Military Times speaks with lawmakers, one Democrat and one Republican, about what it means to be a veteran running for Congress during these midterm elections.

WASHINGTON — A total of 173 veterans won primaries this year and will appear on midterm ballots across the country. Their military service spans from the 1950s to today, and includes time spent in the active-duty ranks, reserves and the Coast Guard.

On election night, Military Times will track the status of each veteran’s race — 62 Democrats, 110 Republicans and one independent — across the country and update the results here. Readers can sort the candidates by clicking on the column headers below, or search for specific names using the search bar.

Editor’s note: This story was updated to reflect an increase in the total number of veterans.

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Leo covers Congress, Veterans Affairs and the White House for Military Times. He has covered Washington, D.C. since 2004, focusing on military personnel and veterans policies. His work has earned numerous honors, including a 2009 Polk award, a 2010 National Headliner Award, the IAVA Leadership in Journalism award and the VFW News Media award.

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