March 22nd, 2010
07:13 AM ET
4 years ago

Health care vitals: Tight races

Washington (CNN) - Sunday's votes on the Senate health care reform plan will likely play a big role in the congressional midterm elections this November. The issue may have the biggest impact on the most competitive House races, listed below.

Democrats in Toss-up Re-election Races
(as defined by the Cook Political Report, 3/18/2010)

 

			Senate
			Vote
			3/21/2010
Travis Childers	MS-1	N
Steve Driehaus	OH-1	Y
Alan Grayson	FL-8	Y
Baron Hill 	IN-9	Y
Mary Jo Kilroy	OH-15	Y
Frank Kratovil	MD-1	N
Betsy Markey	CO-4	Y
Walt Minnick	ID-1	N
Alan Mollohan	WV-1	Y
Glenn Nye 	VA-2	N
Tom Perriello	VA-5	Y
Mark Schauer	MI-7	Y
Carol Shea-Porter	NH-1	Y
Harry Teague	NM-2	N
Dina Titus	NV-3	Y

Filed under: 2010 • Health care • Health care vote count
soundoff (One Response)
  1. The Clear Thinking Independent Voter

    As an independent, I hold a mirror up to these types of stories ...

    Am I to conclude that no REPUBLICANS, in districts won by President Obama, are VULNERABLE?

    Why all the focus on just the DEMOCRATS? Seems like bias to me and I'm sure others whether they speak up or not.

    March 22, 2010 09:16 am at 9:16 am |