July 12-15, 2019: Gillibrand is campaigning in Iowa.
July 11, 2019: Gillibrand proposed a "Deadbeat Company Tax," which would penalize large companies for moving 25 jobs or more overseas. The penalties include a 15 percent abandonment tax on the total value of any capital assets moved out of the U.S.
July 10, 2019: Elizabeth Warren reintroduced the Climate Risk Disclosure Act, which would require companies to disclose information about climate risks like greenhouse gas emissions. Gillibrand cosponsored the bill. Gillibrand began her “Trump Broken Promises Tour” through Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. She campaigned in Pittsburgh.
July 9, 2019: Gillibrand spoke at the “Politics & Eggs” event in Manchester, New Hampshire, and discussed conservative positions she previously held on gun legislation and immigration. Also on July 9, Gillibrand and 12 other Democratic presidential candidates called on Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to resign for his involvement in negotiating a plea agreement for Jeffrey Epstein in a 2008 sex trafficking case.
July 8, 2019: The Washington Post profiled Gillibrand’s campaign, retail politics, and polling performance. Gillibrand also released a television and digital ad her campaign called the “first anti-Trump television attack ad of the 2020 presidential cycle.” The ad was scheduled to air in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan markets.