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A recent Politico Magazine profile outlined 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s (D-NY) desperate attempts to garner donations and concern over how her gender appeals to voters.
While she spoke at a micro-pub four miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean, Gillibrand told her supporters she needed financial assistance in order to be successful in the race for president.
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“For anyone here, if you like what you’ve heard tonight, I want to earn my place on the debate stage. I can’t do it unless you send a dollar—literally, really,” Gillibrand said to a small crowd of supporters gathered in the pub. “The measure is for anyone who wants to be on the debate stage, you need to get 65,000 individual supporters. So please go to KirstenGillibrand.com and just send a dollar. It will help me get to the debate stage.”
Gillibrand, the author of a New York Times bestseller who was once named one of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world, also shared her concerns that gender plays a large role in who gets elected in the end.
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In a conversation for Politico’s “Off Message” podcast, Gillibrand, according to Politico, “vacillated between insinuating that she is being treated differently because of her gender and arguing that Americans are ready for a female president.”
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