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HOUSE

SENATE

Elected to Other Office

1 House: 1R

Ernie Fletcher (R-Ky.), 51, 3 terms

Running for President

1 House: 1D; 1 Senate: 1D

John Edwards (D-N.C.), 50, 1 term

Running for Senate

11 House: 5D, 6R

Richard Burr (R-N.C.), 48, 5 terms
Brad Carson (D-Okla.), 37, 2 terms
Mac Collins (R-Ga.), 59, 6 terms
Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), 52, 3 terms
Peter Deutsch (D-Fla.), 47, 6 terms
Joe Hoeffel (D-Pa.), 53, 3 terms
Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.), 59, 3 terms
Chris John (D-La.), 44, 4 terms
Denise Majette (D-Ga.), 48, 1 term
George Nethercutt (R-Wash.), 59, 5 terms
David Vitter (R-La.), 43, 3 terms

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Resigning

1 House: 1R

Doug Bereuter (R-Neb.), 64, 13 terms

Resigned

2 House: 2R

Larry Combest (R-Texas), 59, 10 terms
Bill Janklow (R-S.D.), 64, 1 term

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Retiring

15 House: 9R, 6D; 7 Senate: 4D, 3R

Cass Ballenger (R-N.C.), 77, 10 terms
Cal Dooley (D-Calif.), 50, 7 terms
Jennifer Dunn (R-Wash.), 62, 6 terms
Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.), 63, 13 terms
Porter Goss (R-Fla.), 65, 8 terms
Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.), 77, 9 terms
Jerry Kleczka (D-Wis.), 60, 11 terms
Ken Lucas (D-Ky.), 70, 3 terms
Karen McCarthy (D-Mo.), 57, 5 terms
Scott McInnis (R-Colo.), 50, 6 terms
Doug Ose (R-Calif.), 48, 3 terms
Jack Quinn (R-N.Y.), 53, 6 terms Nick Smith (R-Mich.), 69, 6 terms
Billy Tauzin (R-La.), 61, 13 terms
Jim Turner (D-Texas), 57, 4 terms

John Breaux (D-La.), 60, 3 terms
Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-Colo.), 71, 2 terms
Peter Fitzgerald (R-Ill.), 43, 1 term
Bob Graham (D-Fla.), 67, 3 terms
Fritz Hollings (D-S.C.), 82, 7 terms
Zell Miller (D-Ga.), 72, 1 term
Don Nickles (R-Okla.), 55, 4 terms

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Defeated in Primary

2 House: 1R, 1D

Chris Bell (D-Texas), 44, 1 term
Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), 42, 3 terms

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Last updated May 5, 2004.

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