All 9 Indiana seats to the United States House of Representatives
The 2004 congressional elections in Indiana were elections for Indiana's delegation to the United States House of Representatives, which occurred along with congressional elections nationwide on November 2, 2004. Republicans held a majority of Indiana's delegation, 6-3, before the elections. The only incumbent to lose re-election was Democrat Baron Hill, losing to Republican Mike Sodrel in the 9th district.
|United States House of Representatives elections in Indiana, 2004|
This district includes a small strip of northwest Indiana. The district has been one of the most Democratic in Indiana.
|Democratic||Pete Visclosky (incumbent)||178,406||68.3%|
|Republican||Chris Chocola (incumbent)||140,496||54.2%|
This district is located in the northeast corner of Indiana and has a large population center in Fort Wayne.
|Republican||Mark Souder (incumbent)||171,389||69.2%|
This district is located in west-central Indiana. Located within the district is the city of West Lafayette and many suburban towns.
|Republican||Steve Buyer (incumbent)||190,445||69.5%|
|Republican||Dan Burton (incumbent)||228,718||71.8%|
|Republican||Mike Pence (incumbent)||182,529||67.1%|
|Democratic||Julia Carson (incumbent)||121,303||54.4%|
|Republican||John Hostettler (incumbent)||145,576||53.4%|
|Democratic||Baron Hill (incumbent)||140,772||49.0%|
|Republican gain from Democratic||Swing|
- United States House of Representatives elections, 2004
- United States Senate election in Indiana, 2004
- United States presidential election in Indiana, 2004
- "United States Representative". Indiana of Secretary of State. 2004-11-02. Retrieved 2008-11-08.
| United States House elections in Indiana