By: Cami Mondeaux | Washington Examiner
Lawmakers on the Congressional Hispanic Caucus are reportedly considering ousting Chairwoman Nanette Barragan (D-CA) from her top position, accusing the California Democrat of leaving the caucus unable to advance its priorities due to high turnover.
Caucus members are planning to hold a virtual meeting to discuss Barragan’s leadership, which could ultimately lead to her ouster as chairwoman, sources told Politico. The news of the meeting comes days after Barragan fired the group’s executive director, Jacky Usyk, just one month after her tenure began.
“This is a disaster,” a Democratic staffer for one of the caucus lawmakers told the outlet.
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