At a time companies throughout New York and America are struggling with a shortage of skilled workers that has left more than six million jobs unfilled nationwide, it is clear that the only job Kirsten Gillibrand is interested in is her next job.
Gillibrand’s decision to skip three Senate votes, two were voice votes, one was a roll call, is in stark contrast to her colleagues Senators Baldwin, Durbin and Duckworth who were all able to show up to cast their vote.
“Kirsten Gillibrand doesn’t live in New York - she lives full-time in Washington, DC. She spends her time and money traveling around the country supporting candidates outside of New York, to help her run for President,” said Farley.
Farley concluded, “New Yorkers deserve a Senator who actually wants to be Senator and will put our citizens first.”
Chele Farley is an outsider with over 25 years of experience in the private sector. She is the Republican, Conservative and Reform Party candidate for U.S. Senate. Farley lives in New York City with her husband Richard and their three sons. For more information about U.S. Senate candidate Chele Farley, please visit www.CheleFarleyforSenate.com.