Opponent: John Hickenlooper, Mayor of Denver (D)
Maes supports reducing or eliminating Colorado's income tax, requiring businesses to use E-verify to check job applicants' immigration status, tort reform and gun rights. He opposes legalized abortion and same-sex marriage.
Opponent: Andrew Cuomo, New York Attorney General (D)
Paladino supports cutting taxes and spending by 10 percent, cutting the state's income tax on manufacturing, cutting optional Medicaid benefits by $20 billion and imposing term limits on state legislators.
Opponent: Bill White, former Mayor of Houston, Texas
Endorsed by Sarah Palin
Perry supports cutting taxes on individuals and businesses, cutting state spending, enhancing border security operations, tort reform and increasing enrollment in universities. He opposes legal abortion and the health care reform law, and says Texas should not take stimulus money from Washington.
U.S. House Candidates
Rep. Michele Bachmann, Minnesota
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee
Renee Ellmers, North Carolina
Michael Grimm, New York
Vicky Hartzler, Missouri
Jesse Kelly, Arizona
Adam Kinzinger, Illinois
Charles Lollar, Maryland
Rep. Tom McClintock, California
Rep. Walt Minnick (D), Idaho
Star Parker, California
Rep. Mike Pence, Indiana
Rep. Tom Price, Georgia
Tim Scott, South Carolina
Scott Tipton, Colorado
Glen Urquhart, Delaware
Jackie Walorski, Indiana
Allen West, Florida
Rep. Joe Wilson, South Carolina
ABC News' Huma Khan, Devin Dwyer and Z. Byron Wolf contributed to this guidebook.