Pelosi to announce plans for future role

Pelosi to announce plans for future role

New York City : NY : USA | Nov 14, 2012 at 6:08 AM PST
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Associated Press Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi says she'll announce Wednesday whether she'll continue in her current position or step down after her party failed to gain the 25 seats it needed to win the House majority.  When a few undecided races are called, Democrats will gain less than half of that... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
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