Amy Klobuchar is an American attorney who currently serves as a senior senator from Minnesota. She is the first woman to represent the state in the ‘U.S. Senate.’ She has been serving in the position since 2007, and her primary focus has been to curb white-collar crimes, increase criminal prosecutions, and strengthen the economy. She played a crucial role in passing the state's first felony laws against drunk driving (driving under the influence). She has worked with the 'Innocence Project' to protect people against false convictions. She has served several communities and subcommittees during the 110th and 116th congress meetings. She was a candidate in the 2020 ‘Democratic’ presidential race but dropped out eventually. She is a strong supporter of the LGBTQ community. She was against the Iraq War. Before Klobuchar entered politics, she was a corporate lawyer.