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A congressional candidate for Hawaii endorsed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has lost his bid to become a member of the U.S. Congress.

Ocasio-Cortez, who also describes herself as a “democratic socialist,” visited Oahu, Hawaii, on Thursday to voice her support for Kaniela Ing ahead of his Democratic primary election contest on Saturday to represent the left-leaning state’s 1st Congressional District.

The article goes on to state the following:

Ing, 29, had only secured 6 percent of the vote with 99 percent of precincts reporting as of Sunday morning, compared to opponent former Rep. Ed Case who earned 40 percent of the vote in the six-way race.

DML News offers the following additional information, published by FOXNEWS.COM:

A fiscally conservative Democrat soundly defeated five other high-profile opponents to represent Honolulu in Congress on Saturday, including the architect of the state’s legal challenge to President Trump’s travel ban and a follower of Democrat socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

The results were yet another blow to Ocasio-Cortez and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who have increasingly tried to take their message mainstream ahead of the November midterm elections, only to see their preferred candidates come up short.

The article goes on to state the following:

Former Congressman Ed Case, a 65-year-old fiscal conservative, overcame Lt. Gov. Doug Chin, who as attorney general took the Trump administration to court over a ban on travel to the United States from several countries in the Middle East. The measure, which has since been upheld by the Supreme Court, was initially ruled unconstitutional by a Hawaii federal judge.

The WashingtonPost further reports:

Down the ballot, former congressman Ed Case, a centrist Democrat who supported the Iraq War, took a big step closer to returning to the House with a primary victory in the state’s 1st Congressional District.

The article goes on to state the following:

In the 2nd Congressional District, Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard won renomination by a wide margin. Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono, meanwhile, was unopposed. The Democrats are widely favored to win all three congressional races and the contest for governor in the midterms.

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  1. Some areas I think will always be democrat run. Hawaii is one of them. At least the people there didn’t vote for a socialist or a socialist backed candidate.

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