2020 House Ratings

Goal thermometer

Based on fundraising, demographic changes, and electoral performance, these 60 Seats are considered the most competitive:


Likely Republican

AK AL – Young (R)

AZ 06 – Schweikert (R)

CA 01 – LaMalfa (R)

CA 04 – McClintock (R)

CA 22 – Nunes (R)

CA 50 – Hunter (R)

CO 03 – Tipton (R)

FL 18 – Mast (R)

IN 05 – Open (Brooks-R)

IA 04 – King (R)

MI 06 – Upton (R)

MN 08 – Stauber (R)

MO 02 – Wagner (R)

NY 01 – Zeldin (R)

NY 02 – King (R)

NY 21 – Stefanik (R)

NY 23 – Reed (R)

NC 13 – Budd (R)

OH 12 – Balderson (R)

OH 14 – Joyce (R)

PA 16 – Kelly (R)

SC 02 – Wilson (R)

TX 02 – Crenshaw (R)

TX 03 – Taylor (R)

TX 06 – Wright (R)

TX 25 – Williams (R)

TX 31 – Carter (R)

VA 01 – Wittman (R)


Leans Republican

FL 15 – Spano (R)

FL 16 – Buchanan (R)

IL 13 – Davis (R)

MN 01 – Hagedorn (R)

MT AL – Open (Gianforte-R)

NE 02 – Bacon (R)

NY 24 – Katko (D)

NC 09 – Bishop (R)

OH 01 – Chabot (R)

TX 10 – McCaul (R)

VA 05 – Riggleman (R)

WA 03 – Herrera Beutler (R)


Toss Up

CA 48 – Rouda (D)

GA 06 – McBath (D)

GA 07 – Open (Woodall-R)

IL 14 – Underwood (D)

IA 03 – Axne (D)

ME 02 – Golden (D)

MI 03 – Amash (I)

MN 07 – Peterson (D)

NM 02 – Torres Small (D)

NY 11 – Rose (D)

NY 22 – Brindisi (D)

NC 02 – Holding (R)

OK 05 – Horn (D)

PA 01 – Fitzpatrick (R)

PA 10 – Perry (R)

SC 01 – Cunningham (D)

TX 21 – Roy (R)

TX 22 – Open (Olson-R)

TX 24 – Open (Marchant-R)

UT 04 – McAdams (D)


Leans Democrat

AZ 01 – O’Halleran (D)

CA 10 – Harder (D)

CA 21 – Cox (D)

CA 39 – Cisneros (D)

CA 45 – Porter (D)

FL 26 – Mucarsel-Powell (D)

IA 01 – Finkenauer (D)

IA 02 – Open (Loebsack-D)

KS 03 – Davids (D)

MI 08 – Slotkin (D)

MN 03 – Phillips (D)

NV 03 – Lee (D)

NJ 02 – Van Drew (D)

NJ 03 – Kim (D)

NJ 07 – Malinowski (D)

NY 19 – Delgado (D)

PA 07 – Wild (D)

PA 08 – Cartwright (D)

TX 07 – Fletcher (D)

TX 23 – Open (Hurd-R) - Dem Gain

TX 32 – Allred (D)

VA 02 – Luria (D)

VA 07 – Spanberger (D)


Likely Democrat

AZ 02 – Kirkpatrick (D)

CA 25 – Hill (D)

CA 49 – Levin (D)

CO 06 – Crow (D)

FL 13 – Crist (D)

FL 27 – Shalala (D)

IL 06 – Casten (D)

MI 11 – Stevens (D)

MN 02 – Craig (D)

NV 04 – Horsford (D)

NH 01 – Pappas (D)

NJ 05 – Gottheimer (D)

NJ 11 – Sherrill (D)

NY 18 – Maloney (D)

PA 17 – Lamb (D)

WA 08 – Schrier (D)

WI 03 – Kind (D)



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