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25-year-old Karoline Leavitt becomes first Republican Gen Z congressional nominee after winning New Hampshire primary

Generation Z now has two candidates with a chance of heading to Congress. On Tuesday, 25-year-old Karoline Leavitt won the Republican nomination in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District, CBS News projected, propelling her to face off against Democratic incumbent Rep. Chris Pappas in November.

“We were outspent, but we were NOT outworked,” Leavitt tweeted after her victory. “Thank you to the people of my home district for believing in me! I am humbled by the outpouring of support. … Tonight, we celebrate. Tomorrow, the work continues.”

Leavitt’s projected win comes less than a month after Gen Z got its first member past the primaries. In August, Florida Democrat Maxwell Frost won a crowded primary in Florida’s 10th Congressional District. The 25-year-old is set to run against Republican Calvin Wimbish in November in the heavily Democratic district.

While they both represent the same generation, they are running on vastly different platforms. Frost is working to advocate for stronger gun laws, better health care and improved focus on environmental justice. Leavitt’s campaign has heavily focused on increased police funding and the protection of qualified immunity, more immigration laws, opposition to “red flag” gun laws, and anti-abortion policies.

According to her website, she worked as a presidential writer under former President Donald Trump in 2018 and later served as an assistant press secretary in the White House press office.

“I helped prepare Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for high-pressure briefings, fought against the biased mainstream media, and proudly helped message President Trump’s America First agenda that uplifted the forgotten men and women and small business families like my own,” she says on her website.

After the 2020 election, she said she worked as communications director for Rep. Elise Stefanik, the House GOP conference chair, to help lead messaging “against President Biden, Nancy Pelosi and the House Democrats’ radical agenda.” She is also known to have repeated Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was stolen, The New York Times reported.

Leavitt received support from some significant conservative leaders, including Stefanik, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Utah Rep. Jim Jordan. But House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy backed one of her opponents in the GOP primary, Matt Mowers. Gail Huff Brown, whose husband is former moderate GOP Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts, was also in the race.

Trump congratulated Leavitt on her win, posting on his Truth Social site that she did an “amazing job.”

“Against all odds, she did it — and will have an even greater victory on November 8th. Wonderful energy and wisdom,” he wrote, later adding, “The ‘Trumpiest’ people ALL won in New Hampshire last night.”

Who is Karoline Leavitt, the Gen Z Republican nominee from New Hampshire?

Miss Leavitt, the Republican nominee in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District, would be among the youngest people ever elected to Congress if she is victorious in her race against Rep. Chris Pappas (D) in November.

Leavitt, 25, is the second Generation Z candidate to win a primary this season, along with progressive Maxwell Frost, and is hoping to flip the swing district for Republicans. Though she touted a number of high-profile endorsements herself, Leavitt overcame the majority of Republican leadership backing her opponent in Tuesday’s primary.

Some political handicappers believe Pappas will have a slight edge in the general election.

A native of Rockingham County, Leavitt got her political start in the Trump White House. After graduating from St. Anselm College in 2019, she was hired to the White House communications office as a presidential writer. She later became an assistant press secretary under Kayleigh McEnany, helping her boss prepare for the press briefings.

After former President Donald Trump lost his 2020 reelection bid, she became the communications director for Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), the House Republican Conference chairwoman, who endorsed Leavitt in the primary.

If elected, Leavitt would be among the youngest candidates elected to the House. Lawmakers such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and outgoing Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) were elected in their mid-20s as well.

The Constitution requires that House lawmakers be at least 25 years old to serve in Congress. Leavitt celebrated her 25th birthday last month.

During the primary campaign, Leavitt was attacked for her age. Attack advertisements seeking to boost her opponent, ex-State Department official Matt Mowers, called her “immature” and “irresponsible.” All of House Republican leadership except Stefanik endorsed Mowers, as did Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

However, Leavitt carried endorsements from Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT), Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), and Cawthorn in addition to Stefanik.

She touted her age as an asset that sets her apart in the field Tuesday night.

“Tonight, we made history. And I look forward to serving as the youngest congresswoman in United States history when we beat Chris Pappas,” she said. “As many of you know, my youth is one of the many reasons that I felt compelled to run for Congress in the first place. Because it’s my generation of Americans, your children, your grandchildren, who are not being served well by the current state of our education system, our media, and our entire culture.”

Wiki Biography –

Miss Leavitt is an NH Grown, Gen Z, and America First Candidate for Congress NH-01. She grab Public Attention Latest on 8 September 2022 when she announce that she will be Live with Tucker Carlson. many People are Searching for Karoline Leavitt’s Wikipedia. Karoline Leavitt is a Political Candidate for Congress in CDI. She has been earlier White House Press Secretary Assistant. Leavitt is better known as Karoline Leavitt for Congress in America.

Career & Lifestory

Leavitt Graduated in Political science, After Completing her Studies she started her Political Career. She started her career as a student mentor in 2011 at Rollins Elementary School. Apart from Studnet Mentor she also worked as a Student Meal Server in Kids Caffee. Her Mentor and Meal Sering Job as a Volunteer.

She worked Professionally in FOX media as an Administrative Assistant in 2016. Later she switched to Leavitt’s Ice Cream where she worked as a Manager. She has been a Producer at Hearst television. Their most Major Role of her was as Writer and Assistant Press Secretary in the White House from 2022 to 2021. Currently, as of 2022, She is a Candidate for Congress NH01.

Some Interesting and unknown things about Leavitt

  1. She is also known as Karoline Leavitt for Congress.
  2. Leavitt is a Candidate for Congress NH01 at Karoline For Congress.
  3. She has been Director Of Communications.
  4. in 2015 Karoline Leavitt was honored with Mary Kilkorn Outstanding Female Athlete Award.
  5. She received Father Jude J. Gray O.S.B. Award in Communication in 2019.
  6. She has done American Foreign Policy Course also.
  7. Karoline Leavitt has a Family Ice cream Business.
  8. She has worked with Trump in the House as Presidential Writer.

FAQ about Karoline Leavitt

Who is Karoline Leavitt?

Karoline Leavitt is a Political Candidate for Congress NH01. She served as White House Press Secretary Job in the Past and was famous for Election and candidate for Congress.

What is The Age of Karoline Leavitt?

The age of Karoline Leavitt is 25 years as of 2022.

What is The Net Worth of Karoline Leavitt Politician?

The Net Worth of Karoline Leavitt is less than Millions.

What is the Wife’s Name of Karoline Leavitt?

Karoline Leavitt is Not Married Yet.

From Which Party Karoline Leavitt is?

Karoline Leavitt is from Republican Party.









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