Look at Democratic incumbents who are leaders. By my count, Democrats are winning the House by a few seats.
Janelle Bynum is a businesswoman, an engineer, a civil rights advocate, and a successful legislator.
Democrats could come out of the November general election with one seat to spare for a majority.
Clearly a progressive, Andrea Salinas is on the House Agriculture and the House Science Committee so she can address the most important issues of her district and her state.
2022 was a very close race for the House. Surprisingly good for the Democrats, it could have been even better. 2024 can be even better.
Electing a Republican governor of Oregon would be a surprise. So would electing a Democratic Attorney General of Idaho.
Jamie McLeod-Skinner was raised in Kenya, worked in the Balkans, went to law school, married, and made a home and a political life in Oregon.
Oregon is so Democratic it has two Democrats running for Governor – the Democratic nominee House Speaker Tina Kotek and former State Senator Betsy Johnson running as an independent. That could be a formula for electing a Republican.
Tina Kotek is struggling to be elected as governor of Oregon because the state is so Democratic another Democrat is running as an independent.
Do not accept the Republican narrative, but take the possibility that Peter DeFazio could be vulnerable seriously.