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- Sen. Kyrsten Sinema committed a fashion don't when she told fellow Democrats to f--- off The Arizona Republic
- Kyrsten Sinema Wears 'F*** Off' Ring After Controversial $15 Minimum Wage Vote Newsweek
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- ‘Shameful’ senator Kyrsten Sinema sparks furious uproar with ‘f**k off’ ring after controversial minimum wage vote Yahoo News UK
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Kyrsten Sinema emerges as pivotal vote on Democrats' agenda Los Angeles Times
We didn't help get Kyrsten Sinema elected so she could ensure Senate gridlock The Arizona Republic
Kyrsten Sinema Defends Filibuster as Pressure Mounts From Progressives The Wall Street Journal
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema wants to take an Arizona college matched-savings program national The Arizona Republic
מה אנחנו יודעים על Kyrsten Sinema
Kyrsten Lea Sinema ( KEER-stən SIN-ə-mə; born July 12, 1976) is an American politician, attorney, and social worker serving as the senior United States Senator from Arizona since January 2019. A Democrat, she served three terms as a state representative for Arizona's 15th legislative district from 2005 to 2011, one term as the state senator for Arizona's 15th legislative district from 2011 to 2012, and three terms as the United States Representative for Arizona's 9th congressional district from 2013 to 2019.
Sinema began her political career in the Arizona Green Party and rose to prominence for her progressive advocacy, supporting causes such as LGBT rights and opposing the war on terror. She left the Green Party to join the Arizona Democratic Party in 2004 and was elected to a seat in the United States House of Representatives in 2012. After her election, she joined the New Democrat Coalition, the Blue Dog Coalition and the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, amassing one of the most conservative voting records in the Democratic caucus. She won the 2018 Senate election to replace the retiring Jeff Flake, defeating Republican nominee Martha McSally. Sinema is the first openly bisexual and the second openly LGBT woman (after Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin) to be elected to the House of Representatives and to the Senate in 2012 and 2018, respectively. She also was the first woman elected to the Senate from Arizona.
Sinema is considered a moderate Democrat and a proponent of bipartisanship. During the 116th Congress, she voted with President Donald Trump's position roughly 25% of the time, the third-most of any Democratic senator, behind Joe Manchin and Mark Kelly.