The first, represented by Democratic Rep. David Cicilline, went for Joe Biden 64-35 after backing Hillary Clinton 61-35 in 2016, whereas the 2nd, occupied by Democratic Rep. Jim Langevin, supported Biden by a smaller 56-43 margin. That, nevertheless, was a much bigger enchancment on Clinton’s 51-44 win 4 years in the past. (Click here for a full-size version of our map of those outcomes.)
Each members of Congress simply received reelection—Cicilline did not even face a Republican opponent. Nevertheless, in the event that they had been to face off in a 2022 major, the vocally progressive Cicilline would seemingly have the benefit over the extra conservative Langevin, who describes himself as “pro-life.” Langevin may therefore prefer a different race, such because the open-seat contest for governor, which could host a extra crowded major that would enable somebody with a profile like his to win with only a plurality.
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