These are the Democrat members of Congress most vulnerable to defeat in 2014, and they are seats likely identified by Republicans as seats they can win in their effort to maintain or extend their majority in Congress. Most of these members of Congress are vulnerable to defeat because they were elected in Republican-leaning districts are are becoming more Republican in their voting patterns in recent elections. If Republicans can win these five congressional race, they stand a good chance of expanding their majority in Congress.
Most of these members are also first term members of Congress. In many instances, the best chance of defeating a member of Congress before they become too entrenched as incumbents is the first time they run for reelection. One of these members of Congress, Carol Shea-Porter from New Hampshire, was elected in 2006 and reelected in 2008, only to be defeated in 2010 and then come back to get elected against in 2012.
All five of them are running for reelection and are more likely than not, to no longer be members of Congress next year.
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