Sen Hirono: Bio,Age,Wiki

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Who is Sen Hirono? Mazie Hirono is an American politician who has served as a young U.S. senator from Hawaii since 2013. As a member of the Democratic Party, he served as a member of the Hawaii House of Representatives from 1981 to 1995 and as lieutenant governor of Hawaii from 1994-2002.

To learn more about her, read the article below.

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Mazie hirono

Prior to fame, he attended the University of Hawaii and Georgetown University.

Family relationships
Mazie Hirono Ethnicity / Religion

Mazie was born in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, to a mother of American citizenship. She was born to Sato Laure Chie and Hirono Matabe.
Mazie Hirono Relationship / Married / Husband
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She is married to Leighton Kim Oshima (m, 1987). For more information, visit his Twitter.

Profile / Wiki / Information
Personal information

Full name: Mazie Keiko Hirono
Nicknames: Mazie
Birthday: 3 November 1947
Age: 71 (from May 2019)
Birthplace: Koori, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Current residence: Hawaii
Education: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Georgetown University
Occupation: politician
Nationality: American
Ethnicity / Race: is of Japanese ethnicity
Religion: Buddhist
Zodiac: Scorpio
Spouse / Wife: Leighton Kim Oshima (m. 1987)
Net value: Not available

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Measurements

Height: Not available
Weight: Not available

Curiosity/facts you probably didn’t know

She’s a Democrat.
She is the first female senator elected from Hawaii and the first Asian-American woman elected to the Senate.
She’s the first Buddhist senator.
Prior to his senate career, he served as a member of the Hawaii House of Representatives from 1981 to 1995 and as deputy governor of Hawaii from 1994 to 2002.

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