Kirsten Gillibrand
Democratic Party - US Senator
Junior United States Senator from New York since 2009. A member of the Democratic Party, previously served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 2007 to 2009
New York
Primary Office
478 Russell Senate Office Building
Dec 11 2019
Spent some time this afternoon signing @RedCross Holiday Mail for Heroes cards to thank our brave service members for all that they do. https://t.co/2Yoq1Wm2S3
Dec 11 2019
The FAA should act immediately to put these urgent safety recommendations for tourist helicopters in place. https://t.co/um4toikQZu
Dec 10 2019
It’s been two years since President Trump’s FCC repealed #NetNeutrality. Now, massive corporations can discriminate against content they don’t like and restrict access for American consumers. We need a free and open internet—let's demand a vote on the #SaveTheInternet Act.
Dec 09 2019
After today's reporting by the @washingtonpost suggesting that administration officials—and potentially military officials—misled the American public about the Afghan War, I'm calling for hearings to address these concerning revelations and review our strategy in Afghanistan. https://t.co/inBmq9zNKT
Dec 09 2019
These explosive documents and revelations shed a light on nearly two decades of unending conflict in Afghanistan—and make clear that we need fundamental reform to put a stop to our country’s forever wars. Congress needs to take back its war powers. https://t.co/EtUjWlm0YV
Dec 08 2019
The federal government, the country’s largest employer, could now provide basic parental leave for their workers. There’s more to do, but it’s an encouraging step forward in our fight to enact paid family leave for all workers. https://t.co/REzGQUiHo2
Dec 07 2019
Community Health Centers provide vital care to our most vulnerable communities. With federal funding for these resources at risk of being cut, I'm urging @senatemajldr and my colleagues to extend, raise, and reauthorize the Community Health Center Fund. https://t.co/qhWpaOYn2i
Dec 05 2019
President Trump is considering sending 14,000 additional troops to the Middle East. He should be coming to Congress for approval first. These forever wars must end. https://t.co/wPSpZWfIyR