Note: We are a non-profit organization and will never endorse a candidate. Nor tell you how to vote. We will begin to cover the candidates for 2020 as they come out of the woodwork. This fundraiser costs less than a month of Pfizer's breast cancer drug which runs a cool $9,850 per month.
Do any of you remember that David Kirby wrote a HuffPo post that Gillibrand as a newly minted Senator was calling for funding into vaccine safety? How quaint. Senator Gillibrand: Supporter of Vaccine-Autism ResearchSenator Gillibrand: Supporter of Vaccine-Autism Research
If media accounts about Kirsten Gillibrand of New York are correct, then I am pleased to be the first to report that my new Senator is a supporter of research into possible connections between vaccines and autism.
The presumptive Senator, a moderate Democrat from the Hudson Valley, is sure to join the growing chorus of voices in the US Senate — and well beyond — in calling for more Federal funding for scientific studies into vaccines and autism, including Senators Kennedy, Dodd, McCain, Lieberman and Enzi, among others, and former Senators Clinton and Obama.
CNBC Pfizer executive Sally Susman to host 2020 presidential fundraiser for Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand
- Presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand is to attend a fundraiser at the home of Sally Susman, a top Pfizer executive, on March 31, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.
- Tickets cost $1,000 to $2,700, these people added.
- Susman is a major figure in Democratic fundraising circles. She was a lead bundler for President Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign.