Controversial House Race Results
ABC News - 11/07/2012
Some of the most controversial House members are clinging to narrow leads in races where only a few votes are left to count. Thus far:
Allen West: Florida Rep. Allen West's bid for re-election remains too close to call. The Tea Party candidate trails his Democratic opponent in Florida's 18th District by fewer than 3,000 votes, with Democrat Patrick Murphy at 50.4 percent and West at 49.6 percent.
Joe Walsh: Democrat Tammy Duckworth of Illinois beat Republican incumbent Walsh in the Illinois 8th District race, 55 percent to 45 percent.
Michele Bachmann: Tea Party favorite Bachmann secured a fourth term by winning a very-tight race against Democrat Jim Graves in the Minnesota 4th District election. .She held on to her seat by just 4,000 votes, claiming 51 percent of the vote to Graves' 50 percent.
Mia Love: Democrat Rep. Jim Matheson managed to edge out his Republican opponent Love by little more than a single percentage point for the Utah 4th District race, 49.3 percent to 48.1 percent.
Todd Long: Former Rep. Alan Grayson (D) won the House race for Florida's 9th District against Long by a 25-point margin, 62 percent to 38 percent.