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Democratic lawmaker criticizes party brand, Pelosi

25 June 2017

Several congressmen have gone so far as to suggest that Pelosi ought to step down and allow the party to rebrand itself moving forward.

While Karen Handel's election to Congress on Tuesday night cheered Republicans, Democrats should be encouraged by their performance in the Georgia special election and in their performance in the other four House contests this year, according to a new analysis. "But she certainly is one of the reasons".

"Nancy Pelosi was a great speaker". She has been a successful fundraiser since she joined the leadership team in 2002.

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. "If we don't, then I think it's incumbent upon her and all of us to reassess who our leadership should be". "We just don't have either one of those in the present leadership".

The fight for the Senate seat, deep in the heart of conservative country is a setback for Democrats who were hoping to make this election a referendum on the Donald Trump presidency, which is widely unpopular. For his part, Ryan hasn't said that Pelosi should step down, but he does say he is very concerned about the obvious decline of the Democratic brand.

Watters pointed out that President Trump has often said that under his administration, the U.S.is going to win so much that Americans are going to be sick of winning. "It's time for a new generation of leadership". Ossoff weathered a barrage of TV ads tying him to Pelosi, and featuring caricatures from Pelosi's San Francisco district.

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Rep. Tim Ryan (R-OH), who challenged Pelosi for the leadership past year, said on CNN: "The brand is just bad". Do Democrats have a bigger problem than their leadership?

"Of course I'm open to a meeting" with Pelosi", Moulton said.

"Oh my gosh. Ugh", Handel said to Elliot about running again in a short matter of time.

Some are insisting that Democrats must draw brighter contrasts with Republicans if they plan to regain control of the House in the 2018 midterm elections.

In an interview, Ryan explained that Republicans are using Pelosi in ads to attack Democratic candidates in district races, like they did against Jon Ossoff in Georgia. That's why Nancy Pelosi and her allies are pouring millions into his campaign.

Let the Monday morning quarterbacking begin in the wake of a Republican victory in Georgia's 6th Congressional District.