Endorsed by the House leadership, the Congressional Leadership Fund works toward keeping a Republican majority. The group spent money on 27 House races in the general election. 22 won, two lost. Three are yet to be determined.

Here are the candidates backed by Congressional Leadership Fund in the House and how they’ve fared:

  • Barbara Comstock (Va.): win
  • Martha McSally (Ariz.): win
  • David Valadao (Calif.): win
  • Scott R. Tipton (Colo.): win
  • Thomas Reed II (N.Y.): win
  • Stewart Mills (Minn.), running to replace Rick Nolan: lose
  • Daniel Tarkanian (Nev.), running to replace Joseph J. Heck: lose
  • Rod Blum (Iowa): win
  • Mike Coffman (Colo.): win
  • Brian Fitzpatrick (Pa.), running to replace Michael G. Fitzpatrick: win
  • Kevin Yoder (Kan.): win
  • David Young (Iowa): win
  • Tom Garrett (Va.), running to replace Robert Hurt: win
  • Carlos Curbelo (Fla.): win
  • Lloyd Smucker (Pa.), running to replace Joseph R. Pitts: win
  • John Faso (N.Y.), running to replace Christopher P. Gibson: win
  • Bruce Poliquin (Maine): win
  • John Katko (N.Y.): win
  • Lee Zeldin (N.Y.): win
  • Brian Mast (Fla.), running to replace Patrick Murphy: win
  • Mike Gallagher (Wis.), running to replace Reid J. Ribble: win
  • Will Hurd (Texas): win
  • Mike Bishop (Mich.): win
  • Mia Love (Utah): win
  • Scott Jones (Calif.), running to replace Ami Bera: undetermined
  • Jeff Denham (Calif.): undetermined
  • Don Bacon (Neb.), running to replace Brad Ashford: undetermined