This article published by Open Secrets is by Taylor Giorno and Keith Newell. Here is an excerpt:
Republicans only need to flip six seats to regain a majority in the House, and 42 remain uncalled as of Thursday morning. Democrats have flipped six Republican-held seats , according to POLITICO. The GOP has flipped formerly Democratic 16 seats – although it is in danger of losing the seat held by firebrand conservative Rep. Lauren Boebert (R–Colo.).
Five of the seats flipped by GOP candidates are rated toss-ups by the Cook Political Report, including four in New York. In a stunning upset on Tuesday, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D– N.Y.) lost his unexpectedly tight House race against Republican nominee Mike Lawler in New York’s 17th Congressional District.
But despite the defeat of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chair, Democrats have performed better than expected in the House, defying predictions of a “red wave” of Republican victories.
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