The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) announced Friday that its first slate of 29 members is being placed on the Front Line platform, meaning they would be up for re-election in “competitive seats.”
Front Lines aims to help vulnerable incumbent Democrats with the resources to win what is likely to be a competitive election in 2024, when Democrats hope to retake the House of Representatives after Republicans took office early this year.
The full list of Democrats at risk from the “front line” includes Representatives: Mary Beltula (AKP), Mike Levin (CA), Yadira Karafeo (CO), Jahanna Hayes (CT), Nikki Budzinski (Illinois), Eric Sorensen (Illinois) Frank Marfan (IN), Sharice Davids (KS), Jared Golden (ME), Hillary Scholten (MI), Sharice Davids (MI), Angie Craig (MN), Don Davis (NC), Wiley Nickel (NC), Chris Pappas (NH), Gabriel Vasquez (New Mexico), Susie Lee (NV), Stephen Horsford (NV), Pat Ryan (NY), Greg Landsman (Ohio), Marcy Captur (Ohio), Amelia Sykes (Ohio), Andrea Salinas (Oregon), Suzanne Wild (Penn), Matt Cartwright (Penn), Chris DeLuzio (Penn), Abigail Spanberger (Virginia), Marie Glusenkamp-Perez (Washington) and Kim Schreyer (Washington).
DCCC’s press release noted that so far there are only 29 people on the list, but the program has been tested after the 53 Democrats on the list last year won their elections, “outperforming” nearly every 2022 forecast.
The Democrats’ slate includes some of the same slate as DCCC’s Republican counterpart, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), targeted for the 2022 cycle. Over the past cycle, Republicans won enough seats—beating Democrats in several of them—to regain a majority in the House. deputies. However, some of the Democrats who won re-election returned to the list of vulnerable “front line” members, such as Lee, Horsford, Schreier, Hayes, Davids, Wilde, and Craig.
DCCC Chair Susan Delbine (D-WA) said in a statement that House Democrats are “well-placed” to try to regain the House majority during the 2024 election cycle, adding that this is due to the Democrats’ “enormous slate.” incumbents. “
“House Republicans have shown voters that their caucus is more interested in political investigations, empowering extremists, and seeking power for themselves, rather than working to improve families’ everyday lives,” Delbine continued. “The Democrats will have great offensive chances in 2024, and holding on to these seats is key to our path to regaining the majority.”
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