David Valadao, Republican who voted to impeach Trump, wins re-election
- He's one of only two of those 10 to return to Congress following the midterm elections.
By the numbers: Valadao had secured 52% of the votes to Salas' 48% with 98% of the ballots counted late Monday, per AP.
The big picture: Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) is the other House Republican to back impeaching Trump to be re-elected.
- The eight others either chose retirement or lost their GOP primaries, including Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.).
What they're saying: "I am extremely humbled & grateful for my family, our hard-working campaign team, dedicated volunteers & donors for pouring their hearts into this race," Salas tweeted Tuesday.
- "Despite being massively outspent, we came just 3 points short of the election outcome we had hoped for," he added.
Editor's note: This article has been updated with new details throughout.