Just minutes ago Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ended her 2020 run for President. She had previously said she looked forward to going into red states and explaining to white women their “white privilege”. That along with Climate Change were some of her key issues. Gillibrand stated last week that she would be open to a Vice President role.
In the past two weeks, former Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington and Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts all dropped out of the White House race. All three immediately moved on to down-ballot races. Hickenlooper launched a bid for the Democratic Senate nomination in Colorado, while Inslee and Moulton announced re-election bids for their respective offices.
Gillibrand was reelected to her second term in the Senate in 2018 and won’t have to face a challenger for her seat until 2024, but she told Fox News last week that she would be open to serving as her party’s vice presidential nominee.
“I’m here to serve,” she said. “I can serveFox news