United States Senator

Hillary Rodham Clinton was elected United States Senator from New York on November 7, 2000. She is the only First Lady ever elected to the United States Senate. Now midway through her six-year term, Senator Clinton has proven to be a strong advocate for New York, working in a bipartisan way to pass legislation, secure millions in appropriations and draw attention to issues that matter to people throughout New York State. Senator Clinton serves on the Senate Committees for Environment and Public Works; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; and is the first New York Senator to serve on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

780 Third Avenue
Suite 2601 (New York City Office)
New York, NY 10017

(202)224-6821 - (TTY) Washington, DC
(212) 688-6262 - (Voice) New York City Office
(202) 224-4451 - (Voice) Washington, D.C. Office

(212) 688-7444 - New York City Office
(202) 228-0282 - General Washington, D.C. Office
(202) 228-0121 - Scheduling Requests



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