Hoyer doesn't rule out working for reelection in 2024

Home Majority Chief Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) didn’t rule out working for reelection for his congressional district seat in 2024 as he’s about to step down from his management position after practically 20 years of serving because the No. 2 Home Democrat.

Hoyer, 83, advised CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union” that he could run for a twenty second time period.

“I’ll, I’ll,” Hoyer stated.

“Your not ruling it out?” Bash requested.

“No,” Hoyer responded.

“You’re not on the exit ramp but,” Bash stated.

“No. That is my convention room,” Hoyer stated through the interview in his Home workplace.

Hoyer and Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) introduced in November that they had been leaving their management roles however would stay within the Home as a brand new era of leaders take over. 

The Maryland Democrat is the dean of that state’s congressional delegation. He was first elected to the Home in 1981 in a particular election after serving within the state legislature. He has additionally served as Home minority whip and was the chair of the Home Democratic caucus.

Hoyer acknowledged in the identical interview that he would have preferred to turn out to be Speaker in the future however stated he doesn’t suppose he may have performed pretty much as good of a job as Pelosi did.