U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has been a popular target for the Republicans to keep the hope of the party, the majority before the mid-term elections.
A first-time candidate of the Democrats in search of flip-Washington state U.S. house seat appeared to distance leader Nancy Pelosi during a private fundraiser in the Seattle-area, earlier this month.
A spokeswoman for Kim Schrier, who is running against Republican Dino Rossi for the 8. Constituency seat of outgoing U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert, R-Auburn, was recently asked whether or not the candidate at a fundraiser in support of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
The spokeswoman Katie Rodihan, responded with a reference to U.S. Rep. Susan DelBene, the Finance Chairman of the DCCC, also houses reported a similar fundraiser each year, the Seattle Times.
“I think that Suzan DelBene was Nancy Pelosi that said here for a fundraiser,” Rodihan. “We are not in Nancy Pelosi ‘ s money. We were not the hosts of the event, a part of it.”
Democrat Kim Schrier is running against Republican Dino Rossi for the 8. Constituency seat in Washington state.
When a reporter expressed Rodihan to the question, you said Schrier has stopped, and it had not plan on your time, until you have been asked to have an appearance at the last minute by DelBene.
Schrier can’t money under Pelosi’s, but the DCCC has spent around $1.5 million, to help her in the form of negative TV ads against Rossi.
Pelosi, D-Calif., the house Minority Leader, has to bind to a lightning rod for Republicans, the search, and their Democratic candidates, much in the same way, the running Democrats with the Republicans for the office and President of the Trump.
“Kim Schrier Nancy Pelosi would support that, and raise taxes on hardworking middle-class families,” said Michael Byerly, a spokesman for the Congressional Leadership Fund, a Republican political-action committee, spent more than $850,000 in support of Rossi. “Washington families have deserved better than Kim Schrier.”
She is also a criticism of his own party.
Rodihan, said Schrier did not want to be dragged into a debate on Pelosi until after the midterm elections, but has said it is open for the new leadership in the Democratic party.
“I see the party change a lot … I think that the management must, according to the new party, and that probably means that it’s not Nancy Pelosi,” Schrier said in July. “I think that it would be nice, a woman in a leadership position. She is the only woman in a leadership position, but I think that the management really needs to reflect this, new energy, future-oriented party.”
Pelosi said in previous interviews that the calls from some for you to renounce your role in the party because of sexism.
She always has defenders, and raised million for the DCCC.
The fundraiser in the US state of Washington, drew 70 guests and raised $900,000, a Pelosi spokesman, told the Times.