Who is Catalina Lauf? Wiki, Biography, Age, Parents, Education, Instagram, Married, Net Worth

Catalina Lauf  Wiki – Biography

Catalina Lauf  says she’s hoping to not just combat the loudest voices on the progressive left, but to also help modernize the face of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

As the daughter of a Guatemalan immigrant mother and a small business owner father, Lauf declared in her campaign launch that she’s the “product of the American dream.”

After serving in the Trump administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce, Lauf now is seeking elected office in Illinois’ 14th District, where she’s running to become the GOP nominee on Tuesday’s primary, and then to defeat Rep. Lauren Underwood, who was part of the “blue wave” in the 2018 midterms.

If Catalina Lauf wins out, she’ll also break Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s record as the youngest woman elected to Congress. Ocasio-Cortez, a New York Democrat often referred to by her initials “AOC,” was 28 when she was elected in 2018.

Speaking to Fox News’ Media Angle, Lauf talked about how the mainstream media “carries water” for House Democrats, how Americans are better off now under President Trump than they were four years ago, and how she is seeking unity amid the toxic viral cancel culture.

Catalina Lauf Age

Catalina Laufa is 26 years old. She was born on May 11, 1993.

Family

Her mother came to America from Guatemala in the 1980s. She did three jobs to escape poverty and learned English at night. Later she came to the land of dreams, America, seeking freedom and opportunities.

Catalina is a child from the mixed genes. Her father owns a business in Chicago and her mother is a legal immigrant. The names of her parents are in the phase of research.

She has an elder sister Madeline Zephyr who resembles her in appearance.

Education

She has done bachelor degree from Miami University of Ohio and Associate degree done from McHenry County College.

Boyfriend

She don’t have boyfriend or any relation.

Career

Beside rendering her services in the Trump administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce, Lauf now is seeking elected office in Illinois’ 14th District, where she’s running to become the GOP nominee on Tuesday’s primary, and then to defeat Rep. Lauren Underwood, who was part of the “blue wave” in the 2018 midterms.

If Lauf wins out, she’ll also break Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s record as the youngest woman elected to Congress. who was a New York Democrat often referred to by her initials “AOC,” was 28 when she was elected in 2018.

Speaking to Fox News’ Media Angle, Lauf talked about how the mainstream media “carries water” for House Democrats, how Americans are better off now under President Trump than they were four years ago, and how she is seeking unity amid the toxic viral cancel culture.

The running GOP candidate says she’s hoping to not just combat the loudest voices on the progressive left, but to also help modernize the face of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.

“The mainstream media does a great job at carrying water for Nancy Pelosi and AOC. The far-left supports females and diversity so long as your beliefs align with their agenda. They can’t fathom that a young Latina could be a Republican. That’s part of why I’m running–to show that conservatives are diverse and can come from all walks of life regardless of gender, skin color or creed”, she replied when she was asked how the media treats diverse GOP candidates by comparison.

The mainstream media does a great job at carrying water for Nancy Pelosi and AOC. The far-left supports females and diversity so long as your beliefs align with their agenda. They can’t fathom that a young Latina could be a Republican. That’s part of why I’m running–to show that conservatives are diverse and can come from all walks of life regardless of gender, skin color or creed.

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When I first launched my candidacy through my campaign video, “Heartland,” our message about standing up to the “Squad” and restoring patriotism to our Congress went viral. I was quickly branded as the “Conservative Answer to AOC.” Since then, we’ve seen overwhelming support from both local and national grassroots supporters and media outlets.

Fox News is one example of an outlet that has helped share our message as well as highlight the new conservative faces running this election cycle as a response to the rise of the far progressive left.

It’s frankly, sad. Since day one of announcing his candidacy for president, the left-wing media has completely lacked objectivity, misreported information, and further fueled division in this country. As the president says, it’s fake news. When I worked for the Trump administration in 2018, internally I saw all the incredible work being done, yet none of it was reported fairly.

 

Now as a candidate talking to voters on both sides of the aisle, I hear the level of distrust in the media because they can never say anything positive about Trump’s presidency. But it isn’t the media’s coverage that increases jobs month to month. The media’s coverage wasn’t what passed the historic tax cuts. The media’s coverage didn’t do anything to help our small businesses, manufacturing and farming industries.

So, I think most Americans will agree, their lives are better than they were four years ago, no matter what the fake news wants to say. The voters see the truth because of the real results they are feeling and the real support they’re receiving from the administration on the kitchen table issues.

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