. Russell (R) 4.5%
J. T. Scopes (S) 0.04%
J. J. Thobe (S) 0.04%
C. E. Trimble (S) 0.04%
W. G. Haag (S) 0.04%
E. C. Schulz (S) 0.04%
E. L. Nance (S) 0.04%
J. M. Woodward (S) 0.04%
H. L. Harwood (S) 0.04%
D. S. Bennett (S) 0.04%
Frank Reynolds (C) 0.003%
George N. Conway (C) 0.003%
Kentucky at-large Glover H. Cary
(Redistricted from the 2nd district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
John Moore
(Redistricted from the 3rd district)
Democratic 1929 Incumbent retired
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Cap R. Carden
(Redistricted from the 4th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Maurice H. Thatcher
(Redistricted from the 5th district)
Republican 1922 Incumbent retired when seat eliminated
Republican loss
Kentucky at-large Brent Spence
(Redistricted from the 6th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Virgil Chapman
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Ralph Gilbert
(Redistricted from the 8th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent retired
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Fred M. Vinson
(Redistricted from the 9th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Andrew J. May
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Democratic 1930 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Democratic hold
Kentucky at-large Charles Finley
(Redistricted from the 11th district)
Republican 1930 Incumbent retired when seat eliminated
Republican loss


Louisiana continued to elect its representatives based upon districts adopted in 1912. Those districts did not change until the 1968 elections.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Louisiana 1 Joachim O. Fernandez Democratic 1930 Re-elected Joachim O. Fernandez (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 2 Paul H. Maloney Democratic 1930 Re-elected Paul H. Maloney (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 3 Numa F. Montet Democratic 1929 Re-elected Numa F. Montet (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 4 John N. Sandlin Democratic 1920 Re-elected John N. Sandlin (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 5 Riley Joseph Wilson Democratic 1914 Re-elected Riley Joseph Wilson (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 6 Bolivar E. Kemp Democratic 1924 Re-elected Bolivar E. Kemp (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 7 René Louis DeRouen Democratic 1927 Re-elected René Louis DeRouen (D) Unopposed
Louisiana 8 John H. Overton Democratic 1931 Retired to run for U. S. Senate
Democratic hold
Cleveland Dear (D) Unopposed


Maine was redistricted from four seats down to three; of four Republican incumbents, only one was re-elected; one retired and two were defeated by Democratic challengers.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Maine 1 Carroll L. Beedy Republican 1920 Re-elected Carroll L. Beedy (R) 51.1%
Joseph E. F. Connolly (D) 48.9%
Maine 2 John E. Nelson
(Redistricted from the 3rd district)
Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Edward C. Moran (D) 51.8%
John E. Nelson (R) 47.4%
Frederick P. Bonney (Ind Rep) 0.8%
Maine 3 Donald F. Snow
(Redistricted from the 4th district)
Republican 1928 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
John G. Utterback (D) 50.1%
Owen Brewster (R) 49.6%
Carl S. Godfrey (S) 0.3%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Maryland 1 T. Alan Goldsborough Democratic 1920 Re-elected T. Alan Goldsborough (D) 64.9%
Harry T. Phoebus (R) 35.1%
Maryland 2 William P. Cole, Jr. Democratic 1930 Re-elected William P. Cole, Jr. (D) 67.3%
David L. Elliott (R) 32.7%
Maryland 3 Vincent Luke Palmisano Democratic 1926 Re-elected Vincent Luke Palmisano (D) 72.8%
R. Palmer Ingram (R) 23.8%
Samuel M. Neistadt (S) 2.9%
Walter Potruzuski (C) 0.5%
Maryland 4 J. Charles Linthicum
(Died October 5, 1932)
Democratic 1910 Special election
Democratic hold
Ambrose Jerome Kennedy (D) Unopposed
General election
Democratic hold
Ambrose Jerome Kennedy (D) 66.0%
Claude B. Sweezey (R) 31.6%
James J. Kane (S) 2.1%
John Gattes (C) 0.3%
Maryland 5 Stephen W. Gambrill Democratic 1924 Re-elected Stephen W. Gambrill (D) 70.4%
A. Kingsley Love (R) 29.6%
Maryland 6 David J. Lewis Democratic 1930 Re-elected David J. Lewis (D) 58.4%
Harold C. Smith (R) 41.6%


Massachusetts was redistricted from 16 districts to 15; 10 Republican and 4 Democratic incumbents were re-elected, while 2 Republican incumbents retired in the old 8th and 9th districts; the new 8th containing parts of both elected a Democrat.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Massachusetts 1 Allen T. Treadway Republican 1912 Re-elected Allen T. Treadway (R) 54.7%
Thomas F. Cassidy (D) 42.6%
Paul C. Wicks (S) 2.8%
Massachusetts 2 William J. Granfield Democratic 1930 Re-elected William J. Granfield (D) 49.9%
Joshua L. Brooks (R) 45.7%
F. Ralph Harlow (S) 4.3%
Massachusetts 3 Frank H. Foss Republican 1924 Re-elected Frank H. Foss (R) 51.5%
M. Fred O'Connell (D) 48.5%
Massachusetts 4 Pehr G. Holmes Republican 1930 Re-elected Pehr G. Holmes (R) 55.0%
John J. Walsh (D) 45.0%
Massachusetts 5 Edith Nourse Rogers Republican 1925 Re-elected Edith Nourse Rogers (R) 59.9%
James J. Bruin (D) 40.1%
Massachusetts 6 Abram Andrew Republican 1921 Re-elected Abram Andrew (R) 67.7%
James D. Burns (D) 32.3%
Massachusetts 7 William P. Connery, Jr. Democratic 1922 Re-elected William P. Connery, Jr. (D) 56.6%
Charles W. Lovett (R) 40.7%
Joseph F. Massidda (S) 2.7%
Massachusetts 8 Vacant 1926 Frederick W. Dallinger (R) resigned October 1, 1932
Democratic gain
Arthur D. Healey (D) 51.1%
George H. Norton (R) 48.9%
Massachusetts 9 Robert Luce
(Redistricted from 13th district)
Republican 1918 Re-elected Robert Luce (R) 51.4%
Frederick S. Deitrick (D) 47.4%
William Barnard Smith (Proh) 1.2%
Massachusetts 10 George H. Tinkham
(Redistricted from 11th district)
Republican 1914 Re-elected George H. Tinkham (R) 60.3%
John J. Crehan (D) 39.7%
Massachusetts 11 John J. Douglass
(Redistricted from 10th district)
Democratic 1924 Re-elected John J. Douglass (D) 85.7%
William F. McDonald (R) 14.3%
Massachusetts 12 John William McCormack Democratic 1928 Re-elected John William McCormack (D) 72.9%
Bernard Ginsburg (R) 27.1%
Massachusetts 13 Richard B. Wigglesworth Republican 1928 Re-elected Richard B. Wigglesworth (R) 58.4%
Edward G. Morris (D) 41.6%
Massachusetts 14 Joseph William Martin, Jr. Republican 1924 Re-elected Joseph William Martin, Jr. (R) 56.8%
Andrew J. McGraw (D) 43.2%
Massachusetts 15 Charles L. Gifford Republican 1922 Re-elected Charles L. Gifford (R) 57.5%
Thomas H. Buckley (D) 39.6%
Jacob Minkin (S) 2.9%


