Here are the GOP House members in districts that backed Biden
We are focusing our early efforts for now on the most vulnerable GOP members.
Democrats will need a single-digit net gain in 2024 to retake the House. And the top targets will likely be Republicans in so-called crossover districts — seats that would have backed President Joe Biden in 2020 had the new congressional lines been in place.
Help us amplify our messaging against these GOP members, help us start gathering opposition research against them, and help us flag every awful vote they take in Congress.
(Note: Our full target list is in formation as we assess candidate recruitment, polling, and a myriad of other factors.)
Republicans in Biden districts:
- Arizona-01: Rep. David Schweikert
- Arizona-06: Rep. Juan Ciscomani
- California-21: Rep. David Valadao
- California-27: Rep. Mike Garcia
- California-40: Rep. Young Kim
- California-45: Rep. Michelle Steel
- Nebraska-02: Rep. Don Bacon
- New Jersey-07: Rep. Tom Keane
- New York-01: Rep. Nicholas LaLota
- New York-03: Rep. George Santos
- New York-04: Rep. Anthony D’Esposito
- New. York-17: Rep. Mike Lawler
- New York-19: Rep. Marc Molinaro
- New York-22: Rep. Brandon Williams
- Oregon-5: Rep. Lori Chavez DeRemer
- Pennsylvania-01: Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
- Virginia-02: Rep. Jen Kiggans
And the Cook Political Report recently released their first look at the Toss Up and Lean Republican seats currently held by Republicans.
Here are the members they list who are NOT listed above in Biden districts:
- California-13: John Duarte (D+4 district)
- California-41: Ken Calvert (R+3 district)
- Colorado-03: Lauren Boebert (R+7 district)
- Iowa-03: Zach Nunn (R+3 district)
- Michigan-10: John James (R+3 district)
- Nebraska-02: Don Bacon (EVEN district)
Keep checking back as we begin to highlight the Democratic frontrunners and nominees in these GOP-held districts.