DCCC Targets Less Districts than 2020 Going into Midterm Elections

DCCC Targets Less Districts than 2020 Going into Midterm Elections


The Democrats’ campaign arm, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), is narrowing the number of seats they are looking to target in order for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to widen her majority in the House.

Tuesday Morning, the DCCC announced their list of 22 seats they are focusing on to pad the Democrat majority with more seats.

BREAKING: We just announced House Democrats’ initial Districts In Play for the 2022 election cycle. These 22 competitive districts across the country will be critical battlegrounds as we work to protect our Democratic House Majority.

Take a look at our first offensive targets: pic.twitter.com/Brz4nF4Kdu

— DCCC (@dccc) April 6, 2021

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A Politico reporter pointed out that the list consists of most of the seats the Democrats lost in 2020, except Minnesota’s Seventh Congressional District,  South Carolina’s First Congressional District, and Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District, adding the seats and districts could look different after

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