U.S. House Democrats push back leadership vote - Democratic aide | Reuters
WASHINGTON Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday moved to postpone a vote on their next leader until Nov. 30, a Democratic aide said
WASHINGTON Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday moved to postpone a vote on their next leader until Nov. 30, a Democratic aide said. House Democrats had been set to vote on Thursday, but current House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi told the caucus that the vote would be moved, according to the aide.
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