2010 House Competitive Races – Democrats 91 seats vs. GOP 9 seats in Jeopardy

2010 COMPETITIVE HOUSE RACE CHART


Likely: These seats are not considered competitive at this point but have the potential to become engaged.
Lean: These are considered competitive races but one party has an advantage.
Toss-Up: These are the most competitive; either party has a good chance of winning.

Democrats currently have 91 seats listed as Lean or Toss Up.
Republicans currently have 9 seats listed as Lean or Toss Up.

LEAN DEMOCRATIC

28 DEMOCRATS
3 REPUBLICANS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
CA-20 Jim Costa D+5
CA-47 Loretta Sánchez D+4
CO-7 Ed Perlmutter D+4
CT-4 Jim Himes D+5
CT-5 Chris Murphy D+2
DE-AL OPEN (Castle) D+7
ID-1 Walt Minnick R+18
IL-10 OPEN (Kirk) D+6
IA-1 Bruce Braley D+5
IA-2 Dave Loebsack D+7
LA-2 Joseph Cao D+25
MI-9 Gary Peters D+2
MN-1 Tim Walz R+1
MN-8 Jim Oberstar D+3
MO-3 Russ Carnahan D+7
NM-1 Martin Heinrich D+5
NY-1 Tim Bishop R+0
NY-13 Mike McMahon R+4
NY-22 Maurice Hinchey D+6
NY-25 Dan Maffei D+3
NC-2 Bob Etheridge R+2
NC-7 Mike McIntyre R+5
NC-11 Heath Shuler R+6
PA-4 Jason Altmire R+6
PA-12 Mark Critz R+1
RI-1 OPEN (Kennedy) D+13
VA-9 Rick Boucher R+11
VA-11 Gerry Connolly D+2
WA-2 Rick Larsen D+3
WV-3 Nick Rahall R+6
WI-3 Ron Kind D+4

DEMOCRATIC TOSS UP

46 DEMOCRATS
0 REPUBLICANS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
AL-2 Bobby Bright R+16
AZ-5 Harry Mitchell R+5
AZ-7 Raúl Grijalva D+6
AZ-8 Gabrielle Giffords R+4
AR-1 OPEN (Berry) R+8
CA-11 Jerry McNerney R+1
CO-3 John Salazar R+5
FL-2 Allen Boyd R+6
FL-22 Ron Klein D+1
GA-2 Sanford Bishop, Jr. D+1
GA-8 Jim Marshall R+10
IL-14 Bill Foster R+1
IL-17 Phil Hare D+3
IN-2 Joe Donnelly R+2
IN-9 Baron Hill R+6
IA-3 Leonard Boswell D+1
KY-6 Ben Chandler R+9
MD-1 Frank Kratovil R+13
MA-10 OPEN (Delahunt) D+5
MI-7 Mark Schauer R+2
MS-1 Travis Childers R+14
MS-4 Gene Taylor R+20
MO-4 Ike Skelton R+14
NV-3 Dina Titus D+2
NH-2 OPEN (Hodes) D+3
NJ-3 John Adler R+1
NM-2 Harry Teague R+6
NY-19 John Hall R+3
NY-20 Scott Murphy R+2
NY-23 Bill Owens R+1
NY-24 Michael Arcuri R+2
NC-8 Larry Kissell R+2
ND-AL Earl Pomeroy R+10
OH-6 Charlie Wilson R+2
OH-16 John Boccieri R+4
OH-18 Zack Space R+7
OR-5 Kurt Schrader D+1
PA-8 Patrick Murphy D+2
PA-10 Chris Carney R+8
PA-11 Paul Kanjorski D+4

LIKELY DEMOCRATIC

18 DEMOCRATS
0 REPUBLICANS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
AR-4 Mike Ross R+7
CA-18 Dennis Cardoza D+4
GA-12 John Barrow D+1
IL-8 Melissa Bean R+1
KY-3 John Yarmuth D+2
ME-1 Chellie Pingree D+8
ME-2 Mike Michaud D+3
MA-4 Barney Frank D+14
MA-5 Niki Tsongas D+8
NJ-12 Rush Holt D+5
NM-3 Ben Ray Lujan D+7
NY-4 Carolyn McCarthy D+6
OH-13 Betty Sutton D+5
OR-1 David Wu D+8
PA-17 Tim Holden R+6
TX-27 Soloman Ortiz R+2
UT-2 Jim Matheson R+15
WA-9 Adam Smith D+5

REPUBLICAN TOSS UP

1 REPUBLICANS
0 DEMOCRATS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
HI-1 Charles Djou D+11

LEAN REPUBLICAN

5 REPUBLICANS
17 DEMOCRATS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
AZ-1 Ann Kirkpatrick R+6
AZ-3 OPEN (Shadegg) R+9
CA-3 Dan Lungren R+6
CO-4 Betsy Markey R+6
FL-8 Alan Grayson R+2
FL-12 OPEN (Putnam) R+6
FL-24 Suzanne Kosmas R+4
FL-25 OPEN (Diaz-Balart) R+5
IL-11 Debbie Halvorson R+1
MI-1 OPEN (Stupak) R+3
NH-1 Carol Shea-Porter R+0
OH-1 Steve Driehaus D+1
OH-15 Mary Jo Kilroy D+1
PA-3 Kathy Dahlkemper R+3
PA-7 OPEN (Sestak) D+3
PA-15 Charlie Dent D+2
TN-8 OPEN (Tanner) R+6
TX-17 Chet Edwards R+20
VA-2 Glenn Nye R+5
VA-5 Tom Perriello R+5
WA-3 OPEN (Baird) D+0
WI-8 Steve Kagen R+2

LIKELY REPUBLICAN

8 REPUBLICANS
6 DEMOCRATS

DIST. REPRESENTATIVE PVI
AL-5 OPEN (Griffith) R+12
AR-2 OPEN (Snyder) R+5
CA-45 Mary Bono Mack R+3
IN-8 OPEN (Ellsworth) R+8
KS-3 OPEN (Moore) R+3
LA-3 OPEN (Melancon) R+12
MI-3 OPEN (Ehlers) R+6
MN-6 Michele Bachmann R+7
NE-2 Lee Terry R+6
NY-29 VACANT R+5
OH-12 Patrick Tiberi D+1
PA-6 Jim Gerlach D+4
TN-6 OPEN (Gordon) R+13
WA-8 Dave Reichert D+3

via The Cook Political Report – Charts – 2010 House Competitive Races.

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