Ocasio-Cortez lived with her family in an apartment in the Bronx neighborhood of until she was five, when the family moved to a house in suburban.
New York Times columnist praised her skill in questioning Cohen.
Between July 8 and 14, 2019, she drew more social media attention than the Democratic presidential candidates.
It was distributed by now-deleted Twitter account AnonymousQ1776 in a weird attempt to humiliate her, but the only one here who's humiliated is me—wishing I could dance as well as Ocasio-Cortez.
Media coverage Ocasio-Cortez at the 2019 The first media network to give Ocasio-Cortez a platform and extensively cover her campaign and policies was , a left-wing online news program.
On October 20, 2020, Ocasio-Cortez hosted a stream of the , with fellow congresswoman , along with many established streamers such as , , , and.
Ocasio-Cortez's Republican challengers in the general election included nominee John Cummings, a former police officer, and Antoine Tucker, a write-in.
One day after she visited North Dakota, she got a phone call from , which was recruiting progressive candidates her brother had nominated her soon after Election Day 2016.