The final results were not yet announced. According to US media results were declared in 18 seats and out of this Republicans won 12 seats and Democrats got 6 seats.
US media predicted that Republicans will win enough seats to get a House majority, delivering a rebuke to President Barack Obama. The party needed a net gain of at least 39 seats to control the chamber in 2011.
Alabama: Republican Robert Bentley defeats Democrat Ron Sparks.
Arkansas: Democrat Mike Beebe defeats Republican Jim Keet.
Colorado: Democrat John Hickenlooper defeats Republican Dan Maes and Constitution Party candidate Tom Tancredo.
Kansas: Republican Sam Brownback defeats Democrat Tom Holland.
Maryland: Democrat Martin O'Malley defeats Republican Robert Ehrlich.
Massachusetts: Democrat Deval Patrick defeats Republican Charlie Baker, Independent Tim Cahill and Green-Rainbow Party candidate Jill Stein.
Michigan: Republican Rick Snyder defeats Democrat Virg Bernero.
Nebraska: Republican Dave Heineman defeats Democrat Mike Meister.
New Hampshire: Democrat John Lynch defeats Republican John Stephen.
New Mexico: Republican Susana Martinez defeats Democrat Diane Denish.
New York: Democrat Andrew Cuomo defeats Republican Carl Paladino.
Oklahoma: Republican Mary Fallin defeats Democrat Jari Askins.
Pennsylvania: Republican Tom Corbett defeats Democrat Dan Onorato.
South Dakota: Republican Dennis Daugaard defeats Democrat Scott Heidepriem.
Tennessee: Republican Bill Haslam defeats Democrat Mike McWherter.
Texas: Republican Rick Perry defeats Democrat Bill White.
Utah: Republican Gary Herbert defeats Democrat Peter Corroon.
Wyoming: Republican Matt Mead defeats Democrat Leslie Petersen.