Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

WASHINGTON (AP) - Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is telling Democrats that next year could be the year they take back control of the House.

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has hindered the ability of Democratic congressional candidates to win office in many parts of the country. "I don't know how many 'moral victories' the Democrats are going to be able to stomach before they realize it's time to actually start winning". 'I believe she is not the leader for the future of the Democratic Party.

"So you want me to sing my praises, is that what you're saying?" the California Democrat remarked dismissively to reporters when asked why she should stay on as leader.

"We need leadership change, "New York Democratic Rep. Kathleen Rice recently told CNN".

"What's really important is that Donald Trump has seized the narrative back, that he's doing better with the voters than Democrats think he is", he said.

Democrats' decisive Tuesday night loss in Georgia's special election - a race into which they poured tens of millions of dollars to make it the most expensive House race in us history - is leaving Democrats to strategize a path forward for the 2018 midterm elections. An examination of all the special elections shows that the Democrats have added to Hillary Clinton's gains in well-educated districts and even won over some white working-class voters, which the former Democratic candidate struggled with, Vox reported.

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I wrote yesterday about how the special counsel's investigation of President Trump now dominates the media and political culture. Democrats need to pick up 24 House seats to retake the majority.

"I love the fray", Pelosi said.

But Pelosi continues to command great loyalty from many in the House, and she insisted her position was not in jeopardy. Calling herself a "major legislator", she defended her 30-year career. "Ossoff will vote with Pelosi", some of those ads said. "But she certainly is one of the reasons".

Her victory Tuesday over Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia's 6th Congressional District means Republicans held all four of their seats that were up for grabs in special elections this spring.

But as Democrats are eager to point out, there are many more districts _ anywhere from 71 to 94, depending on how it's calculated _ that are more competitive than Georgia's 6th District. Lake, the GOP consultant, predicted Handel would face a primary but she'd easily dispatch her challengers. "Do you think people went to the polls and said, 'Oh my God, we've got to stop Nancy Pelosi?' I don't think so", said Rep. John Larson, D-Conn.