Michigan was redistricted from 13 to 17 districts, adding four new districts in and around Detroit.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Michigan 1 None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain
George G. Sadowski (D) 68.1%
Charles H. Mahoney (R) 28.7%
Joseph Billups (C) 1.6%
Alex Levitt (S) 1.3%
Walter Ty Krentler (American) 0.3%
Michigan 2 Earl C. Michener Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
John C. Lehr (D) 50.6%
Earl C. Michener (R) 48.3%
Harold P. Marley (S) 1.0%
Ira Welsh (C) 0.2%
Michigan 3 Joseph L. Hooper Republican 1925 Re-elected Joseph L. Hooper (R) 50.2%
Charles E. Gauss (D) 46.9%
J. Robert Childs (S) 1.4%
Charles Francis Young (Proh) 1.3%
E. M. Curry (C) 0.2%
Michigan 4 John C. Ketcham Republican 1920 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
George Foulkes (D) 51.6%
John C. Ketcham (R) 47.2%
Hale Tennant (S) 1.2%
Howard Harris (C) 0.07%
Michigan 5 Carl E. Mapes Republican 1912 Re-elected Carl E. Mapes (R) 51.3%
Winfield H. Caslow (D) 47.3%
Morris Armour (S) 1.2%
Arthur Briggs (C) 0.3%
Michigan 6 Seymour H. Person Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Claude E. Cady (D) 47.8%
Seymour H. Person (R) 39.5%
Grant M. Hudson (R) 12.5%
Spurgeon D. Gostelow (Proh) 0.1%
William Carley (C) 0.1%
Michigan 7 Jesse P. Wolcott Republican 1930 Re-elected Jesse P. Wolcott (R) 56.1%
James G. Tucker (D) 41.8%
Emerald B. Dixon (Proh) 2.0%
Edward L. Mills (C) 0.2%
Michigan 8 Michael J. Hart Democratic 1931 Re-elected Michael J. Hart (D) 53.5%
William M. Smith (R) 44.9%
Charles W. Crum (S) 1.3%
Howard L. Holmes (Proh) 0.3%
John G. Zittel (C) 0.06%
Michigan 9 James C. McLaughlin Republican 1906 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Harry W. Musselwhite (D) 52.2%
James C. McLaughlin (R) 47.3%
Clyde Smith (C) 0.5%
Michigan 10 Roy O. Woodruff Republican 1920 Re-elected Roy O. Woodruff (R) 54.0%
William J. Kelly (D) 44.9%
William Rabideau (S) 1.0%
Michigan 11 Frank P. Bohn Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Prentiss M. Brown (D) 50.0%
Frank P. Bohn (R) 47.6%
Eugene Le Roy (S) 2.0%
Alfred Bachman (C) 0.4%
Michigan 12 W. Frank James Republican 1914 Re-elected W. Frank James (R) 62.5%
Levi S. Rice (D) 35.0%
Arne Roine (C) 2.5%
Michigan 13 Clarence J. McLeod Republican 1922 Re-elected Clarence J. McLeod (R) 52.4%
Clarence E. Seebaldt (D) 45.1%
Alois Simon (S) 1.8%
Frank Sullivan (C) 0.8%
Michigan 14 Robert H. Clancy Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Carl M. Weideman (D) 50.4%
Robert H. Clancy (R) 47.3%
Arthur E. Kent (S) 1.8%
John Schmies (C) 0.6%
Michigan 15 None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain
John D. Dingell, Sr. (D) 48.3%
Charles Bowles (R) 46.0%
Robert D. Wardell (American) 3.4%
Morton Allen (S) 1.6%
Bronislaw Wronski (C) 0.6%
Michigan 16 None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain
John Lesinski, Sr. (D) 53.0%
Frank P. Darin (R) 44.2%
Mint Nauta (S) 1.5%
John T. Pace (C) 1.2%
Michigan 17 None (district created) New seat
Republican gain
George A. Dondero (R) 52.6%
Harry Mitchell (D) 44.9%
W. H. Allmendiger (S) 2.1%
Margaret Jenkins (C) 0.4%


Minnesota, reapportioned from 10 seats down to 9, elected all representatives on a statewide general ticket. Of 10 incumbents, 1 Farmer-Labor and 1 Republican were re-elected, 4 Republicans lost re-election, 3 Republicans lost renomination, and 1 Republican retired.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Minnesota at-large Victor Christgau
(Redistricted from the 1st district)
Republican 1928 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Magnus Johnson (FL) 5.0%
Paul John Kvale (FL) 4.9%
Henry M. Arens (FL) 4.6%
Ernest Lundeen (FL) 4.5%
Theodore Christianson (R) 4.3%
Einar Hoidale (D) 4.1%
Ray P. Chase (R) 4.1%
Francis Shoemaker (FL) 4.1%
Harold Knutson (R) 4.0%
August H. Andresen (R) 4.0%
William I. Nolan (R) 3.9%
Conrad Selvig (R) 3.9%
J. A. A. Burnquist (R) 3.9%
J. L. Peterson (FL) 3.8%
Henry G. Teigan (FL) 3.8%
G. F. Gaarenstroom (FL) 3.7%
William A. Pittenger (R) 3.7%
N. J. Holmberg (R) 3.7%
A. C. Townley (FL) 3.4%
Robert C. Bell (D) 3.1%
John P. Coughlin (D) 2.8%
Silas M. Bryan (D) 2.7%
Emil E. Holmes (D) 2.6%
James R. Bennett, Jr. (D) 2.5%
Donald A. Chapman (D) 2.4%
Hugh T. Kennedy (D) 2.4%
John Bowie (D) 2.4%
Victor Christgau (I) 1.1%
J. W. Anderson (C) 0.2%
M. Karson (C) 0.1%
Fred Lequier (C) 0.1%
Melvin J. Maas (I) 0.01%
Frank Clague
(Redistricted from the 2nd district)
Republican 1920 Retired
Republican loss
Minnesota at-large August H. Andresen
(Redistricted from the 3rd district)
Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Farmer-Labor gain
Minnesota at-large Melvin J. Maas
(Redistricted from the 4th district)
Republican 1926 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
Minnesota at-large William I. Nolan
(Redistricted from the 5th district)
Republican 1929 Lost re-election
Farmer-Labor gain
Minnesota at-large Harold Knutson
(Redistricted from the 6th district)
Republican 1916 Re-elected
Republican hold
Minnesota at-large Paul John Kvale
(Redistricted from the 7th district)
Farmer-Labor 1929 Re-elected
Farmer-Labor hold
Minnesota at-large William A. Pittenger
(Redistricted from the 8th district)
Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Farmer-Labor gain
Minnesota at-large Conrad Selvig
(Redistricted from the 9th district)
Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Farmer-Labor gain
Minnesota at-large Godfrey G. Goodwin
(Redistricted from the 10th district)
Republican 1924 Lost renomination
Republican hold


Redistricted from 8 districts to 7, with most of the 8th district being added to the 7th.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Mississippi 1 John E. Rankin Democratic 1920 Re-elected John E. Rankin (D) 97.0%
T. C. Moore (R) 1.5%
John R. Duberry (R) 1.5%
Mississippi 2 Wall Doxey Democratic 1928 Re-elected Wall Doxey (D) 98.5%
L. E. Oldham (R) 0.9%
William McDonough (R) 0.6%
Mississippi 3 William Madison Whittington Democratic 1924 Re-elected William Madison Whittington (D) 95.7%
J. T. Spence (R) 2.5%
Rice Hungerford, Jr. (R) 1.7%
Mississippi 4 Jeff Busby Democratic 1922 Re-elected Jeff Busby (D) 97.8%
D. F. Elliott (R) 1.2%
J. O. Martin (R) 0.9%
Mississippi 5 Ross A. Collins Democratic 1920 Re-elected Ross A. Collins (D) 97.0%
F. M. Robertson (R) 1.6%
Anna W. Matthews (R) 1.3%
Mississippi 6 Robert S. Hall Democratic 1928 Defeated in primary
Democratic hold
William M. Colmer (D) 94.5%
John R. Tally (R) 4.4%
Charles M. Hays (R) 1.1%
Mississippi 7 Lawrence Russell Ellzey Democratic 1932 Re-elected Lawrence Russell Ellzey (D) 95.6%
George W. Forbes (R) 2.6%
Loyal G. Reese (R) 1.4%
Others 0.3%


Missouri was reapportioned from 16 seats to 13, which were elected on a general ticket. The delegation went from 12 Democrats and 4 Republicans to 13 Democrats, 8 of them previous incumbents.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Missouri At-large Milton A. Romjue
Redistricted from 1st
Democratic 1922 Re-elected John J. Cochran (D) 4.9%
James Robert Claiborne (D) 4.8%
Joseph B. Shannon (D) 4.8%
Clyde Williams (D) 4.8%
Clarence Cannon (D) 4.8%
Frank H. Lee (D) 4.8%
James Edward Ruffin (D) 4.8%
Ralph F. Lozier (D) 4.8%
Jacob L. Milligan (D) 4.8%
Reuben T. Wood (D) 4.8%
Milton A. Romjue (D) 4.8%
Richard M. Duncan (D) 4.8%
Clement C. Dickinson (D) 4.7%
Leonidas C. Dyer (R) 2.9%
Henry F. Niedringhaus (R) 2.9%
James Stewart (R) 2.8%
Phil A. Bennett (R) 2.8%
John M. Hadley (R) 2.8%
Carl Otto (R) 2.8%
Louis E. Miller (R) 2.8%
Sam A. Clark (R) 2.8%
Joe J. Manlove (R) 2.8%
Rowland L. Johnston (R) 2.8%
David Hopkins (R) 2.8%
John W. Palmer (R) 2.8%
Manvel H. Davis (R) 2.8%
Phillips (S) 0.06%
Morrison (S) 0.06%
Langley (S) 0.06%
Becker (S) 0.06%
Elliff (S) 0.06%
Anderson (S) 0.06%
Henschel (S) 0.06%
Davidson (S) 0.06%
Turner (S) 0.06%
Hill (S) 0.06%
Harrison (S) 0.05%
Shumaker (S) 0.05%
Thayer (S) 0.05%
Benz (C) 0.003%
Missouri At-large Ralph F. Lozier
Redistricted from 2nd
Democratic 1922 Re-elected
Missouri At-large Jacob L. Milligan
Redistricted from 3rd
Democratic 1922 Re-elected
Missouri At-large David W. Hopkins
Redistricted from 4th
Republican 1929 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Missouri At-large Joseph B. Shannon
Redistricted from 5th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Missouri At-large Clement C. Dickinson
Redistricted from 6th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Missouri At-large Robert Davis Johnson
Redistricted from 7th
Democratic 1931 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Missouri At-large William L. Nelson
Redistricted from 8th
Democratic 1924 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Missouri At-large Clarence Cannon
Redistricted from 9th
Democratic 1922 Re-elected
Henry F. Niedringhaus
Redistricted from 10th
Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Republican loss
Missouri At-large John J. Cochran
Redistricted from 11th
Democratic 1926 Re-elected
Leonidas C. Dyer
Redistricted from 12th
Republican 1914 Lost re-election
Republican loss
Missouri At-large Clyde Williams
Redistricted from 13th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Missouri At-large James F. Fulbright
Redistricted from 14th
Democratic 1930 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
Joe J. Manlove
Redistricted from 15th
Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Republican loss
Missouri At-large William Edward Barton
Redistricted from 16th
Democratic 1930 Lost renomination
Democratic hold


