Trump to fundraise for 3 Republicans running for open seats: report

Trump to fundraise for 3 Republicans running for open seats: report

President TrumpDonald John TrumpBroward County official Brenda Snipes submits resignation after criticism Retired lieutenant general tears into Trump over attacks against Navy SEAL: 'Disgusting' Senate barrels toward showdown over Trump's court picks MORE will host a fundraiser Thursday in Washington, D.C., for three Republican House candidates, Politico reported Monday. 

The three candidates — Jay Webber of New Jersey, Ross Spano of Florida and Carol Miller of West Virginia — are all running for seats being vacated by Republican representatives.

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Webber, who is running against Democratic opponent Mikie Sherrill in the race to replace retiring Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) in New Jersey's 11th Congressional District, announced last week that Trump would be holding the fundraiser for him.

Politico reported Monday that the fundraiser will also be for Spano and Miller. 

Spano is running against Democratic opponent Kristen Carlson in the race for the seat representing Florida's 15th District. The seat is currently held by retiring Rep. Dennis RossDennis Alan RossFlorida New Members 2019 Ross Spano wins race to replace Dennis Ross in Florida House seat GOP limits Dem gains in Florida House seats MORE (R).

In the race for the seat representing West Virginia's 3rd Congressional District, Miller is facing off against Democrat Richard Ojeda. The winner will fill the seat vacated by former Rep. Evan JenkinsEvan Hollin JenkinsWest Virginia New Members 2019 Republican Carol Miller holds off Democrat in West Virginia House race Trump to fundraise for 3 Republicans running for open seats: report MORE (R), who resigned from the House this fall and was sworn in as a justice on West Virginia's Supreme Court of Appeals.

Prediction models, such as FiveThirtyEight's House forecast and the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, favor Democrats to win control of the House in next month's midterms. To do so, Democrats would need to pick up 23 seats.