Say­ing farewell: House incum­bents retir­ing in 2024

Saying farewell: House incumbents retiring in 2024

Ahead of the 2024 elec­tion, sev­er­al incum­bents have already announced that they will retire from Con­gress and not seek reelec­tion before the New Year has even start­ed.
So far, 14 House rep­re­sen­ta­tives have announced that they will not be on the bal­lot in their respec­tive dis­tricts next year. The rea­sons span from health con­cerns to want­i­ng more time with their fam­i­lies to allow­ing a new gen­er­a­tion to take over next Novem­ber.
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Sev­er­al oth­er rep­re­sen­ta­tives are also step­ping down from their posi­tions either to run for posi­tions in their home states or, in the case of some House mem­bers, to switch cham­bers.
These are the sev­en House Repub­li­cans and sev­en House Democ­rats who will retire at the end of their term or ear­li­er.
Earl Blu­me­nauer (D‑OR)

FILE — U.S. Rep. Earl Blu­me­nauer speaks dur­ing an event at the COP26 U.N. Cli­mate Sum­mit, in Glas­gow, Scot­land, Wednes­day, Nov. 10, 2021. Blu­me­nauer, a quirky but deeply respect­ed fig­ure in Ore­gon pol­i­tics for decades, has decid­ed not to seek reelec­tion after 27 …