Trump-Backed Karoline Leavitt, 25, On Course To Beat AOC

Karoline Leavitt, supported by Trump, is currently in a solid position to unseat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as the youngest woman ever been voted to the House of Representatives.

The sitting Democrat Christopher Pappas is being challenged by the Republican candidate, who is 25 years old and is vying for the 1st Congressional District seat in New Hampshire.

Initially, Leavitt served in the communications office of President Trump’s White House. After that, she worked for Rep. Elise Stefanik, who is currently the No. 3 Republican in the House.

Leading Polls

With an error margin of 3.5 percentage points, a recent survey conducted by the Survey Center at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire found support for Leavitt was at 51 percent, while support for Pappas was at 45 percent.

If Leavitt prevails in the race that will be decided next week, she will take over for Ocasio-Cortez as the youngest woman to ever be elected to Congress. Ocasio-Cortez is currently 33 years old. AOC was only 29 years old when she was sworn into her first position.

During her interview on the program “Fox & Friends First,” Leavitt stated the Democrat Party betrayed millennials and members of Generation Z.

Because the initiatives of Democrats are having a negative influence on her generation of Americans, Leavitt said she decided to run for office in the hopes of winning back the majority from the Democrats.

Leavitt said, “I communicate with them on a daily basis. The reason for this is the Democrat Party’s extreme economic policy, which has been pushed forward over the course of the previous two years, is really harming young people.”

What the Youth Needs

Leavitt is sure of the following individuals as being most to blame: “Democratic elitists in California, in Hollywood, and in Democrat-run states and cities throughout this country.”

They notably pushed youngsters to miss important moments of study while the schools were locked down because of the pandemic. She claimed the individuals in question spent the entire time “partying at various ritzy upper-class residences and cocktail events.”

She went on to say, “as so many of you remember, my age is one of the many factors that drove me to campaign for Congress in the first place,” noting this was one of the reasons why she felt obliged to run for office.

“The current status of our school system, our press, and our entire society is not doing a good job of serving my generation of Americans, which includes your kids and grandkids.”

Leavitt discussed the Republican leadership during an interview on Fox News a few weeks ago, but she did not make a firm commitment to back Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California in the event the Republicans take control of the House of Representatives.

This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.