I cross-checked the list of Americans Abroad Caucus Members (http://americansabroad.org/issues/representation/americans-abroad-caucus/members/) against the ongoing results between 2 and 3 AM EST and came up with the following:
I had to check them manually by state using http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/politics/election-map-2012/house/ as of about 2AM EST. I suspect that the results may continue to change for some races. I am considering the results final if there is more than 70% for a candidate and at least 90% of precincts reporting, and also final if 98% or more of precincts have reported. (UPDATED 0400 AM EST with info from Shadow Raider and http://www.votecnmi.gov.mp/2012-election-results-mp.php, http://www.vivote.gov/generalresults/2012/default.h)
Please let me know right away if I you find that made any mistakes here and I will correct.
Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), Co-Chair http://maloney.house.gov
WON (80.8%) 92.8% of precincts reporting
Joe Wilson (R-SC), (Former Co-Chair) http://joewilson.house.gov
WON (Uncontested Race)
Michael Capuano (D-MA) http://www.house.gov/capuano
WON (83.6%) 100% of precincts reporting
André Carson (D-IN) http://carson.house.gov/
WON (62.8%) 100% of Precincts reporting
Donna M. Christensen (D-VI Delegate) http://donnachristensen.house.gov
WON (non-voting delegate).
James Clyburn (D-SC) http://clyburn.house.gov
WON (93.7%) 94.4% of precincts reporting
Steven Cohen (D-TN) http://cohen.house.gov
WON (75.1%) 100% of precincts reporting
Michael Conaway (R-TX) http://conaway.house.gov
WON (78.9%) 95.4% of precincts reporting
Gerald E. (Gerry) Connolly (D-VA) http://connolly.house.gov
WON (60.6%) 99.4% of precincts reporting
Susan Davis (D-CA) http://www.house.gov/susandavis
Winning (59.2%) 39.8% of precincts reporting.
Mike Doyle (D-PA) http://doyle.house.gov
WON (77%) 100% of precincts reporting
Charles Gonzalez (D-TX) http://www.gonzalez.house.gov
LOOKS LIKE HE DID NOT RUN or get nomination, but a Castro Joaquin, also a Democrat, won his District 20 with 64% to 33.5%, 100% precincts reporting.
Kay Granger (R-TX) http://kaygranger.house.gov
WON (70.9%) 100% of precincts reporting
Alcee Hastings (D-FL) http://alceehastings.house.gov
WON (88%) 99.4% of precincts reporting
Rush Holt (D-NJ) http://holt.house.gov
WON (68.9) 98.9% of precincts reporting
Michael M. Honda (D-CA) http://honda.house.gov
James McGovern (D-MA) http://mcgovern.house.gov
Gregory Meeks (D-NY) http://meeks.house.gov
WON (89.7%) with 98.8% of precincts reporting. Sorry I miscalled this one earlier, his website showed him in the 6th District, now he is in the 5th.
Jim Moran (D-VA) http://moran.house.gov
WON (63.4%) 98.8 % precincts reporting
Christopher S. Murphy (D-CT) http://chrismurphy.house.gov
ELECTED SENATOR TODAY, his fellow Democrat for his House seat leading 2-3% with 95.8% of precincts reporting.
–This is a good thing that we have somebody from the Americans Abroad House Caucus now in the Senate.
Donald Payne (D-NJ) http://payne.house.gov
WON (87.2%) with 94.6% of precincts reporting
Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan (D-MP) http://sablan.house.gov
Reelected This would be a nonvoting delegate.
Janice Schakowsky (D-IL) http://schakowsky.house.gov
WON (66.1%) 98.9% of precincts reporting
Lee Terry (R-NE) http://leeterry.house.gov
Terry is leading with 51.4% to 48.6, only 85% of precincts reporting.
Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) http://vanhollen.house.gov
Winning, 67% with 91.7% precincts reporting.
Henry Waxman (D-CA) http://waxman.house.gov
Losing 51 to 49, 19% reporting according to http://www.foxnews.com/politics/elections/2012-house-races/all
Frank Wolf (R-VA) http://wolf.house.gov/
WON (58.7%) 99.5% of precincts reporting
Annoying that I couldn’t find just one big list somewhere with all of the names (most news sites seem to list only the “key races” by name). But go figure, the system is not geared towards third parties and interests that might traverse the boundaries between the two big parties…
In general, it looks like the caucus members did not fair too badly, but we have lost some ground. Hopefully, where a member was succeeded by a new congressperson from the same party, they will follow suit and join the caucus. Nonetheless, now that we have the election results, it is time to start chasing all those that are newly elected or reelected and urge them to join the caucus. And we can start writing Obama as well. He can’t get reelected again, so maybe he would have less to lose by being sympathetic to us?
Also, does anybody know if there is a group of Senators that sympathize with us as well? What is irritating is that the overwhelming majority of Caucus members in the House are Democrats and the Republicans control the House. That caucus member Christopher S. Murphy (D-CT) has now gone from the House to the Senate might be a good starting place.