A pro-Republican super PAC is going after a group of first-term House Democrats for not condemning anti-Semitic rhetoric from far-left members of Congress, particularly after one dismissed the party’s fringier members as “doing what is right for their districts.”
Centrist Democrats are concerned the socialist label being applied to the party will turn away voters and place the House of Representatives back in the hands of the Republican Party.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said last week she was “100 percent” confident she would be speaker of the House come January, but two Democrats leading the campaign against her are as certain of new leadership, saying Tuesday they are also “100 percent confident” they can “forge new leadership.”
The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service says it has “no record” of anyone officially requesting Virginia Democrat Abigail Spanberger’s official personnel file, despite the 2018 congressional candidate claiming a researcher working on behalf of her campaign submitted the request in December 2017.