Will Hurd finds himself thrust into the national spotlight in a tight race.
House Democrats are struggling in districts where President Obama is unpopular.
New rankings from The Hill list all 50 states from red to blue.
The DCCC is chipping in another $1.3 million to protect vulnerable incumbents.
Mike Lillis 10/23/14 10:14 AM EDT
Republicans might even lose seats, said Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.).
Nick Rahall is running away from Obama, but is happy to embrace Manchin.
"It doesn't matter ... it's law," the Florida congressman said.
Rep. Ami Bera (D-Calif.) has emerged as one of this year’s most vulnerable incumbents.
The vulnerable Democrat hits his opponent's party-switching past.
The DCCC is adding roughly $2 million to defend incumbents and open House races.