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10 Most Vulnerable House Seats

Righty3 Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 1:48 PM
I would like to add Tim Bishop from NY's 1st Congressional District to the list. He is an out-of-touch and incompetent liberal that narrowly escaped the 2010 wave. Readers will know his 2009 townhall meeting as the start of the Tea Party Revolution, as he was among the first to be confronted by an angry crowd of his constituents over Obamacare, and it was later picked up by Rush Limbaugh and the national media. Let's finish the job we should have completed in 2010.

Earlier this week Roll Call took a deeper look at the most highly contested House races across the country. They ranked the top 10, starting with the most likely to flip. Between redistricting, rematches, and Freshman flubs, these are the most important races to watch until the election.

1. Laura Richardson (D-Calif.)
2nd full term (68 percent)

Richardson is the only Member on this list who faces a member of her own party - and a fellow Member - on the ballot. Her race against Rep. Janice Hahn, created by California's new "top-two" primary system,...