AOC Has Won Her Re-election Bid


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This just stings right now.

It looks like we will have to go through another two years of seeing Alexandria Casio-Cortez being hoisted by Dems as the liberal prodigy who will save America with her socialistic agenda.

Ocasio-Cortez won her reelection bid for New York’s 14th Congressional District against two challengers, Republican John C. Cummings.

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The vote wasn’t even close, unfortunately.

Aoc had 60% of the vote compared to Cummings’ 30%.

The New York Times covered AOC wins and shared these details:

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York sailed to an overwhelming victory on Tuesday over a first-time Republican challenger who, despite his long-shot credentials, raised more than $10 million to make the race the second most expensive House contest in the country.

John Cummings, a 60-year-old Catholic high school teacher and former New York Police Department officer, built his war chest from donors around the country, playing on Republican resentment of Ms. Ocasio-Cortez’s status as a star of the Democratic Party’s left flank.

Mr. Cummings was able to hire leading Republican consultants, buy millions of dollars in advertisements and distribute more than 700,000 pieces of mail to the district, which includes parts of the Bronx and Queens. Yet he trailed Ms. Ocasio-Cortez by nearly 37 percentage points with all districts reporting, and The Associated Press called the race at 10:09 p.m.

CNN chipped in too:

Casio-Cortez will win reelection to New York’s 14th Congressional District against two challengers, Republican John C. Cummings and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera of the Serve America Movement party, CNN projects.

The race for the deeply Democratic seat representing parts of Bronx and Queens in New York City was never considered competitive. Yet the high-profile first-term congresswoman, often called AOC, fundraised at an aggressive clip and faced well-financed opposition in her first reelection bid.

Ocasio-Cortez raised more than $17 million over the course of the campaign, while Cummings raised roughly $9.6 million and Caruso-Cabrera with more than $3.3 million, according to campaigns’ fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.

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