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Republicans lost seven House districts in California in 2018 — some in dubious circumstances that involved so-called “ballot-harvesting.” But the party plans to target those same districts in 2020, hoping the Democrats move so far left that suburban and rural voters come back to the GOP.
The seven targeted districts are: CA-10 (Josh Harder), CA-21 (T.J. Cox), CA-25 (Katie Hill), CA-39 (Gil Cisneros), CA-45 (Katie Porter), CA-48 (Harley Rouda), and CA-49 (Mike Levin).
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Democrats successfully targeted each of the districts in 2018, where Hillary Clinton had won the presidential vote in 2016 but Republicans had held onto their seats. They out-spent and out-organized their rivals, benefiting from the millions dropped on key races late in the election by billionaire Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor now considering a run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination himself.
Democrats also used “ballot harvesting,” a newly-legal but highly controversial practice through which third parties can collect unlimited numbers of mail-in ballots and deliver them to the polls.
Press-Enterprise - Newspaper - Friday
The Press-Enterprise, a Southern California-based newspaper, reported Friday:
The seven districts – five of which are in Southern California – are a significant portion of the 55 Democrat-held congressional seats Republicans...
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