Ballotpedia's 2012 General Election Preview Articles: Kansas Congressional Seats
By Ballotpedia's Congressional team
|Kansas' Congressional Elections in 2012|
|U.S. Senate Election?||U.S. House seats||Possible competitive races?|
TOPEKA: Kansas: Kansas has four U.S. House seats on the ballot in 2012. Three of the four U.S. House incumbents face at least one challenger in the general election. Tim Huelskamp, the Republican incumbent of the 1st congressional district, is facing no opposition.
All four Congressional seats are currently held by the Republican Party.
In Kansas, most polls are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Central Time as Kansas mandates in its state laws that the polls must be open a minimum of twelve (12) hours. Counties may open the polls earlier and close them later.
Kansas is divided between Central and Mountain time zones.
Here is a complete list of U.S. House candidates appearing on the general election ballot in Kansas:
- Candidates running by District
- Partisan breakdown by district
- Comparison of new and old redistricting maps
|District||General Election Candidates||Incumbent||2012 Winner||Partisan Switch?|
|1st||Tim Huelskamp||Tim Huelskamp||Pending||Pending|
|2nd|| Tobias Schlingensiepen
|3rd|| Kevin Yoder
|4th|| Robert Leon Tillman
|Members of the U.S. House from Kansas -- Partisan Breakdown|
|Party||As of November 2012||After the 2012 Election|
| Congressional Redistricting Map, approved June 2012
For more information, view Redistricting in Kansas.
- 2012 elections review: Kansas voters oust incumbents August 8
- 2012 elections preview: Kansas voters to select winners in congressional, legislative primaries August 6
- Kansas candidates for U.S. Congress, state legislature have until June 11 to file May 31
- Ballotpedia's 2012 General Election Preview Articles: Kansas State Legislature
- United States Congressional election results, 2012
- Ballotpedia:2012 general election preview articles
- United States House of Representatives elections in Kansas, 2012
- Kansas elections, 2012
- National contested primary average during the 2012 U.S. congressional elections