House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to address her plans with colleagues on Thursday in the wake of Democrats narrowly losing control of the House to Republicans in the midterm elections, according to the AP.
Pelosi’s decision to either seek another term as the Democratic leader or to step aside has been widely anticipated.
It would come after the party was unable to halt the Republican majority in House and also in the aftermath of an attack on her husband, Paul, late last month by an intruder in their San Francisco home.
“The Speaker plans to address her future plans tomorrow to her colleagues. Stay tuned,” Pelosi’s spokesman Drew Hammill tweeted late Wednesday.
Pelosi is expected to speak on the House floor, but no time was provided.
The chamber opened at 10 a.m. EST before the legislative business begins at noon.
The speaker took home two versions of her speech overnight for review, according to reports.