Democrats endorse ‘fearless leader’ Nancy Pelosi to remain as speaker

House Democ­rats on Wednes­day vot­ed to renom­i­nate Speak­er Nan­cy Pelosi (D‑Calif.) to con­tin­ue in her posi­tion next year despite los­ing seats in the Nov. 3 election.

Pelosi, 80, has clashed with younger left-wing law­mak­ers includ­ing New York Rep. Alexan­dria Oca­sio-Cortez, 31, who want Democ­rats to embrace sin­gle-pay­er health care and dra­mat­ic envi­ron­men­tal reform, and she still must win an ear­ly Jan­u­ary vote in the more nar­row­ly divid­ed House.

“Con­grat­u­la­tions to @SpeakerPelosi, once again elect­ed by House Democ­rats to be our fear­less leader and nom­i­nee for Speak­er of the House for the 117th Con­gress!” tweet­ed the House Demo­c­ra­t­ic Caucus.

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