New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand officially announced on Sunday morning that she is running for president in 2020.
Gillibrand, who announced an exploratory committee for a potential run in February, takes aim at President Trump and highlights a number of progressive causes in a launch video that asks: “Will brave win?”
The senator also announced a campaign kickoff rally in front of Trump International Tower in New York next week.
“We’re bringing the fight to Trump’s doorstep,” the event’s page reads.
Gillibrand, a former moderate Congresswoman, was appointed to replace Hillary Clinton in the Senate in 2009, and has enjoyed national attention in recent years, largely due to her activism in the #MeToo movement.