"We'll see. We'll see what happens when the election's over and we'll look at the leadership," Mr. Murphy told the Albany Times Union editorial board this week. "I think that I haven't spent any time working on that issue. I'm really focused on getting through this election season and figuring out where we go from there."
A growing list of House Democrats are expressing reservations about supporting Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House, with freshman New York Rep. Scott Murphy the latest to say he won't commit to voting for the Californian for the House's top post after the Nov. 2 midterm elections.