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Montana 1 John M. Evans Democratic 1922 Defeated in primary
Democratic hold
Joseph P. Monaghan (D) 59.0%
Mark D. Fitzgerald (R) 38.4%
A. N. Brooks (S) 2.2%
Roger Murray (C) 0.3%
Montana 2 Scott Leavitt Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Roy E. Ayers (D) 52.5%
Scott Leavitt (R) 44.1%
J. H. Matheson (D) 1.3%
Harry Juul (C) 1.2%
H. F. Fuerstnow (Liberty) 0.9%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Nebraska 1 John H. Morehead Democratic 1922 Re-elected John H. Morehead (D) 58.0%
Marcus L. Poteet (R) 40.2%
Daniel Hill (S) 1.8%
Nebraska 2 Howard M. Baldrige Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Edward R. Burke (D) 51.3%
Howard M. Baldrige (R) 43.8%
Grenville P. North (I) 1.7%
Hugh W. Thomas (I) 1.3%
Arthur F. Stearns (S) 1.1%
Claude L. Nethaway (I) 0.4%
Henry Hoffman (I) 0.4%
Nebraska 3 Edgar Howard Democratic 1922 Re-elected Edgar Howard (D) 66.0%
H. Halderson (R) 29.3%
M. F. Hall (I) 3.4%
Aug. Hohneke (S) 1.3%
Nebraska 4 John N. Norton Democratic 1930 Lost renomination Ashton C. Shallenberger (D) 44.8%
Fred G. Johnson (R) 32.5%
Charles G. Binderup (I) 17.6%
Charles M. Bosley (I) 4.0%
Peter Uerling (S) 1.2%
Ashton C. Shallenberger
Redistricted from 5th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Nebraska 5 Robert G. Simmons Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Redistricted from 6th
Democratic gain
Terry Carpenter (D) 51.3%
Robert G. Simmons (R) 47.1%
A. E. Bell (S) 1.5%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Nevada At-large Samuel S. Arentz Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
James G. Scrugham (D) 60.8%
Samuel S. Arentz (R) 39.2%

New Hampshire

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
New Hampshire 1 William Nathaniel Rogers Democratic 1932 Re-elected William Nathaniel Rogers (D) 51.3%
William P. Straw (R) 48.6%
John Zebrowski (I) 0.1%
New Hampshire 2 Edward Hills Wason Republican 1914 Retired
Republican hold
Charles W. Tobey (R) 52.8%
Jeremiah J. Doyle (D) 46.8%
Eli Bourbon (S) 0.3%
Waino H. Wirkkala (C) 0.1%

New Jersey

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
New Jersey 1 Charles A. Wolverton Republican 1926 Re-elected Charles A. Wolverton (R) 60.2%
Samuel T. French (D) 36.7%
Morris Stempa (S) 2.4%
Charles R. Engel (Proh) 0.7%
Leon A. Ollen (C) 0.06%
New Jersey 2 Isaac Bacharach Republican 1914 Re-elected Isaac Bacharach (R) 62.9%
Harry R. Coulomb (D) 36.4%
Albert H. Schreiber (S) 0.4%
Walter L Yerkes (Proh) 0.3%
New Jersey 3 William H. Sutphin Democratic 1930 Re-elected William H. Sutphin (D) 50.9%
Stanley Washburn (R) 48.4%
Ethel Beck (S) 0.6%
George R. Carroll (C) 0.1%
New Jersey 4 None (District created)
Republican gain
D. Lane Powers (R) 55.0%
Monell Sayre (D) 43.2%
William C. Kauffman (S) 1.5%
Joseph Wisniewski (C) 0.2%
Russell Y. Page (Personal Choice) 0.008%
New Jersey 5 Charles A. Eaton Republican 1924 Re-elected
Redistricted from 4th
Charles A. Eaton (R) 53.2%
Frederic M. P. Pearse (D) 45.6%
Bordeaux W. Stokes (S) 1.0%
Joseph F. Fofrich (C) 0.2%
New Jersey 6 Percy Hamilton Stewart Democratic 1931 Retired to run for U. S. Senate
Redistricted from 5th
Republican gain
Donald H. McLean (R) 57.4%
Fred C. Hyer (D) 41.9%
Minnie Zurov Sliptzin (C) 0.6%
New Jersey 7 Randolph Perkins Republican 1920 Re-elected
Redistricted from 6th
Randolph Perkins (R) 51.6%
Hamilton Cross (D) 47.3%
Ferdinand Kadel (S) 0.9%
James Benjamin McBride, Jr. (C) 0.1%
Harold Taft Wright (I) 0.07%
Emil Landgraf (Soc-Lab) 0.05%
New Jersey 8 George N. Seger Republican 1922 Re-elected
Redistricted from 7th
George N. Seger (R) 49.2%
Harry Joelson (D) 48.9%
Garrett DeYoung (S) 1.5%
Morris M. Brown (C) 0.2%
John Leahy (Soc-Lab) 0.09%
William Richard Clark (Proh) 0.08%
New Jersey 9 None (District created)
Democratic gain
Edward A. Kenney (D) 47.6%
Joseph W. Marini (R) 46.8%
Edward J. Ryan (I) 4.1%
Henry J. Cox (S) 1.5%
New Jersey 10 Fred A. Hartley, Jr. Republican 1928 Re-elected
Redistricted from 8th
Fred A. Hartley, Jr. (R) 55.2%
William W. Harrison (D) 43.4%
Andrew P. Wittel (S) 1.3%
Mary Rozanski (C) 0.10%
New Jersey 11 Peter Angelo Cavicchia Republican 1930 Re-elected
Redistricted from 9th
Peter Angelo Cavicchia (R) 49.8%
John J. McCloskey (D) 48.8%
M. Hart Walker (S) 1.2%
John Kasper (C) 0.2%
New Jersey 12 Frederick R. Lehlbach Republican 1914 Re-elected
Redistricted from 10th
Frederick R. Lehlbach (R) 56.1%
Joseph M. Degnan (D) 41.7%
Louis Reiss (S) 2.0%
Charles Mitchell (C) 0.3%
New Jersey 13 Mary Teresa Norton Democratic 1924 Re-elected
Redistricted from 12th
Mary Teresa Norton (D) 72.1%
Mortimer Neuman (R) 27.3%
Archibald Craig (S) 0.3%
Michael G. Pipi (Liberty) 0.1%
Max Botwinick (C) 0.1%
George Ludwig (Soc-Lab) 0.03%
New Jersey 14 Oscar L. Auf der Heide Democratic 1924 Re-elected
Redistricted from 11th
Oscar L. Auf der Heide (D) 75.1%
Vincent P. McGann (R) 23.7%
Michael Rappaport (S) 0.7%
George Driscoll (I) 0.2%
Albert Hoffman (C) 0.1%
Charles Schrafft (Soc-Lab) 0.08%

New Mexico

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
New Mexico At-large Dennis Chavez Democratic 1930 Re-elected Dennis Chavez (D) 63.4%
Jose E. Armijo (R) 35.4%
N. S. Sweeney (S) 0.9%
L. E. Lake (Liberty) 0.3%
E. T. Howell (C) 0.09%

