“Across the nation, in every industry, brave women are coming forward to share stories of harassment that must be heard,” Pelosi said in a statement that came out shortly after midnight Saturday. “In Congress, no one should face sexual harassment in order to work in an office or in a campaign. The young woman’s documented account is convincing, and I commend her for the courage it took to come forward.”…

The woman, who worked as a finance director on Kihuen’s 2016 campaign, told BuzzFeed News that when he was a candidate, Kihuen repeatedly made sexual advances towards her, including touching her thigh without consent and suggesting they get a hotel room while on the way to a campaign meeting. The woman soon after quit the campaign.