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Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

26 June 2017

"Here's this unknown guy running against as big of an establishment Republican as there is in Georgia, with all the name recognition and all the experience, and she still limps to a very narrow victory in a district that is normally as solidly Republican as you can find in the United States", he said.

Since 1990, she's raised more than $9.2 million for party candidates, including $739,000 in the 2016 election cycle, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks contributions from candidate committees and affiliated PACs. It was the most expensive House race in history.

"We need a winning strategy and I think the first step to getting to a winning strategy is a change in leadership", Rice told CNN's Chris Cuomo on "New Day".

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, in particular, has come under fire. Trump's tweet not only implies that Pelosi hurts the Democratic Party, but it also means Trump actually agrees with some Democratic leaders, including Rep. Tim Ryan.

"So for me, the fact that so much money came from outside the district is a red flag", Webb said. For Republicans, Pelosi is the symbol of all that is wrong with the Democratic party, and tying Ossoff to her political name helped spell an end for his unique campaign.

Led by Reps. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.), Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) and Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), at least some in the group believe Pelosi has to go in order for Democrats to have a chance to win the House back in November 2018.

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And after she predicted incorrectly that Democrats were poised to take back the House a year ago, some of Pelosi's colleagues feel that this time around, she needs to deliver.

At least a dozen Democrats attended the confab including Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond (La.), Tony Cardenas (Calif.), a member of House Democratic leadership, and Reps. His 2015-16 giving was well behind Pelosi a year ago, at $592,500.

Democrats slam the Republicans' health care proposal, which they've been drafting in secret. But to the extent that the Democrats use much of their energy bashing Trump, they are failing to connect with voters who aren't addicted to Beltway scandals. Pelosi claimed that "if you're a Republican this is not good news for you". Pelosi has led the Democratic caucus in the House since 2003, and in March said she would have retired had Hillary Clinton won the election.

"She's less popular than Donald Trump in my district", Ryan told CNN's Don Lemon.

Pelosi allies have pushed back at the blame game, and pointed to the improvement Democrats had in other special elections in Kansas, Montana and SC as evidence that their efforts to harness the resistance against Trump was working. "The bill Republicans announced today is even worse than expected and by far the most harmful piece of legislation I have seen in my lifetime", Sanders said in a statement.

Rice's criticisms have been joined by a couple other Democrats. "Pelosi is the gift that keeps on giving". "We know how to run against a Nancy Pelosi-run party", he added.

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"God knows he has enough people fighting him", she said.

"I think I'm worth it", she said.

"We need leadership change", Kathleen Rice, a representative from NY, declared on CNN.

They believed they could switch moderate Republican voters to vote for a Democratic candidate and mobilize Independents by spouting a progressive message, which is philosophically antithetical to the values held by most voters - such as limited government due to a fear of government encroachment and excessive regulation - as well as utopian ideas about society, which many frankly believe are unrealistic.

In the Georgia election, Republicans used a tactic they've been using for years, setting up the liberal Pelosi as a villain who needs to be stopped.

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Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many