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PODCAST: We Speak to John Cummings, Looks to Unseat AOC

Oct. 8, 2020 By Christian Murray

The Nov. 3 general election is not just about who will be the president of the United States.

There are a number of Congressional and other down-ballot races taking place.

One of those races will determine who will represent the 14th Congressional District, which covers Astoria, College Point, Corona,  North Corona, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, Sunnyside, Woodside and the south east portion of the Bronx.

14th Congressional District

Today, we speak to John Cummings, who is the Republican candidate vying to represent the 14th Congressional District.

Cummings is running against incumbent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who was elected to office for the first time two years ago.

We speak to Cummings about why he thinks he will serve the district better and his platform.

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Doesn’t seem like you understand healthcare at all, or how it’s on the chopping block in November. But you’ll support the administration thats trying to dismantle the whole thing? Also doesn’t seem like you get public school vs. charter school dynamic. Charter schools are privately run, take our tax money and are not obligated to be transparent. You might think they are successful but there are no stats. Sounds like you are in line with Betsy Devi’s wanting to dismantle education. You must not be a fan of unions if you prefer a charter school over public school. Amazon? may be you are right about a missed opportunity but again, non union, what do you have against unions John? Looks like you benefitted your whole life from cushy union jobs and plenty of healthcare your entire life. Don’t you think the rest of Queens and the Bronx deserve the same?

Reluctant rep

Because he makes sense unlike dumb leftwing weirdos occupying city & state chairs while turning the city to ruins

no jobs, no wall, no economy

How is Trump killing 210,000 Americans “city & state chairs” fault? Do you think it had some effect on the NYC economy? lmao


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