In a feature about Kirsten Gillibrand ’88, The Atlantic chronicles how the New York senator “has gone from a rural populist to the next Hillary Clinton—with White House ambitions to match.”
“Kirsten Gillibrand is determined to have it all—and, along the way, perhaps give Democrats their next bright, young national star,” writes The Atlantic.
Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland tells The Atlantic that Gillibrand is “an extraordinarily bright politician. And I use ‘politician’ in a good way. My own view is that I think Gillibrand is one of the people in the United States of America that I think can be president of the United States.”
Read the full story, published 10/26/13 by The Atlantic.