Here’s All the House Republicans That Voters Sent Home
Incumbent losses cut across all factions of the Republican Caucus but most are moderates

Florida Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo, pictured at Greenglade Elementary School polling place on Election Day in Kendale, Florida, is one of at least 19 House Republicans to have lost re-election. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Updated on November 13 at 11:41 p.m. | Voters have sent 23 House Republican incumbents and counting home, as the predicted Democratic wave materialized in the lower chamber’s midterm contests. 

The losses cut across all factions of the Republican Conference but most of the incumbents going home after this term are moderate members. With the number of House Republicans shrinking next year, conservatives are poised to become a larger portion of the conference. 

Curbelo Might Move Family to a Shelter During Irma
Said he doesn’t feel fully secure in his home even though it’s outside evacuation area

Reps. Carlos Curbelo, R-Fla., said he might take his family to shelter from Hurricane Irma. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Florida said he might move his family to a shelter as Hurricane Irma moves toward Miami.

Curbelo’s family lives in a part of Miami that is not part of a mandatory evacuation order, but Curbelo said that he might still move, the Miami Herald reported.

NRCC Makes Democratic Candidates 'Nasty'
Facebook videos experiment with a different style

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Is your Facebook news feed full of “Tasty” videos showing you new recipes? Look out for “Nasty Cooking” videos showing you not only recipes, but gross ones paired with whom you should vote for.

The National Republican Congressional Committee rolled out Nasty Cooking on Facebook last week to poke fun at Democrats running for Congress.