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Michael Bennet


Jonathan has known Michael for nearly 20 years; he's one of the most thoughtful people we've ever encountered in public service. Right-wingers are targeting him in an attempt to turn Colorado red. He's been a leader in the fight for health reform and financial reform.

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Betsy Markey


As a freshman representing a conservative rural district, Markey cast an extremely courageous vote in favor of health reform -- a vote that will help her constituents but has made her a prime national target. She needs to know that being courageous will bring her support.

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Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee

In 2011, every state legislature in the country will reapportion its Congressional seats. 'Nuff said.

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Joe Garcia


This is a tough election cycle, but we still need to play offense, and the FL-25 district is a great opportunity. The district is tilting Blue, so much so that its Republican incumbent is now running in another district. If elected, Joe Garcia will become the first Cuban-American Democratic House member from Florida. That's an important development to support for this year and for Florida in the future.

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Ami Bera


Bera's race is another prime opportunity for a pickup. Whereas Bera is a respected physician with deep roots in this Sacramento-area district, the Republican incumbent is Dan Lungren, a carpetbagger who moved here to run for Congress, and earlier had been a right-wing member of Congress from Long Beach (and also a notoriously incompentent California attorney general). Bera's campaign is one of the best in the country.

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Jerry McNerney


There aren't too many swing districts in California, but the 11th, based in Danville and Pleasanton, is one of them. 2006 saw McNerney knock off notorious incumbent Richard Pombo, the polluters' best friend. McNerney is a wind power engineer who has become a leading voice fighting for renewable energy. Let's keep him in Congress.

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Jack Conway Debt Retirement


Conway is Kentucky's Attorney General and is running against Rand Paul, the fake libertarian Tea Partier who thinks that the Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional. This is a race where the GOP candidate is so extreme that the Democrats have a chance at a pickup in a Republican year. And it's a relatively inexpensive media market where small contributions can make a big difference.

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Colleen Hanabusa


This is a Democratic seat that became a Republican one a few months ago due to (unfortunately familiar) Democratic division. Now the Democrats are unified behind Hawai'i Senate President Hanabusa. It represents a great opportunity for Democrats to offset GOP gains elsewhere in the country -- but only if the campaign gets funding.

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Joe Sestak


Sestak is a former Vice Admiral and national security staffer for Bill Clinton, who knocked off right-wing Congressmember Curt Weldon in 2006. Now, he's trying to move up to the Senate, against Club-For-Growth Plutocrat Pat Toomey. This is one of the most hotly contested Senate races in the country, and one where shadowy right-wing groups are dumping millions into the race. We need to keep pace.

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Scott McAdams


Tea Party candidate and GOP nominee Joe Miller is already measuring the drapes for his Senate office -- he admitted as much on Twitter. Incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski is running an independent campaign because she thinks she owns the seat. Democrat McAdams, an actual small-town mayor, thinks that the race should be about Alaska, not the candidates' sense of entitlement. Polls are swinging wildly here because of an inexpensive media market and a high percentage of independent voters. We've got a real shot at this one.

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