||Rep. Robert Aderholt
||Don Bevill, attorney
||Son of former representative Tom Bevill uses famous name to target weak first-termer.
||Rep. Brian P. Bilbray
||Christine Kehoe, San Diego city councilor
||Kehoe raising a bundle of money in aggressive challenge.
|Bob Greenlee, Boulder City Council member, is likely nominee
||Mark Udall, state representative, or Gene Nichol, former law school dean
||Greenlee fits this liberal-leaning district better than most Republicans.
||Quentin Kawananakoa, state House minority leader, is likely nominee
||Rep. Neil Abercrombie
||Abercrombie may pay price for Hawaii's poor economy.
|Mike Simpson, state House speaker
||Former representative Richard Stallings
||If any Democrat has a chance in conservative Idaho, it's Stallings.
||Mark Baker, former TV anchorman
||Rep. Lane Evans
||Tight rematch in this split district.
||Rep. John N. Hostettler
||Gail Riecken, Evansville city councilor
||Riecken's big bank account aimed at Hostettler's small electoral margins.
||Rep. Vince Snowbarger
||Dennis Moore, Johnson County district attorney, is likely nominee
||Even with a boost from Robert J. Dole, Snowbarger won with only 50 percent in '96.
|Gex "Jay" Williams, state senator
||Ken Lucas, Boone County judge
||Underdog Lucas hopes for upset by linking Williams to extreme right.
||Rep. Richard H. Baker
||Marjorie McKeithen, attorney
||McKeithen's political lineage and fund-raising will make Baker work.
|Attorney Delbert Hosemann and banker Phil Davis in June 23 runoff
||Ronnie Shows, state transportation commissioner
||Democrats like their conservative candidate for this quintessential southern seat.
|Heather Wilson, former state Cabinet secretary
||Phil Maloof, state senator
||June 23 special election gives Democrats a chance to close gap in House to 10 seats.
||Rep. Bill Redmond
||Tom Udall, state attorney general
||Freshman Redmond on the defensive in heavily Hispanic, Democratic-leaning district.
||Rep. Steve Chabot
||Roxanne Qualls, Cincinnati mayor
||Chabot ready for brawl with popular mayor.
||Nancy Hollister, lieutenant governor
||Rep. Ted Strickland
||Strickland's narrow margins in the past make him a prime target.
|Molly Bordonaro, consultant
||David Wu, attorney
||Liberal Republicans make this an unpredictable swing seat.
||Rep. Jon D. Fox
||Joe Hoeffel, county commissioner
||Bloody primary and weak finish in '96 make this a tough rematch for Fox.
|Patrick Toomey, businessman
||Roy Afflerbach, state senator
||With Rep. Paul McHale leaving, GOP finally has a shot in this classic swing district.
||Rep. Merrill Cook
||Lily Eskelsen, former education association president, is likely nominee
||Cook's slim margin in '96 gives Democrats a shot in the district they once held.
|Several candidates in Sept. 15 primary
||Brian Baird, college professor, is likely nominee
||Open seat and big GOP primary provides opportunity for Democrats.
|Paul Ryan, former Hill aide
||Lydia Spottswood, Kenosha City Council president, is likely nominee
||Demographics and money give Spottswood a shot against lesser-known Ryan.
||Businessman Chuck Dettman, state assemblyman Mark Green or Diabetes Resource Center founder Kerry Thomas
||Rep. Jay Johnson
||Johnson was a surprise winner in '96 and must solidify hold on this GOP district.