Kyrsten Sinema is an American politician, best known as the incumbent senior senator from the state of Arizona. Born and raised in Arizona, she and her mother moved to Florida when she was still a child. Back then, her mother had just divorced Kyrsten’s father. Kyrsten and her family went through extreme poverty when her stepfather lost his job. The family was practically homeless for 3 years after that. She completed her high-school graduation somehow and joined the Brigham Young University. She joined active politics in 2000, after she joined the Arizona Green Party, and in 2004, she joined the Democratic Party. She contested for a seat in the Arizona House of Representatives in the 2004 elections and won it. She was known for her strong support toward the LGBT community and played a key part in the legalization of gay marriage in the state of Arizona in 2014. She entered the U.S. congress in 2012, after winning the seat from Arizona’s 9th district. She was known as the first openly bisexual woman to sit in the United States senate. In 2019, she was elected as a senator from Arizona.