Supported Candidates, 2014 Elections

√= won election or reelection; X= defeated

U.S Senate Races

On election day, 92 percent of the Senate candidates supported by the AAPD PAC were elected or re-elected.



(or challenger)


Lamar Alexander


Thad Cochran


Susan M. Collins 


John Cornyn


Steve Daines


Richard J. Durbin

D- Illinois

Michael B. Enzi


Mary L. Landrieu Xlost in runoff

(The AAPD PAC supported challenger Bill Cassidy in the runoff election)


Jack F. Reed

D- Rhode Island

Pat Roberts


Ben Sasse


Tim E. Scott

R-South Carolina

Jeanne Shaheen

D-New Hampshire


U.S House Races

On Election Day, 100 percent of the House candidates supported by the AAPD PAC were elected or re-elected.

Highest Tier Support


(or challenger)


Brian Babin[1]

R-Texas (36th)

John A. Boehner[2]

R-Ohio (8th)

Michael C. Burgess

R-Texas (26th)

Elijah E. Cummings

D-Maryland (7th)

Diana L. DeGette

D-Colorado (1st)

Rosa L. DeLauro

D-Connecticut (3rd)

Sam Farr

D-California (20th)

Paul A. Gosar[3]

R- Arizona (4th)

Gregg Harper

R-Mississippi (3rd)

Steny H. Hoyer 

D-Maryland (5th)

Walter B. Jones 

R-North Carolina (3rd)

Rick R. Larsen

D-Washington State (2nd)

Nita M. Lowey

D-New York (17th)

Kevin McCarthy[4]

R-California (23rd)

Alan Nunnelee

R-Mississippi (1st)

Tom Price

R-Georgia (6th)

Hal D. Rogers  

R-Kentucky (5th)

Mike Simpson[5]

R-Idaho (2nd)

Edward Whitfield

R-Kentucky (1st)


Medium Tier Support


(or challenger)


Gus M. Bilirakis

R-Florida (9th)

Marsha Blackburn

R-Tennessee (7th)

Charlie W. Boustany, Jr.

R-Louisiana (7th)

Mo Brooks

R-Alabama (5th)

Lois Capps

D-California (24th)

Yvette D. Clark

D-New York (11th)

Danny K. Davis

D-Illinois (7th)

Eliot L. Engel

D-New York (17th)

Andy P. Harris

D-Maryland (1st)

Mike M. Honda

D-California (15th)

Betty McCollum

D-Minnesota (4th)

Martha Roby

R- Alabama (2nd)

Dutch Ruppersberger

D-Maryland (2nd)

John M. Shimkus

R-Illinois (15th)

Fred S. Upton

R-Michigan (6th)

Steve Womack

R- Arkansas (3rd)


Basic Tier Support


(or challenger)


Mark E. Amodei

R-Nevada (2nd)

Julia Brownley 

D-California (26th)

Joe Courtney

D-Connecticut (2nd)

Rodney L. Davis

R-Illinois (13th)

Bob Dold

R-Illinois (10th)

Mike G. Fitzpatrick

R-Pennsylvania (8th)

Chuck J. Fleischmann

R-Tennessee (3rd)

Kay M. Granger

R-Texas (12th)

Hakeem S. Jeffries

D-New York (8th)

David P. Joyce

R-Ohio (14th)

John B. Larson

D-Connecticut (1st)

Dana Rohrabacher

R-California (48th)

Paul D. Ryan

R-Wisconsin (1st)

Jackie Speier

D-California (12th)

Jackie Walorski

R-Indiana (2nd)

Peter F. Welch

D-Vermont (at large)


[1] Dr. Babin is a general dentist who ran for an open seat in this district.

[2] Speaker of the House.

[3] Dr. Gosar is a general dentist.

[4] House Majority Leader.

[5] Dr. Simpson is a general dentist.