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Kirsten Gillibrand
Mom to Theo, Henry and dog Maple. Wife to Jonathan. U.S. Senator for New York. Not “very polite.” She/her.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 4h
I will not participate in the degradation of our democracy or our judiciary, or in confirming a judge so clearly unfit for the Supreme Court.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 5h
To all observing Yom Kippur in New York and around the world, sending my best wishes for an easy and meaningful fast.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 10h
I will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett. This nomination process is illegitimate. I refuse to participate in the further degradation of our democracy and our judiciary.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 12h
The single most impactful thing we can do is work to flip the Senate. So we're coming together, right now, to raise 200k for . She *can* flip Texas’ Senate seat blue—but not without our help. Please give what you can:
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State of the Union 14h
Comedian Jon Stewart has joined forces with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and to raise awareness about the dangers and risks that toxic burn pits pose to veterans and advocate for a bill to expand health care options for them
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 26
The single most effective thing we can do right now is fight to win back the Senate and the White House. It's how we protect the future of the Supreme Court and our democracy. Let's get to work:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 26
Trump and Senate Republicans are rushing Barrett’s nomination because they know that the American people aren’t with them. Because they want to rip health care away from millions by seating a judge who is opposed to the Affordable Care Act.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 26
Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court is the product of a corrupt, illegitimate process that undermines the will of the American people. Alongside her dangerous, ultra-conservative record, she’s not fit to serve on the Supreme Court.
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Kirsten Gillibrand retweeted
Supermajority Sep 26
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 26
TODAY starting @ 2PM ET: I'm taking part in 's event. I'm looking forward to gathering with an amazing group of leaders and change-makers to celebrate women's leadership and political power. See you there!
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 25
TOMORROW, 9/26: I'm taking part in an exciting discussion on economic justice with a fantastic group of leaders and experts for 's . Hope to see you there! RSVP:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 25
Katy, I'd love to talk more with you about my paid family leave proposal (The FAMILY Act) that would help moms, dads, and all caregivers—DM me?
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 25
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg inspired generations of women—myself included—leaving a legacy that will echo throughout history. We’ll keep fighting for it.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 24
. and I met as freshmen members of the House in 2006. I count our friendship among the greatest blessings of my time in Washington. And I'm thrilled to see her remarkable story and advocacy celebrated in ! It's worth the read:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 24
Looking forward to joining —and this stellar group of women—for on a panel about economic justice. I hope you'll join us on Saturday, 9/26! RSVP:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 24
Right now, Congress is pushing trillions of dollars of COVID relief out the door. And millions are going right into the pockets of the same people making decisions about relief policy. and I want to put a stop to this.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 23
Breonna Taylor should still be with us. Today, it was decided that the officers who killed her will not be held accountable—it’s all too clear that our justice system is broken. We must keep fighting to reform the systems that continue to fail her and countless Black Americans.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 23
The climate crisis isn’t coming—it’s here. It's ravaging the country. And voters deserve to know what their presidential candidates plan to do about it. I joined in calling on to ensure the doesn't go unaddressed in 2020:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Sep 23
I had the opportunity to write a few words about the incomparable for .
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Kirsten Gillibrand retweeted
Public Citizen Sep 23
At least $13,700,000 in COVID relief funds went directly to companies owned by or employing members of Congress or their families. We desperately need more oversight.
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