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Hakeem Jeffries Announces His Bid to Replace Nancy Pelosi As Speaker of the House

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Hakeem Jeffries Announces His Bid to Replace Nancy Pelosi As Speaker of the House

Hakeem Jeffries Announces His Bid to Replace Nancy Pelosi As Speaker of the House

Hakeem Jeffries Announces His Bid, to Replace Nancy Pelosi, As Speaker of the House.

CNN reports that Democrats in the House appear poised to choose New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries as their pick to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

CNN reports that Democrats in the House appear poised to choose New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries as their pick to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

The potentially historic decision would make Jeffries the first Black person to lead a party in Congress.

The potentially historic decision would make Jeffries the first Black person to lead a party in Congress.

On November 18, Jeffries announced his bid to become the next House Democratic leader, promising to empower and protect his colleagues while also expanding their ranks.

Our top non-governmental priority, for the sake of the American people, must be retaking the majority in November 2024, Hakeem Jeffries, House Representative of New York, via CNN.

Jeffries' bid has already been backed by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, as well as Pelosi herself.

Jeffries' bid has already been backed by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, as well as Pelosi herself.

Jeffries' bid has already been backed by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, as well as Pelosi herself.

In a statement on November 18, Pelosi gave her blessing to three representatives seen as the next generation of Democratic leaders: Jeffries, Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Peter Aguilar of California.

In a statement on November 18, Pelosi gave her blessing to three representatives seen as the next generation of Democratic leaders: Jeffries, Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Peter Aguilar of California.

In a statement on November 18, Pelosi gave her blessing to three representatives seen as the next generation of Democratic leaders: Jeffries, Katherine Clark of Massachusetts and Peter Aguilar of California.

A new day is dawning — and I am confident that these new leaders will capably lead our Caucus and the Congress, Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Speaker of the House, via CNN.

In his announcement letter, Jeffries praised the party's past leadership while acknowledging that... .

... more must be done to combat inflation, defend our democracy, secure reproductive freedom, welcome new Americans, promote equal protection under the law and improve public safety throughout this country, Hakeem Jeffries, via announcement letter.

... more must be done to combat inflation, defend our democracy, secure reproductive freedom, welcome new Americans, promote equal protection under the law and improve public safety throughout this country, Hakeem Jeffries, via announcement letter.

CNN reports that Jeffries appears to have widespread support among Democratic members of the House and is favored to succeed Pelosi.

CNN reports that Jeffries appears to have widespread support among Democratic members of the House and is favored to succeed Pelosi


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