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Six months out, why these congressional incumbents are vulnerable

Political Theater, Episode 250

Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, from the perennial swing state of Nevada, is among the most vulnerable Senate incumbents.
Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, from the perennial swing state of Nevada, is among the most vulnerable Senate incumbents. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

As the November midterm elections continue to come into focus, several Senate and House incumbents are vulnerable in their bids for reelection. Some are Democrats in danger of getting caught up in a GOP wave. Some are Republicans facing tough primary challenges. And some are just plain unique. The CQ Roll Call political team breaks it down in this episode of Political Theater. 

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