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Tina Smith (Politician) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Tina Smith

American politician, and member of the Democratic Party, who began serving as a United States Senator
from Minnesota in 2018. She had been named the 48th lieutenant governor of Minnesota in 2015.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Stanford University.

She was once the vice president of external affairs at Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

Her husband’s name is Archie. They have two sons named Sam and Mason. Her mother Christine was a teacher and her father F. Harlan was a lawyer.

She filled the U.S. Senate seat that became available after the resignation of Al Franken.

Tina Smith Age

How old is Tina Smith? She was born in 1958, she is 65 years old.

Tina Smith Height & Weight

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Tina Smith Wiki

Tina Smith Wiki/Bio
Famous asPolitician
Age65 years old
BirthdayMarch 4, 1958
BirthplaceAlbuquerque, NM
Zodiac SignPisces
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Quotes by Tina Smith

I want to go places where there are really well-meaning people doing work that is interesting and seems to really matter and where everybody looks like at least once a day they have a really good laugh.

— Tina Smith

I came to Washington understanding what the Senate is capable of accomplishing and knowing that I’d have myriad opportunities as a senator to get things done.

— Tina Smith

All I can do is pay attention, listen to what people in Minnesota are saying and do everything I can to bring that voice to Washington.

— Tina Smith

I think that women are often underestimated – our suggestions, our advice, our leadership style. I think one of the reasons that that happens is women are much less likely to blow their own horn and brag about everything that they’ve done.

— Tina Smith

I had always heard that Mitch McConnell was a master legislator and a true loyalist to this institution. But in the 18 months I’ve been in the Senate, what I’ve seen is an astonishingly limited vision for what the Senate can and should accomplish. What a waste.

— Tina Smith