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Sun May 6, 2018, 03:12 PM

2018 US House Election- How many US House seats Democrats will have after 2018?

193 minus MN-1,MN-8, PA-14= 190 plus MI-13,NY-25,PA-5,and PA-7= 194
195) AZ-2
196) CA-10
197) CA-25
198) CA-39
199) CA-48
200) CA-49
201) CO-6
202) FL-26
203) FL-27
204) IA-1
205) MI-11
206) MN-2
207) MN-3
208) NE-2
209) NJ-2
210) NJ-7
211) NJ-11
212) NY-19
213) PA-1
214) PA-6
215) PA-17
216) TX-23
217) VA-10
218) WA-8

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nkpolitics1212 May 2018 OP
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Sun May 6, 2018, 03:24 PM

1. Breaks my heart to think we might have to lose MN-1.

Democrat Tim Walz has done a great job for the people of MN-1 since 2006, and could probably continue to be re-elected indefinitely. He has set his sights on the Minnesota governorship instead, though, and we'll probably lose the district as a result.

I certainly understand Walz's decision. He's a family man, and would probably love to work in-state, where he can spend more time with his family. Besides, holding a seat in the U.S. House, with its two-year election cycle and the resulting perpetual state of campaigning (and fund-raising), must wear a person down. Still, I wish he could have stuck it out in Congress, as the DFL party here in Minnesota has several other very good gubernatorial candidates

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Sun May 6, 2018, 03:29 PM

2. Unless those on the Left show up and vote in numbers like it's a presidential election,

it won't matter much if the GOP maintains even a slim control.
I am ever amazed at the ability of Democrats to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

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