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On primary day, Ocasio-Cortez ・・・


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129490448
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On primary day, Ocasio-Cortez greets NY voters
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2020年6月23日
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Date:JUNE 23, 2020, FILE New York state holds primary elections on Tuesday (June 23) to determine the fate of progressive Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other U.S. House members, testing the strength of the Democratic Party's left wing after moderate Joe Biden became the presumptive presidential nominee.
Ocasio-Cortez, the 30-year-old progressive firebrand better known as AOC, faces a challenge in her New York City district from former CNBC television anchor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, 44, backed by the conservative-leaning U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
She greeted voters and spoke to reporters in Queens. She emphasized her desire to stay grounded in spite of her new national profile.
"I knew that it was important to me to always run like I'm 10 points behind," she told reporters.
Tuesday's nominating contests in New York, Kentucky and four other states also feature progressives challenging older, establishment Democrats at a time of a national reckoning with racial injustice following the May 25 death of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, while in Minneapolis police custody.
In a congressional district neighboring Ocasio-Cortez's, Jamaal Bowman, 44, a former teacher, is mounting a strong challenge to Representative Eliot Engel, a 31-year House veteran who chairs the powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Progressive Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren as well as Ocasio-Cortez have endorsed Bowman, while Democratic Party stalwarts, such as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the party's 2016 presidential nominee, have rallied around Engel.
The progressive movement suffered setbacks at the national level earlier this year when former Vice President Joe Biden won the party's race to take on President Donald Trump in November's election, with dominant wins over Warren and Sanders in the state-by-state nominating contests.
The left wing of the Democratic Party is now taking its battle to down-ballot primary races with new energy and purpose, bolstered by growing calls for ending racial injustice and inequality in the aftermath of Floyd's death.
House Democrats - progressives and moderates - are expected to band together later this week when they vote to pass sweeping legislation on police practices. But there appeared to be little support in Congress for calls to "defund" police departments, as some on the left sought.
In Kentucky's primaries, progressive Charles Booker, an African-American state legislator, is waging an unexpectedly spirited challenge to Amy McGrath, an ex-fighter pilot, in the race to become the Democratic candidate to face Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Nov. 3.
Like Engel, McGrath is backed by the party establishment. But the recent Black Lives Matter protests have elevated the candidacy of Booker.
Nowhere was that more apparent than when Warren, who supported McGrath in her failed bid for a U.S. House of Representatives seat in 2018 and initially in her Senate candidacy, switched allegiance to Booker.
Both New York and Kentucky have encouraged mail-in balloting as a safe alternative to in-person voting during the coronavirus pandemic, prompting record numbers of absentee ballot requests.
(Production by: Hussein al Waaile and Dan Fastenberg) (Caption:2202WD-USA-ELECTION_OCASIO_CORTEZ)
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (JUNE 23, 2020) (REUTERS)
US DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ, POSING FOR SELFIE
OCASIO CORTEZ GREETING YOUNG GIRL AND MOTHER, ASKING (NOT A SOUNDBITE), "HOW IS YOUR DAY?"
(SOUNDBITE) (English) US DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ, SAYING:
"How was your voting experience? Was it okay?"
VOTER SAYING (ENGLISH): "Voting is fun, yeah. It's the early voting that was an issue."
OCASIO-CORTEZ SAYING (ENGLISH): "Oh, really?"
VOTER SAYING (ENGLISH): "Yeah, because you'd have to walk to Jackson Heights."
OCASIO-CORTEZ SAYING (ENGLISH): "Yeah, because the poll stations are much fewer, so if you have to walk further."
VOTER SAYING (ENGLISH): "So right now we're not getting on the train, so it's not exactly accessible."
OCASIO-CORTEZ APPEARING BETWEEN CAMPAIGN TRUCK AND REPORTERS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) US DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ, SAYING:
"Especially with the way that I that I won my first time, I have always known to never, ever, ever take a seat in Congress or just any seat of ours in general. This seat belongs to the people. And I believe it's our responsibility to work hard and to earn it every single time. And so from the very beginning of this race, before I even had any challengers, I knew that it was important to me to always run like I'm 10 points behind. "
OCASIO-CORTEZ SPEAKING TO REPORTERS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) US DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ, SAYING:
"I feel very confident in the work that that our organizers have done, and I'm looking forward to a great Election Day. And from the very beginning, we had set that our initial goal was to really expand turnout in our district dramatically. And I I do believe, fingers crossed, that we will have met that goal."
OCASIO-CORTEZ SPEAKING TO REPORTERS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) US DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ, SAYING:
"You know, I think when it comes to my second term, I'm greatly looking forward to taking the experience from from my first term and starting to apply that on the inside game, if you will. And being more sophisticated in how we roll out legislation. And just like any job, you get better and better as time goes on with the more experience that you gain. And so I think having these first two years under my belt, I'll be able to to enter hopefully a second term. That carries with it the experiences and lessons that I learned from my first term. I'm just focused on getting reelected today."
MORE OF OCASIO-CORTEZ BUMPING ELBOWS, FEET
OCASIO-CORTEZ POSING WITH YOUNG GIRL
VARIOUS OF OCASIO-CORTEZ WALKING TO AND GETTING INTO CAR
CAR PULLING AWAY
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