This article presents an unbiased comparison of the political positions and policies of Kirsten Gillibrand and Bob Turner, Democratic and Republican candidates respectively for the 2012 senate election in New York.

WINNER: Kirsten Gillibrand

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Bob Turner versus Kirsten Gillibrand comparison chart
Edit this comparison chartBob TurnerKirsten Gillibrand
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Bob TurnerKirsten Gillibrand
Religion Roman Catholic Roman Catholic
Occupation Media executive, Politician Politician, Attorney
Alma Mater St. John's University (New York) Dartmouth College (A.B.) UCLA School of Law (J.D.)
Residence Rockaway Point, Queens, New York City Hudson, New York
Spouse(s) Peggy Turner Jonathan Gillibrand
Website http://bobturner.house.gov/ http://www.kirstengillibrand.com
Political Party Republican Democratic
Date of birth May 2, 1941 November 9, 1966
Place of birth New York City Albany, New York
Current Position Congressman from New York's 9th district Junior United States Senator

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