- The Washington Times - Sunday, November 2, 2014

In a final fundraising appeal Sunday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi warned that the election could be a ‘catastrophe’ for Democrats facing major losses in both chambers of Congress.

In a last-ditch effort to raise funds for Democratic candidates heading into Tuesday’s election, the California congresswoman appealed to the purse strings of liberal voters. Quoting Politico, Mrs. Pelosi said that Republican candidates have raised “millions of dollars of TV advertising time” in districts Democrats easily held in the 2012 election.  

Mrs. Pelosi warns voters that the GOP is poised to have the greatest majority in the House since President Herbert Hoover was in the White House over 80 years ago.

Mrs. Pelosi’s appeal is part of an overall 11th-hour money grab by both parties, with some ads even resorting to “shame tactics,” as The Times reported last week

 

 

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