Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Media Angle offers unique perspectives on today’s media landscape from the newsmakers themselves.Harvard Law School student Jonathan Herzog once described himself as “politically homeless.” Then he was introduced to Andrew Yang’s 2020 presidential candidacy and had a political awakening, which he described on his website as a “hypnic jerk,” “that sudden feeling of falling that we jump awake to sometimes as we’re falling asleep.”Herzog was so inspired by Yang’s “Humanity First” message that he left law school to join the then little-known businessman, and was quickly hired as the campaign’s Iowa campaign coordinator.The 24-year-old member of the “Yang Gang” felt so passionately about policies like the Universal Basic Income (UBI), which guarantees $1,000 to every American adult, that he left the campaign to launch his own congressional bid last fall in hopes of enacting such policies on Capitol Hill.GOP CANDIDATE DALIA AL-AQIDI ON CHALLENGING ILHAN OMAR, BEING IGNORED BY MAINSTREAM MEDIAThe self-described “Freedom Democrat” hopes to defeat 72-year-old Rep. Jerry Nadler in New York’s 10th District on June 23 and be elected as the youngest lawmaker at 25 years old (his birthday is in May), breaking the record of Rep.


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