With low approval ratings, diminishing love for ObamaCare and Democrats running against their own Party leaders, it's no surprise that they are struggling to find outside support. Politico reports that House Democrats have approached Speaker Pelosi behind closed doors with this message: "They’re being crushed on the airwaves by outside groups, and they need her to do something about it."
The article notes that Republicans do not share this struggle. Read an excerpt of the piece here:
In the meetings, according to people present, Democrats cited the nearly unmatched advantage Republicans are enjoying from conservative, third-party organizations. A sympathetic Pelosi vowed to pressure liberal groups to do more — and quickly.
“I’m saying get out there,” she told a group of Democratic freshmen, according to a source familiar with the meeting. “We need more.”