SACRAMENTO -- Though California is dominated by Democrats, the state is poised to once again be a key battleground in determining which party controls the House of Representatives in 2014.
Democrats picked up four seats in the state in 2012, buoyed by newly drawn districts and President Obama's landslide in the state.
However, Republicans are hoping to win back some of those seats in 2014, taking advantage of typically smaller and more conservative voter turnout in a non-presidential year.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Tuesday released a list of 26 potentially vulnerable incumbents nationwide. The list includes five California Democrats.
Currently, 38 of the state's 53 members of Congress are Democrats.