Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez desperately wants this MAGA candidate to lose in November for a completely selfish reason

Sep 19, 2022

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not just, quite possibly, the most radically socialist member of the United States legislature, but she’s also the youngest.

But that could change this November.

And AOC would hate who would be taking the youngest Congresswoman mantle from her.

From First in The Nation to one of the last

During the Presidential primary process, New Hampshire has long been the first primary state in the nation.

However, in the Midterms, New Hampshire has one of the last primaries in America.

Just last week, New Hampshire voters took to the polls to decide who would represent their respective parties in the 2022 Midterm general elections.

In the Governor’s race, Republicans selected incumbent Chris Sununu to run for re-election against Democrat State Senator Tom Sherman – who didn’t have a primary opponent.

Incumbent Democrat Sen. Maggie Hasson easily won her primary and will face Trump-endorsed Donald Bolduc, who edged out the establishment pick Chuck Morse in the GOP primary.

Democrats currently hold both House seats in the Live Free or Die State, neither had primaries this year.

Rep. Annie Kuster will now face Robert Burns, who won a tight three-way primary battle.

Youth over experience

But it is Rep. Chris Pappas who will have to go up against the biggest surprise winner in the Granite State.

America First candidate Karoline Leavitt not only scored a huge upset victory over establishment favorite Matt Mowers and seven other candidates, she did so while running away.

Mowers was the odds-on favorite to win the race, but instead, the former Trump-staffer crushed him by 9-points.

Before running for office in New Hampshire, Leavitt worked her way up to Assistant Press Secretary under Kayleigh McEnany in the Trump White House.

And perhaps most impressively, she did so by the age of 23.

The now 25-year-old is the first Generation Z Republican candidate to win a Congressional primary this year.

Only one other, Maxwell Frost, a Democrat, won a primary in Florida earlier this year.

During the primary campaign, Mowers called Leavitt “immature” and “irresponsible.”

He continued to hope Leavitt’s age would work against her, as Mowers lined up endorsements from all GOP House leadership – except Elise Stefanik of New York.

Mowers also secured endorsements from ol’ Eye-Patch McCain himself Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

Meanwhile, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT), along with Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Elise Stefanik, and Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) threw their support behind Leavitt.

MAGA candidate could soon be youngest lawmaker in America

Between the victories of Leavitt and Bolduc, it was MAGA candidates who won the night in New Hampshire.

But will the same hold true in November?

New Hampshire is not just a traditional swing state – the state has a history of being heavily wave-y – riding national wave trends that will often be known to wipe out the entire state legislative slate.

Leavitt and Bolduc will both enter the general election, once again, as underdogs.

Bolduc has an uphill battle taking on Sen. Hassan statewide.

Leavitt may have the best chance of flipping a seat this November, as the state’s First Congressional District is a battleground district that has changed parties back and forth for years.

If she does defeat Rep. Pappas, Leavitt will become the youngest member of Congress, again, at 25 years of age.

She would be replacing AOC as the current youngest member of the People’s House.

AOC certainly wouldn’t be happy about handing that mantle over to Leavitt, as it likely would mean the GOP has won control of the House – but even worse for the radical Squad Member, she’d be handing it to a dreaded MAGA Republican.

Deplorable Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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