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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Democrats begin to see Pelosi as a 2018 problem


By McClatchy DC, Aug. 03, 2017

Nancy Pelosi might actually be in trouble.

In a survey of 20 Democratic House candidates, only one – a former Senate staffer from Orange County, California – would state support for the congresswoman staying on as leader of the House Democratic Caucus. Of the rest, 18 declined to say if Pelosi should keep her job, while one, a political newcomer from a culturally conservative Ohio district, said he would vote for someone other than Pelosi.


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1 comment:

  1. It's amazing and a bit heartening to see how long it has taken for this to occur to the Democratic party. It's sad, but Ms. Pelosi is showing signs of diminished capacity. She is helped by those around her, but she's having trouble figuring out if it's really afternoon, and has trouble marshaling other basic facts. It will only aid their enemies if she keeps getting re-elected and continuing to lead the House Democrats.

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