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I first constructed this list months ago, choosing twenty vulnerable House Democrats who voted FOR final passage of health care reform -- and without being obstructionist on reproductive freedom issues this time or last time -- despite representing districts which lean Republican or are otherwise difficult for Democrats to defend. And with weeks to go before the election, they're all at risk of losing their seats.

These House members are worthy of your support to show that when they stand up and do the right thing, progressives will have their backs

They're ranked on this page from the most Republican district down towards the middle based on Cook's Partisan Voting Index. Each of them deserves some support today -- $5 each, $10, whatever you can do.

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** See below for why there's a twenty-first.

UPDATED October 15 with Cook Political Report's latest rankings for each seat



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Ann Kirkpatrick

AZ-01

Voted yes both times. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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F. Allen Boyd, Jr

FL-02

Flipped from a no in November to a yes in March. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Toss-up.

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Betsy Markey

CO-04

Flipped from a no in November to a yes in March. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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Harry Mitchell

AZ-05

Voted yes both times. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Toss-up.

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Gabrielle Giffords

AZ-08

Voted yes both times. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Toss-up.

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Suzanne Kosmas

FL-24

Flipped from a no in November to a yes in March. Is on Sarah Palin's target list. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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John Hall

NY-19

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Alan Grayson

FL-08

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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Mark Schauer

MI-07

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Scott Murphy

NY-20

Flipped from a no in November to a yes in March. COOK: Leans Democrat.

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Steve Kagen

WI-08

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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Bill Foster

IL-11

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Jerry McNerney

CA-11

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Melissa Bean

IL-08

Voted yes both times. COOK: Likely Democratic.

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Debbie Halvorson

IL-11

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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Tim Walz

MN-01

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Bill Owens

NY-21

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Democratic.

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Carol Shea-Porter

NH-01

Voted yes both times. COOK: Toss-up.

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Tim Bishop

NY-01

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Democratic.

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Mary Jo Kilroy

OH-03

Voted yes both times. COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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Tom Perriello

VA-05

Technically, Tom Perriello shouldn't be here: he voted for the Stupak Amendment the first time. But he has also voted for ACES and the stimulus bill despite being a freshman member in an R+5 district -- McCain and Bush both carried it -- so if you're willing to make one exception, Perriello is the exception you should make.

Also, he's on Sarah Palin's target list. . COOK: Leans Republican Takeover.

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