Strong, battle-tested incumbents key to Democrats’ path to majority
Today, the DCCC announced members of the Frontline program for the 2024 election cycle.
“House Democrats are well positioned to take back the House in 2024, thanks in large part to our tremendous slate of Democrat incumbents who tirelessly advocate for their communities and continue to put People over Politics,” said DCCC Chair Suzan DelBene. “House Republicans have shown voters their caucus is more concerned with political investigations, empowering extremists, and seeking power for themselves, than working to improve the lives of everyday families – and that will stand in clear contrast to the formidable Democratic Frontliners. Democrats will have great offensive opportunities in 2024, and holding onto these seats is key to our path to reclaiming the majority.”
Frontline is the DCCC’s battle-tested program to provide Democratic Members of Congress from competitive seats the resources to execute effective reelection campaigns. This cycle, 29 incumbent Members of Congress have been named to the program after 53 Democrats in competitive seats won their elections, overperforming nearly every expectation in 2022.