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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D)
Location: New York
Affiliation: Democrat
Website: http://gillibrand.senate.gov/
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Thomas Marotta Posted 2 years ago
Senator, When are you going to stand up for the American Constitution and up hod your oath. And stop the PROGRESSIVE AGENDA. Our Sovereignty is at risk. What will you do to stop the destruction or our great Nation. Rest assured I will do everything I can to see you not get re-elected. Now get off of Schumer's shirt tale and do the right thing.
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Fiscal Responsibility
Ross Willson Posted 6 years ago
Hey There! Pay Attention..
12 Month payroll tax better be in my Christmas stocking, BTW Where might the Federal Budget be, hmmm !?? Over 900 days and You haven't done your Job, Gee I wonder if I failed to perform at my Job (over 900 days) would I still be employed?? I think NOT..c'mon 2012 !!
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Economy
Ruth Mazzaro Posted 6 years ago
You have not signed the Cut Cap Balance pledge yet.
Please do so as soon as you can...
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Immigration
Fran Nelson Posted 6 years ago
I would like to know why the Senate and Congress is allowing the US government to sue Arizona to ALLOW ILLEGALS the right that only US citizens have to vote
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Womens Rights
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Posted 6 years ago
On March 11, 2011, Kirsten appeared at the Daily Beast's Women In The World summit and spoke with Tina Brown and Mika Brzezinski about the importance of women getting off the sidelines and making their voice heard.

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General
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Posted 6 years ago
Kirsten spoke about the importance of women getting off the sidelines during her EMILY's List Live Facebook chat with Stephanie Schriock in May, 2011

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Other
Netanyahoo Posted 6 years ago
Why does our gov. in NYC feel it's necessary to stop people from smoking in our parks but doesn't care about stopping the flow of illegals coming in to our country. Is this why we elect people in this country?
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Transparency
Kristy Smeltzer Posted 7 years ago
I read your ideas about transparency and think they are good. The problem we really face in making transparency effective is the interaction with the people. Here are my suggestions for your program that will insure it will work:

1. Link transparency with accountability (you and other elected officials listen and follow the will of the people)

2. Respond to ideas proposed by those you may not like (Republicans, Tea Party, etc.)

3. Act on the input from your constituents!

Our system is really simple if you remember what it was designed for, each person is considered equal in value and each has a say, if they choose to.

I like this system because it takes 50 people to agree before you have to answer but when 50 people from your district do pose a question or have a comment that you should respond to I hope you will.

Again, transparency is only valuable if there’s accountability associated to it.

Will you be accountable to the people of your state?
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Government Spending
Kristy Smeltzer Posted 7 years ago
Senator, What are the three most important issues you will be dealing with in the next 6 months?
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Joan Posted 7 years ago
You know it's health care as one but I would like to know the other two also! Maybe schools will be one, (I HOPE!).
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transportation
youcanteatmoney Posted 7 years ago
transit authorities and commuter rail agencies all face huge funding gaps as a result of falling state tax revenues. state and the federal government must provide adequate funding streams for mass transit. as far back as 1954 to the present a disproportional 80% of federal money for transportation is directed towards roads and bridges with the remaining 20% directed to mass transit. of that 20% mass transit operations are lucky to see 1% of the total allocated, the other 19% going to infrastructure. it is a battle we cannot loose if we are to save and create jobs and the much needed mass transit service. what can be done by elected officials and the public to correct this inequity ?
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Gerardo Gonzales Posted 7 years ago
What can be done is be honest and open like we were promised in the election. I think the real problem is we as citiszens don't have access to the info and access to government officials that get to pick and choose what they want to deal with, like your issue here.
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