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Yet again, Democrats focus on CW Bill Young's seat

30

November

Politico reports that national Democrats see the Pinellas County congressional seat held by CW Bill Young as one of the four most vulnerable Republican-held seats in the country. Unstated is that that depends entirely on the 81-year-old Indian Rocks Beach Republican retiring.

Politico: Democrats plan to begin unveiling candidates by early spring, just as the new session of Congress gets under way.

Party leaders say they are focusing on around 50 Republican seats in 2014 — particularly those in areas where Obama performed strongly in his two elections. Israel identified the four most vulnerable as Ohio Rep.-elect David Joyce, Illinois Rep.-elect Rodney Davis, Florida Rep. Bill Young and California Rep. Gary Miller.

Democrats plan to begin unveiling candidates by early spring, just as the new session of Congress gets under way.

Party leaders say they are focusing on around 50 Republican seats in 2014 — particularly those in areas where Obama performed strongly in his two elections. Israel identified the four most vulnerable as Ohio Rep.-elect David Joyce, Illinois Rep.-elect Rodney Davis, Florida Rep. Bill Young and California Rep. Gary Miller.



Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/84360.html#ixzz2DiQKPf6R

 

Democrats plan to begin unveiling candidates by early spring, just as the new session of Congress gets under way.

Party leaders say they are focusing on around 50 Republican seats in 2014 — particularly those in areas where Obama performed strongly in his two elections. Israel identified the four most vulnerable as Ohio Rep.-elect David Joyce, Illinois Rep.-elect Rodney Davis, Florida Rep. Bill Young and California Rep. Gary Miller.



Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/84360.html#ixzz2DiQKPf6R

 

 

[Last modified: Friday, November 30, 2012 9:24am]

    

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