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PODCAST: We Speak to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, She Seeks Another Term in Congress

June 10, 2020 By Christian Murray

The Democratic primary for the 14th Congressional District takes place June 23 and incumbent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seeks another term.

The congresswoman is running against former CNBC reporter Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and community organizer Badrun Khan.

We speak to Ocasio-Cortez about what she has been doing in congress and why she believes she deserves another term.

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AOC

All I know is I’m voting for AOC! Bring the house down and knock down Mitch McChicken-Donald.

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Anonymous

Where is the podcast for Michelle Caruso-Cabrera? It would be nice to see what the challenger can do in that seat versus the incumbent who hasn’t done anything but get paid six figures to complain on social media while she lays low in her luxury lifestyle in DC.

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Hamilton

When you cite “being a Latina” as a qualification to lead as MCC did in her commercials, you can take a seat and spin until you get some common sense in your head. One’s ethnicity has nothing to do with qualifications. Just like Camela Harris. Enough with the race baiting. And maybe AOC should talk to some Astoria houses residents who could have used local work per Amazon rather than having to commute 3 hours a day to a crappy paying job. #CENTRISMWORKS

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