Scherie Murray, a New York businesswoman who emigrated from Jamaica with her family when she was 9, launched a campaign for the congressional seat held by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Wednesday, July 17.

Her introductory video dubbed “Bridges” portrays Murray as a bridge-builder that will connect “different nationalities and races and political parties,” through the message she directly challenged Ocasio-Cortez.

“Your representative in Washington chooses self-promotion over service, conflict over constituents, resistance over assistance,” Murray said in the video. “Queens and Bronx needs someone who will create jobs instead of turning them away.”

In a series of tweets, Murray is calling Ocasio-Cortez out for seeking celebrity and publicity instead of serving the public.

After Ocasio-Cortez’s ongoing feud with House Democratic leadership and her backlash against President Trump’s tweets, Murray has cast her as someone who is “pushing for a pay raise for herself” and “fighting for the limelight.”

“There is a crisis in Queens, and it’s called AOC, and instead of focusing on us, she’s focusing on being famous. Mainly rolling back progress and authoring the job-killing Green New Deal and killing the Amazon New York deal,” she told the Fox News.

Murray considers herself a President Trump supporter, she has joined the lineup of Republicans who will be challenging for congressional seats in 2020, including former police officer John Cummings, medical journalist Ruth Papazian, construction contractor Miguel Hernandez, and entrepreneur Antoine Tucker.