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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., seen here during a House Intelligence Committee hearing in 2019, rejects the conventional wisdom that House Democrats will likely lose their majority next November. Yara Nardi/Getty Images hide caption

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How House Democrats' Campaign Chief Plans To Defy History In 2022

Republicans need to gain just five seats in next year's midterm elections to take control of the U.S. House. It's New York Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney's job to make sure that doesn't happen.

COVID-19 patients receive treatment at the St. Luke Foundation for Haiti hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on July 16. The country received its first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine doses that month. Ricardo Arduengo/Reuters hide caption

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A Bright Spot Amid Haiti's Woes: Its 1st Mass Rollout Of COVID Vaccines

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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., seen here during a House Intelligence Committee hearing in 2019, rejects the conventional wisdom that House Democrats will likely lose their majority next November. Yara Nardi/Getty Images hide caption

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Yara Nardi/Getty Images

How House Democrats' Campaign Chief Plans To Defy History In 2022

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