Besides the special election in Florida's 17th district coming up on the 13th of April, there's a special election for Pennsylvania's 12th district to replace John Murtha on the 18th of May. That pits Republican Tim Burns against Democrat Mark Critz. On the 22nd of May, Hawaii's first district will hold it special election. Two Democrats, state Sen. Colleen Hanabusa and former Rep. Ed Case, will face off with Republican Charles Djou. New York's 29th District hasn't set a date yet to replace Eric Massa.
The Pennsylvania special election is complicated by the fact that it is on the same day as their primary and so candidates are running in more than one election at a time. Meanwhile, the Hawaii election is complicated by the fact that the general election is open and so two Democrats are vying against one Republican.
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