Pelosi's Future: A count of Dems who will support her and those who will not

Democrats who WON'T back Pelosi:

•    Ala. Rep. Bobby Bright: “I am not going to vote for Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House. Neither the leader of the minority party, John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerBoehner says it's Democrats' turn for a Tea Party movement House Republicans find silver lining in minority Alaskan becomes longest serving Republican in House history MORE, nor the present speaker, will get my vote. I will vote for someone, a centrist, who is much more like me.”
•    Ga. Rep. Jim Marshall: “My candidate’s going to be somebody who’s a centrist, preferably somebody who’s going to be speaker of the entire House”
•    Miss. Rep. Gene Taylor: “I will not be voting for her again.”
•    N.C. Rep. Mike McIntyre: “From what we're hearing, she's probably not going to run for speaker again. And if she does, I'm confident she's going to have opposition, and I look forward to supporting that opposition.”
•    Pa. Rep. Jason Altmire: Next Congress would “certainly necessitate new leadership in the Speaker’s position.”

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Candidates:
•    (Ala.-05) Steve Raby supports Rep. Allen Boyd for House Speaker.
•    (La-03) Ravi Sangisetty: "I believe Washington is broken, and it's time for new blood.”
•    (Mich.-03) Patrick Miles: “It’s time to have a leader of the House of Representatives who can heal the partisan divide… Nancy Pelosi is not the person to do that.”
•     (Mo.-07) Scott Eckersley will not support Pelosi or BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerBoehner says it's Democrats' turn for a Tea Party movement House Republicans find silver lining in minority Alaskan becomes longest serving Republican in House history MORE. “Frankly anyone who wants to raise the age on Social Security I'm not in favor of.”
•    (S.C.-02) Rob Miller: “We all know Washington is broken, and I hold Nancy Pelosi accountable for that”
•    (Tenn.-06) Brett Carter: “Voters in my district believe that you [Pelosi] do not represent their values”
•    (Tenn.-08) Roy Herron: “Roy would not be supporting either Nancy Pelosi or John Boehner for Speaker of the House. Neither of them are in the common sense center.”
•    (Utah-03) Karen Hyer: “I think it's time for new leadership in Washington.”

Democrats who say they MIGHT not back Pelosi:

•    Ark. Rep. Mike Ross: “No candidates for leadership positions, including Speaker of the House, have announced for the 112th Session of Congress.”
•    Ga. Rep. John BarrowJohn Jenkins BarrowRepublican wins Georgia secretary of state runoff to replace Kemp The most important runoff election is one you probably never heard of Our democracy can’t afford to cut legal aid services from the budget MORE: “November is a long way off. Congressman Barrow doesn’t even know who’s running.”
•    Idaho Rep. Walt Minnick: "I'm going to have to see who's running."
•    Ill. Rep. Bill FosterGeorge (Bill) William FosterPelosi joins other Dem leaders in support of Chicago Symphony Orchestra strikers This week: Shutdown showdown looms over new Congress Dem calls for closing lawmaker gym, sauna during shutdown MORE
•    Ind. Rep. Baron Hill says he wants to wait to see who is running.
•    Ind. Rep. Joe DonnellyJoseph (Joe) Simon DonnellyLobbying World Lobbying World Overnight Energy: Trump taps ex-oil lobbyist Bernhardt to lead Interior | Bernhardt slams Obama officials for agency's ethics issues | Head of major green group steps down MORE didn't want to make any "pre-judgments."
•    Md. Rep. Frank Kratovil: “I do think that leadership-wise the Democratic party would be better if in some of the leadership positions there were some more moderate people.”
•    Miss. Rep. Travis Childers: “I'd like to see somebody more moderate in that role. I'd like to see a Blue Dog, quite frankly, because I agree with them on most of the issues.”
•    Mo. Rep. Ike Skelton: Declined to say if he would support her. “I’m not associated with her. She’s the speaker, but I’m an independent voice.”
•    N.C. Rep. Heath Shuler: Told constituents perhaps jokingly he might consider running for speaker himself.
•    N.Y. Rep. Mike McMahon: “It's hard to answer a hypothetical question when you don't know who the candidates are, you don't know if she's running again.”
•    N.Y. Rep. Scott Murphy: "We'll see. We'll see what happens when the election's over and we'll look at the leadership.”
•    Ohio Rep. Zack Space: “It’s inappropriate to commit because we don’t know who’s going to be running, whether she’s going to be running, whether she’s going to have opposition.”
•    Ore. Rep. Peter DeFazio: “any time you suffer big losses in business or politics, you need to step back and ask if we need to make some changes.”
•    Pa. Rep. Mark Critz: “I’ve never voted for Nancy Pelosi before, but I’m concentrating on my race.”
•    S.D. Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin: "I don't know who will be running," she said. "I haven't made any commitments."
•    Texas Rep. Chet Edwards: "No commitments."
•    Utah Rep. Jim MathesonJames (Jim) David MathesonTrump EPA eases standards for coal ash disposal Utah redistricting reform measure likely to qualify for ballot Trump's budget targets affordable, reliable power MORE: “If someone challenges her within the caucus that is more moderate in their views, that is someone I would take a serious look at.”

Candidates:
•    (Ark.-01) Chad Causey: “No one has my vote for speaker, and quite frankly, voters are talking to me about jobs and our economy here in Arkansas.”
•    (Ark.-02) Joyce Elliot: “I don’t know; it depends on who’s running and I keep hearing rumors that other folks may run.”
•    (N.H.-02) Annie Kuster: “The answer is that I don’t know, honestly at this point... I may very well vote for her.”
•     (Ind.-03) Tom Hayhurst: “There will be at least a couple hundred potential candidates for that position. I’m going to look at all of them.”
•    (Utah-01) Morgan Bowen: “I'd have to wait and see who's running for speaker.”
•    (W.V.-01) Mike Oliviero: “I never once said I would support Nancy Pelosi.”

Democrats who WILL support Pelosi:

•    Ca. Rep. Mike Thompson “believes that the Speaker should retain her position”
•    Ky. Rep. John YarmuthJohn Allen YarmuthSenate GOP budget ignores Trump, cuts defense The politics and practicalities of impeachment Progressives seek defense freeze in budget talks MORE
•    Minn. Rep. Collin C. Peterson
•    N.Y. Rep. John Hall: “I would vote for Nancy Pelosi for Speaker again.”
•    Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar
•    Wa. Rep. Rick LarsenRichard (Rick) Ray LarsenBooker takes early lead in 2020 endorsements Senate panel to hold hearing on airline safety after Boeing crashes FAA comes under new scrutiny over Boeing decision MORE: “When I am re-elected and Nancy Pelosi is re-elected, I will be voting for her for Speaker.”