Next Tuesday's House primaries are action-packed. Two sets of incumbents are facing off in Illinois: Democratic Reps. Sean Casten vs. Marie Newman in the suburban Chicago 6th CD, and GOP Rep. Rodney Davis vs. Trump-endorsed Rep. Mary Miller in the Downstate 15th CD. Meanwhile in Mississippi, GOP Reps. Michael Guest (MS-03) and Steven Palazzo (MS-04) are at runoff risk for very different reasons. CO-03: Lauren Boebert (R) - Grand Junction, Pueblo Solid Republican. The gun-wielding, incendiary freshman is being challenged in the GOP primary by Montrose rancher and state Sen. Don Coram, who touts that in the legislature he "didn't tweet 10 times a day" or "try to get on TV" and is "tired of watching people tear us apart." But he entered June at an 18-to-1 cash disadvantage, and if Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's 70 percent primary win is any indication, the GOP base will be fine with Boebert. The Democratic primary frontrunner is renewable energy businessman and former Aspen Councilman Adam Frisch. But redistricting did Democrats no favors, moving this Western Slope seat from Trump +6 to Trump
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