More Democratic House Candidates Consider Disavowing Pelosi

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"I don't think he ran against me the entire time", the California Democrat said at a news conference on Capitol Hill.

Republicans continue to use Pelosi in campaigns; the party attempted to tie Pennsylvania Democrat Conor Lamb to Pelosi in that state's Tuesday special election. Democrat Conor Lamb looks poised to hold on to his narrow victory over Republican Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania.

"One candidate in Texas went out and said he would not be for me and he came in fourth, he came in fourth so let's not read too much in to this", she said.

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Nancy Pelosi is saying she's not at all concerned about challenges to her leadership.

In a campaign ad, Lamb very clearly distanced himself from Pelosi.

It has been long assumed that if the Democrats take back the House in the fall election, Pelosi, who served as Speaker from January 2007 to January 2011, and who has served as Minority Leader since January 2011, would automatically be selected by her colleagues as the new Speaker in the 116th Congress that convenes in January 2019.

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That sounds like a radical thing to say, but the truth is that we have zero evidence that it actually changes any votes when every Republican candidate shouts "My opponent is just a puppet of San Francisco liberal Nancy Pelosi!".

Pelosi's number 2 in Democratic House leadership is Steny Hoyer, who wants the leadership position. "I think that we have an important case to make that they're coming after me because of my city and they're against LGBT and they're against poor children - that's been my mantra - the poor children in America that I'm here to support". Bill PascrellWilliam (Bill) James PascrellLawmakers call on Trump to preserve NAFTA Dems vow to repeal parts of GOP tax law Shutdown fight turns ugly as both sides dig in MORE (D-N.J.).

Other Democrats have said challenging Pelosi is the key to their party taking back the House in the 2018 midterms, Politico reports. "I think they need to get a new game book". "I think he ran on his positive agenda protecting Medicare - preeminently that - being there for working families, very strong support from labor".

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This will be the modus operandi for Democrats running in swing districts and in Republican districts, according to one campaign manager for a Democratic candidate running in such a district. This is part of a bankruptcy of the Republican Party. "They're devoid of ideas about how they're going to meet the needs of the American people, so it's an ad hominem [attack]". Win or lose, they're in active discussions to ditch Pelosi as leader and replace her with a fresh face.

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