Rep. Nancy Pelosi, 83, has declared that she will run suddenly and will do so until she passes away or becomes Sen. Dianne Feinstein, maintaining the age average of the younger Democrat House delegation members. It took a lot of effort to also persuade her to resign from her position of authority, but she isn’t really quitting. The San Francisco Democrat and the second female speaker of the House announced to volunteers on Friday that she would run for reelection in 2024, extending her 36-year tenure in office and freezing her would-be California successors in a long-standing holding pattern.
” Our City needs us more than ever to promote San Francisco values and hasten our recovery.” America must demonstrate to the rest of the world that our flag is also flying, with liberty and justice for ALL. That is why I am seeking reelection, and I humbly request your support ,” Pelosi wrote soon after on Friday.
Pelosi promised to run once at a breakfast for volunteers at the lodge of the neighborhood plumbers’ and pipefitters’ union close to downtown San Francisco. According to a close adviser who was given anonymity to speak openly, she chose that location because she wanted to inform her” closest supporters” in labor first. Plumbers are Pelosi’s staunchest supporters, and you’ll believe anything if you think that. She quickly clarified that she was actually running because she can make a lot of money after claiming that pipefitters were her main source of support. Rep. Nancy Pelosi revealed to a reporter on Friday that her main goal in seeking the presidency is to support Democrats, including herself.
The 83-year-old California representative said her experience in Congress is a significant asset for raising money when speaking with Politico.
She continued,” For the House Democrats, though, I needed to be able to still raise a sizable sum of money for them as candidates. It’s not the plumbers who are contributing” major money.” The money pipeline, which includes Pelosi for the San Francisco region and Schumer for Manhattan, was once strongly reflected in the leadership of the parliamentary Democrats. Pelosi’s main point is that she needs to remain in office in order to continue serving as a party bagwoman. Is there anything more motivating than that?
Rep. Nancy Pelosi has announced she will run again until she dies, or becomes Sen. Dianne feinstein. She was forced to step down, but she’s not leaving.
“Now more than before, our City needs us. We need to promote San Francisco values and help our recovery. Our country needs America’s help to show the world our flag, which still stands for liberty and justice. It is for this reason that I am running for re-election – and respectfully request your vote”, Pelosi wrote shortly after.
Pelosi announced her re-election at a breakfast near downtown San Francisco at the local union of plumbers and pipefitters. According to a close advisor who spoke candidly and was given anonymity, she chose this venue to inform her “closest labor supporters” first. Pelosi’s biggest supporters are plumbers, so if you believe them, you will believe anything. She explained shortly after claiming her base of supporters was pipefitters that she was running to make big bucks. Nancy Pelosi said to a reporter on Friday that she is primarily running for office in order to raise money for her and other Democrats.
The 83-year old representative from California told Politico that her experience in Congress was a great asset when it came to raising money.
She added, “For the House Democrats though, I had to be able still to raise significant money for [them] as a candidate.” It ain’t plumbers who put in “significant money”. Pelosi and Schumer, the congressional Democrat leaders, used to closely represent the money pipeline. They were responsible for the San Francisco region, while Schumer was responsible for Manhattan. These are some of largest sources of political funding flowing into races across the country.