1951 United States House of Representatives elections

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District Vacator Reason for Vacancy Candidates
Representative Party First elected
Kentucky 6 Thomas R. Underwood Democratic 1948 Incumbent resigned March 17, 1951 when appointed U.S. Senator.
New member elected April 4, 1951.
Democratic hold.
John C. Watts (Democratic) 55.3%
Otis C. Thomas (Republican) 44.7%
West Virginia 5 John Kee Democratic 1932 Incumbent died.
New member elected July 17, 1951 (see Widow's succession).
Democratic hold.
Elizabeth Kee (Democratic) 58.3%
Cyrus H. Gadd (Republican) 41.7%
Pennsylvania 33 Frank Buchanan Democratic 1946 (Special) Incumbent died April 27, 1951.
New member elected July 24, 1951.
Democratic hold.
Vera Buchanan (Democratic) 61.1%
Clifford W. Flegal (Republican) 38.9%
Maine 3 Frank Fellows Republican 1940 Incumbent died April 27, 1951.
New member elected October 22, 1951.
Republican hold.
Clifford McIntire (Republican) 65.8%
Katherine H. Hickson (Democratic) 27.5%
Ralph A. Dyer (Independent) 6.8%
New Jersey 9 Harry L. Towe Republican 1942 Incumbent resigned September 7, 1951 to become N.J. Assistant Attorney General.
New member elected November 6, 1951.
Republican hold.
Frank C. Osmers Jr. (Republican) 62.6%
Evelyn M. Seufert (Democratic) 37.4%
Ohio 3 Edward G. Breen Democratic 1948 Incumbent resigned October 1, 1951, due to ill health.
New member elected November 6, 1951.
Republican gain.
Paul Schenck (Republican) 55.4%
Jesse Yoder (Democratic) 44.6%
Pennsylvania 14 Wilson D. Gillette Republican 1941 (Special) Incumbent died August 7, 1951.
New member elected November 6, 1951.
Republican hold.
Joseph L. Carrigg (Republican) 64.3%
Paul Harris (Democratic) 35.7%
Pennsylvania 8 Albert C. Vaughn Republican 1950 Incumbent died September 1, 1951.
New member elected November 6, 1951.
Republican hold.
Karl C. King (Republican) unopposed
Nebraska 3 Karl Stefan Republican 1934 Incumbent died August 7, 1951.
New member elected December 4, 1951.
Republican hold.
Bob Harrison (Republican) 70.6%
Carl F. Olson (Democratic) 29.4%

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