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"We’re in the building. Swearing in tomorrow," the incoming congresswoman added in the photo's caption.

Ocasio-Cortez was elected to office in November's midterms as the youngest woman to be elected to Congress. The incoming congresswoman garnered national attention earlier in 2018 after her shocking primary victory over incumbent Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-N.Y.).

She has since gained a substantial following online, attracting attention for her social media savvy.

Her photo, posted to Instagram on Wednesday, has been "liked" more than 230,000 times hours after its initial posting.