Fine with me, we won countless seats during the 2010 midterms because of her.

(The Hill) — House Democrats will go into the 113th Congress with their leadership team largely unchanged after rank-and file members voted Thursday to keep Rep. Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) and her top lieutenants at the head of the party.

The elections were largely a technicality and Pelosi and the other leaders were all chosen by “unanimously by acclimation,” according to Democratic leadership aides, indicating there was a voice vote rather than a roll-call tally.

Heading into the vote, several conservative-leaning Blue Dog Democrats – including Reps. Jim Matheson (Utah) and John Barrow (Ga.) – had indicated they would oppose the liberal Pelosi for the minority leader position. But the voice vote meant their opposition was not officially recorded.