This is the final in a series of race rundowns designed to give subscribers a quick snapshot of what's happening in each district in 2020. Throughout the cycle, watch for our analysis of the most closely-fought races in our competitive race overviews and on our individual race pages. And, be sure to bookmark our ratings to keep track of the latest changes.
WA-01: Suzan DelBene (D) - Northwest: Redmond, Kirkland, Lake Stevens Solid Democratic. DelBene, a former Microsoft executive, was once a Republican target. But the leftward shift of the Seattle suburbs has taken this district off the map. Hillary Clinton won 54 percent to 38 percent in 2016, and DelBene won't have any problems in 2020. WA-02: Rick Larsen (D) - Puget Sound: Everett, Bellingham Solid Democratic. Larsen once occupied a true swing district, but 2011 redistricting removed most of the Republican areas of the 2nd CD and centered it on liberal Everett. Larsen didn't even have a Republican opponent in 2018 and isn't in any danger this fall. WA-03: Jaime Herrera Beutler (R) - Southwest: Vancouver, Longview,
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