“As Nancy Pelosi continues to pull her smaller and weaker caucus of House Democrats to the far left, we are going to make sure that these vulnerable Democrats are held responsible for their disastrous policies,” said Katie Martin, the communications director for the Washington-based committee, referring to the House minority leader.
Peters’ being targeted “isn’t news to us,” his district Chief of Staff MaryAnne Pintar told City News Service.
“We’re a classic swing district and we’re always going to have a tough race,” Pintar said.
“Representative Peters remains focused on growing our economy, being a great representative, and giving top-notch constituent service. This is the best way to earn the voters’ trust, support and re-election.”
Peters was re-elected to a second term in November, defeating former San Diego Councilman Carl DeMaio by 51.6 percent of the vote to 48.4 percent.
— City News Service
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