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This page will be a running count of '''incumbent members of the [[112th U.S. Congress]] who will not be running for re-election''' in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 Congress elections]].  
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{{UScong2012toc}}This page lists the '''incumbent members of the [[112th U.S. Congress]] who did not run for re-election''' in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 Congress elections]].  
  
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A total of 52 members of the [[112th U.S. Congress]] did not run for re-election, which represented 9.7 percent of the 535 members.
=Current members of Congress=
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==U.S. Senate members retiring==
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==U.S. Senate members==
As of {{#time: l, F j, Y}}, Ballotpedia staff have counted '''{{Category counter|type=U.S. Senate incumbent retired, 2012}} total current U.S. Senate incumbents''' who are not running for re-election in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 elections]].
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A total of 10 U.S. Senate incumbents did not run for re-election. The 10 retiring incumbents represented 30.3% of incumbents who were eligible to run for re-election.
*{{bluedot}} {{Category counter|type=U.S. Senate incumbent retired, 2012|type2=Democratic Party}} Democrats
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*{{bluedot}} 5 Democrats
*{{reddot}} {{Category counter|type=U.S. Senate incumbent retired, 2012|type2=Republican Party}} Republicans
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*{{reddot}} 4 Republicans
*{{greydot}} {{Category counter|type=U.S. Senate incumbent retired, 2012|type2=Third Party}} Independent
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*{{greydot}} 1 Independent
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|[[Ben Nelson]]||{{blue dot}}||Nebraska
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|-
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|[[Daniel Akaka]]||{{blue dot}}||Hawaii
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|-
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|[[Herb Kohl]]||{{blue dot}}||Wisconsin
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|-
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|[[Jeff Bingaman]]||{{blue dot}}||New Mexico
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|-
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|[[Jim Webb]]||{{blue dot}}||Virginia
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|-
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|[[Joe Lieberman]]||{{grey dot}}||Connecticut
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|-
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|[[Jon Kyl]]||{{red dot}}||Arizona
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|-
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|[[Kay Bailey Hutchison]]||{{red dot}}||Texas
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|-
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|[[Kent Conrad]]||{{blue dot}}||North Dakota
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|-
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|[[Olympia Snowe]]||{{red dot}}||Maine
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|}
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==U.S. House members==
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A total of 42 U.S. House incumbents did not run for re-election in 2012. The 42 incumbents who retired represent 9.7% of incumbents who were eligible to run for re-election.  
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*{{bluedot}} 23 Democrats
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*{{reddot}} 20 Republicans
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{| class="wikitable sortable" style="background:none; text-align: center; width:480px;"
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|-
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''Name'''
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''Party'''
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''State'''
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|[[Barney Frank]]||{{blue dot}}||Massachusetts
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|-
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|[[Bob Filner]]||{{blue dot}}||California
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|-
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|[[Bob Turner]]||{{red dot}}||New York
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|-
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|[[Brad Miller]]||{{blue dot}}||North Carolina
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|-
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|[[Charles A. Gonzalez]]||{{blue dot}}||Texas
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|-
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|[[Christopher S. Murphy]]||{{blue dot}}||Connecticut
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|-
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|[[Connie Mack]]||{{red dot}}||Florida
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|[[Dale E. Kildee]]||{{blue dot}}||Michigan
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|-
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|[[Dan Boren]]||{{blue dot}}||Oklahoma
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|[[Dan Burton]]||{{red dot}}||Indiana
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|-
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|[[David Dreier]]||{{red dot}}||California
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|[[Dennis Cardoza]]||{{blue dot}}||California
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|[[Denny Rehberg]]||{{red dot}}||Montana
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|-
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|[[Ed Towns]]||{{blue dot}}||New York
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|[[Elton Gallegly]]||{{red dot}}||California
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|-
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|[[Gary Ackerman]]||{{blue dot}}||New York
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|[[Geoff Davis]]||{{red dot}}||Kentucky
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|[[Heath Shuler]]||{{blue dot}}||North Carolina
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|[[Jay Inslee]]||{{blue dot}}||Washington
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|[[Jeff Flake]]||{{red dot}}||Arizona
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|[[Jerry F. Costello]]||{{blue dot}}||Illinois
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|[[Jerry Lewis]]||{{red dot}}||California
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|[[Joe Donnelly]]||{{blue dot}}||Indiana
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|[[John Olver]]||{{blue dot}}||Massachusetts
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|[[Lynn Woolsey]]||{{blue dot}}||California
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|[[Martin Heinrich]]||{{blue dot}}||New Mexico
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|[[Maurice Hinchey]]||{{blue dot}}||New York
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|[[Mazie K. Hirono]]||{{blue dot}}||Hawaii
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|[[Mike Pence]]||{{red dot}}||Indiana
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|[[Mike Ross]]||{{blue dot}}||Arkansas
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|[[Norm Dicks]]||{{blue dot}}||Washington
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|[[Rick Berg]]||{{red dot}}||North Dakota
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|[[Ron Paul]]||{{red dot}}||Texas
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|[[Shelley Berkley]]||{{blue dot}}||Nevada
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|[[Steve Austria]]||{{red dot}}||Ohio
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|[[Steven C. LaTourette]]||{{red dot}}||Ohio
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|[[Sue Wilkins Myrick]]||{{red dot}}||North Carolina
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|[[Tammy Baldwin]]||{{blue dot}}||Wisconsin
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|[[Timothy V. Johnson]]||{{red dot}}||Illinois
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|[[W. Todd Akin]]||{{red dot}}||Missouri
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|[[Todd Russell Platts]]||{{red dot}}||Pennsylvania
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|[[Tom Cotton]]||{{red dot}}||Arkansas
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|[[Wally Herger]]||{{red dot}}||California
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|}
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==Officials who left office early==
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The following members of the [[112th U.S. Congress]] did not complete their term.
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''Name'''
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''Party'''
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! style="background-color:#444; color: white;" |'''Prior Office'''
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| [[Anthony Weiner]]||{{blue dot}}||New York
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| [[David Wu]]||{{blue dot}}||Oregon
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| [[Donald M. Payne]]||{{blue dot}}||New Jersey
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| [[Gabrielle Giffords]]||{{blue dot}}||Arizona
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| [[Thaddeus McCotter]]||{{red dot}}||Michigan
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==U.S. House members retiring==
 
