Here Are the Democratic House Seats to Protect in 2020

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Do you remember how great it felt to flip the House in 2018?

Having the House under Democratic control has been the one check we’ve had on Trump. And if we fail to get Trump out of the White House in November, we need to hang onto the House to make sure he can’t run roughshod over the country again. On the flip side, if we gain control of both the presidency and the Senate, then having the House will mean all of these amazing bills could become a reality.

So, our first order of business is making sure that we don’t let the Republicans flip these seats back again in November.

Here are the House seats that are currently held by Democrats, most of them who just flipped the seats in the last election, and that are in the Toss-Up column. These races are the most competitive, and either party could win the seat. We must protect them. Clicking on the Congressperson’s name will take you to their campaign website where you can sign up for updates, donate, or volunteer.

The Democratic House Toss-Ups

California 21st – TJ Cox

California 25th – Vacant

Georgia 6th – Lucy McBath

Iowa 1st – Abby Finkenauer

Iowa 2nd – Open

Iowa 3rd – Cindy Axne

Maine 2nd – Jared Golden

Minnesota 7th – Collin Peterson

New Jersey 3rd – Andy Kim

New Mexico 2nd – Xochitl Torres Small

New York 11th – Max Rose

New York 22nd – Anthony Brindisi

Oklahoma 5th – Kendra Horn

Pennsylvania 8th – Matthew Cartwright

South Carolina 1st – Joe Cunningham

Virginia 2nd – Elaine Luria

Virginia 7th – Abigail Spanberger 

Tomorrow, we’ll look at the Republican held seats that we could potentially flip!

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