Pelosi attack shocks country on edge about democracy threats
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, who is in office for 12 years, is a formidable force of American democracy. Her record of service is unmatched in Congress. She has been a strong, consistent progressive voice against excessive spending and a powerful, uncompromising advocate for the interests of working people.
She is also highly respected and admired by members of her party. She was the first person elected Speaker of the House of Representatives, the first woman to ever be elected President of the United States, and the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives. She is also the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives who has never been elected to a federal or state office.
She made her first speech in Congress on January 6, 1959 as a member of the California State Assembly, and currently serves on the House Committee on Rules and Procedures, where she chairs the Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections, and serves on the Committee on Appropriations. As a member of the House of Representatives, Pelosi has taken on great leadership roles and has always tried to bring about improvements in the lives and working conditions of constituents.
While making her transition from the California State Assembly to the U.S. House of Representatives, she also served as a member of President Jimmy Carter’s Agriculture Committee, which led to the signing of the Multi-Agency Coordination Act, commonly known as the Farm Act of 1984. The Farm Act was one of the most important pieces of legislation signed in the United States. The Act included the largest farm bill in the history of the United States, which was passed in 1984 and expired in 1990. It was the most far-reaching piece of legislation of the 20th century, and was one of the most significant pieces of legislation to come out of the Carter Administration, and the longest-lasting piece of legislation to be passed in the nation’s history.
In 2005, Pelosi was selected by President George W. Bush to serve as the chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, a position where she was responsible for crafting the $1.5 trillion economic stimulus bill signed into law by W. Bush during his second term of office.
Pelosi began her congressional career as a member of the