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GOP announces top 37 Democratic House targets for 2024 battle

"These House Democrats should be shaking in their boots," NRCC Chairman Richard Hudson said.

Published: March 13, 2023 7:35pm

Updated: March 13, 2023 8:05pm

On Monday, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) announced its top targets to pick up House seats for the GOP during the 2024 elections.

The party currently holds a razor thin majority in the lower chamber and the GOP's campaign arm for House races hopes to maximize gains by targeting the most vulnerable Democrats.

The list includes both seats that an incumbent Democrat will leave vacant while seeking a different office and those the opposing party flipped in 2022, as well as other close districts, The Hill reported.

NRCC Chairman Richard Hudson, R-N.C., expressed optimism about the prospect of Republican wins in the next cycle, saying "Republicans are in the majority and on offense."

"These House Democrats should be shaking in their boots," he added.

The full list includes:

(AK-AL) Mary Peltola

(CA-09) Josh Harder

(CA-49) Mike Levin

(CO-08) Yadira Caraveo

(CT-05) Jahana Hayes

(FL-09) Darren Soto

(IL-17) Eric Sorensen

(IN-01) Frank Mrvan

(KS-03) Sharice Davids

(ME-02) Jared Golden

(MI-03) Hillary Scholten

(MI-08) Dan Kildee

(MN-02) Angie Craig

(NC-01) Don Davis

(NC-13) Wiley Nickel

(NC-14) Jeff Jackson

(NH-01) Chris Pappas

(NM-02) Gabe Vasquez

(NV-01) Dina Titus

(NV-03) Susie Lee

(NV-04) Steven Horsford

(NY-18) Pat Ryan

(OH-01) Greg Landsman

(OH-09) Marcy Kaptur

(OH-13) Emilia Sykes

(OR-04) Val Hoyle

(OR-06) Andrea Salinas

(PA-07) Susan Wild

(PA-08) Matt Cartwright

(PA-17) Chris Deluzio

(RI-02) Seth Magaziner

(TX-34) Vicente Gonzalez

(VA-07) Abigail Spanberger

(WA-03) Marie Gluesenkamp Perez

(WA-08) Kim Schrier

Also on the list are the seats left open by outgoing Reps. Elissa Slotkin, Mich., and and Katie Porter, Calif., both of whom are pursuing Senate bids.

Ben Whedon is an editor and reporter for Just the News. Follow him on Twitter.

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