Republican Mike Conaway of Texas’ 11th congressional district has reportedly decided he will not run for re-election in 2020 expanding the retirement trend to 5 Republican members of the US House in the last couple of weeks.
The 11th district in west Texas has a Cook PVI of R+32 and is one of the most Republican in the country.
Jake ShermanVerified account @JakeSherman@JakeShermanThe GOP is losing some of its most well liked members. Roby. Mitchell. Conaway. Brooks. Olsen.
Retirements are again a problem for the House GOP
|ALCD-1||Byrne||Running for Senate||Safe R|
|AL CD-2||Roby||Retiring, Trump critic||Safe R|
|GA CD-7||Woodall||Retiring, “time for change”||Tossup|
|IN CD-5||Brooks||Retiring, “for family”||Lean R|
|MI CD-10||Mitchell||Retiring, “for family”||Safe R|
|MT All||Gianforte||Running for Gov.||Likely R|
|TX CD-11||Conaway||Retiring, lost chairmanship||Safe R|
|TX CD-22||Olson||Retiring, “for family”||Tossup|
|UT CD-1||Bishop||Retiring, lost chairmanship||Safe R|
|MI CD-3||Amash||Became Independent||Tossup|
|NC CD-3||open||Election 9/10/2019||Safe R|
|NC CD-9||open||Election 9/10/2019||Tossup|
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