Ocasio-Cortez gets office two doors down from Pelosi

Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezOcasio-Cortez rips Trump in first House floor speech: 'It is not normal to shut down the government when we don’t get what we want' On The Money: Shutdown Day 26 | Pelosi calls on Trump to delay State of the Union | Cites 'security concerns' | DHS chief says they can handle security | Waters lays out agenda | Senate rejects effort to block Trump on Russia sanctions Supporters leave notes on plaque outside Ocasio-Cortez's office MORE (D-N.Y.) said her new office in the Capitol Building is two doors down from Rep. Nancy PelosiNancy Patricia D'Alesandro PelosiOvernight Health Care: Dem chair plans hearing on Medicare for all | Senate GOP talks drug prices with Trump health chief | PhRMA CEO hopeful Trump reverses course on controversial pricing proposal Centrist efforts to convince Trump to end shutdown falter On The Money: Shutdown Day 26 | Pelosi calls on Trump to delay State of the Union | Cites 'security concerns' | DHS chief says they can handle security | Waters lays out agenda | Senate rejects effort to block Trump on Russia sanctions MORE (D-Calif.).

Ocasio-Cortez, the rising progressive star, has been documenting much of her first few weeks in Washington, D.C., on her personal Snapchat, offering followers a glimpse into her experience as an incoming freshman congresswoman.

“We are here at our new office and I just realized it is two doors down from Nancy Pelosi,” Ocasio-Cortez said in a Snapchat post on Friday, panning the camera down the hall to show the proximity of the two offices. 

The incoming House members selected their new offices Friday after holding a biennial office lottery.

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The office Ocasio-Cortez recorded appears to be Pelosi’s district office. Pelosi would inhabit the House Speaker’s office should she be chosen by Democrats in January.

Ocasio-Cortez said earlier this month that she would support the California Democrat's bid for the Speaker's gavel.

Her endorsement came after she joined a group of protesters in Pelosi’s office demanding congressional action on climate change. The sit-in came days after she won her election in New York's 14th Congressional District.