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The most vulnerable 2024 incumbents, so far

Political Theater, Episode 290

Rep. Mike Lawler is among a group of New York Republicans who won in 2022 in districts who voted for Joe Biden in 2020, a dynamic that has landed them on Roll Call's most vulnerable incumbents list.
Rep. Mike Lawler is among a group of New York Republicans who won in 2022 in districts who voted for Joe Biden in 2020, a dynamic that has landed them on Roll Call's most vulnerable incumbents list. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

It is a Roll Call tradition: identifying the most vulnerable House and Senate incumbents each election cycle. And for our first look at the franchise for the 2024 cycle, we will discuss with Roll Call Politics Editor Herb Jackson the 20 on the hot seat whom we have put on the list.

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