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It just got harder for Democrats to hold their House majority in 2022 - CNN Politics

May 4, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Just one week after the Census Bureau announced which states would be gaining and losing congressional seats before the 2022 election, the dominoes are beginning to fall -- and the news is not good for Democrats desperately clinging to their single-digit majority in the House of Representatives.

Just one week after the Census Bureau announced which states would be gaining and losing congressional seats before the 2022 election, the dominoes are beginning to fall – and the news is not good for Democrats desperately clinging to their single-digit majority in the House of Representatives.

A trio of Democratic open seats in Florida would be a massive gift to Republican redistricters looking to improve on the party’s current 16-11 majority over Democrats – and with a new seat coming to the state after reapportionment.

Another state to keep an eye on is Pennsylvania, where the state’s open Senate seat – Pat Toomey (R) is retiring – is attracting interest from a number of House Democrats, most notably Rep. Conor Lamb who represents a western Pennsylvania seat that Biden won in 2020 but Trump carried in 2016.

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