Elise Stefanik wiki, bio, age, height, instagram, husband, family

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Elise Marie Stefanik (born on July 2, 1984) is an American legislator filling in as the U.S. agent for New York's 21st legislative locale beginning around 2015.

As the seat of the House Republican Conference starting around 2021, she is the third-positioning House Republican.

An individual from the Republican Party, Stefanik's area covers the vast majority of the North Country, as well as a large portion of the Adirondacks.

It additionally incorporates a portion of the external rural areas of Utica and the Capital District.

Stefanik was 30 when previously chosen for the House of Representatives in 2014, the most youthful lady chosen for Congress at that point.

At first, chosen as a moderate, Stefanik has moved progressively to one side.

She was an area of strength for President Donald Trump during his 2019 indictment amid the Trump-Ukraine outrage and upheld Trump's endeavors to topple the 2020 official political race, protesting Pennsylvania's electing votes after Trump allies went after the U.S. Legislative center.

On the day a House examination concerning the assault started, Stefanik attested that Speaker Nancy Pelosi was liable for the assault.

Stefanik was chosen seat of the House Republican Conference in May 2021 after officeholder Liz Cheney was taken out.


Stefanik crushed Cobb again with 59% of the vote to Cobb's 41%.


In January 2015, Stefanik was selected for the House Armed Services Committee.

The green bean delegates of the 114th Congress chose her to act as the Freshman Representative to the Policy Committee.

In February 2015, she has delegated the bad habit seat on the House Armed Services Committee's Subcommittee on Readiness.

She was welcome to join the Senior Advisory Committee at the Harvard Institute of Politics not long after her political decision.

She was eliminated from the board in 2021 following her issue with Pennsylvania's electing votes after the raging of the U.S. Legislative center.

On January 11, 2017, Stefanik reported that she had been chosen co-seat of the Tuesday Group, "a council of ... moderate House Republicans from the nation over".

Stefanik drove enlistment for the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) in the 2018 House races; among 13 Republican ladies chosen for the House, only one was recently chosen.

In December 2018, Stefanik reported she would pass on the NRCC to make an "authority PAC" devoted to enrolling Republican ladies to campaign for office.

This gathering named Elevate PAC (E-PAC) reported in an October 22 question and answer session that it had to some extent supported the essential missions of 11 Republican ladies from different states.

In the 2020 House decisions, 18 of the 30 ladies embraced by Stefanik's E-PAC were chosen.

On May 19, 2021, Stefanik and any remaining House Republican pioneers cast a ballot against laying out a January 6 commission.

35 Republican House individuals and each of the 217 Democrats present to cast a ballot to lay out such a commission.



In May 2022, Stefanik connected Democratic officials to anonymous "pedo frauds" (for example pedophiles) in a tweet, embracing an assault technique ordinarily connected with the QAnon connivance development.

She stated: "The White House, House Dems, and common pedo scammers are so withdrawn from the American public". QAnon conspiracists place, without proof, that Democratic Party pioneers keep a worldwide youngster sex dealing ring.

"Great Replacement" theory

After the May 14, 2022, mass shooting in Buffalo, Representative Adam Kinzinger blamed Stefanik for advancing the "substitution hypothesis" in a portion of her 2020 mission advertisements, a reference to the bigot "Incredible Replacement" fear inspired notion that the shooter had refered to.

A guide to Stefanik denied the allegation, considering it "another sickening low for the Left, their Never Trump partners, and the puppet transcribers in the media."