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Pelosi 'Not Nervous' About Dems Losing Elections

Sunday, 01 Aug 2010 04:31 PM

 

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's "not nervous at all" about the possibility that Democrats could lose their House majority after the November elections.

She says she feels "very confident about where we are" when it comes to the election. Still, the California Democrat says her party isn't taking anything for granted.

Democrats face voter unrest over the economy and high unemployment. They also must deal with the fallout over ethics charges against Democratic Reps. Charlie Rangel of New York and Maxine Waters of California.

Pelosi was interviewed for ABC's "This Week."

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