The House Majority PAC has targeted 19 currently Republican-held districts for a potential flip in 2024.
After losing control of the House of Representatives recently, Democrats are already planning four years. Seven seats controlled by Republicans are on their list of targets.
For the 2022 election, the House Majority PAC (HMP) published a study titled “After Defying the Odds, House Democrats Will Retake the Majority in 2024.” The election results had been in for two weeks, and the Democrats had lost the majority.
The Democratic political action committee House Majority PAC (HMP) recently issued a letter to House Republicans advising them to start making plans to “hand back the gavel” in 2024. Axios was the first news organization to publish information on the memo.
This study analyzes the history of the Democratic Party and offers 19 suggestions for the party’s continued electoral success in the future. To hear HMP tell it, this is only the beginning.
The Democrats in Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District have made unseating incumbent Republican Jen Kiggans a key priority after her loss to Elaine Luria.
New York’s 17th Congressional District was held by Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney until the 2018 midterms when he was defeated by Republican Mike Lawler.
During this election cycle, the Democratic Party has spent far more money on abortion-related topics than crime or the economy. HMP claims Dems have “won the communications battle.”
Pre-election summer inflation hit a 40-year high of 9.1 percent, according to HMP. Voter support for the Democratic Party increased as the party took a harder line on the economy.
Advertisements that took a stand on a divisive issue (such as “a Democrat cares about the economy while the Republican wants to outlaw abortion”) performed better than those that didn’t, according to HMP.
Over $150 million was wasted by the Congressional Leadership Fund on losing campaigns, the investigation found.
After losing their House majority and seeing their speaker, Nancy Pelosi, resign this month, the Democrats may have a tough month to reflect upon (D-Calif.).
There are now 220 Republicans and 212 Democrats in the House of Representatives, giving the Republicans a majority. Over two weeks after Election Day, the margin of victory in three races for the House of Representatives is razor thin at best.