Can some explain what it means to live in a competitive congressional district vs. a non-competitive district? I would think anytime there are more than 5 candidates seeking an appointment and nomination that would be considered competitive. I know the big and populated states are considered competitive but within these states there are many districts due to political beliefs, social and economic make-up etc.,that have less candidates seeking noms and appointments. Even if you live in a non-competitve district, if there are more than 2 candidates doesn't one get thrown into the NPL anyway? Thank you for explaining!