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Government Statistics > Political party strength > Current party strength > US House Delegation (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama Republican 5-2
Alaska Republican 1-0
Arizona split 4-4
Arkansas Democratic 3-1
California Democratic 34-19
Colorado Democratic 4-3
Connecticut Democratic 4-1
Delaware Republican 1-0
Florida Republican 16-9
Georgia Republican 7-6
Hawaii Democratic 2-0
Idaho Republican 2-0
Illinois Democratic 11-8
Indiana Democratic 5-4
Iowa Democratic 3-2
Kansas split 2-2
Kentucky Republican 4-2
Louisiana Republican 4-3
Maine Democratic 2-0
Maryland Democratic 6-2
Massachusetts Democratic 10-0
Michigan Republican 9-6
Minnesota Democratic 5-3
Mississippi Democratic 3-1
Missouri Republican 5-4
Montana Republican 1-0
Nebraska Republican 3-0
Nevada Republican 2-1
New Hampshire Democratic 2-0
New Jersey Democratic 7-6
New Mexico Republican 2-1
New York Democratic 23-6
North Carolina Democratic 7-6
North Dakota Democratic 1-0
Ohio Republican 11-7
Oklahoma Republican 4-1
Oregon Democratic 4-1
Pennsylvania Democratic 11-8
Rhode Island Democratic 2-0
South Carolina Republican 4-2
South Dakota Democratic 1-0
Tennessee Democratic 5-4
Texas Republican 19-13
Utah Republican 2-1
Vermont Democratic 1-0
Virginia Republican 8-3
Washington Democratic 6-3
West Virginia Democratic 2-1
Wisconsin Democratic 5-3
Wyoming Republican 1-0

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