New York

New York, reapportioned from 43 to 45 seats, left its districts unchanged and elected the two new members at large.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
New York 1 Robert L. Bacon Republican 1922 Re-elected Robert L. Bacon (R) 54.0%
Cornelius V. Whitney (D) 42.9%
Eric E. DeMarsh (S) 1.6%
William F. Varney (Law) 1.5%
New York 2 William F. Brunner Democratic 1928 Re-elected William F. Brunner (D) 68.6%
Horace A. Demarest (R) 27.3%
James Oneal (S) 4.1%
New York 3 George W. Lindsay Democratic 1922 Re-elected George W. Lindsay (D) 80.8%
Edgar H. Hazelwood (R) 13.9%
Joseph A. Weil (S) 4.2%
Clarence H. Hathaway (C) 1.1%
New York 4 Thomas H. Cullen Democratic 1918 Re-elected Thomas H. Cullen (D) 82.1%
Conrad P. Printzlien (R) 15.4%
Joseph C. Class (S) 2.0%
Carl O. Peterson (C) 0.5%
New York 5 Loring M. Black, Jr. Democratic 1922 Re-elected Loring M. Black, Jr. (D) 64.8%
Irving C. Maltz (R) 30.9%
Jacob L. Afros (S) 4.3%
New York 6 Andrew Lawrence Somers Democratic 1924 Re-elected Andrew Lawrence Somers (D) 57.0%
Joseph P. Byrne (R) 29.7%
Harry W. Laidler (S) 11.0%
Wolf Schefter (C) 1.4%
Hugo Sesselberg (Civic Securities) 0.9%
New York 7 John J. Delaney Democratic 1931 Re-elected John J. Delaney (D) 72.5%
Richard W. Thomas (R) 19.5%
David M. Cory (S) 6.4%
Emanuel Levin (C) 1.6%
New York 8 Patrick J. Carley Democratic 1926 Re-elected Patrick J. Carley (D) 62.1%
Daniel Edelman (R) 21.8%
Baruch C. Vladeck (S) 14.1%
Louis De Santer (C) 2.0%
New York 9 Stephen A. Rudd Democratic 1931 Re-elected Stephen A. Rudd (D) 59.9%
James Virdone (R) 32.7%
Abraham I. Shiplacoff (S) 6.5%
Richard B. Sullivan (C) 0.9%
New York 10 Emanuel Celler Democratic 1922 Re-elected Emanuel Celler (D) 63.8%
William A. Ronalds (R) 24.8%
Louis Sadoff (S) 9.3%
Harry Friedman (C) 2.0%
New York 11 Anning S. Prall Democratic 1923 Re-elected Anning S. Prall (D) 69.2%
Frank Homer Fay (R) 27.9%
Walter Dearing (S) 2.8%
New York 12 Samuel Dickstein Democratic 1922 Re-elected Samuel Dickstein (D) 86.5%
Henry Steinberg (R) 8.4%
Abraham P. Conan (S) 3.3%
Richard Follops (I) 1.6%
Lodian Lodian (I) 0.2%
New York 13 Christopher D. Sullivan Democratic 1916 Re-elected Christopher D. Sullivan (D) 86.5%
John Rosenberg (R) 9.9%
Evelyn W. Hughan (S) 2.7%
John Steuben (I) 0.9%
New York 14 William Irving Sirovich Democratic 1926 Re-elected William Irving Sirovich (D) 60.7%
Henry A. Lowenberg (R) 28.3%
August Claessens (S) 8.0%
Abraham Markoff (I) 3.0%
New York 15 John J. Boylan Democratic 1922 Re-elected John J. Boylan (D) 80.9%
Charles Condert Nast (R) 16.1%
William E. Bohn (S) 2.3%
Harry Raymond (I) 0.7%
New York 16 John J. O'Connor Democratic 1923 Re-elected John J. O'Connor (D) 67.1%
Eugene S. Taliaferro (R) 28.3%
Bertha Mailly (S) 3.5%
Carl Hacker (I) 1.1%
New York 17 Ruth Baker Pratt Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Theodore A. Peyser (D) 52.9%
Ruth Baker Pratt (R) 43.3%
Alexander Kahn (S) 3.0%
George Hiram Mann (I) 0.8%
New York 18 Martin J. Kennedy Democratic 1930 Re-elected Martin J. Kennedy (D) 75.1%
Patrick S. Hickey (R) 19.9%
Emerich Steinberger (S) 3.9%
Pauline Rogers (I) 1.1%
New York 19 Sol Bloom Democratic 1923 Re-elected Sol Bloom (D) 69.0%
William L. Carns (R) 26.2%
Reinhold Niebuhr (S) 4.3%
Mary L. H. Brooks (I) 0.5%
New York 20 Fiorello H. LaGuardia Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
James J. Lanzetta (D) 50.7%
Fiorello H. LaGuardia (R) 47.0%
Frank Poree (S) 1.4%
Earl Browder (I) 1.0%
New York 21 Joseph A. Gavagan Democratic 1929 Re-elected Joseph A. Gavagan (D) 64.6%
Oscar J. Smith (R) 27.7%
Frank R. Crosswaith (S) 7.1%
Elinor C. Henderson (I) 0.7%
New York 22 Anthony J. Griffin Democratic 1918 Re-elected Anthony J. Griffin (D) 76.7%
Wilbur J. Murphy (R) 17.6%
Tyrell Wilson (S) 4.5%
Helen Gerson (I) 1.3%
New York 23 Frank Oliver Democratic 1922 Re-elected Frank Oliver (D) 69.5%
Samuel J. Krinn (R) 16.7%
Samuel Orr (S) 11.3%
Carl Prodsky (I) 2.5%
New York 24 James M. Fitzpatrick Democratic 1926 Re-elected James M. Fitzpatrick (D) 60.1%
Benjamin L. Fairchild (R) 30.4%
Esther Friedman (S) 7.2%
Moissaye J. Olgin (C) 2.2%
Alexander Wascin (Jeffersonian) 0.2%
New York 25 Charles D. Millard Republican 1930 Re-elected Charles D. Millard (R) 54.3%
Jesse B. Perlman (D) 42.5%
Carl O. Parsons (S) 1.7%
David E. Hartshorn (Law) 1.6%
New York 26 Hamilton Fish, Jr. Republican 1920 Re-elected Hamilton Fish, Jr. (R) 58.3%
Roslyn M. Cox (D) 40.8%
Albert W. Brower (S) 0.8%
New York 27 Harcourt J. Pratt Republican 1924 Retired
Republican hold
Philip A. Goodwin (R) 52.5%
Clifford L. Miller (D) 46.5%
Milo C. Myers (S) 0.9%
New York 28 Parker Corning Democratic 1922 Re-elected Parker Corning (D) 64.7%
Isaac G. Braman (R) 34.7%
Allin Depew (S) 0.6%
New York 29 James S. Parker Republican 1912 Re-elected James S. Parker (R) 57.8%
John J. Nyhoff (D) 41.5%
Coleman B. Cheney (S) 0.7%
New York 30 Frank Crowther Republican 1918 Re-elected Frank Crowther (R) 55.5%
George D. Lambertson (D) 42.3%
Herbert M. Merrill (S) 2.2%
New York 31 Bertrand Snell Republican 1915 Re-elected Bertrand Snell (R) 57.5%
Kenneth Gardner (D) 42.1%
George E. Brassard (S) 0.4%
New York 32 Francis D. Culkin Republican 1928 Re-elected Francis D. Culkin (R) 61.8%
John C. Purcell (D) 37.3%
James A. Manson (S) 0.8%
New York 33 Frederick M. Davenport Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Fred J. Sisson (D) 50.0%
Frederick M. Davenport (R) 49.0%
Otto L. Endres (S) 1.0%
New York 34 John D. Clarke Republican 1926 Re-elected John D. Clarke (R) 53.2%
Charles R. Seymour (D) 40.0%
Leon Ray Steenburg (Law) 6.1%
Pierre De Nie (S) 0.7%
New York 35 Clarence E. Hancock Republican 1927 Re-elected Clarence E. Hancock (R) 55.6%
Edmund L. Weston (D) 42.3%
Walter B. McNinch (S) 2.1%
New York 36 John Taber Republican 1922 Re-elected John Taber (R) 60.9%
Lithgow Osborne (D) 38.2%
Esther Wright (S) 0.9%
New York 37 Gale H. Stalker Republican 1922 Re-elected Gale H. Stalker (R) 52.4%
Julian P. Bretz (D) 45.6%
Edward Amherst Ott (S) 1.3%
John D. Driscoll (Lib) 0.7%
New York 38 James L. Whitley Republican 1928 Re-elected James L. Whitley (R) 46.2%
Charles Stanton (D) 42.4%
Arthur Rathjen (Law) 8.7%
Richard M. Briggs (S) 2.6%
New York 39 Archie D. Sanders Republican 1916 Retired
Republican hold
James Wolcott Wadsworth, Jr. (R) 47.1%
David A. White (D) 32.8%
Ernest R. Clark (Law) 18.7%
Martin T. Cook (S) 1.4%
New York 40 Walter Gresham Andrews Republican 1930 Re-elected Walter Gresham Andrews (R) 61.7%
Ralph W. Nolan (D) 36.1%
Herman J. Hahn (I) 2.1%
New York 41 Edmund F. Cooke Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Alfred F. Beiter (D) 50.1%
Edmund F. Cooke (R) 47.4%
Robert A. Hoffman (S) 2.5%
New York 42 James M. Mead Democratic 1918 Re-elected James M. Mead (D) 62.0%
Henry Adsit Bull (R) 36.4%
Marklet H. Harding (S) 1.7%
New York 43 Daniel A. Reed Republican 1918 Re-elected Daniel A. Reed (R) 60.0%
Gerald A. Herrick (D) 37.1%
John C. Cooper (S) 2.9%
New York at-large None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain
Elmer E. Studley (D) 27.2%
John Fitzgibbons (D) 26.9%
Nicholas Howard Pinto (R) 20.2%
Sherman J. Lowell (R) 20.0%
G. August Gerber (S) 1.9%
Fred Sander (S) 1.9%
Elizabeth Smart (Law) 0.9%
J. Elmer Cates (Law) 0.8%
Jacob Berlin (Soc-Lab) 0.1%
O. Martin Olson (Soc-Lab) 0.1%
New York at-large None (district created) New seat
Democratic gain

