Karoline Leavitt, the 24-year-old former spokeswoman for House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik and a former assistant press secretary for President Trump, announced she is running for Congress in New Hampshire.
Leavitt commented that the American dream is “completely out of reach” for her generation of voters because of the Democrats’ policies.
“Leavitt, who was born and raised in Atkinson, N.H. and is running for Congress in her home state, told Fox News young Americans ‘best be voting for conservatives’ come November,” Fox reports.
“Leavitt, who has been endorsed by Stefanik, R-N.Y., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said she returned to the Granite State last year from Washington, D.C., to ‘step into the arena and fight,'” reports Fox.
Leavitt said New Hampshire voters are concerned about “the economy, record inflation and skyrocketing gas prices.”
“We are a cold weather state here in New Hampshire, and we’re headed for a very dark and scary winter, where people are literally going to have to choose between eating and heating, and so those are the main concerns of constituents here,” said Leavitt. “We are the ‘live free or die’ state. We believe in less government and more freedom. So, my goal, as the next congresswoman from New Hampshire, is to get the federal government out of our economy.”
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