Boehner: 1 in 3 chance GOP loses House

Rick Moran
After a wave election like 2010, there are always several first termers who lose re-election, largely because they were victorious in districts heavily tilted toward the other side. This time it will be no different, and how those rookies take on their opponents in November - some of them running against the ex-congressman they unseated - will tell the tale as to whether the Republicans can keep control of the House. CNN: "We're looking at both sides of the coin," Cory Fritz told CNN. "Of course there is a chance that we could lose and we want to make sure we're doing everything we can so that our members have the resources they need so they can run and win." Fritz noted there's a perception among some supporters that the "House is kind of lock," but he stressed "it would be mistake for anyone to take that for granted." Supporters and donors have largely focused on the race for the White House and taking control of the Senate rather than House races. House Democrats would...(Read Full Post)

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