[Ed. – Yeah, that doesn’t smell anything like “outside money/Soros-backed Astro-Turf” shenanigans. Right.]
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 28-year old former waitress who shocked Democratic Party politics by defeating Rep. Joe Crowley, D-New York, in a primary last month, is deploying members of her growing campaign staff to help another liberal upstart seeking to unseat a longtime Democratic incumbent.
Ocasio-Cortez this week decided to send at least three paid campaign staffers to Delaware to help Kerri Evelyn Harris, an Air Force veteran and community activist who is challenging three-term Sen. Thomas R. Carper, D-Delaware, in a Sept. 6 primary. Aides to Ocasio-Cortez and Harris shared the details first with CBS News.
Harris, a political novice based in Dover, Delaware, began her campaign in February, seeking to run to the senator’s left. She is only the second Democrat to challenge Carper since he joined the U.S. Senate in 2000.