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Nancy Pelosi Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives

    Nancy Pelosi chaired the California Democratic Party from 1981 to 1983. Pelosi was first elected dean of the Congressional Delegation to California in the 1987 special election. After redrawing district boundaries after the 1990 census, she represented the 8th district (1993–2013).

    Nancy Patricia Pelosi became the first female Democratic leader of the House of Representatives and the first female Speaker of the House in 2003. She has served twice as House Minority Leader (2003–2007 and 2011–2019) and House Speaker (2007–2011 and 2019–present).

    Nancy Pelosi’s Early Life and Career

    Nancy Pelosi was born on March 26, 1940, in Baltimore, Maryland. She was known as Nancy D’Alessandro during her childhood days. Her father served in Congress and was mayor of Baltimore for 12 years, and Her brother Thomas has also served as mayor of Baltimore.

    Nancy Pelosi moved to Washington, D.C., in 1962. Graduated from Trinity College. At Trinity College, she met Paul Pelosi, who later married and moved to San Francisco. They had five children: Nancy Corinne, Christine, Jacqueline, Paul, and Alexandra.

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    Nancy Pelosi began her political career as a volunteer for the Democratic Party. Pelosi served as the California representative of the Democratic National Committee from 1976 to 1996. She also served as the state and northern president of the California Democratic Party.

    Nancy Pelosi enters Congress

    In 1987 Nancy Pelosi won a special election for California’s Eighth District, which includes San Francisco. She has served as a member of the House of Representatives on the Appropriations Committee and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

    Nancy Pelosi also did much work towards human rights and the environment, with special initiatives for health research and other health care and housing programs. When Pelosi was elected as the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives in 2002, she became the first woman in history to earn the honor. In the 2006 midterm elections, Pelosi was elected the first woman to hold the Speaker of the House.

    Nancy Pelosi welcomes the winner of Congress Art Competition 2022

    Nancy Pelosi participates in the Congressional Art Competition of Artistic Discovery. This art competition allows members of Congress to celebrate and display artistic talent from their Congress district. Pelosi welcomed Alexander Tseng, winner of the 2022 Congressional Arts Competition for California’s 12th District. Alexander will be displayed as a “front line worker” at the Cannon Tunnel in the US Capitol for one year.

    Nancy Pelosi Contact Details

    Nancy Pelosi Contact Details are as follows:

    Office Location1236 Longworth H.O.B.
    Washington, DC 20515
    Phone(202) 225-4965
    HoursMonday to Friday 9:00am-5:30pm
    District Office Location90 7th Street
    Suite 2-800
    San Francisco, CA 94103
    District Office Phone(415) 556-4862
    District Office HoursMonday to Friday 9:00am-5:30pm

    Nancy Pelosi departs Taiwan after visit

    Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan has ended, and she has left for South Korea after departing Taiwan on Wednesday.

    FAQs

    What is the Net Worth of Nancy Pelosi?

    Nancy Pelosi has an estimated net worth of $135 million.

    What is the salary of Nancy Pelosi?

    Nancy Pelosi receives a salary of $210,000 for her role as a Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives.

    How old is Nancy Pelosi?

    Nancy Pelosi is 82 years old.

    What is the name of Nancy Pelosi’s husband?

    Nancy Pelosi’s husband’s name is Paul Pelosi.

    Where is Nancy Pelosi going?

    Nancy Pelosi departed Taiwan on Wednesday after meeting with the president and other officials on a visit to Taiwan. Following the Taiwan visit, Pelosi and five other members of Congress are on visits to South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan.

    What are the names of Nancy Pelosi’s children?

    Nancy Corinne, Christine, Jacqueline, Paul, Alexandra

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