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  • CA House District 39 (LA – Orange – San Bernadino) – Young Kim

  • CA House District 25 (LA – Ventura) – Mike Garcia

  • CA House District 21 (San Joaquin Valley) – David Valdo

  • CA House District 48 (Orange County) – Michelle Park Steel

  • CA House District 22 (San Joaquin Valley) – Devin Nunes

  • CO House District 3 (Western – South Central Colorado) – Lauren Boebert

  • FL House District 27 (Miami-Dade) – Maria Elvira Salazar

  • FL House District 26 (Miami-Dade – Monroe) – Carlos Gimenez

  • IA House District 2 (Iowa City – Quad Cities) – Mariannette Miller-Meeks

  • KY House District 6 (Central Kentucky) – Andy Barr

  • MN House District 1 (Southern Minnesota) – Jim Hagedom

  • TX House District 24 (Dallas – Fort Worth) – Beth Van Duyne 

  • UT House District 4 (Salt Lake – Juab – Sanpete) – Burgess Owens


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139 Republicans in the House voted to overturn the 2020 election.  197 Republicans in the House voted NOT to impeach Donald Trump for incitement of the attack on our Capitol on January 6th, 2021.


Democrats currently have 221 of the 435 seats in the U. S. House, and 218 seats are needed to retain a majority.  And in this era of Trump Republicans, the need for Democrats to Hold Our House has never been greater!  Democracy and too many Education, Employment, Health, Housing and Justice issues hang in the balance.


But the President’s party tends to lose House seats, in the mid-term election, during the President’s first term in office.


In fact, the parties of Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Donald Trump lost House seats in the mid-terms that followed, after they took office.  


We cannot afford to follow this pattern in 2022. 


So, we’re focusing on races that stand out as opportunities to flip Republican seats so we can Hold Our House:

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