5 Facts About The Presidential Candidate Who Stole Rosario Dawson's Heart

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The rumors are completely true: Rosario Dawson and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker are a couple. Dawson voiced her love for the presidential hopeful in an interview at an airport.

"He's a wonderful human being, it's good to spend some time together when we can," the actress said of the 2020 presidential candidate.

Even though, she's happy to be dating Booker she revealed they're not focused on an engagement yet.

"I am just grateful to be with someone that I respect and love and admire so much, who is so brilliant, kind and caring and loving," she added.

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And what do we know about her new man?

1. Cory Anthony Booker is an American politician serving as the junior United States Senator from New Jersey.

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Today, I stood in my in Newark, not too far from my home, with hundreds of New Jerseyans to speak out against the Trump Administration’s abhorrent immigration policies. Earlier this week I traveled to McAllen, Texas, where I witnessed firsthand how far this Administration’s approach to immigration has strayed from some of our most fundamental American values. It was heartbreaking. It must be stopped. I could not be more grateful to those marching today across our country, to the countless patriots speaking truth to power, to those who are loudly proclaiming that we won’t be silent as the Trump administration continues to act with such cruelty towards those fleeing unthinkable violence and poverty. This is a moral moment in our country. Silence lends to the continuance of injustice. Thank you to all of those speaking out today. #FamiliesBelongTogether

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2. After graduating from Northern Valley Regional High School, Booker received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University where he played on the varsity football team.

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Proof that I once had hair! I deeply miss my @stanfordfball days not just for love of the game, but for the lifelong lessons that I continue to carry with me to this day. One in particular stands out: like many college players, I put in the hard work for four years and soon even believed that doors would swing open to playing in the NFL. Instead I was cut before my fifth year and final year of eligibility. But we must always remember that even in tough times there are so many blessings. I’m grateful for the new path that I was put on that led to a Rhodes scholarship, law school, an early career in public service and over 20 years living in the city that I love, Newark, New Jersey. My time on the team reinforced to me the power of good people coming together, working hard together, and sacrificing together. I’m excited for the new journey ahead, and deeply grateful to the incredible new team we’re building for #Cory2020 (I hope you will join). Now... after a very long weekend, I’m looking forward to taking some time to sit back, relax and watch some football later with some of my closest lifelong friends — many I’ve known for over 30 years and played high school football with (1986 State Champions #NVOT!) #gratitude

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3. He's a vegan, displaying his food choices on Instagram.

4. According to his presidential website, when Cory’s parents tried to move into a neighborhood with a good school district, no one would sell them a home because of the color of their skin. A group of volunteer lawyers, who had seen what happened on Bloody Sunday in 1965 and were inspired to help black families in their own community, stepped in to help the family get their home.

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Happy Father’s Day! I'm thinking a lot about my own father today – Cary Booker – how he raised me to never forget where I come from, and the debt we all owe, in our family histories, to unearned grace; the kindness of strangers; and the generosity and activist struggle of so many. ⠀ With this in mind, It is incredibly devastating to know that our nation is allowing the trauma of hundreds and hundreds of children being torn away from their families. This is immoral. This is wrong. This is a violation of our highest values and the best of our history. ⠀ This #FathersDay, let us reaffirm our commitment to fight this injustice. We must tirelessly work to end the Trump administration’s inhuman policy of separating children and parents at the border. There is no law requiring this Administration to separate children from their parents at the border -- Attorney General Sessions and Secretary Nielsen are choosing to tear families apart to intimidate those who are lawfully seeking asylum in our country. ⠀ So this Father’s Day, let's all commit ourselves to taking one more action to help put a stop to this horrific policy of separating families at the border and putting children in these conditions. Please, call your members of Congress, go to a local protest, make noise on social media. This is something that is so un-American to its core – and we must put a stop to it.

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5. Booker chose the first day of Black History Month in February to launch his presidential campaign.

"The history of our nation is defined by collective action; by interwoven destinies of slaves and abolitionists; of those born here and those who chose America as home; of those who took up arms to defend our country, and those who linked arms to challenge and change it," Booker narrates in a video released last month which features him walking through his Newark neighborhood.

"I'm Cory Booker and I'm running for president of the United States of America," he said.