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US Election 2020: Almost All House Members Backed By Industry PAC Dollars Retain Seats

Democratic Reps. Richard Neal of Massachusetts and Frank Pallone Jr. of New Jersey are expected to continue chairing key House panels

Executive Summary

Out of 31 US House incumbents supported by high amounts of medtech industry political action committee (PAC) dollars, only one – Chrissy Houlahan of Pennsylvania – lost in last week’s election.

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