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Independent Women’s Forum senior policy analyst Patrice Lee Onwuka America says enables people to achieve something through sheer will and determination.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, would disappear do to prepare to see her house seat to Change after this year’s redistricting over their targeting of the “established Democrats” with funds from your courage PAC, according to a New York Post editorial.
The editorial, which ran on Sunday, said the freshman representative has been in “hot water” with some in the party for the “refusal of payment of the member contributions on their caucus’ Fund-raising arm of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee,” and instead devotes resources to “defeat the Democrats.”
Ocasio-Cortez, 30, started her own political action Committee with the hope, support some of the challengers “, who refuse to bow to establishment pressure.”
The PAC-endorsements house four candidates to unseat Democratic incumbent: Marie Newman for Illinois’ 5. District, Samelys Lopez for New York, 15th district, Jessica Cisneros for Texas’ 28th district, and Teresa Fernandez for the New Mexico third district.
Two of the candidates seeking office in the seats of the Republicans, including the Texas seat occupied by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas. One of the entries is complete for Georgette Gomez, a California Democrat, the state of open 53rd district.
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NPR reported that her the courage to change the mission statement of the “reward challengers and incumbents, the display of political courage — people who refuse to bow to establishment pressure, advocates fiercely for working-class families, and those who have lived the same problems as the people they represent want.”
Fox News’ Sam Dorman and the Associated Press contributed to this report