As of {{#time: l, F j, Y}}, Ballotpedia staff have counted '''{{Category counter|type=U.S. House incumbent retired, 2012}} total current U.S. House incumbents''' who are not running for re-election in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 elections]].
 
*{{bluedot}} {{Category counter|type=U.S. House incumbent retired, 2012|type2=Democratic Party}} Democrats
 
*{{reddot}} {{Category counter|type=U.S. House incumbent retired, 2012|type2=Republican Party}} Republicans
 
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=Official who left office early=
 
The following members of the [[112th U.S. Congress]] resigned prior to the end of their term.
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[U.S. House elections, 2012]]
 
*[[U.S. House elections, 2012]]
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Latest revision as of 10:31, 27 August 2013

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2012 Congress Elections

Election Date
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This page lists the incumbent members of the 112th U.S. Congress who did not run for re-election in the 2012 Congress elections.

A total of 52 members of the 112th U.S. Congress did not run for re-election, which represented 9.7 percent of the 535 members.

U.S. Senate members

A total of 10 U.S. Senate incumbents did not run for re-election. The 10 retiring incumbents represented 30.3% of incumbents who were eligible to run for re-election.

  • Democratic Party 5 Democrats
  • Republican Party 4 Republicans
  • Independent 1 Independent
Name Party State
Ben Nelson Electiondot.png Democratic Nebraska
Daniel Akaka Electiondot.png Democratic Hawaii
Herb Kohl Electiondot.png Democratic Wisconsin
Jeff Bingaman Electiondot.png Democratic New Mexico
Jim Webb Electiondot.png Democratic Virginia
Joe Lieberman Grey.png Nonpartisan Connecticut
Jon Kyl Ends.png Republican Arizona
Kay Bailey Hutchison Ends.png Republican Texas
Kent Conrad Electiondot.png Democratic North Dakota
Olympia Snowe Ends.png Republican Maine

U.S. House members

A total of 42 U.S. House incumbents did not run for re-election in 2012. The 42 incumbents who retired represent 9.7% of incumbents who were eligible to run for re-election.

  • Democratic Party 23 Democrats
  • Republican Party 20 Republicans
Name Party State
Barney Frank Electiondot.png Democratic Massachusetts
Bob Filner Electiondot.png Democratic California
Bob Turner Ends.png Republican New York
Brad Miller Electiondot.png Democratic North Carolina
Charles A. Gonzalez Electiondot.png Democratic Texas
Christopher S. Murphy Electiondot.png Democratic Connecticut
Connie Mack Ends.png Republican Florida
Dale E. Kildee Electiondot.png Democratic Michigan
Dan Boren Electiondot.png Democratic Oklahoma
Dan Burton Ends.png Republican Indiana
David Dreier Ends.png Republican California
Dennis Cardoza Electiondot.png Democratic California
Denny Rehberg Ends.png Republican Montana
Ed Towns Electiondot.png Democratic New York
Elton Gallegly Ends.png Republican California
Gary Ackerman Electiondot.png Democratic New York
Geoff Davis Ends.png Republican Kentucky
Heath Shuler Electiondot.png Democratic North Carolina
Jay Inslee Electiondot.png Democratic Washington
Jeff Flake Ends.png Republican Arizona
Jerry F. Costello Electiondot.png Democratic Illinois
Jerry Lewis Ends.png Republican California
Joe Donnelly Electiondot.png Democratic Indiana
John Olver Electiondot.png Democratic Massachusetts
Lynn Woolsey Electiondot.png Democratic California
Martin Heinrich Electiondot.png Democratic New Mexico
Maurice Hinchey Electiondot.png Democratic New York
Mazie K. Hirono Electiondot.png Democratic Hawaii
Mike Pence Ends.png Republican Indiana
Mike Ross Electiondot.png Democratic Arkansas
Norm Dicks Electiondot.png Democratic Washington
Rick Berg Ends.png Republican North Dakota
Ron Paul Ends.png Republican Texas
Shelley Berkley Electiondot.png Democratic Nevada
Steve Austria Ends.png Republican Ohio
Steven C. LaTourette Ends.png Republican Ohio
Sue Wilkins Myrick Ends.png Republican North Carolina
Tammy Baldwin Electiondot.png Democratic Wisconsin
Timothy V. Johnson Ends.png Republican Illinois
W. Todd Akin Ends.png Republican Missouri
Todd Russell Platts Ends.png Republican Pennsylvania
Tom Cotton Ends.png Republican Arkansas
Wally Herger Ends.png Republican California

Officials who left office early

The following members of the 112th U.S. Congress did not complete their term.

Name Party Prior Office
Anthony Weiner Electiondot.png Democratic New York
David Wu Electiondot.png Democratic Oregon
Donald M. Payne Electiondot.png Democratic New Jersey
Gabrielle Giffords Electiondot.png Democratic Arizona
Thaddeus McCotter Ends.png Republican Michigan

See also