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It’s been a rough couple of months for professional victim and sometime congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Trump-backed GOP Candidate Karoline Leavitt is set to dethrone the Democratic Representative from New York as the youngest woman ever elected to the United States House of Representatives according to the latest polls.
Leavitt had previously worked in Trump’s White House in the communications office and for Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik. The 25-year-old is running against Democrat incumbent Christopher Pappas in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District.
The Associated Press went on to report that:
Inspired by Stefanik, the youngest woman elected to Congress when she won in 2014 at age 30, Leavitt is now running for a House seat of her own. At age 25, she could make history on Election Day, Nov. 8: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., won at 29 in 2018.
Leavitt, an unabashed pro-Trump Republican, would also be the youngest person in the next session of Congress if she were to defeat two-term Democratic Rep. Chris Pappas in one of the most competitive races this year.
Leavitt is seven months younger then fellow Gen Z candidate Maxwell Alejandro Frost, a Florida Democrat favored in his race.
The Associated Press further reported that:
The New Hampshire contest will test the appeal of a far-right candidate in a Democratic-leaning state in a midterm election that historically has served as a referendum on the current president.
The 1st Congressional District has a history of switching between parties. It flipped five times in seven elections before Pappas, now 42, won the open seat in 2018. The district includes Manchester, the state’s most populous city, Portsmouth on the Seacoast and rural communities farther north.
Fox News went on to report that:
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital on the sidelines of a campaign event in Boston, Leavitt said she rarely thinks about her age as she campaigns against her Democrat opponent, incumbent Rep. Chris Pappas. The 25-year-old was born and raised in Atkinson, New Hampshire.
“I don’t think about it much, you know, I focus on winning, and I focus on reaching out to people and I am enthused that voters are energized by my energy and I feed off of that and the love that I have for the people that I’ve met is so humbling,” she said.
“The outpouring of support I’ve received from people in New Hampshire and across this country, and, you know, it has always been my passion.”
Fox News went on to report that:
Leavitt said one of the reasons she felt “compelled” to run for Congress was to “really reach out to my generation of voters.”
“I live among them, my friends, my former college roommates, my former colleagues whom are really being indoctrinated by the left’s agenda and their messaging,” she said. “We desperately need strong, conservative, youthful voices on our side of the aisle that are standing up for our country.”
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