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Eds: This take covers Kentucky through Michigan

Kentucky

1: James Comer, GOP (i)

2: Brett Guthrie, GOP (i)

3: John Yarmuth, Dem (i)

4: Thomas Massie, GOP (i)

5: Harold Rogers, GOP (i)

6: Andy Barr, GOP (i)

Louisiana

1: Steve Scalise, GOP (i)

2: Cedric Richmond, Dem (i)

3: Clay Higgins, GOP (i)

4: Mike Johnson, GOP (i)

6: Garret Graves, GOP (i)

Maine

1: Chellie Pingree, Dem (i)

2: Jared Golden, Dem (i)

Maryland

1: Andy Harris, GOP (i)

2: Dutch Ruppersberger, Dem (i)

3: John Sarbanes, Dem (i)

4: Anthony Brown, Dem (i)

5: Steny Hoyer, Dem (i)

6: David Trone, Dem (i)

7: Kweisi Mfume, Dem (i)

8: Jamie Raskin, Dem (i)

Massachusetts

1: Richard Neal, Dem (i)

2: James McGovern, Dem (i)

3: Lori Trahan, Dem (i)

4: Jake Auchincloss, Dem

5: Katherine Clark, Dem (i)

6: Seth Moulton, Dem (i)

7: Ayanna Pressley, Dem (i)

8: Stephen Lynch, Dem (i)

9: Bill Keating, Dem (i)

Michigan

1: Jack Bergman, GOP (i)

2: Bill Huizenga, GOP (i)

3: Peter Meijer, GOP

4: John Moolenaar, GOP (i)

5: Daniel Kildee, Dem (i)

6: Fred Upton, GOP (i)

7: Tim Walberg, GOP (i)

8: Elissa Slotkin, Dem (i)

9: Andy Levin, Dem (i)

10: Lisa McClain, GOP

11: Haley Stevens, Dem (i)

12: Debbie Dingell, Dem (i)

13: Rashida Tlaib, Dem (i)

14: Brenda Lawrence, Dem (i)

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