Girl from the Bronx’ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez actually grew up in wealthy Westchester County

The hardscrabble biography of Democrat Congressional Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez candidate has been called into question after the revelation that she was born and grew up in the wealthy country of Westchester.


Though Ocasio-Cortez was 28 years old and, she was born and currently lives in the Bronx. And the county land records exploring Sergio Cortez-Roman, her late father, bought a three-bedroom apartment in Yorktown Heights, New York. They believed this apartment when she was about two in 1991.


It is an apparent dispute with the candidate’s official biography, which states in part: ‘The state of Bronx public schools within the late 80s and early 90s. He sent her parents on an inquiry for an answer. She leaves attending her public school 40 minutes north in Yorktown. And she fears of her life was defined by the 40-minute commute between school and her family within the Bronx.’

Moreover, Ocasio-Cortez also claimed on Stephen Colbert’s late-night. It shows that Donald Trump, a President born in Queens, wouldn’t skills to handle ‘a girl from the Bronx’ like herself.

The candidate didn’t directly answer an invitation for comment from on Saturday evening.

Questions are arising about the first biography of ‘girl from the Bronx’ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after it appeared she spent most of her childhood living in Westchester County.

And Ocasio-Cortez’s family moved to the present range in Yorktown Heights, NY. She lived there until she left to travel to school at private Brown University.

The official bio of the candidate (above) omits her time living in Westchester. Instead of claiming that her life was ‘set’ by the commute between a high school and Bronx.

With the 14th district of New York’s, she encompasses parts of Bronx and Queens, leaning Democrat heavily. She believes to be a shoo-in for the house in the election of November.

Ocasio-Cortez was born in 1989 to oldsters Sergio Ocasio-Roman, born in New York City. And her mother is Blanca Ocasio-Cortez, a native of Puerto Rico.

Her father, who tragically died from carcinoma in 2008, was an architect. And, therefore, Ocasio-Roman Architects and Kirschenbaum, PC, focused on renovations and remodeling.

The campaign of Ocasio-Cortez biography details her father as a small business owner’.

‘She grew up during a working-class household where her mother cleaned homes, and everybody pitched in on the closed corporation,’ the bio continues.


Ocasio-Cortez is seen as an infant. And her father, Sergio Ocasio-Roman, is an architect. He is running his own company as a CEO. In 2008, he died of carcinoma sadly.


Initially, Roman’s young family is starting living in Parkchester, a planned community of 171 mid-rise brick buildings within the Bronx (above).


Ocasio-Cortez is seen as a lass together with her father. And the whole family moved to Westchester County. At that time, her age was only five years. And she or he went on to attend Yorktown high school.

At first, the young family lived in Parkchester, a planned community of 171 mid-rise brick buildings within the Bronx.

The family of Ocasio-Cortez shifted to the House in Westchester County When she was about five, a detail that the bio omits.

The move’s timing is confirmed during a New York Times interview with mother Blanca Ocasio-Cortez, but the report doesn’t address the variance.

On the other hand, the home, a single-story with a finished basement, last sold for $355,000 in 2016. The median annual income within the area is $116,741, compared to the median yearly income of $48,315 in Parkchester’s postcode, consistent with the newest Census.

‘It was very clear to her, even then, that the postcode a toddler was born in determined much of their destiny.

In Westchester, she is attending Yorktown high school. Moreover, she entered the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, where she won second place for her project, microbiology.


In 2015, Ocasio-Cortez, together with her mother Blanca, her grandmother, and brother Gabriel.

Ocasio-Cortez was new at Brown University. She was studying diplomacy and economics when she got the bad news of her father’s death.

The death of her father came amid the financial crisis. And he has no will prepared yet. He is putting their home on the brink of foreclosure, she has said.

She sold the house, and Ocasio-Cortez now lives in a Bronx apartment where she starts living until age five.

Moreover, my mother drove school buses and cleaned homes. And I started bartending and waitressing when my family was on the brink of foreclosure. My mother told MSNBC’s Morning Joe in an interview on Wednesday.


Ocasio-Cortez has said that she volunteered for Senator Ted Kennedy, where she fell crazy with doing social work in college. She is serving as an immigration caseworker. Moreover, she is handling foreign affairs besides all.

She returned to the Bronx after graduating. And at the Bronx, she founded Brook Avenue Press. This publisher seeks designers, writers, and artists from urban areas. They bring them to assist paint Bronx in a positive light in the stories of children.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is working as a bartender at FlatsFix Mexican restaurant. She is trying to form ends meet before toppling Democratic incumbent Joe Crawley during the New York Primaries.

Her most considerable political involvement until the first election was with Bernie Sanders’ fails bid for the 2016 nomination – but it has been not the sole one.

Moreover, that same year she appeared in protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock. Sometimes she visited Michigan, Flint, and an epicenter for left-wing outrage over its poisoned public water system from time to time.

She participated in vigils for Hurricane Maria last year. In that participation, she has claimed the life of her grandfather in Puerto Rico.

She returned to bar-tending at Flats Fix, a classy Mexican restaurant in Manhattan’s Union Square.

While she works, she receives a call from other veterans of the Sanders campaign asking her if she wanted to run Congress within the 14th District.

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