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Catherine Marie Cortez Masto (born March 29, 1964) is an American lawyer and politician who has represented Nevada in the United States Senate since 2017. She served as Nevada’s 32nd Attorney General from 2007 until 2015. She is a Democrat. Cortez Masto earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, and his law degree from Gonzaga University School of Law. Before being elected Nevada attorney general in 2006, she spent four years as a civil attorney in Las Vegas and two years as a criminal prosecutor for the United States Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C. She was re-elected in 2010, but due to lifetime term restrictions imposed by the Constitution, she was not able to seek for a third term in 2014.
In 2006, Cortez Masto ran for state attorney general and beat Republican opponent Don Chairez 59 percent to 36 percent, with 5% voting for “None of these.” In 2010, she was re-elected, defeating Republican Travis Barrick 52 percent to 36 percent, with 8% of the vote going to Independent American Joel F. Hansen and 4% to “None of these.” Brian Krolicki, then Nevada’s Republican lieutenant governor, was the subject of an inquiry started by Cortez Masto’s office in 2009. Krolicki was charged with felony mismanagement of the Nevada College Savings Trust Fund while serving as state treasurer. During the inquiry, the Las Vegas Review-Journal learned that Cortez Masto’s husband, Paul, intended to throw a fundraiser for Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Robert S. Randazzo four days before the attorney general’s office was set to charge Krolicki. Cortez Masto stated that she was not aware of the fundraiser. Krolicki’s accusations were eventually dropped in Clark County District Court. The dropping of the charges against Krolicki was seen as a political defeat for Cortez Masto, who had “opened herself up to allegations of politicising her position and prosecutorial misconduct,” according to the Las Vegas Sun. In the 2014 election, Cortez Masto refused to run for governor of Nevada. Senator Harry Reid of Nevada backed her as his successor when he chose not to seek for reelection in 2016. Cortez Masto’s candidacy was primarily reliant on Reid’s political apparatus. U.S. Representative Joe Heck, a Republican, was her opponent. The League of Conservation Voters endorsed Cortez Masto, who favours increasing expenditures in renewable energy technologies. End Citizens United, a political action committee working to defeat Citizens United v. FEC, and pro-choice organisations like EMILY’s List and Planned Parenthood also contributed to her campaign. Cortez Masto received 47 percent of the vote (520,658 votes) compared to 45 percent for Heck (494,427 votes). While Heck won 16 of Nevada’s counties and equivalents, Cortez Masto won Clark County by over 82,000 votes, over three times her statewide margin of 27,000 votes. Clark County is home to over 70% of the state’s population. She became the first Latina in the United States Senate on January 3, 2017. Cortez Masto declared her reelection campaign for 2022 on February 24, 2021.
When Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol, Cortez Masto was participating in the certification of the 2021 United States Electoral College vote tally. When the Capitol was invaded, she was on the Senate floor, prepared to speak. Cortez Masto could hear the assailants from just outside the Capitol Police-secured chamber. She and her colleague senators were relocated to an unknown safe place as the assailants approached the chamber. While hiding in position, Cortez Masto tweeted that the incident was “un-American and unacceptable.” Cortez Masto decried the genocide of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority in October 2017 and urged for a more robust response to the issue. Cortez Masto was one of 34 senators that signed a letter in April 2019 condemning Donald Trump’s decision to shut off foreign aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. Cortez Masto acknowledges that human-caused climate change exists and believes that the federal government should set limits on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. She favours the creation of more green employment and a greater dependence on solar power and other clean energy sources in Nevada. She opposes Yucca Mountain being used as a nuclear waste dump.
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- Name: Catherine Cortez Masto
- Date of Birth: 29 March 1964
- Age: 57 years
- Birth Sign: Aries
- Nationality: American
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- Birth Place/City: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
- Profession: United States Senator
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