According to Real Clear Politics, a swing of 17 seats from the Democratic party of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the Republican party, which has become the pro-life party, could change the leadership of the House of Representatives.
Among the 53 Congressional seats in California there are four close races three of which are rated too close to call by the website Politico.
The 21st Congressional District, which includes the San Joaquin Valley towns of Coalinga, Delano, Hanford, and part of Bakersfield, is contested by Democrat T.J. Cox, and Republican David Valadao. According to OpenSecrets.org, Cox has raised $2,884,487, Valadao $2,419,085.
The 25th Congressional District, which includes Simi Valley, Santa Clarita, and Palmdale was won by GOP first-timer Mike Gonzalez by nearly ten percent in a May 12 special election over former assemblywoman Christy Smith. The district went for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The 39th Congressional District, which includes parts of Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernadino counties, is contested by Democrat Gil Cisneros, who beat GOP incumbent Young Kim by 3 percent in 2018. Cisneros has raised $2,560,380; Kim who has gathered $3,119,784. Politico rates this race as “leans Dem.”
The 48th Congressional in Orange County features a race between Democrat Harley Rouda, who won the seat in 2018 by percent, and Michelle Steele, a Korean-American who served as Orange County Supervisor. Rouda has raised $3,666,755; Steel $3,364,716.