New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who as of late recognized that she’s one of the “most detested individuals in America,” may have become famous in her first year recruit Congressional term, yet that doesn’t mean there aren’t others out there previously gunning for her seat.
One of those challengers is a Republican by the name of Scherie Murray — a specialist who additionally happens to be an outsider from Jamaica who has just become well known on the New York political scene.
As indicated by Fox News, the previous summer Murray authoritatively declared that, accepting she pulls of a GOP essential win in June, she will be testing AOC for her fourteenth District seat in what will probably be a furious political fight.
The 38-year-old Murray commenced her 2020 battle dispatch with an incredible video in which she presented herself, revealed to her story and took a solid number of pokes at Ocasio-Cortez with claims that all AOC is stressed over is media inclusion and being questionable as opposed to carrying out the responsibility that the individuals of the Bronx and Queens chose her to do.
“Your agent in Washington picks self-advancement over help, struggle over constituents, opposition over help,” Murray said in the video. “Sovereigns and the Bronx needs somebody who will make occupations as opposed to dismissing them.”
Murray additionally pounded AOC on her “Green New Deal” activity, backing the case held by most traditionalists that it will just serve to annihilate America’s solid and developing activity economy. Murray likewise gets that while the medicinal services framework needs work, there are as yet numerous Americans who might like to keep their medical coverage for what it’s worth and not be compelled to drop or change it to an administration run program.
She’s also for tackling the border security issue and backed the president in a recent tweet on the subject.
Murray will have her own arrangement of difficulties in the New York essential, as she’s set to go head to head against four extra Republican adversaries for the opportunity to clash with AOC in November.
The rising applicant didn’t make reference to President Donald Trump in her battle video, anyway when she was inquired as to whether she’s a supporter of the president, she addressed “yes.” She additionally anticipates attempting to cooperate with mainstream South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, who is a nearby partner to the president.
While the last Republican to challenge a Democrat for the fourteenth District seat just figured out how to accumulate 14 percent of the vote, Murray is sure that there’s a way ahead for the correct GOP possibility to pull off a triumph, given AOC’s not exactly heavenly notoriety.
“A Republican can win the region,” Murray said. “There is a flat out way to triumph when you take a gander at a general political race.”