Gov. Paterson to name Kirsten Gillibrand to U.S. Senate

Friday, January 23, 2009

Just a few hours ago, New York Governor David Paterson picked Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y. for Hillary Clinton's now-vacant Senate seat. The governor will formally announce his pick today at noon in Albany. According to the New York Times an aide to Rep. Gillibrand confirmed that she had accepted the appointment. Here to tell us more about the Senate's newest member is Liz Benjamin, a reporter for the New York Daily News.

Guests:

Liz Benjamin

Contributors:

Jim Colgan and Sitara Nieves

Comments [1]

j moore

Noooo, not Gillebrand. It's Gibbs. Or Jibbs. Or something.

Where's Bob Edwards on weekday mornings when you need him?

Femi, you're a class act. You didn't miss a step.

Jan. 23 2009 01:12 PM

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