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New York

NY-01: Lee Zeldin (R) - Eastern Long Island: Brookhaven, Smithtown Likely Republican. Zeldin is a true Trump Republican in a district that Trump carried by 12 points, but traditionally this has been a swing district. Democrats face a dilemma between nominating wealthy lending executive Perry Gershon, who can self-fund and ended 2017 with $812,000, or Suffolk County Legislator Kate Browning, whose profile as a former school bus driver may better fit the seat. Either way, it's potentially competitive.

NY-02: Peter King (R) - South Shore Long Island: Islip, Babylon Solid Republican. King's willingness to criticize his own party on news shows has made him highly popular back home: in 2016, he won reelection by 25 points as President Trump won

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