California - US House of Representatives

Background Information

With your help, we flipped seven California Congressional districts from red to blue in 2018, but we can’t take the California Seven for granted. These are still purple districts that we are only “renting,” which means we have a lot of work to do to make sure our freshman Democratic incumbents are reelected in 2020. Not to mention, there are several Republican districts left to be flipped throughout the state as well! If Democrats are going to keep our House majority in 2020, it starts right here in California.

Our Candidates

CA 10: Rep. Josh Harder

Josh Harder represents California’s 10th district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as EVEN between Democrats and Republicans.

CA 21: Rep. TJ Cox

TJ Cox represents California’s 21st district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as +5 in favor of Democrats.

CA 25: Rep. Katie Hill

Katie Hill represents California’s 25th district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as EVEN between Democrats and Republicans.

CA 39: Rep. Gil Cisneros

Gil Cisneros represents California’s 39th district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as EVEN between Democrats and Republicans.

CA 45: Rep. Katie Porter

Katie Porter represents California’s 45 district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as +3 in favor of Republicans.

CA 48: Rep. Harley Rouda

Harley Rouda represents California’s 48th district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as +4 in favor of Republicans.

CA 49: Rep. Mike Levin

Mike Levin represents California’s 49th district, which was a Republican district before 2018. Cook PVI rates this district as +1 in favor of Republicans.

CA 50: Ammar Campa-Najjar

Ammar Campa-Najjar is running to unseat Republican Duncan Hunter Jr. in CA 50. Ammar ran the closest race ever against Hunter in 2018, falling short by just 4 points.

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