1. Kyrsten Sinema was raised as a Mormon, but is no longer affiliated with any church.
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6. On May 29, 2018, Kyrsten Sinema tweeted out a quote from Sheldon that read: "I'm honored to be with my sister, Kyrsten, as she gets her name on the ballot for the US Senate.
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8. Kyrsten Sinema is vying to replace Arizona Senator Jeff Flake, and if elected, she will become the first openly bisexual person to be voted into the US Senate and the second openly LGBT person to ever serve in the senate.
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15. Kyrsten Sinema was sworn in with the 116th United States Congress on January 3, 2019.
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16. In 2006, Kyrsten Sinema told a radio host that she was "the most liberal member of the Arizona State Legislature".
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21. Kyrsten Sinema began her political career as an activist for the Green Party before joining the Arizona Democratic Party in 2004.
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22. Kyrsten Sinema said she would be willing to work with Republicans on the border wall Wednesday afternoon.
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24. Kyrsten Sinema was declared winner of Arizona's Senate race Monday night—flipping the state to Democrats six days after polls closed.
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27. Kyrsten Sinema will be the first openly bisexual person elected to the US Senate.
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28. Kyrsten Sinema wins, will be first woman to represent Arizona in US Senate.
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33. Kyrsten Sinema is getting national attention as the first openly bisexual candidate elected to the US Senate.
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34. Kyrsten Sinema takes lead in US Senate race as ballots are counted.
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35. Kyrsten Sinema now has a small lead in the race for US Senate, and Kathy Hoffman has taken a narrow lead in the Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction race.
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36. Kyrsten Sinema has taken a slight lead over Martha McSally in the Arizona Senate race as results continue to come in.
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39. Kyrsten Sinema takes slight lead in Senate race over Martha McSally.
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47. Kyrsten Sinema had built a seemingly insurmountable 38,000-vote lead in the race pitting two members of the US House.
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51. Kyrsten Sinema makes history as first bisexual member of US Senate.
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53. Kyrsten Sinema was the second active member of Congress—behind Senator Jeff Merkley—to finish a long distance triathlon, and the first to complete an Ironman-branded race.
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54. On November 17, 2013, Kyrsten Sinema completed an Ironman Triathlon in a little more than 15 hours.
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55. In 2016, Kyrsten Sinema was one of just five House Democrats to vote for a Republican-backed bill barring the Federal Communications Commission from regulating broadband rates.
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57. Kyrsten Sinema voted for the SAFE Act, which expanded the refugee screening process to require signatures from the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Director of National Intelligence for each refugee entering the country.
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58. Kyrsten Sinema voted against repealing the Affordable Care Act, although she has called for reforms to the law.
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63. Kyrsten Sinema held a narrow lead over Parker, while provisional and absentee ballots were still being counted.
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65. In June 2011, Kyrsten Sinema said she was considering running for the US House of Representatives in 2012.
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66. In 2010, Kyrsten Sinema was named one of Time magazine's "40 Under 40".
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70. Kyrsten Sinema received her Master of Social Work degree from Arizona State University in 1999.
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72. Kyrsten Sinema worked for the adoption of the DREAM Act and campaigned against Propositions 107 and 102, two voter referendums to ban the recognition of same-sex marriage and civil unions in Arizona.
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73. Kyrsten Sinema began her political career as a Green Party activist before joining the Democratic Party and becoming a state legislator.
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