Pelosi on Record Number of Republican Women Elected: ‘That Doesn’t Mean We Have Shared Views’

The num­ber of new pro-life Repub­li­can women elect­ed to Con­gress last week more than dou­bles the total num­ber of pro-life GOP women in the House in 2021.

At a Capi­tol Hill press con­fer­ence on Fri­day, House Speak­er Nan­cy Pelosi (D‑Calif.) was asked whether she agrees with Repub­li­cans who are call­ing it the year of the Repub­li­can women because of the record num­ber of GOP women elect­ed to Congress.

While Pelosi said she’s excit­ed to have more women in the Con­gress, “that doesn’t mean we have shared views.”

“I’m excit­ed that we have more women in Con­gress. That doesn’t mean we have shared views, but hope­ful­ly, we can find com­mon ground on some issues that relat­ed to domes­tic vio­lence, of course, how the women’s cau­cus in a bipar­ti­san way came togeth­er in the begin­ning,” she said.

“Issues that relate to teen preg­nan­cy have been a bipar­ti­san focus over time, reduc­ing that, so let’s see. Let’s be opti­mistic, and let us see, but I con­grat­u­late and wel­come each and every one of them,” the speak­er said.


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