ELECTIONS 2012: Gillibrand has earned second term 

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Manhattan attorney Wendy Long are graduates of Dartmouth. They're not far apart in age, and they're both working mothers. But the similarities between Gillibrand and Long, her Republican challenger, end there. Gillibrand, a Democrat, was sworn into the…

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