House Democrat group claims party ‘will regain majority in 2024,’ revealing GOP seats it hopes to flip

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After losing their majority in the House of Representatives, Democrats are already plotting a course for 2024 and will try to flip next cycle by targeting several Republican-held districts.

The House Majority PAC (HMP) released a report Tuesday, “After Defying the Odds, House Democrats Will Regain Majority in 2024,” covering the 2022 election cycle just two weeks after Democrats lost their majority in the midterms.

“The House Majority PAC will be poised to take back the House in 2024, and Republicans should begin planning to return the gavel,” HMP, the committee focused on electing Democratic House candidates, wrote in a memo outlining 2024 plans, first seen by Axios. As reported by.

In addition to looking back at Democrats’ performance, the report named 19 red districts they will focus heavily on next cycle, though HMP said the list was preliminary and would be expanded.

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Jane Keegans won the race in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District, ousting Democrat Rep. Elaine Luria.
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One of the districts on the Democrats’ hit list is Virginia’s 2nd District, where Congresswoman-elect Jane Kiggans recently unseated Democrat Elaine Luria.

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Another target for Democrats is blue state New York’s 17th Congressional District, where Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney was defeated by Mike Lawler in the November midterm elections.

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, DNY, lost his race for re-election in New York’s 17th Congressional District.
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The Democratic Party has spent tens of millions on abortion campaigns this cycle, pouring more on the issue than on any other issue, including crime and the economy. The HMP claims That “in the messaging war, the Democrats are winning.”

With inflation hitting a 40-year high of 9.1% in the summer before the election, HMP said that once Democrats began to shift their positions on the economy, talking about crime, the party saw a significant increase in support.

After testing political messages in August, HMP said the winning framing for political ads was to convey that “a Democrat cares about the economy while a Republican wants to ban abortion.”

The release also took aim at the Congressional Leadership Fund’s (CLF) spending this cycle, claiming it spent nearly $150 million on losing races.

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she will not seek a leadership role in the upcoming Congress.

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she will not seek a leadership role in the upcoming Congress.
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House Democrats are seeing major changes within the party this month, first losing their majority and then Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announcing her decision to step down from House leadership.

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Republicans now hold 220 House seats, exceeding the 218 needed to win a majority, while the Democratic Party has 212 seats. Two weeks after Election Day, there are still three House races to be played.

The list of GOP-held seats on the Democrats’ 2024 radar includes: AZ-01, AZ-06, CA-27, CA-40, CA-41, CA-45, IA-03, MI-10, NE-02, NJ-07, NY-01, NY-03, NY-04, NY-17, NY-19, NY-22, OR-05, PA-01 and VA-02.

House Democrat group claims party ‘will regain majority in 2024,’ revealing GOP seats it hopes to flip

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