There were five elections to the United States House of Representatives in 1983, during the 98th United States Congress.
Elections are listed by date and district.
|Texas 6||Phil Gramm||Democratic||1978||Incumbent resigned January 5, 1983 to run as a Republican.
Incumbent re-elected February 12, 1983.
|New York 7||Benjamin S. Rosenthal||Democratic||1962 (Special)||Incumbent died January 4, 1983.
New member elected March 1, 1983.
|California 5||Phillip Burton||Democratic||1964 (Special)||Incumbent died April 10, 1983.
New member elected June 21, 1983.
|Illinois 1||Harold Washington||Democratic||1980||Incumbent resigned April 30, 1983 to become Mayor of Chicago.
New member elected August 23, 1983.
|Georgia 7||Larry McDonald||Democratic||1974||Incumbent died September 1, 1983 in the Korean Air Lines Flight 007.
New member elected November 8, 1983.
|Special primary (October 18, 1983):|
Special runoff (November 8, 1983):