Category:Retired, resigned and defeated members of the 110th Congress

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The following members of the 110th Congress will not return for the 111th Congress.

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Still in Congress

Members of the 110th Congress seeking other office

Members of the 110th Congress seeking other office
There were seven members of Congress seeking other office in the 2008 elections. This list includes two House members who ran successfully for the U.S. Senate, and therefore will be included in the 111th Congress.

  1. Tom Allen (D-Maine) - Unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Susan Collins (R) for her Senate seat.
  2. Rob Andrews (D-N.J.) - Lost a primary race to Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), retained his House seat.
  3. Kenny Hulshof (R-Mo.) - Unsuccessfully sought the governorship of Missouri.
  4. Stevan Pearce (R-N.M.) - Defeated by Tom Udall (D) for the Senate seat vacated by retiring Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.).
  5. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) - Won the Senate seat from Colorado being vacated by Sen. Wayne Allard (R-Colo.).
  6. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) - Won the Senate seat from New Mexico being vacated by Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.).
  7. Heather Wilson (R-N.M.) - Lost a primary race for the Senate seat from New Mexico being vacated by Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.).
Main article: Category:Members of the 110th Congress seeking other office

Members of the 110th Congress who are retiring

Members of the 110th Congress who are retiring
The following members of the 110th Congress have announced they will not seek reelection in 2008, but will serve the remainder of their term. As of May 23, there were three Democrats (all from the House) and 28 Republicans (five from the Senate, 23 from the House).

  1. Wayne Allard (R)
  2. Larry Craig (R)
  3. Bud Cramer (D)
  4. Barbara Cubin (R)
  5. Tom Davis (R)
  6. Pete V. Domenici (R)
  7. John Doolittle (R)
  8. Terry Everett (R)
  9. Mike Ferguson (R)
  10. Chuck Hagel (R)
  11. David Hobson (R)
  12. Darlene Hooley (D)
  13. Duncan L. Hunter (R)
  14. Ray LaHood (R)
  15. Ron Lewis (R)
  16. Jim McCrery (R)
  17. Mike McNulty (D)
  18. John Peterson (R)
  19. Chip Pickering (R)
  20. Deborah Pryce (R)
  21. Jim Ramstad (R)
  22. Ralph Regula (R)
  23. Rick Renzi (R)
  24. Tom Reynolds (R)
  25. Jim Saxton (R)
  26. Tom Tancredo (R)
  27. Vito Fossella (R)
  28. Jim Walsh (R)
  29. John W. Warner (R)
  30. Dave Weldon (R)
  31. Jerry Weller (R)
Main article: Category:Members of the 110th Congress who are retiring

No longer in Congress

Members of the 110th Congress who died in office

Members of the 110th Congress who died in office
The following members of the 110th Congress died while in office.

  1. Julia Carson (D)
  2. Jo Ann Davis (R)
  3. Paul Gillmor (R)
  4. Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D)
  5. Tom Lantos (D)
  6. Juanita Millender McDonald (D)
  7. Charlie Norwood (R)
  8. Craig Thomas (R)
Main article: Category:Members of the 110th Congress who died in office

Members of the 110th Congress who resigned

Members of the 110th Congress who resigned
The following members of the 110th Congress resigned mid-term.

  1. Richard Baker (R)
  2. Dennis Hastert (R)
  3. Bobby Jindal (R)
  4. Trent Lott (R)
  5. Marty Meehan (D)
  6. Roger Wicker (R) (appointed to U.S. Senate)
  7. Joe Biden (D)
  8. Rahm Emanuel (D)
Main article: Category:Members of the 110th Congress who resigned

Members of the 110th Congress who were defeated

Members of the 110th Congress who were defeated
The following members of the 110th Congress were defeated while seeking another term in office, in either primary or general elections. They will remain in office until the end of the 110th Congress.

  1. Rob Andrews* (D)
  2. Chris Cannon (R)
  3. David Davis (R)
  4. Wayne Gilchrest (R)
  5. Heather Wilson* (R)
  6. Albert Wynn** (D)
  7. Ted Stevens (R)
  8. Marilyn Musgrave (R)
  9. Chris Shays (R)
  10. Ric Keller (R)
  11. Tom Feeney (R)
  12. Bill Sali (R)
  13. Nancy Boyda(D)
  14. Don Cazayoux (D)
  15. William Jefferson (D)
  16. Tim Walberg (R)
  17. Joseph Knollenberg (R)
  18. John Sununu (R)
  19. Randy Kuhl (R)
  20. Elizabeth Dole (R)
  21. Robin Hayes (R)
  22. Steve Chabot (R)
  23. Gordon Smith (R)
  24. Nick Lampson (D)
  25. Thelma Drake (R)
  26. Virgil Goode (R)

*Defeated in primary elections for other office.
**Resigned from Congress. ***Defeated in primary for own office

Main article: Category:Members of the 110th Congress who were defeated

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