Rep. Mike Ross (D-Ark.) has added his name to the growing list of Democrats who say they will not support Nancy Pelosi in her bid to be minority leader.

"I will not support or vote for Nancy Pelosi for House Democratic Leader or any other leadership position in the 112th Congress," Ross, a member of the Blue Dog Coalition, said in a statement Friday. “I have always been committed to favoring compromise and bipartisanship over ideology and party discipline. I have never answered to any party leader and I never will.”

So far, Democratic Reps. Larry Kissell (N.C.), Jason Altmire (Pa.), Dan Boren (Okla.), Heath Shuler (N.C.) and Jim Matheson (Utah) have indicated they will not support Pelosi following Tuesday's stunning wins by the GOP.

"I don't think it's likely that I would support her were she to run for minority leader," Altmire said Thursday on Fox News. "I don't know who the other candidates are going to be, but if she is one of the candidates, I probably won't vote that way."