North Carolina

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
North Carolina 1 Lindsay C. Warren Democratic 1924 Re-elected Lindsay C. Warren (D) 90.8%
John B. Respess (R) 9.2%
North Carolina 2 John H. Kerr Democratic 1923 Re-elected John H. Kerr (D) 96.0%
B. B. Howell (R) 4.0%
North Carolina 3 Charles L. Abernethy Democratic 1922 Re-elected Charles L. Abernethy (D) 73.2%
H. B. Ivey (R) 26.8%
North Carolina 4 Edward W. Pou Democratic 1900 Re-elected Edward W. Pou (D) 76.0%
L. P. Dixon (R) 24.0%
North Carolina 5 Franklin Wills Hancock, Jr. Democratic 1930 Re-elected Franklin Wills Hancock, Jr. (D) 70.2%
L. L. Wall (R) 29.8%
North Carolina 6 None (District created)
Democratic gain
William B. Umstead (D) 67.8%
William I. Ward (R) 32.2%
North Carolina 7 J. Bayard Clark Democratic 1928 Re-elected
Redistricted from 6th
J. Bayard Clark (D) 80.4%
J. M. Byrd (R) 19.6%
North Carolina 8 Walter Lambeth Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Redistricted from 7th
Walter Lambeth (D) 65.4%
A. H. Ragan (R) 34.6%
North Carolina 9 Robert L. Doughton Democratic 1910 Re-elected
Redistricted from 8th
Robert L. Doughton (D) 63.5%
P. P. Dulin (R) 36.5%
North Carolina 10 Alfred L. Bulwinkle Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Redistricted from 9th
Alfred L. Bulwinkle (D) 59.7%
Charles A. Jonas (R) 40.3%
North Carolina 11 Zebulon Weaver Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Redistricted from 10th
Zebulon Weaver (D) 62.3%
Crawford F. James (R) 37.7%

North Dakota

North Dakota was reapportioned from 3 seats to 2, and elected them at large.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
North Dakota at-large James H. Sinclair
(Redistricted from the 3rd district)
Republican 1918 Incumbent re-elected at-large
Republican hold
James H. Sinclair (R) 33.9%
William Lemke (R) 31.8%

W. D. Lynch (D) 17.1%
R. B. Murphy (D) 16.9%
Pat J. Barrett (I) 0.2%
Ella Reeve Bloor (I) 0.2%
North Dakota at-large Olger B. Burtness
(Redistricted from the 1st district)
Republican 1920 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Thomas Hall
(Redistricted from the 2nd district)
Republican 1922 Lost renomination
Republican hold


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Ohio 1 John B. Hollister Republican 1931 Re-elected John B. Hollister (R) 54.4%
Edward H. Brink (D) 45.6%
Ohio 2 William E. Hess Republican 1928 Re-elected William E. Hess (R) 50.7%
Edward F. Alexander (D) 49.3%
Ohio 3 Byron B. Harlan Democratic 1930 Re-elected Byron B. Harlan (D) 54.8%
Edith McClure Patterson (R) 42.6%
Jere F. Mincher (S) 2.7%
Ohio 4 John L. Cable Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Frank L. Kloeb (D) 54.6%
John L. Cable (R) 45.4%
Ohio 5 Frank C. Kniffin Democratic 1930 Re-elected Frank C. Kniffin (D) 60.0%
William L. Manahan (R) 40.0%
Ohio 6 James G. Polk Democratic 1930 Re-elected James G. Polk (D) 56.2%
Mack Sauer (R) 43.8%
Ohio 7 Charles Brand Republican 1922 Retired
Republican hold
Leroy T. Marshall (R) 53.0%
Aaron J. Halloran (D) 47.0%
Ohio 8 Grant E. Mouser Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Thomas B. Fletcher (D) 52.7%
Grant E. Mouser (R) 47.3%
Ohio 9 Wilbur M. White Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Warren J. Duffey (D) 47.7%
Wilbur M. White (R) 45.4%
Silas E. Hurin (I) 3.5%
Clyde E. Kiker (I) 1.8%
Karl Pauli (S) 1.1%
Eugene Stoll (C) 0.5%
Ohio 10 Thomas A. Jenkins Republican 1924 Re-elected Thomas A. Jenkins (R) 58.9%
Charles M. Hogan (D) 41.1%
Ohio 11 Mell G. Underwood Democratic 1922 Re-elected Mell G. Underwood (D) 63.0%
David J. Lewis (R) 37.0%
Ohio 12 Arthur P. Lamneck Democratic 1930 Re-elected Arthur P. Lamneck (D) 50.2%
John C. Speaks (R) 49.8%
Ohio 13 William L. Fiesinger Democratic 1930 Re-elected William L. Fiesinger (D) 58.9%
Walter E. Kruger (R) 41.1%
Ohio 14 Francis Seiberling Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Dow W. Harter (D) 53.9%
Francis Seiberling (R) 45.7%
I. B. Hinman (C) 0.4%
Ohio 15 C. Ellis Moore Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Robert T. Secrest (D) 56.6%
C. Ellis Moore (R) 42.9%
Joseph H. Ewing (I) 0.5%
Ohio 16 Charles B. McClintock Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
William R. Thom (D) 51.5%
Charles B. McClintock (R) 48.5%
Ohio 17 Charles West Democratic 1930 Re-elected Charles West (D) 51.7%
William M. Morgan (R) 48.3%
Ohio 18 B. Frank Murphy Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Lawrence E. Imhoff (D) 50.2%
B. Frank Murphy (R) 49.8%
Ohio 19 John G. Cooper Republican 1914 Re-elected John G. Cooper (R) 53.3%
D. F. Dunlavy (D) 46.5%
John S. Ruth (I) 0.1%
Harold G. Bickler (I) 0.03%
Ohio 20 Martin L. Sweeney Democratic 1931 Re-elected Martin L. Sweeney (D) 98.8%
John Fromholz (C) 1.2%
Ohio 21 Robert Crosser Democratic 1922 Re-elected Robert Crosser (D) 65.2%
Gerald Pilliod (R) 33.7%
Joseph Schiffer (C) 0.9%
Eugene F. Cheeks (I) 0.3%
Ohio 22 Chester C. Bolton Republican 1928 Re-elected Chester C. Bolton (R) 58.7%
Florence E. Allen (D) 40.9%
G. Racheff (C) 0.3%
Joe T. Thomas (I) 0.2%
Ohio At-large None (District created)
Democratic gain
Charles V. Truax (D) 25.8%
Stephen M. Young (D) 25.7%
George H. Bender (R) 23.7%
L. T. Palmer (R) 23.6%
Edward R. Stafford (Proh) 0.5%
Alfred H. Stratton (Proh) 0.4%
John Rehms (C) 0.2%
William Hughey (C) 0.1%
Ohio At-large None (District created)
Democratic gain


