1. Gabrielle Giffords participated in Science and Technology committee, and chaired its Space and Aeronautics subcommittee in her next term.
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2. Gabrielle Giffords earned re-election in 2008, defeating Republican State Senate President Timothy Bee, a childhood schoolmate, with nearly 55 percent of the vote.
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3. Gabrielle Giffords was elected to a seat in the Arizona State House on her first try for office in 2000.
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14. On September 6, 2012, Gabrielle Giffords led the Pledge of Allegiance at that evening's meeting of the Democratic National Convention.
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15. In 2008, before being shot, Gabrielle Giffords opposed Washington DC prohibitions on possession of handguns in the home and having usable firearms there, signing an amicus brief with the US Supreme Court to support its overturn.
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19. Gabrielle Giffords was one of 60 lawmakers who voted against the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 during its first House vote before switching to a yes vote in its second House vote, and she voted for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
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25. On November 5, 2010, Gabrielle Giffords was declared the victor after a close race against Republican Jesse Kelly.
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31. Gabrielle Giffords is a native of Tucson, Arizona, and a graduate of Scripps College and Cornell University.
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