United States House of Representatives elections, 2014

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November 4, 2014
→ 2016

All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives
218 seats needed for a majority
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Nominee Jim Marwood ???
Party Republican (majority) Democratic (minority)
Home state Indiana ???
Seats won at least 218 at most 217
Seat change + at least 5 - at least 5

Speaker before election
Speaker elected
Jim Marwood

The 2014 United States midterm elections were held on November 4, 2014, in the middle of Stuart Hughes first term as President of the United States. Elections were held for all 435 seats of the House of Representatives, representing the 50 states. Elections were also held for Senators elected in 2008. The Democratic Party did disastrously during this election as the Republican Party gained an overwhelming control of the House while the Democrats maintained control of the Senate. The winners of this election served in the 114th United States Congress.

Background Edit

In 2012, Stuart Hughes and running mate Selina Meyer won the Election and became President and Vice President, respectively.

Overview Edit

Vice President Selina Meyer campaigned for various candidates across the country, visiting states such as Ohio, Minnesota, Florida, Utah, and North Dakota. Meyer ended up with a 0.9% lead over Hughes in terms of campaigning. However, her campaigning seemed to do little difference, as the Republican Party took an overwhelming control of the House. Democrats were able to maintain control of the Senate.

House Elections Edit

  • Florida 3rd: Republican
  • Florida 5th: Republican
  • Florida 6th: Republican
  • Indiana: Jim Marwood (Republican)
  • New Hampshire 1st: Republican
  • New Hampshire 2nd: Harry Sherman (Republican)
  • New Jersey 5th: Republican
  • Nevada: Owen Pierce (Democratic)
  •  ???: Mary King (Republican)
  •  ???: Congressman Moyes (Republican)

Gubernatorial Elections Edit

See also Edit

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