Who are the most vulnerable incumbents in 2018?

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Invincible? Or not?

Incumbents have a huge advantage over challengers, but that doesn’t mean they’re invincible.

Courtesy of Roll Call (a great source for political stories), here are the most vulnerable incumbents for the House and the Senate. If they’re a Democrat, we need to do everything we can to save the seat. If they’re a Republican, we have an excellent opportunity to flip the seat.

The vulnerable House incumbents: (state-district #)
Rod Blum (IA01)  Democratic challenger: Abby Finkenauer
Keith Rothfus (PA17)  Democratic challenger: Conor Lamb
Barbara Comstock (VA10)  Democratic challenger: Jennifer Wexton
Jason Lewis (MN02)  Democratic challenger: Angie Craig
Claudia Tenney (NY22)  Democratic challenger: Anthony Brindisi
John Faso (NY19)  Democratic challenger: Antonio Delgado
Dana Rohrabacher (CA48)  Democratic challenger: Harley Rouda
Steve Knight (CA25)  Democratic challenger: Katie Hill
Mike Coffman (CO06)  Democratic challenger: Jason Crow
Kevin Yoder (KS03)  Democratic challenger: Sharice Davids

The vulnerable Senate incumbents:
Heidi Heitkamp (ND)
Dean Heller (NV)  Democratic challenger: Jacky Rosen
Claire McCaskill (MO)
Joe Donnelly (IN)
Bill Nelson (FL)
Joe Manchin (WV)
Jon Tester (MT)
Tammy Baldwin (WI)
Sherrod Brown (OH)
Bob Casey (PA)

If you’re following my weekly midterm challenges, you’ve likely already picked the top candidates you’re concentrating on for midterms. If you haven’t this is a good list to concentrate on. Otherwise, if you’re on social media, do amplify any positive messages you see about these Democratic incumbents and challengers!

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