The House Majority PAC is a super PAC aligned with the Democratic Party that aims to achieve a majority in the House. In the last week before the election the group spent $13 million backing house candidates.

Some major donors to the super PAC include media company owner and investor Fred Eychaner who gave $11 million and hedge fund founder S. Donald Sussman, who has given at least $10 million.

Ten candidates backed by the super PAC won, 21 lost, and four races have yet to be determined. Here’s how the candidates fared:

  • Gail Schwartz (Colo.), running to replace Scott R. Tipton: lose
  • Tom O’Halleran (Ariz.), running to replace Ann Kirkpatrick: win
  • Monica Vernon (Iowa), running to replace Rod Blum: lose
  • Stephanie Murphy (Fla.), running to replace John L. Mica: win
  • Jim Mowrer (Iowa), running to replace David Young: lose
  • Salud Carbajal (Calif.), running to replace Lois Capps: win
  • Morgan Carroll (Colo.), running to replace Mike Coffman: lose
  • Emily Cain (Maine), running to replace Bruce Poliquin: lose
  • Ruben Kihuen (Nev.), running to replace Cresent Hardy: win
  • Emilio Huerta (Calif.), running to replace David Valadao: lose
  • Lon Johnson (Mich.), running to replace Dan Benishek: lose
  • Brad Schneider (Ill.), running to replace Bob Dold: win
  • Charlie Crist (Fla.), running to replace David Jolly: win
  • Kim Myers (N.Y.), running to replace Richard L. Hanna: lose
  • John Plumb (N.Y.), running to replace Thomas Reed II: lose
  • Angie Craig (Minn.), running to replace John Kline: lose
  • Denise Juneau (Mont.), running to replace Ryan Zinke: lose
  • Thomas Suozzi (N.Y.), running to replace Steve Israel: win
  • Jacklyn Rosen (Nev.), running to replace Joseph J. Heck: win
  • Steven Santarsiero (Pa.), running to replace Michael G. Fitzpatrick: lose
  • Anna Throne-Holst (N.Y.), running to replace Lee Zeldin: lose
  • Rick Nolan (Minn.): win
  • Colleen Deacon (N.Y.), running to replace John Katko: lose
  • Terri Bonoff (Minn.), running to replace Erik Paulsen: lose
  • Gretchen Driskell (Mich.), running to replace Tim Walberg: lose
  • LuAnn Bennett (Va.), running to replace Barbara Comstock: lose
  • Joe Garcia (Fla.), running to replace Carlos Curbelo: lose
  • Shelli Yoder (Ind.), running to replace Todd C. Young: lose
  • Joshua Gottheimer (N.J.), running to replace Scott Garrett: win
  • Pete Gallego (Texas), running to replace Will Hurd: lose
  • Doug Owens (Utah), running to replace Mia Love: lose
  • Ami Bera (Calif.)
  • Bryan Caforio (Calif.), running to replace Steve Knight: to be determined
  • Brad Ashford (Neb.): to be determined
  • Michael Eggman (Calif.), running to replace Jeff Denham