HOUSE RACES TO WATCH There are 24 toss-up races Watch them closely tonight to see which way the election is going District Republican Recent Polls Democrat Gil Cisneros Harley Ronda Katie Porter Kristen Carlson California California California Florida Florida Georgia Illinois lowa Kansas Kentucky 39th Young Kim 506 494 Dana Rohrabacher 08 45th 15th 26th 6th 6th 3rd 2nd Mimi Walters Ross Spano Carlos Curbelo Karen C Handel Peter J Roskam David Young Steve Watkins 497 503 504 496 501 499 Debbie Mucarsel-Powell 493 507 495 505 472 488 478 479 482 486 477488 502 498 483 492 505 495 Xochitl Torres Small Lucy McBath Sean Casten Cindy Axne Paul Davis Amy McGrath Jared Golden Dan Freehan Andy Kim Bruce Poliquin Jim Hagedorn Tom MacArthur Yvette Herrell John Faso Claudia Tenney Mark Harris Mark Callahan Brian Fitzpatrick John Culberson 2nd Minnesota New Jersey New Mexico New York New York North Carolina Oregon Pennsylvania Texas Virginia Virginia Washington Wisconsin 3rd 2nd 19th 22nd 9th 5th 492 Antonio Delgado 506 494 Anthony Brindisi 487 483 477 481 498 502 510 490 Lizzie Pannill Fletcher Dan McCready Kurt Schrader Scott Wallace 7th Denver Riggleman 499 501 Leslie Cockburn 491 482 Abigail Spanberger 498 502 491 477 7th David Brat Dino Rossi Bryan Steil Kim Schrier Randy Bryce Unbiased America 8th KR BREAKING NEWS REPUBLICANS GET A BIG HOUSE VICTORY IN KENTUCKY From Roll Call Kentucky Republican Andy Barr has survived a competitive challenge from Marine veteran Amy McGrath who raised record sums of money as a House candidate and whose viral videos captured national attention With 94 percent of precincts reporting Barr led McGrath 51 percent to 48 percent when The Associated Press called the 6th District race McGrath a retired Marine fighter pilot made a splash last year with an introductory video about the letters she wrote to members of Congress asking them to change the law so that women could fly in combat Despite not being the favorite of national Democrats she won the May Democratic primary defeating Jim Gray the Lexington mayor and the 2016 Senate nominee She went on to raise nearly $8 million by the end of the pre-general reporting period on Oct 17 But that wasn’t enough to hold off Barr a three-term incumbent running in a district that President Donald Trump won by 15 points in 2016 Barr used all the money McGrath raised to argue that she was a liberal outsider who only recently moved into the Lexington-based district McGrath responded to those attacks by playing up her military service Republicans also seized on audio leaked from a Massachusetts fundraiser in which McGrath bragged about being progressive “I am further left I am more progressive than anyone in the state of Kentucky” she was heard saying in the audio Barr’s ads repeatedly played up his ties to the district One of his final spots alluded to the migrant caravan traveling through Central America — a favorite recent topic for Trump — to attack McGrath on immigration accusing her of supporting “open borders” SOURCE httpwwwrollcallcomnewspoliticsamy-mcgraths-millions-werent-enough-unseat-andy-barr Meme
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