Coming into 2010, we're seeing a lot of discontentment over the recent legislation passed by Congress. In fact, Gallup and Rasmussen both show general trends towards people wanting to vote Republican this year. That's good! We can turn this momentum into a big win this year if we keep focused and try to put forth our best candidates. So here are some lists of Democrats in positions that could (possibly) be vulnerable in the midterm elections this year.
List of Representatives:
Bobby Bright (AL), Harry Mitchell (AZ),
Betsy Markey (CO), Chris Murphy (CT),
Suzanne Kosmas (FL), Alan Grayson (FL),
John Barrow (GA), Walt Minnick (ID),
Mark Schauer (MI), Chris Van Hollen (MD),
Frank Kratovil (MD), Travis Childers (MS),
Larry Kissell (NC), Earl Pomeroy (ND),
Paul Hodes (NH), Carol Shea-Porter (NH),
John Adler (NJ), Harry Teague (NM),
Dina Titus (NV), Michael Arcuri (NY),
Eric Massa (NY), Mike McMahon (NY),
Scott Murphy (NY), Paul Tonko (NY),
John Boccieri (OH), Steve Driehaus (OH),
Mary Jo Kilroy (OH), Jason Altmire (PA),
Chris Carney (PA), Kathy Dahlkemper (PA),
Paul Kanjorski (PA), [the late] John Murtha (PA),
Chet Edwards (TX), Gerry Connolly (VA),
Glenn Nye (VA), and Tom Perriello (VA).
List of Senators:
Blanche Lincoln (AR), Barbara Boxer (CA) ,
Michael Bennet (CO), Chris Dodd (CT),
Beau Biden (DE), Daniel Inouye (HI),
Roland Burris (IL), Evan Bayh (IN),
Kent Conrad (ND), Byron Dorgan (ND),
Harry Reid (NV), and Arlen Specter (PA).
It's open season. Let's get to it.