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Marsha Blackburn (TN-SEN)

Senator Bob Corker (CFG Lifetime Rating: 80%) is retiring from his Senate seat, leaving an opening for a new TN Senator this upcoming November. While Tennessee is a staunchly conservative, strongly Republican state that gave Donald Trump more than 60% of the vote in the 2016 Presidential election, the Democrats have…

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Ted Cruz (TX-SEN)

Senator Ted Cruz (CFG Lifetime Rating: 93%) has been a staunch champion of economic conservatism during his first term in the Senate. Though Texas is generally a strong conservative state, it only went for Donald Trump by 9 points in 2016, a weaker margin than that obtained by Mitt Romney…

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Josh Hawley (MO-SEN)

Hawley is challenging liberal Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill (CFG Lifetime Rating: 17%). She is far to the left of an increasingly conservative Missouri electorate, and is regarded as one of the most vulnerable Democrat Senators running for reelection in 2018. Hawley won more votes than any other statewide candidate (even…

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Matt Rosendale (MT-SEN)

State Auditor Matt Rosendale is challenging liberal Democrat U.S. Senator Jon Tester, whose lifetime Club for Growth rating during his 10 years in the Senate is an abysmal 14%. Rosendale is the strongest candidate to run against Tester, who is very vulnerable to a challenge considering that Donald Trump won…

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Rick Scott (FL-SEN)

Governor Rick Scott is challenging three-term Democrat Senator Bill Nelson (CFG Lifetime Rating: 9%) in one of the most competitive Senate races this election year. Nelson is a formidable incumbent, and Scott needs all the help he can get in order to take this seat for conservatives.

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House

Dave Brat (VA-07)

Congressman Brat (CFG Lifetime: 97%) is in a competitive general election race against liberal Democrat Abigail Spanberger. This district only went for Donald Trump with 50.2% of the vote in 2016, making this a competitive race in a midterm election environment. With the liberals desperate to expand the field of…

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Ted Budd (NC-13)

This district has been historically very conservative, both fiscally and socially.  However, Democrats have now begun targeting this area since it was Trump’s worst performing GOP district (52.7%) in North Carolina.  The Democrats have recruited a formidable opponent in Kathy Manning, a well-connected, Harvard-trained lawyer and philanthropist from Greensboro.  In…

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Michael Cloud (TX-27)

This seat is currently vacant.  The previous congressman, Republican Rep. Blake Farenthold (CFG Lifetime Rating: 78%), recently resigned due to a personal scandal.  The district is solidly red – Trump beat Clinton by 24 points.  The Cook Report considers it an R+13 district.  Democrats are vying for the seat, but…

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Russ Fulcher (ID-01)

Russ Fulcher is running for the Idaho First Congressional District open seat, currently represented by Congressman Raul Labrador (CFG Lifetime Rating: 93%), who is running for Governor. This district is strongly Republican, going for Trump with almost 64% of the vote, making it likely that the winner of the primary…

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Mark Green (TN-07)

This seat is currently held by Rep. Marsha Blackburn (CFG lifetime: 90%), who is likely running for the U.S. Senate to replace the retiring Sen. Bob Corker (CFG lifetime: 80%). President Trump won this district with 67% of the vote, and the Cook Report has it as a strong R+20…

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Mark Harris (NC-09)

Mark Harris advanced to the general election after defeating incumbent Republican Congressman Robert Pittenger in the primary, 48.5%-46.2%. Harris faces a formidable general election opponent in Democrat Dan McCready, who’s already raised more than $1 million and has strong support from the Democratic party apparatus and liberal leaders like former…

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Scott Perry (PA-10)

Congressman Perry was first elected in 2012 in Pennsylvania’s 4th congressional district. He decisively won that election and subsequent re-elections. The district was reliably conservative with Trump winning 58.6% of the vote last year. The Cook Report had it as an R+11 district. However, earlier this year, the state supreme…

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Denver Riggleman (VA-05)

Virginia’s 5th Congressional District is Republican-leaning (Cook PVI: R+6), but Denver Riggleman is a last-minute replacement as the GOP nominee, with incumbent Congressman Tom Garrett (CFG Lifetime Rating: 99%) having resigned unexpectedly. The Democrats have a very liberal but well-funded nominee in Leslie Cockburn, making it essential to rally around…

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Dino Rossi (WA-08)

Dino Rossi is running for the Washington 8th Congressional District open seat, currently represented by Congressman Dave Reichert (CFG Lifetime Rating: 46%), who is retiring. This district is very competitive, with Hillary Clinton having defeating Trump by three points in 2016, but Rossi  has demonstrated past electoral success here in…

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Chip Roy (TX-21)

Incumbent Congressman Lamar Smith (CFG Lifetime Rating: 74%) is retiring, leaving an open seat in a solidly Republican district that Trump won over Clinton by 10 points. The field is very crowded on the Republican side, with 18 candidates running. This is a great opportunity for an upgrade, considering that…

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Greg Steube (FL-17)

Republican Congressman Tom Rooney (CFG Lifetime Rating: 72%) is retiring after the end of his current term, leaving this seat open for the 2018 election. This district is strongly Republican (Cook PVI: R+13), going for Trump with 62% of the vote in 2016. Senator Steube is a frontrunner for the…

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Van Taylor (TX-03)

Texas State Senator Van Taylor is running for the open House seat currently held by retiring Congressman Sam Johnson (Lifetime CFG Rating: 88%). This district is strongly Republican, and Taylor will be the strong favorite in both the primary and general elections.

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Ron Wright (TX-06)

In the March 6th primary, Wright vaulted into the runoff, coming in a strong first place and exceeding the vote margin of the runner-up by more than 20 points, likely making him the favorite moving forward. This district is solidly Republican (R+9 Cook PVI), making the winner of the primary…

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