Is Your U.S. Senator or Representative Retiring? We Want to Hear From You

Is Your U.S. Senator or Representative Retiring? We Want to Hear From You

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House Speaker Paul D. Ryan’s announcement on Wednesday that he is retiring from Congress at the end of his term shocked many and increased Republicans’ anxiety about their ability to hold on to control of the House.

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Paul D. Ryan at a news conference on Wednesday in Washington. His announcement that he will not run for re-election opens up a House seat in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, a traditionally conservative area.

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Tom Brenner/The New York Times

Mr. Ryan is part of a wave of representatives and senators from both parties who have announced plans to retire at the end of their terms, and research suggests that Democrats can make significant gains in the 2018 midterm elections.

Given how much is at stake for both parties during the next election, we want to hear from voters in districts where these retirements are occurring. Tell us what issues you care most about and how you view what’s been happening in Washington. We may publish a selection of the responses.

We Want to Hear From You

We would like to hear how voters are reacting to the retirements of their senators or representatives. Some submissions may be published.

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