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.
The progressive 30-year-old has kept this promise and raised more than $ 300,000 last year for candidates of her choice, including $ 18,000 for Marie Newman, who is replacing IL longtime congressman Dan Lipinski, a rare Democrat for life want.
She is expected to report entering 2020 with $3 million cash on hand, according to her campaign, even though she is running for reelection in an overwhelmingly blue district. "The environment's very important to me", the president told reporters.
"For me personally, I'm not paying D-trip dues", Ocasio-Cortez told the network, referring to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, adding that she has a "myriad of reasons". Mike Levin and Katie Porter. "I have respect for her". Her fundraising in the final quarter of the year is a dramatic increase compared to the total raised for her entire first election campaign in 2018, which came in at $2.1 million. While fans of Ms. Ocasio-Cortez were delighted, PETA was not. She declined to give a "yes" or "no" answer each time.
December was Ocasio-Cortez's strongest month to date, with 120,000 contributions received and an average donation about $16.50. "Alexandria continues to prove that if you fight for people, they will fight for you".
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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.
"That's always up to individual members so I guess I don't think about it one way or another", Bustos said.
"People should try to clean the caucus because they don't agree with them - 100 percent, I certainly don't agree", said Texas representative Henry Cuellar, one of Ocasio-Cortez's Democrats, who is trying to replace it with one more progressive candidate, in this case Jessica Cisneros, for which she raised $ 35,000.
The division between Ocasio-Cortez and Democratic leadership was evident in Bustos's interview Sunday morning. "I can choose not to fund that kind of exclusion".