The National Republican Congressional Committee is targeting 10 additional Democrats in the House for 2022 as the GOP looks to regain control of the chamber.
Roll Call noted all 10 of the incumbent Democrats are in states set to lose a House seat as result of the 2020 census.
The seats are in addition to the 47 Democrat-held seats the NRCC announced in February were being targeted.
The initial 47 were broken into three groups. In the first group, there are 29 Democrats who hold districts where there were tight races at the congressional and presidential races in the last cycle, including Democrats from once-GOP-held suburban areas, lawmakers in more GOP-friendly regions, and members in heavily Latino districts near the border with Mexico.
The second tier includes eight Democrats who are considered less vulnerable but who still won by fewer than 10 points or who underperformed President Joe Biden in their local districts, including Reps. Colin Allred, D-Texas, and Sharice Davids, D-Kan.
In the final tier, 10 members whose seats could be changed during redistricting are listed, including Reps. Deborah Ross, D-N.C., and John Garamendi, D-Calif.
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