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New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has won re-election, and now there is talk about her headed toward a bigger stage in 2016.

There are rumblings that the junior senator from New York would make a "formidable" 2016 Democratic presidential candidate should Secretary of State Hillary Clinton decide not to seek the office.

ABC's Matthew Dowd says Gillibrand is popular in her state, and says a female candidate would have a great shot as 60-percent of Democratic primary voters are women.

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