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Final tally: How impeachment Republicans fared in the midterm elections


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The Washington Examiner

Virginia Aabram, Congressional Reporter

November 22, 2022

Rep. David Valadao's (R-CA) reelection win in California's 22nd District, called Monday night by the Associated Press, finalized the tally of House Republicans who survived the 2022 election cycle despite voting to impeach Donald Trump following the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.

Valadao was one of only two to make it to the 118th Congress. Out of the 10 who voted to impeach, four decided not to run for reelection and four lost in the primaries to Trump-backed candidates. In two of the districts where the pro-impeachment Republicans were ousted, Democrats managed to flip the seats, demonstrating that Trump continues to galvanize the party to vote against him.

Here's how the "Impeachment 10" fared in the midterm elections:

Returning to Congress: Valadao and Dan Newhouse (R-WA)


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