Washington (CNN) - The CNN 100, a list of the nation's 100 most vulnerable House races, has been updated to reflect the latest developments in the battle to control the chamber this November.
Democratic incumbents Ed Perlmutter of Colorado and Nick Rahall of West Virginia trade places, with Rahall returning to the CNN 100 after a brief hiatus and Perlmutter dropping off.
The CNN 100 is comprised of 85 Democratic seats, 15 of which are open seats and another 70 with incumbents running for re-election. There are 15 Republican seats in the CNN 100, 5 open seats and 10 incumbent races.
The updated list can be viewed here. The latest changes are detailed below:
RETURNING TO THE CNN 100:
WV-03 Rep. Nick Rahall (D)
DROPPED FROM THE CNN 100:
CO-07 Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D)
Democrats blew it. Not only did they show that – with FULL CONTROL of the Executive and legislative branches of government – they couldn't lead this country to prosperity, but they showed that they prefer to rule America. They passed garbage legislation without any input from the other party and against the majority of American. They forced through bills that hurt the economy and contained hidden agenda items.
Although I feel that Obama has been more of a puppet for Unions and George Soros, he is responsible for job loss, tripling our debt, and overloading our welfare system.
Democrats had their chance, but with the ineptness of Reid, Pelosi and Obama, they blew it. Time to take the power away and rework the mess they they signed into law.
just make sure when the dust settles that the GOPers have no leverage