September 24, 2023
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U.S. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is running for re-election

Nancy Pelosi, chair of the U.S. House of Representatives and the most powerful woman in Washington, announced her candidacy for re-election to Congress on Tuesday (25).

The 81-year-old legislator spoke about the interim legislative elections in which US President Joe Biden is in danger of losing the Democratic majority he enjoys in Congress.

“Our democracy is in danger, no less,” the California state candidate stressed in a video posted on Twitter, recalling the attack on the Capitol by supporters of Donald Trump and the restrictions imposed on voting access in some Republican states.

“But, as we say, we will not regret it, we will act,” Pelosi declared, having been in Congress since 1987 and knew first-hand the nuances of power.

That is why he announced that he will contest the election again.

Pelosi, however, showed prudence about his desire to be in the House of Representatives. The Democratic Left Party has been pushing for a change of leadership for years.

Nancy Pelosi, considered a moderate in her San Francisco constituency, is responsible for implementing Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan, similar to Barack Obama’s health reform.

Conservatives, however, condemn the arrogance of this woman, the wife of businessman and millionaire Frank Pelosi.

During the four years that Donald Trump was president, he assumed the role of the main opponent of the Republican leader. In a magnificent gesture, Pelosi tore up Union State’s last speech in February 2020 from the then White House tenant.

Nancy Pelosi, a mother of five, was born on March 26, 1940, in Baltimore to a Spanish-American Catholic family. His father and brother were mayors of this large industrial city in the northeast of the country.