47. In the House

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It is 47 days until the next U.S. congressional midterm election. There was no column posted yesterday.

We’re moving back to the races for the U.S. House of Representatives. Here are the 33 Democrats in races currently considered by fivethirtyeight.com as “leaning,” which means they’re close but one candidate has a perceived advantage. Twenty-five are Republicans and eight Democrats.

If this is confusing you, maybe a glance at Monday’s column will help you understand what we’re talking about.

Without further ado, here are the 33 Democrats in races where one candidate is currently considered to have at least a 60 percent chance of winning but less than 75 percent. Click on names to visit their Twitter pages, and then follow and support them. Some were on the toss-up list Monday but have moved since then.

Alyse S. Galvin, Alaska’s at-large.

Josh Harder, California’s 10th.

T.J. Cox, California’s 21st.

Katie Hill, California’s 25th.

Gil Cisneros, California’s 39th.

Harley Rouda, California’s 48th.

Diane Mitsch Bush, Colorado’s 3rd.

Nancy Soderberg, Florida’s 6th.

Kristen Carlson, Florida’s 15th.

Mary Barzee Flores, Florida’s 25th.

Carolyn Bourdeaux, Georgia’s 7th.

Sean Casten, Illinois’ 6th.

Betsy Dirksen Londrigan, Illinois’ 13th

Lauren Underwood, Illinois’ 14th.

Sharice Davids, Kansas’ 3rd.

Amy McGrath, Kentucky’s 6th.

Gretchen Driskell, Michigan’s 7th.

Elissa Slotkin, Michigan’s 8th.

Haley Stevens, Michigan’s 11th.

Dan Feehan, Minnesota’s 1st.

Kathleen Williams, Montana at-large.

Susie Lee, Nevada’s 3rd.

Xochitl Torres Small, New Mexico’s 2nd.

Anthony Brindisi, New York’s 22nd.

Linda Coleman, North Carolina’s 2nd.

Dan McCready, North Carolina’s 9th.

Aftab Pureval, Ohio’s 1st.

Danny O’Connor, Ohio’s 12th.

Scott Wallace, Pennsylvania’s 1st.

Elaine Luria, Virginia’s 2nd.

Abigail Spanberger, Virginia’s 7th.

Lisa Brown, Washington’s 5th.

Dan Kohl, Wisconsin’s 6th.

As stated above, some of these races sitting on the border of two fields are subject to moving. Just as some of the names above moved from toss-up to leaning since Monday, here are four races recently added to the toss-up category.

Katie Porter, California’s 45th.

Jared Golden, Maine 2nd.

Kara Eastman, Nebraska’s 2nd.

Tom Malinowski, New Jersey’s 7th.

As always, make sure you’re registered, vote early and take a friend.

Tomorrow, it begins to get real.

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