Competitive and non-competitive districts

There are 435 representatives in the U.S. House of Representatives and members serve two-year terms. In most recent election years, only 30-40 of the 435 seats have been identified as competitive.

In the other 400 or so “noncompetitive” districts, victors routinely win by landslides and often run unopposed. Should we be concerned that most of our U.S. House elections do not involve any meaningful competition?


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