Contact Nancy Pelosi | Democratic Speaker of the House
Nancy Pelosi Contact & Bio Information
Born 03/26/1940 (Age 82)
Contact Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D) by her email address, mailing address, DC office phone number, campaign website, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:
DC Phone Number: 202-225-4965
Notable Speaking Engagements by Nancy Pelosi
Nancy Pelosi Congress Details
Years in Congress: 01/03/2003 - Present
Nancy Pelosi History
Speaker of the House (01/03/2019 - Present)
House Leader (01/03/2011 - 01/03/2019)
Speaker of the House (01/04/2007 - 01/02/2011)
House Leader (01/03/2003 - 01/02/2007)
College Attended: Trinity Washington University ('62)
Degrees Earned: Bachelors Degree Political Science (62)
Prior Occupations: Consultant
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke at the 2020 Democratic National Convention where she delivered a forceful rebuke of President Trump and Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, saying “[A]s Speaker, I’ve seen firsthand Donald Trump’s disrespect for facts, for working families, and for women in particular — disrespect written into his policies toward our health and our rights, not just his conduct” before pivoting to encouraging every eligible voter to vote for Joe Biden for President this November.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled to the public a $2.5 trillion virus economic stimulus plan outside of her office on Capital Hill. Her speech followed a Senate measure that stalled which triggered a sell-off in U.S. equities markets. The bill she unveiled, if passed would render aid to American workers who were fired, laid off, or were put on leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was interviewed by CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" via phone. She discussed the bipartisan stimulus package that would help to counteract the economic downturn due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The bill proposed would help U.S. citizens affected by the outbreak. She said it was not only good for American workers, but also good for the economy and the country as a whole. She stressed that the focus should be on the American workers, not just the corporations that employed them.