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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, have to hold by a primary Challenger, if you want your place in 2020.
Democratic activists Badrun Khan, who has Ocasio challenged to represent Cortez for the democratic nomination, New York, 14th district. says on your website that you are a “REAL results… Not Empty promises” – cut is an obvious page to the socialist darling.
When asked about Khan’s challenge, Ocasio-Cortez said: “I just focus on delivering for my district and do the best job. I try not to focus too much on other people in the area,” according to The hill.
Khan filed a statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Committee in July. The website for New York City government confirmed that Khan served on Queens Community Board 2.
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Khan’s website does not appear to be an official announcement, and you do not respond to Fox News’ request for comment by the time of publication. Instead, you detail on your site, your experiences as a community activist and the daughter of Bengali immigrants.
“Badrun has worked for political and social empowerment for their community,” their site. “Your service went well beyond the Bengali community. She is an active presence in the schools and the service for all the residents in their Queens community. She has volunteered and served with distinction as a member of Community Board 2. Badrun continue to work hard every day to help your community and the people in Queens.”
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Khan’s website says, she wants to improve Medicare and Social security, but appeared to make a recording, “Medicare for all”,” a plan put by progressives like Ocasio-Cortez.
“They will fight to ensure that health care for all and to keep that those who choose to can existing to cover what they currently have,” said the site, apparently referring to concerns that “Medicare for all” would take private insurance.