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AOC Ignores Dems, Shares Cash With Progressive Candidates

14 January 2020

Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, meanwhile, has declared she will raise her new dog as "a community pup", noting on Twitter that she hoped to train the little guy to come to work, "enjoy townhalls" and ride Amtrak when he commutes from NY to the nation's capital.

Her campaign echoed the message.

The Intercept, however, reported previous year that freshman congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez would not be paying.

A news anchor asked Illinois Rep. Cheri Bustos, who chairs the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), four times on CNN whether Ocasio-Cortez was "good for the Democratic caucus". Mike Levin and Katie Porter.

"First, I disagree with the policy of blacklisting groups that help progressive candidates", she said.

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Ocasio-Cortez's campaign raised almost $150,000 over the weekend, according to data it provided to the Post.

While Ocasio-Cortez's followers fawned over the Frenchie's cuteness, Newkirk was not pleased in the least.

"I give quite a bit to fellow Dems - we've fundraised over $300,000 for others (more than my "dues"), w/ over 50% going to swing seats", she tweeted.

December was Ocasio-Cortez's strongest month to date, with 120,000 contributions received and an average donation about $16.50. That is exactly what the 185,000 people that donated to this campaign are part of: "a movement", said Corbin Trent, spokesman for Ocasio-Cortez. "How do my Republican friends want the American people, their constituents, and history to remember them?"

Ocasio-Cortez is now feuding with the DCCC over her refusal to pay $250,000 in fundraising dues to the committee, which aims to help Democrats in House races across the country.

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Blackwell went on to say that Ocasio-Cortez's 2019 Q3 fundraising haul exceeded every other House Democrat, and that she has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to support Democratic incumbents.

"That's always up to individual members so I guess I don't think about it one way or another. I can choose not to fund that kind of exclusion".

Furthermore, PETA announced it was sending her a copy of the book "Dogs Hate Crates" to explain "why crate training is not humane or effective".

HuffPost reported Sunday that the PAC raised $69,000 in the 24 hours after its launch.

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AOC Ignores Dems, Shares Cash With Progressive Candidates