President of the united states
- We want to maintain our National Defense
- When it comes to immigration: As long as they work and can support themselves, they should be considered citizens.
- Healthcare should be affordable and it should be easier for everyone to have.
- When it comes to criminal law, we believe that the death penalty is cruel and unusual punishment that should not be used
Lawyer, U.S. Senate, Law Professor.
Born: October 20, 1972
From: Louisville, Kentucky
Education: Attended Columbia University (majoring in political science), then went on to attend Harvard Law School.
Work Experience: Had many small jobs while she was in college, was a professor at NYU law school for 10 years, was a lawyer, was elected New York state senate, and was re-elected two times.