List of U.S. Congress incumbents who did not run for re-election in 2014

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2014 Congress Elections

Election Date
November 4, 2014

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Elections Information
Election DatesVoting in Primaries
Voting on November 4, 2014
Poll Opening and Closing Times
This page lists the incumbent members of the 113th U.S. Congress who did not run for re-election in the 2014 Congress elections.

This page was updated as incumbents announced whether or not they would seek re-election in 2014.

U.S. Senate members

  • Democratic Party 5 Democrats
  • Republican Party 2 Republicans

This list includes John Walsh of Montana who was appointed to the Senate in February 2014, but decided against seeking a full-term.

Name:Party:Current office:
Carl LevinElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. Senator, Michigan
Jay RockefellerElectiondot.png Democratic West Virginia
John WalshElectiondot.png Democratic Montana
Mike JohannsEnds.png Republican Nebraska
Saxby ChamblissEnds.png Republican Georgia
Tim JohnsonElectiondot.png Democratic South Dakota
Tom HarkinElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. Senator, Iowa

U.S. House members

Of the 41 House members listed below, 13 left their current positions to run for the Senate in 2014.

  • Democratic Party 16 Democrats
  • Republican Party 25 Republicans
Name:Party:Current office:
Allyson SchwartzElectiondot.png Democratic Pennsylvania, District 13
Bill CassidyEnds.png Republican Louisiana
Bill OwensElectiondot.png Democratic New York, District 21
Bruce BraleyElectiondot.png Democratic Iowa, District 1
Buck McKeonEnds.png Republican California, District 25
Carolyn McCarthyElectiondot.png Democratic New York, District 4
Colleen W. HanabusaElectiondot.png Democratic Hawaii, District 1
Cory GardnerEnds.png Republican Colorado
Dave CampEnds.png Republican Michigan, District 4
Doc HastingsEnds.png Republican Washington, District 4
Ed PastorElectiondot.png Democratic Arizona, District 7
Frank WolfEnds.png Republican Virginia, District 10
Gary MillerEnds.png Republican California, District 31
Gary PetersElectiondot.png Democratic Michigan
George MillerElectiondot.png Democratic California, District 11
Gloria Negrete McLeodElectiondot.png Democratic California, District 35
Henry WaxmanElectiondot.png Democratic California, District 33
Howard CobleEnds.png Republican North Carolina, District 6
Jack KingstonEnds.png Republican Georgia, District 1
James LankfordEnds.png Republican Oklahoma
Jim GerlachEnds.png Republican Pennsylvania, District 6
Jim MathesonElectiondot.png Democratic Utah, District 4
Jim MoranElectiondot.png Democratic Virginia, District 8
John CampbellEnds.png Republican California, District 45
John D. Dingell, Jr.Electiondot.png Democratic Michigan, District 12
Jon RunyanEnds.png Republican New Jersey, District 3
Michele BachmannEnds.png Republican Minnesota, District 6
Mike McIntyreElectiondot.png Democratic North Carolina, District 7
Mike MichaudElectiondot.png Democratic Maine, District 2
Mike RogersEnds.png Republican Michigan, District 8
Paul C. BrounEnds.png Republican Georgia, District 10
Phil GingreyEnds.png Republican Georgia, District 11
Rush D. Holt, Jr.Electiondot.png Democratic New Jersey, District 12
Shelley Moore CapitoEnds.png Republican West Virginia
Spencer BachusEnds.png Republican Alabama, District 6
Steve DainesEnds.png Republican Montana
Steve StockmanEnds.png Republican Texas, District 36
Tim GriffinEnds.png Republican Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas
Tom CottonEnds.png Republican Arkansas
Tom LathamEnds.png Republican Iowa, District 3
Tom PetriEnds.png Republican Wisconsin, District 6

Officials who left office early

The following members of the 113th U.S. Congress did not complete their term.

Ed MarkeyElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. Senate, Massachusetts
Eric CantorEnds.png Republican U.S. House, Virginia, District 7
Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.Electiondot.png Democratic U.S. House, Illinois, District 2
Jim DeMintEnds.png Republican U.S. Senate, South Carolina
Jo Ann EmersonEnds.png Republican U.S. House, Missouri, District 8
Jo BonnerEnds.png Republican U.S. House, Alabama, District 1
John KerryElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. Secretary of State
Max BaucusElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. Ambassador to China
Melvin L. WattElectiondot.png Democratic Director of Federal Housing Finance Agency
Rob AndrewsElectiondot.png Democratic U.S. House, New Jersey, District 1
Rodney AlexanderEnds.png Republican U.S. House, Louisiana, District 5
Tim ScottEnds.png Republican U.S. Senate, South Carolina
Trey RadelEnds.png Republican U.S. House, Florida, District 19

See also