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Oklahoma 1 Wesley E. Disney Democratic 1930 Re-elected Wesley E. Disney (D) 63.3%
Frank Frantz (R) 36.3%
A. F. Sweeney (I) 0.5%
Oklahoma 2 William W. Hastings Democratic 1922 Re-elected William W. Hastings (D) 70.5%
William F. Head (R) 29.5%
Oklahoma 3 Wilburn Cartwright Democratic 1926 Re-elected Wilburn Cartwright (D) 85.2%
Walter Colbert (R) 14.8%
Oklahoma 4 Tom D. McKeown Democratic 1922 Re-elected Tom D. McKeown (D) 75.5%
E. W. Kemp (R) 24.5%
Oklahoma 5 Fletcher B. Swank Democratic 1930 Re-elected Fletcher B. Swank (D) 64.2%
Paul Huston (R) 35.8%
Oklahoma 6 Jed Johnson Democratic 1926 Re-elected Jed Johnson (D) 79.3%
George E. Young (R) 20.7%
Oklahoma 7 James V. McClintic Democratic 1914 Re-elected James V. McClintic (D) 77.9%
W. G. Roe (R) 15.6%
T. H. McLemore (I) 6.5%
Oklahoma 8 Milton C. Garber Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Ernest W. Marland (D) 61.3%
Milton C. Garber (R) 37.8%
W. E. Knapp (I) 0.8%
Alfred Reynolds (I) 0.2%
Oklahoma At-large None (District created)
Democratic gain
Will Rogers (D) 72.8%
R. A. Howard (R) 26.7%
George E. Taylor (I) 0.3%
R. J. Shive (I) 0.2%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Oregon 1 Willis C. Hawley Republican 1906 Lost renomination
Republican hold
James W. Mott (R) 51.2%
Harvey G. Starkweather (D) 37.3%
W. J. Butler (I) 7.7%
Lee Giddings (S) 2.6%
Upton A. Upton (Soc-Lab) 1.1%
Oregon 2 Robert R. Butler Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Walter M. Pierce (D) 48.2%
Robert R. Butler (R) 40.1%
Hugh E. Brady (I) 8.2%
O. D. Teel (S) 2.0%
Paul F. Schnur (Soc-Lab) 1.5%
Oregon 3 Charles H. Martin Democratic 1930 Re-elected Charles H. Martin (D) 59.0%
Homer D. Angell (R) 32.2%
Albert Streiff (S) 4.0%
H. H. Stallard (I) 2.9%
Carl V. Soderback (Soc-Lab) 1.0%
Richard L. Lovelace (C) 0.9%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Pennsylvania 1 Harry C. Ransley
Redistricted from 3rd
Republican 1920 Re-elected Harry C. Ransley (R) 91.5%
Harry T. Glenn (Fair Play) 6.9%
G. Kutikoff (S) 1.1%
C. Litta (C) 0.5%
Pennsylvania 2 James M. Beck
Redistricted from 1st
Republican 1927 Re-elected James M. Beck (R) 59.2%
John J. Shanahan (D) 38.7%
Andrew J. Biemiller (S) 1.6%
David Davis (C) 0.5%
Pennsylvania 3 Robert Lee Davis
Redistricted from 6th
Republican 1932 Retired
Republican hold
Alfred M. Waldron (R) 57.4%
Frank M. O'Brien (D) 40.6%
Joseph Kazmark (S) 1.6%
Thomas Nabried (C) 0.3%
Pennsylvania 4 Benjamin M. Golder Republican 1924 Lost renomination
Republican hold
George W. Edmonds (R) 52.9%
William J. O'Rourke (D) 44.4%
Joseph Schwartz (S) 2.1%
Morris H. Powers (C) 0.6%
Pennsylvania 5 James J. Connolly Republican 1920 Re-elected James J. Connolly (R) 55.4%
Carroll J. Agnew (D) 40.5%
Franz E. Daniel (S) 3.8%
Ernest Kornfeld (C) 0.3%
Pennsylvania 6 Edward L. Stokes
Redistricted from 2nd
Republican 1931 Re-elected Edward L. Stokes (R) 51.0%
Harry V. Dougherty (D) 46.0%
M. H. Goldstein (S) 2.3%
Charles C. Hopkins (Proh) 0.8%
Pennsylvania 7 George P. Darrow Republican 1914 Re-elected George P. Darrow (R) 62.2%
James C. Crumlish (D) 35.2%
David H. H. Felix (S) 2.6%
Thomas F. Lester (Lib) 0.06%
Pennsylvania 8 James Wolfenden Republican 1928 Re-elected James Wolfenden (R) 65.8%
Matthew Randall (D) 30.1%
Jesse Holmes (S) 2.7%
C. Wilfred Conard (Proh) 1.4%
Pennsylvania 9 Henry Winfield Watson Republican 1914 Re-elected Henry Winfield Watson (R) 50.3%
Norton L. Lichtenwalner (D) 46.3%
Walter L. Huhn (S) 3.5%
Pennsylvania 10 J. Roland Kinzer Republican 1930 Re-elected J. Roland Kinzer (R) 61.5%
Richard P. McGrann (D) 36.2%
Frank Scott, Jr. (S) 2.3%
Pennsylvania 11 Patrick J. Boland Democratic 1930 Re-elected Patrick J. Boland (D) 95.9%
George Hart (Proh) 4.1%
Pennsylvania 12 Charles Murray Turpin Republican 1929 Re-elected Charles Murray Turpin (R) 50.8%
John J. Casey (D) 49.2%
Pennsylvania 13 George F. Brumm Republican 1928 Re-elected George F. Brumm (R) 90.9%
Frederick W. Magrady (Proh) 4.7%
Anthony Malinowski (S) 4.1%
Peter Schwartz (C) 0.3%
Pennsylvania 14 Norton L. Lichtenwalner Democratic 1930 Redistricted to 9th
Democratic hold
William Emanuel Richardson (D) 41.0%
Thomas L. Rhoads (R) 31.9%
Raymond S. Hofses (S) 26.9%
George W. Brownback (I) 0.1%
Florence Cassel (Lib) 0.001%
Pennsylvania 15 Louis T. McFadden Republican 1914 Re-elected Louis T. McFadden (R) 96.0%
Henry L. Springer (S) 4.0%
Pennsylvania 16 Robert F. Rich Republican 1930 Re-elected Robert F. Rich (R) 63.6%
Paul A. Rothfuss (D) 34.1%
W. A. Hall (S) 2.4%
Pennsylvania 17 Frederick W. Magrady Republican 1924 Lost renomination
Republican hold
J. William Ditter (R) 59.9%
Philip Childs Pendleton (D) 32.8%
Mary Winsor (S) 2.9%
S. Earle Hoover (Proh) 2.4%
Francis R. Taylor (Proh) 2.0%
Pennsylvania 18 Edward M. Beers Republican 1922 Died in office
Republican hold
Benjamin K. Focht (R) 48.3%
Harry Rippman (D) 32.3%
Omer B. Poulson (Citizens) 19.4%
Pennsylvania 19 Isaac Hoffer Doutrich Republican 1926 Re-elected Isaac Hoffer Doutrich (R) 58.1%
Carl K. Deen (D) 37.1%
Samuel Young (S) 2.5%
B. E. P. Prugh (Proh) 2.3%
Pennsylvania 20 Thomas Cunningham Cochran
Redistricted from 28th
Republican 1926 Re-elected Thomas Cunningham Cochran (R) 53.6%
D. J. Driscoll (D) 46.4%
Pennsylvania 21 William R. Coyle
Redistricted from 30th
Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Francis E. Walter (D) 52.7%
William R. Coyle (R) 45.1%
Simon R. Hartzell (S) 2.2%
Pennsylvania 22 Harry L. Haines Democratic 1930 Re-elected Harry L. Haines (D) 58.3%
Leighton C. Taylor (R) 40.3%
Percy K. Coover (S) 1.4%
Pennsylvania 23 J. Banks Kurtz
Redistricted from 21st
Republican 1922 Re-elected J. Banks Kurtz (R) 49.2%
Frederick B. Kerr (D) 47.2%
Charles D. Rockel (S) 3.6%
James Mitchell Chase Republican 1926 Lost renomination
Pennsylvania 24 Samuel Austin Kendall Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
J. Buell Snyder (D) 53.4%
Samuel Austin Kendall (R) 44.7%
David Rinne (S) 1.8%
Pennsylvania 25 Henry Wilson Temple Republican 1912 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Charles I. Faddis (D) 56.1%
Henry Wilson Temple (R) 41.7%
Frank A. Silvis (S) 2.2%
Pennsylvania 26 J. Howard Swick Republican 1926 Re-elected J. Howard Swick (R) 54.0%
Sam B. Wilson (D) 46.0%
Pennsylvania 27 Nathan Leroy Strong Republican 1916 Re-elected Nathan Leroy Strong (R) 50.7%
D. A. Dorn (D) 41.0%
Robert McEldowney (Lib) 4.6%
William C. Widdowson (S) 2.5%
Donald J. Perry (Jobless) 0.8%
Alexander S. Ryesky (C) 0.4%
Howard W. Stull
Redistricted from 20th
Republican 1932 Lost renomination
Pennsylvania 28 Adam M. Wyant
Redistricted from 31st
Republican 1920 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
William M. Berlin (D) 55.2%
Adam M. Wyant (R) 40.8%
A. W. Zornick (S) 4.0%
Pennsylvania 29 Milton W. Shreve Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Charles N. Crosby (D) 50.1%
Milton W. Shreve (R) 46.6%
F. Lindy (S) 3.1%
Leo Mittelmeier (C) 0.2%
Pennsylvania 30 Edmund Frederick Erk
Redistricted from 32nd
Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
J. Twing Brooks (D) 47.2%
Edmund Frederick Erk (R) 47.0%
Sarah Z. Limbach (S) 3.4%
Robert Hervey (Proh) 1.6%
Edwin A. Glenn (Peoples) 0.8%
Pennsylvania 31 Melville Clyde Kelly
Redistricted from 33rd
Republican 1916 Re-elected Melville Clyde Kelly (R) 85.5%
Leo O. Guthrie (RepealVolstead) 7.5%
William B. Kane (S) 7.0%
Pennsylvania 32 Patrick J. Sullivan
Redistricted from 34th
Republican 1928 Lost renomination
Republican hold
Michael J. Muldowney (R) 53.3%
Anne E. Felix (D) 40.9%
Max Lutsky (S) 2.2%
John W. Grubbs (Proh) 1.8%
Patrick J. Sullivan (I) 1.5%
Max Jenkins (C) 0.4%
Pennsylvania 33 Harry A. Estep
Redistricted from 35th
Republican 1926 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Henry Ellenbogen (D) 52.0%
Harry A. Estep (R) 43.9%
Samuel Oshry (S) 2.4%
George Harger (Proh) 1.5%
Carl Price (C) 0.2%
Pennsylvania 34 Guy E. Campbell
Redistricted from 36th
Republican 1916 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Matthew A. Dunn (D) 49.9%
Guy E. Campbell (R) 44.3%
Mary B. Lehner (S) 3.9%
Thomas M. Heard (Proh) 1.9%

