Kirsten Gillibrand

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U.S. Senator

Kirsten Gillibrand




Leadership: No leadership position
Committees: Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Senate Special Committee on Aging
(subcommittees and past assignments)

Candidates for the NY-Senate Class I Seat:
(Next election: 2 November 2010)

Confirmed: None so far
Considering: None so far
Rumored: None so far
Potential: None so far
Dropped-out: None so far
(more info and editing for the NY-Senate Class I Seat)
On the Web
Official website

Kirsten Gillibrand, a Democrat, is the Junior Senator from New York in the United States Senate. She represented the 20th Congressional District of New York between 2007-2009. On January 23, 2009, Gillibrand was appointed by New York Governor David Paterson to fill the seat in the United States Senate vacated by Hillary Clinton, who assumed the office of United States Secretary of State in President Barack Obama's administration. She resigned from the House of Representatives on January 26, 2009, and was sworn in as a senator on January 27.[1]

Kirsten Gillibrand posts daily schedule information online.