Take Action North Carolina

NC-01 (Davis), NC-06 (Manning), NC-13 (Nickel)

North Carolina in 2024 remains a crucial battleground, a microcosm of the broader national political landscape. Traditional party lines blur as issues like education, healthcare, abortion, and environmental concerns take center stage Candidates are navigating a terrain shaped by North Carolina's demographic shifts, as the influx of younger and more diverse residents introduce unpredictability.

The battle for House seats in NC echoes this complexity, with candidates reflecting the shifting and nuanced preferences of a changing state. Every U.S. House seat matters in 2024. And in North Carolina, the winnable seats include races of these incumbents: Don Davis (NC-01), Kathy Manning (NC-06), Wiley Nickel (NC-13), Jeff Jackson (NC-14)

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COMPETITIVE HOUSE RACES

StateDistrictIncumbentParty in PowerPartisan LeanCook RatingPrimary Date$ Raised (Rep)
AlaskaAK-00Mary PeltolaDR+8Lean D20-Aug
ArizonaAZ-01David SchweikertRR+2Tossup19-Mar
ArizonaAZ-06Juan CiscomaniRR+3Tossup19-Mar
CaliforniaCA-13John DuarteRD+4Tossup05-Mar
CaliforniaCA-22David ValadaoRD+5Tossup05-Mar
CaliforniaCA-27Mike GarciaRD+4Tossup05-Mar
CaliforniaCA-41Ken CalvertRR+3Tossup05-Mar
CaliforniaCA-45Michelle SteelRD+2Lean R05-Mar
CaliforniaCA-47Open (Porter)DD+3Lean D05-Mar
ColoradoCO-03Lauren BoebertRR+7Tossup25-Jun
ColoradoCO-08Yadira CaraveoDEVENTossup25-Jun
ConnecticutCT-05Jahana HayesDD+3Lean D13-Aug
FloridaFL-05John RutherfordRR+11*Tossup20-Aug
IllinoisIL-17Eric SorensenDD+2Lean D19-Mar
IndianaIN-01Frank J. MrvanDD+3Lean D7-May
IowaIA-03Zach NunnRR+3Lean R4-Jun
LouisianaLA-05Julia LetlowRR+17Tossup5-Nov
MaineME-02Jared GoldenDR+6Tossup18-Jun
MichiganMI-07Open (Slotkin)DR+2Tossup6-Aug
MichiganMI-10John JamesRR+3Lean R6-Aug
NebraskaNE-02Don BaconREVENLean R14-May
NevadaNV-03Susie LeeDD+1Lean D11-Jun
New JerseyNJ-07Thomas Kean Jr.RR+1Tossup4-Jun
New MexicoNM-02Gabe VasquezDD+1Tossup04-Jun
New YorkNY-03OPEN -- (Santos)RD+2Lean D25-Jun
New YorkNY-04Anthony D'EspositoRD+5Tossup25-Jun
New YorkNY-17Mike LawlerRD+3Tossup25-Jun
New YorkNY-18Pat RyanDD+1Lean D25-Jun
New YorkNY-19Marc MolinaroREVENTossup25-Jun
New YorkNY-22Brandon WilliamsRD+1Tossup25-Jun
North CarolinaNC-01Don DavisDD+2Lean D05-Mar
North CarolinaNC-06Kathy ManningDD+4Tossup05-Mar
North CarolinaNC-13Wiley NickelDR+2Tossup05-Mar
North CarolinaNC-14Jeff JacksonDD+6Tossup17-May
OhioOH-01Greg LandsmanDD+2Lean D19-Mar
OhioOH-13Emilia SykesDR+1Tossup19-Mar
OregonOR-05Lori Chavez-DeRemerRD+2Tossup21-May
PennsylvaniaPA-07Susan WildDR+2Tossup23-Apr
PennsylvaniaPA-08Matt CartwrightDR+4Tossup23-Apr
VirginiaVA-07Open (Abigail Spanberger)DD+1Lean D18-Jun
VirginiaVA-02Jen KiggansRR+2Lean R18-Jun
WashingtonWA-03Marie Gluesenkamp PerezDR+5Tossup8/6/2024
WisconsinWI-03Derrick Van OrdenRR+4Lean R06-Aug
MichiganMI-08Open (Kildee)DR+1Lean D06-Aug

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  • Davis is serving his first term in Congress after serving in the North Carolina State Senate. Graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy, he earned the rank of captain in the Air Force. His top priority in the House is to expand access to affordable health care because it is vital to keeping rural hospitals open.
  • Manning, who won reelection in North Carolina’s newly redrawn 6th CD, is the granddaughter of immigrants who fled religious persecution. After graduating from Harvard and the University of Michigan Law School, she became an immigration attorney. In Congress she has introduced bills to make health care more affordable, to lower the cost of prescription drugs, to create jobs and bolster United States manufacturing, and to invest in education.
  • Nickel was elected in 2022. Prior to entering Congress, he served as North Carolina State Senator, attorney, and small business owner, as well as working in the Obama administration. Losing his father to lung cancer at a young age, Nickel sets access to health care as a top priority.

Redistricting disputes in North Carolina could shape the 2024 race for control of the US House. In fact, the gerrymandered lines have already claimed one casualty – current U.S. Rep. Jeff Jackson. Jackson, a former attorney and Army veteran now in his first term, is not running for reelection. Instead, Jackson is seeking the post of state attorney general.

Overall, the NC 2024 Congressional elections promise to be closely contested races. At present, the GOP holds seven seats, while the Democratic Party holds seven seats as well. The election results could have a significant impact on the balance of power in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Coordinator(s):
Jeff Blum
James Arena-DeRosa

Local Organization(s):
All in for NC

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