Your DGB for this weekend is to elect California democrats to the House of Representatives.
California districts 4, 22, and 50 look like safe bets for the republicans, whereas 7 and 24 will remain blue. That leaves a sizeable seven seats we can flip from red to blue this November.
In California, the primaries have already taken place, so we know the matchups for each race, and it looks pretty good.
If you are looking to donate or volunteer, find flippable seats and their candidates below:
California 10: Incumbent Jeff Denham (R) will face Josh Harder (D)
California 21: Incumbent David Valadao (R) is up against TJ Cox (D)
California 25: Incumbent Steve Knight (R) is challenged by Katie Hill (D)
California 39: With Ed Royce retiring, Young Kim (R) and Gil Cisneros (D) will face off for this seat
California 45: Incumbent Mimi Walters (R) will contend with Katie Porter (D)
California 48: Incumbent Dana Rohrabacher (R) has to get past Harley Rouda (D)* to keep his seat
California 49: Retiring incumbent Darrell Issa (R) will leave Diane Harkey (R) and Mike Levin (D) to battle for the seat
*This primary race is still being certified. As of this Grab, Rouda was ahead of fellow Democrat Hans Keirstead.