Contact Kirsten Gillibrand | Democratic U.S. Senator from New York
Kirsten Gillibrand Contact & Bio Information
Born 12/09/1966 (Age 54)
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DC Phone Number: 202-224-4451
Notable Speaking Engagements by Kirsten Gillibrand
Kirsten Gillibrand Congress Details
Years in Congress: 01/03/2007 - Present
Committees On: Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry, Armed Services, Environment & Public Works & Aging
Kirsten Gillibrand History
U.S. Senator from New York (01/26/2009 - Present)
U.S. Representative from New York (01/03/2007 - 01/26/2009)
College Attended: UCLA ('91) & Dartmouth ('88)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) Law (91) & Bachelors Degree American Studies (88)
Prior Occupations: Lawyer
Kirsten Gillibrand sat down for an interview with Martha Raddatz of "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" where they discussed the major protests in Hong Kong and her belief that Donald Trump is on the wrong side of history in not standing up for the protesters. She also criticized Israel's decision to bar Democratic Congresswomen from entering the country, but refused to call for any repercussions. The Senator also discussed her proposal for an assault weapons ban and a gun buyback program.
Night two of the second Democratic debate in Detroit was a heated one between the 2020 hopefuls. The candidates focused more on attacking one another on issues such as healthcare and immigration than they did on how they would defeat Donald Trump. Kamala Harris was slammed by several candidates for her healthcare plan and her tenure as California's attorney general, but it was Joe Biden who received the majority of the blows by almost every candidate. His record was constantly called into question, as well as his position on the Hyde Amendment. Biden's responses were references to his time serving with Barack Obama.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Senator Kristen Gillibrand talked with Fox News' correspondent Peter Doocy, following a heated debate on the second night of the second Democratic debate. She talked about how the Democratic nominee who faces President Donald Trump needs to inspire women, and have their back.
Night two of the first Democratic debate of the 2020 election cycle featured the second ten of twenty candidates who qualified to participate. The debate featured much more spirited discussion between the candidates than the first evening, with Vice President Biden, Senator Sanders, and Senator Harris engaging each other directly on a number of hot button issues like universal healthcare, racism, and immigration reform. One exchange in particular stood out when Senator Harris criticized Vice President Biden over his remarks praising former segregationist Southern Senators. Biden pushed back by saying Harris mischaracterized his words and insisted he did not praise racists.
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate and US Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand talked with Chris Matthews about her performance in the first Democratic debate. She also discussed repealing the Hyde Amendment, as well as dealing with institutional racism. She said " I will never compromise on women's reproductive freedom."
New York Senator and 2020 Democratic candidate, Kirsten Gillibrand spoke during the Iowa Democratic Party Hall of Fame event in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She stressed her fight for abortion access, much like she has in her campaign. She also objected to Joe Biden's support for repealing the Hyde Amendment.
2020 democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was interviewed by Margaret Brennan on Face the Nation. She spoke about her stance against the anti-abortion law that was passed in Alabama, as well as the Trump administration's immigration policies.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, gave her thoughts on the Mueller Report to The View. She also talked about her bid for the White House in the 2020 Presidential election.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand officially declared her intention to seek the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2020 during an interview on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert." Gillibrand was elected to the Senate in 2008 and was reelected in 2014. She represents the state of New York.