Gillibrand, Michelle Kwan Want to Fire Up Millennial Women for Hillary

Gillibrand spoke at a Women Senators Endorsement Event for Clinton in November (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and figure skater Michelle Kwan are kicking off presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s millennial women enterprise on Tuesday night.  

The D.C. launch of the campaign’s new initiative, Millennial Women for Hillary, will take place at Dirty Martini bar in Dupont Circle at 6 p.m. Women between the ages of 22 and 35 are invited and must sign up online by paying $25 . "Whether it's fighting for equal pay for equal work, making college affordable or pushing to make paid leave a reality in this country, Hillary Clinton's agenda empowers millennial women and their voices are important now more than ever as the first primaries and caucus are just a few weeks away," Gillibrand told HOH about the launch.  

The senator is one of the early Clinton endorsers. Kwan is the Hillary for America Surrogate Outreach Coordinator.  

The two hosts will speak on their own public service experience and how millennial women can be involved in Clinton’s campaign.