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| type = ← [[2021 United States elections|2021]]{{space|10}}'''2022'''{{space|10}} 2023 → <br>''[[United States mid-term elections|Mid-term elections]]''
| election_day = November 8
| incumbent_president = [[undeterminedJoe Biden]] <span style="color:blue">(undeterminedDemocratic)</span>
| next_congress = [[118th United States Congress|118th]]
| senate_seats_contested = 34 of 100 seats
}}
 
The '''2022 United States elections''' will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in the middle of the term of [[President of the United States|President]] [[Joe Biden]]. During this [[United States mid-term elections|mid-term election]] year, all 435 seats in the [[United States House of Representatives]] and 34 of the 100 seats in the [[United States Senate]] will be contested. Thirty-nine state and territorial [[Governor#United States|gubernatorial]] and numerous other state and local elections will also be contested. This will be the first election affected by the [[2022 United States redistricting|redistricting]] that will follow the [[2020 United States Census]].
 
==Federal elections==