Rhode Island

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Rhode Island 1 Clark Burdick Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Republican loss
Francis Condon (D) 55.6%
Clark Burdick (R) 44.2%
Sara M. Algeo (Ind Dry) 0.2%
Francis Condon
Redistricted from 3rd
Democratic 1930 Re-elected
Rhode Island 2 Richard S. Aldrich Republican 1922 Retired
Democratic gain
John M. O'Connell (D) 54.8%
Thomas P. Hazard (R) 45.0%
Alfred W. Pett (Proh) 0.2%

South Carolina

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
South Carolina 1 Thomas S. McMillan Democratic 1924 Re-elected Thomas S. McMillan (D) 95.9%
D. C. Sharpe (R) 4.1%
South Carolina 2 Hampton P. Fulmer
Redistricted from 7th
Democratic 1920 Re-elected Hampton P. Fulmer (D) 97.9%
D. A. Gardner (R) 2.1%
South Carolina 3 Frederick H. Dominick Democratic 1916 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
John C. Taylor (D) 99.2%
T. Frank McCord (R) 0.8%
South Carolina 4 John J. McSwain Democratic 1920 Re-elected John J. McSwain (D) 98.4%
Otho Williams (R) 1.6%
South Carolina 5 William Francis Stevenson Democratic 1917 Lost renomination
Democratic hold
James P. Richards (D) 98.5%
G. M. Williams (R) 1.5%
South Carolina 6 Allard H. Gasque Democratic 1922 Re-elected Allard H. Gasque (D) 98.6%
C. B. Ruffin (R) 1.4%

South Dakota

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
South Dakota 1 Charles A. Christopherson Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Fred H. Hildebrandt (D) 53.1%
Charles A. Christopherson (R) 44.4%
Paul L. Werth (Liberty) 1.6%
Lydia B. Johnson (I) 0.7%
Roy Miller (I) 0.1%
South Dakota 2 William Williamson
Redistricted from 2nd
Republican 1920 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Theodore B. Werner (D) 55.7%
William Williamson (R) 43.9%
Arne Jaskela (I) 0.4%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Tennessee 1 Oscar B. Lovette Republican 1930 Lost renomination
Defeated as Independent
Republican hold
B. Carroll Reece (R) 45.8%
Oscar B. Lovette (I) 42.1%
Albert C. Tipton (D) 12.0%
Jess Smith (I) 0.1%
A. Isenberg (I) 0.03%
Tennessee 2 J. Will Taylor Republican 1918 Re-elected J. Will Taylor (R) 57.7%
H. S. Burnett (D) 40.5%
T. J. Rowland (I) 1.4%
Jeff Johnson (I) 0.4%
Tennessee 3 Sam D. McReynolds Democratic 1922 Re-elected Sam D. McReynolds (D) 91.6%
William N. Levan (R) 4.0%
Fred Starr (I) 3.3%
T. J. Rowland (I) 1.0%
Tennessee 4 John Ridley Mitchell Democratic 1930 Re-elected John Ridley Mitchell (D) 82.6%
W. H. Crowell (R) 15.9%
J. K. Stockton (I) 1.5%
Tennessee 5 Joseph W. Byrns, Sr.
Redistricted from 6th
Democratic 1908 Re-elected Joseph W. Byrns, Sr. (D) 87.6%
J. Y. Freeman (R) 10.5%
Howard Kester (I) 1.9%
Tennessee 6 Willa McCord Blake Eslick
Redistricted from 7th
Democratic 1932 Retired
Democratic hold
Clarence W. Turner (D) 79.0%
G. C. Stephenson (D) 19.6%
D. J. Bevis (I) 1.3%
Tennessee 7 Gordon Browning
Redistricted from 8th
Democratic 1922 Re-elected Gordon Browning (D) 77.8%
Willoughby Stewart (R) 21.0%
E. R. Dubose (I) 1.2%
Tennessee 8 Jere Cooper
Redistricted from 9th
Democratic 1928 Re-elected Jere Cooper (D) 88.2%
Mary Burnett (R) 10.2%
B. S. Duggan (I) 1.6%
Tennessee 9 E. H. CrumpRedistricted from 10th Democratic 1930 Re-elected E. H. Crump (D) 90.1%
S. A. Godsey (R) 7.0%
Ollie L. Overton (I) 1.5%
Robert H. Gowling (I) 1.1%
Theodore W. Lorwell (I) 0.4%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Texas 1 Wright Patman Democratic 1928 Re-elected Wright Patman (D) 97.5%
A. O. Barker (R) 2.5%
Texas 2 Martin Dies, Jr. Democratic 1930 Re-elected Martin Dies, Jr. (D) 95.4%
J. H. Buchanan (R) 4.6%
John W. Conner (Liberty) 0.006%
Texas 3 Morgan G. Sanders Democratic 1920 Re-elected Morgan G. Sanders (D) Unopposed
Texas 4 Sam Rayburn Democratic 1912 Re-elected Sam Rayburn (D) 95.2%
Floyd Harry (R) 4.8%
Texas 5 Hatton W. Sumners Democratic 1914 Re-elected Hatton W. Sumners (D) 92.1%
George J. McManus (R) 7.9%
Texas 6 Luther A. Johnson Democratic 1922 Re-elected Luther A. Johnson (D) Unopposed
Texas 7 Clay Stone Briggs Democratic 1918 Re-elected Clay Stone Briggs (D) 95.4%
Arthur J. Long (R) 4.6%
Texas 8 Daniel E. Garrett Democratic 1920 Re-elected Daniel E. Garrett (D) 92.0%
William E. Lang (R) 8.0%
J. W. McDonald (Liberty) 0.008%
Texas 9 Joseph J. Mansfield Democratic 1916 Re-elected Joseph J. Mansfield (D) 96.7%
Lewis Allen (R) 3.3%
Texas 10 James P. Buchanan Democratic 1912 Re-elected James P. Buchanan (D) Unopposed
Texas 11 Oliver H. Cross Democratic 1928 Re-elected Oliver H. Cross (D) 96.8%
C. C. Baker (R) 3.2%
Texas 12 Fritz G. Lanham Democratic 1919 Re-elected Fritz G. Lanham (D) 93.3%
George Calvert (R) 6.7%
Texas 13 Guinn Williams Democratic 1922 Retired
Democratic hold
William D. McFarlane (D) Unopposed
Texas 14 Richard M. Kleberg Democratic 1931 Re-elected Richard M. Kleberg (D) 91.5%
Frank B. Vaughan (R) 8.5%
Texas 15 John Nance Garner Democratic 1902 Re-elected John Nance Garner (D) 85.8%
Carlos G. Watson (R) 14.2%
Texas 16 R. Ewing Thomason Democratic 1930 Re-elected R. Ewing Thomason (D) Unopposed
Texas 17 Thomas L. Blanton Democratic 1930 Re-elected Thomas L. Blanton (D) Unopposed
Texas 18 John Marvin Jones Democratic 1916 Re-elected John Marvin Jones (D) 96.0%
S. E. Fish (R) 4.0%
Texas At-large None (District created) Democratic gain George B. Terrell (D) 30.9%
Sterling P. Strong (D) 30.9%
Joseph W. Bailey, Jr. (D) 30.8%
Enoch G. Fletcher (R) 2.5%
F. A. Blankenbeckler (R) 2.4%
J. A. Simpson (R) 2.3%
H. M. Shelton (S) 0.10%
P. L. Peterson (S) 0.10%
Ben O. Miller (S) 0.09%
P. A. Spain (Liberty) 0.007%
H. G. Eastridge (Liberty) 0.007%
John L. Andrews (Jacksonian) 0.003%
Texas At-large None (District created) Democratic gain
Texas At-large None (District created) Democratic gain


