Last year, the Working Families Party had endorsed Rep. Joe Crowley’s seemingly assured re-election.

Then, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez upended expectations and defeated him in a June primary.

On Friday, nearly 10 months away from her re-election bid beginning in earnest, the WFP endorsed Ocasio-Cortez for a second term.

“Alexandria has become a superstar in American politics for a very simple reason,” said Maurice Mitchell, national director of the Working Families Party.

“She speaks authentically about the needs of working families, and proposes solutions that meet the scale of those needs. We have Alexandria’s back in 2020 through the Democratic primary, the general election, and beyond. We’re proud to partner with her to build a New York and an America for the many, not the few.”

Meanwhile, the party on Friday also endorsed Reps. Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib. All are Ocasio-Cortez’s fellow members of “The Squad” — a group of progressive freshman in Congress who had drawn the public ire of President Donald Trump this summer.

Trump set off a firestorm in July when he tweeted the four lawmakers should “go back” and fix countries they are from, despite three having been born in the U.S. and Omar being a naturalized citizen. The attacks on Twitter were widely condemned as racist.