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Last Updated December 26, 2001

Open Governors Races in 2001
0 Democrats - 2 Republicans
  1. Christine Todd Whittman (R-NJ) Resigned, Acting Governor Donald DiFrancesco (R) Retiring and replaced by Jim McGreevey (D)
  2. James S. Gilmore (R-VA) Barred and replaced by Mark Warner (D)

Other Changes in Governors in 2001
0 Democrats - 4 Republicans
  1. Paul Cellucci (R-MA) appointed Amb. and replaced by Jane Swift (R)
  2. Thomas Ridge (R-PA) appointed Homeland Sec. Dir., and replaced by Mark Schwieker (R)
  3. George W. Bush (R-TX) Elected President and replaced by Rick Perry (R)
  4. Tommy G. Thompson (R-WI) appointed. Sec. of HHS and replaced by Scott McCallum (R)

Open Territorial Governors Races in 2001
0 Democrats - 1 Republican
  1. Pedro P. Tenorio (R-CNMI) Retired and replaced by Juan Nekai Babauta (R)

Change in Party Identification in 2001
0 Democrats - 1 Republicans
  1. Jim Jeffords (R-VT) switched parties to independent

Special House Elections in 2001
3 Democrats - 4 Republicans
  1. Rep. Julian C. Dixon (D-CA-32) died and was replaced by Diane Watson (D)
  2. Rep. Joseph Moakley (D-MA-9) died and was replaced by Stephen Lynch (D)
  3. Rep. Norman Sisisky (D-VA-4) died and was replaced by Randy Forbes (R)
  1. Rep. Bud Shuster (R-PA-9) resigned and was replaced by Bill Shuster (R)
  2. Rep. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR-3) appointed DEA Dir. and was replaced by John Boozman (R)
  3. Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-FL-1) resigned and was replaced by Jeff Miller (R)
  4. Rep. Floyd Spence (R-SC-2) died 8/16/01 and was replaced by Joe Wilson (R)

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