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Utah 1 Don B. Colton Republican 1920 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Abe Murdock (D) 50.7%
Don B. Colton (R) 47.6%
?? (S) 1.6%
?? (C) 0.1%
Utah 2 Frederick C. Loofbourow Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
J. W. Robinson (D) 56.0%
Frederick C. Loofbourow (R) 42.1%
?? (S) 1.1%
?? (C) 0.7%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Vermont At-large John E. Weeks
Redistricted from the 1st district
Republican 1930 Retired
Republican hold
Ernest Willard Gibson (R) 64.4%
Joseph A. McNamara (D) 35.6%
Ernest Willard Gibson
Redistricted from the 2nd district
Republican 1923 Re-elected


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Virginia At-large S. Otis Bland
Redistricted from 1st
Democratic 1918 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Clifton A. Woodrum (D) 8.3%
Andrew Jackson Montague (D) 8.3%
S. Otis Bland (D) 8.2%
Thomas G. Burch (D) 8.2%
Absalom Willis Robertson (D) 8.2%
Howard W. Smith (D) 8.2%
Patrick H. Drewry (D) 8.2%
Colgate Darden (D) 8.2%
John W. Flannagan, Jr. (D) 8.1%
Menalcus Lankford (R) 3.7%
Jacob A. Garber (R) 3.4%
Fred W. McWane (R) 3.3%
Roland E. Chase (R) 3.3%
George Cole Scott (R) 3.3%
Henry A. Wise (R) 3.2%
W. M. Brown (I) 1.8%
Charles C. Berkeley (I) 1.7%
R. Lindsay Gordon, Jr. (I) 0.7%
A. J. Dunning, Jr. (Proh) 0.7%
Albon James Royal (S) 0.2%
Winston F. Dawson (S) 0.2%
Herman R. Ansell (S) 0.2%
David G. George (S) 0.2%
Angie M. Norris (S) 0.2%
J. E. Spaulding (R) 0.1%
Others 0.04%
Frank Lyon (I) 0.008%
Menalcus Lankford
Redistricted from 2nd
Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Republican loss
Virginia At-large Andrew Jackson Montague
Redistricted from 3rd
Democratic 1912 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large Patrick H. Drewry
Redistricted from 4th
Democratic 1920 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large Thomas G. Burch
Redistricted from 5th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large Clifton A. Woodrum
Redistricted from 6th
Democratic 1922 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large John W. Fishburne
Redistricted from 7th
Democratic 1930 Retired
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large Howard W. Smith
Redistricted from 8th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large John W. Flannagan, Jr.
Redistricted from 9th
Democratic 1930 Re-elected at large
Democratic hold
Virginia At-large Joel West Flood
Redistricted from 10th
Democratic 1918 Retired
Democratic hold


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Washington 1 Ralph A. Horr Republican 1930 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
Marion Zioncheck (D) 55.6%
John Franklin Miller (R) 42.9%
E. E. Barnes (Liberty) 1.5%
Washington 2 Lindley H. Hadley Republican 1914 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Monrad C. Wallgren (D) 56.1%
Lindley H. Hadley (R) 35.2%
Floyd Hatfield (Liberty) 7.6%
W. E. Elbe (C) 1.0%
Washington 3 Albert Johnson Republican 1912 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Martin F. Smith (D) 46.9%
Albert Johnson (R) 34.4%
J. T. Sullivan (Liberty) 18.7%
Washington 4 John W. Summers Republican 1918 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Knute Hill (D) 56.3%
John W. Summers (R) 43.7%
Washington 5 Samuel B. Hill Democratic 1923 Re-elected Samuel B. Hill (D) 96.8%
Leo Welsh (S) 3.2%
Washington 6 None (District created)
Democratic gain
Wesley Lloyd (D) 50.1%
John T. McCutcheon (R) 36.8%
Tom Martin (Liberty) 13.0%
August Toellner (I) 0.1%

West Virginia

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
West Virginia 1 Carl G. Bachmann Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Robert L. Ramsay (D) 50.9%
Carl G. Bachmann (R) 48.3%
Henry L. Franklin (I) 0.8%
West Virginia 2 Frank L. Bowman Republican 1924 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Jennings Randolph (D) 53.4%
Frank L. Bowman (R) 46.2%
Jesse T. Brillhart (I) 0.4%
Emilio Garbarino (I) 0.02%
West Virginia 3 Lynn Hornor Democratic 1930 Re-elected Lynn Hornor (D) 53.6%
John M. Wolverton (R) 46.4%
West Virginia 4 Robert Lynn Hogg Republican 1930 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
George William Johnson (D) 52.3%
Robert Lynn Hogg (R) 47.4%
J. S. Jeffrey (I) 0.2%
West Virginia 5 Hugh Ike Shott Republican 1928 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
John Kee (D) 52.1%
Hugh Ike Shott (R) 47.9%
West Virginia 6 Joe L. Smith Democratic 1928 Re-elected Joe L. Smith (D) 56.4%
James O. Lakin (R) 43.6%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Wisconsin 1 Thomas Ryum Amlie Republican 1931 Lost renomination
Republican hold
George Washington Blanchard (R) 48.5%
William D. Thompson (D) 45.8%
Otis J. Bouma (S) 4.9%
Henry H. Tubbs (Proh) 0.4%
John Sekat (Ind Com) 0.4%
Wisconsin 2 Charles A. Kading Republican 1926 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
Charles W. Henney (D) 56.2%
John B. Gay (R) 42.0%
Charles D. Madsen (S) 1.5%
Georgenia J. Koppke (Proh) 0.3%
John M. Nelson
Redistricted from 3rd
Republican 1920 Lost renomination
Republican loss
Wisconsin 3 Gardner R. Withrow
Redistricted from 7th
Republican 1920 Re-elected Gardner R. Withrow (R) 60.6%
John J. Boyle (D) 39.4%
Wisconsin 4 John C. Schafer Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Raymond Joseph Cannon (D) 51.0%
John C. Schafer (R) 28.1%
Walter Polakowski (S) 20.4%
Carl Lester (I) 0.6%
Wisconsin 5 William H. Stafford Republican 1928 Lost renomination
Democratic gain
Thomas O'Malley (D) 43.8%
Joseph A. Padway (R) 24.9%
Herman O. Kent (S) 23.3%
Kavanaugh C. Downey (I) 5.0%
Emil B. Gennrich (Ind Rep) 2.8%
Emil Gardos (I) 0.3%
Wisconsin 6 Michael Reilly Democratic 1930 Re-elected Michael Reilly (D) 59.1%
Louis J. Fellens (R) 38.7%
Franklin Pfeiffer (S) 2.2%
Wisconsin 7 Gerald J. Boileau
Redistricted from 8th
Republican 1930 Re-elected Gerald J. Boileau (R) 51.3%
Frank D. Chapman (D) 48.7%
Wisconsin 8 George J. Schneider
Redistricted from 9th
Republican 1922 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
James Hughes (D) 50.7%
George J. Schneider (R) 49.3%
Wisconsin 9 James A. Frear
Redistricted from 10th
Republican 1912 Re-elected James A. Frear (R) 56.9%
Miles H. McNally (D) 43.1%
Wisconsin 10 Hubert H. Peavey
Redistricted from 11th
Republican 1922 Re-elected Hubert H. Peavey (R) 59.2%
Peter B. Cadigan (D) 39.8%
Arvid Salonen (Ind Com) 1.1%


District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
Wyoming At-large Vincent Carter Republican 1928 Re-elected Vincent Carter (R) 49.7%
Paul R. Greever (D) 47.7%
W. W. Wolfe (S) 1.6%
J. Ross Carpenter (American) 0.8%
George Morphis (C) 0.2%

See also


  1. ^ September 12, 1932, in Maine
  2. ^ a b "Election Statistics". Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives. Retrieved 14 November 2010.
  3. ^ "Elections in Hard Times -- EDITORIAL". New York Times. November 13, 1932. Retrieved April 6, 2014.
  4. ^ Arthur Krock (November 9, 1932). "Sweep is National". New York Times. Retrieved April 6, 2014.
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