According to "Republican motions try to force freshman Democrats into difficult votes," by Kathleen Hunter, at CQPolitics 10/11, Rep Jason Altmire (D-04) is one of those in the hot seat.
Conscious of the political ramifications of appearing to entertain anything resembling a tax hike, 10 Democrats including eight freshmen backed a GOP motion calling for permanent repeal of the estate tax. The motion was defeated, 196-212, after a brief but intense lobbying blitz.
Here is where Altmire comes in:
Freshman Jason Altmire, D-Pa., said he is determined to avoid compiling a voting record that can be attacked as pro-tax. He faces a likely 2008 rematch with his 2006 opponent, three-term Republican Rep. Melissa A. Hart, a fiscal conservative who supported tax cuts and served on the Ways and Means Committee.
“I have a fairly conservative district,” said Altmire, who voted with Republicans on the estate tax motion. “I get asked a lot about taxes.”
He is the only PA congressional representative mentioned in the bill.