Incumbents currently hold two of the seats; the other two will be filled with newcomers to Congress.
A sharply divided U.S. House of Representatives faces numerous challenges, from addressing inflation and immigration to protecting civil liberties, voting rights and the environment. Members are elected to two-year terms and paid $174,000 annually. The general election is Nov. 8.
Republican Laurel Lee and Democrat Alan M. Cohn bring very different life experiences and agendas to this race, and on balance, Lee is the better pick.