Sunday, June 16, 2019

Some Tweets from Kirsten Gillibrand

  •  Pinned Tweet
    At the end of the day, the question is: Do we value women? And for me, there will always be only one answer. If you agree, join me:
  • Couldn’t leave New Hampshire empty handed 🛍
  • How small-minded and backwards do you have to be to cancel a nearly-completed effort to feature a national hero, and the first-ever woman of color, on our currency? Actually, don't answer that.
  • Paid family leave isn’t just an economic issue or a “women’s issue”—it should be part of the conversation we have around health care in this country. Thank you for the great discussion this morning.
  • When DACA was created seven years ago today, we made a promise to Dreamers who work hard and have only ever called America home. Breaking that promise is one of many cowardly things this president has done. Let's be brave. Let's keep our promise and create a path to citizenship.
  • The first debate is a huge moment for this campaign. I'll get the chance to share what—and who—I'm fighting for. Help us keep growing this team one living room at a time by hosting a debate watch party on Thursday, June 27:
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    Wonderful to be with , and the tonight to discuss the need to fight for hardworking families in the Granite State and across the country. Bottom line is we need a new President.
  • So good to be back with my friend on our old stomping grounds.
  • Every election matters, and not just in 2020. Virginia has a crucial election in 2019! If Democrats win two seats in each chamber, we can flip the state legislature and protect health care, reproductive rights, and more. Help :
  • Feels like yesterday that I was hanging out at Dartmouth with —now we're back for a campaign event! Join us live from Hanover, NH:
  • It's official: We'll be on the debate stage in Miami! I'm so grateful to everyone who's stepped up to get me there—but to make the next round, our goal's been doubled. Chip in to help make sure I get the chance to share my vision in the next debates, too:
  • Clean water is a human right. Justice for Flint means getting to the bottom of what went wrong. It means figuring out who's responsible and holding them accountable. Anything less than that is unacceptable.
  • ., you shouldn't have to be so brave to share your story, and affirm why these decisions should stay between pregnant people and their doctors—but I'm so grateful that you are. Thank you.
  • 👋 met our new organizers 🍻 served drinks at an iconic gay bar 📖 visited a book club 🌈 celebrated Pride 🇺🇸 ran into a friend 💪 flipped some tires 📢 led some chants 🎙 spoke at Hall of Fame Another great weekend in Iowa:
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    123,000+ children in are waiting to be adopted & turning away , religious minority & single parents denies children loving homes. TY to for the bipartisan Act to help prohibit this discrimination!
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    Thank you for championing America’s children and families and introducing the Act end discrimination in and .
  • No one should have to choose between Social Security savings or paid family leave when they need to take time off with their family. We're the only industrialized country in the world without a National Paid Leave plan—and it's past time we change that.
  • It was great getting to sit down with the Editorial Board earlier this week!
  • I love Pride.
  • Our service members put everything on the line to keep us safe. The least we can do is make sure they're protected within their own ranks. So long as they're subject to sexual assault without justice, we're failing them. We need to pass the Military Justice Improvement Act. Now.