DemDaily: The Final Primaries: The House

All 435 seats in the US House of Representatives are up (Rs:246/Ds:187/2 vacancies) and, while the chances of wrestling control of the House from the Republicans is unlikely, we have learned anything is possible this election cycle.

While all the presidential primaries are over, there are still ten congressional primaries between now and September 13th in nine states and the Territory of Guam. These remaining primaries will decide which candidates will go head to head in the general election November 8th including some of the tightest races in the battleground states of Arizona, Florida, and New Hampshire.

If you are in these remaining states, get out and vote in the primary! As we all know, every vote counts!

Month Day State House
Seats (#)
Contested Dem Primaries Presidential/ Projected 
August
13 Saturday Hawaii 2 (2D) 2 Democrat
16 Tuesday Alaska 1 (1R) 1 Republican
16 Tuesday Wyoming 1 (1R) 1 Republican
27 Saturday Guam 1 (1D) 0
N/A
30 Tuesday Arizona 9 (5R/4D) 5 Battleground
30 Tuesday Florida 27 (17R/10D) 11 Battleground
September
8 Thursday Massachusetts 9 (9D) 0 Democrat
13 Tuesday New Hampshire 2 (1R, 1D) 0 Battleground
13 Tuesday Delaware 1 (1D) 1 Democrat
13 Tuesday Rhode Island 2 (2D) 2 Democrat

 

For more information on individual races, check the DCCC's Top Races for Red to flip to Blue!

Stay tuned in to the DemDaily for updates on the presidential, congressional, and local election news!

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