(Kirsten Gillibrand dropped out of the race on 8/28/19) Kirsten Gillibrand is New York’s junior Senator. Gillibrand was first appointed to the Senate in 2009, and won a special election for the seat in 2010. Before serving in the Senate, she was a Representative for New York's 20th congressional district from 2006 to 2009. Gillibrand also worked as an attorney for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and on Secretary Clinton's 2000 U.S. Senate campaign. Gillibrand received her B.A. from Dartmouth College, where she was actress Connie Britton’s roommate (Mrs. Coach y’all!), and got her law degree from UCLA. Learn more about Senator Gillibrand below:
— Kirsten Gillibrand
"Family Bill of Rights"
Including universal family leave, affordable child care, and universal pre-k.
Achieve net zero carbon emissions over the next ten years and pass the Green New Deal.
Voters can receive “Democracy Dollars” to assign to their preferred candidates and candidates can receive them if they meet the qualifying threshold and agree to cap individual cash donations to $200.