first_imgStill, Pelosi’s position is secure, and many Democrats dispute the suggestion that their caucus has grown more ideologically uniform — or they simply argue that it’s no cause for alarm.“People who pretended to be Democrats but actually were voting with the Republicans got wiped out because the voters decided they’d rather have real Republicans in those seats,” said liberal Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida. “What it’s allowed us I think is to show the unity that the people who are relying upon us deserve, rather than have people working against Democratic principles from within.”___Follow Erica Werner at” alt=”last_img” />