Political pundits consider 64 House seats, including nine members of the Manufactured Housing Congressional Caucus, the most competitive congressional races in the 2010 Election cycle. Click here for the list.
For Republicans to take back the House of Representatives, they need to pick-up a NET of 39 seats on Election Night. If Democrats are able to win three or four GOP seats, as the strategists project, then Republicans must win 42 or 43 Democratic seats.
Presently, 21 GOP House members who lost reelection bids in 2006 are plotting their 2010 comebacks.
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