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A Howrey appellate litigation partner is the next senator from Utah. A former Davis Polk & Wardwell associate is now the first black woman from Alabama elected to a House seat. These are just a couple of the many candidates running for office in this year’s midterm elections who came out on top. How did the rest of the congressional hopefuls with Am Law 200 ties fare? Here is our very rough list* of those lawyers seeking, and hoping to hold on to, higher office.

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