1951 - Born in Elmira, New York on the 2nd of June.
1975 - Pirro married Albert Pirro.
1978 - Pirro became an Assistant District Attorney in Westchester County.
1983 - She had two extramarital affairs, one with a woman working at his law firm and another with a woman who later.
1986 - She announced her bid to be elected to the office of Lieutenant Governor of New York.
1989 - She became a judge on the Westchester County Court, the first female to hold such a position.
1993 - Pirro was elected District Attorney of Westchester County, again the first female to hold that position.
1994 - District attorney of Westchester County, New York.
1997 - She chaired the New York State Commission on Domestic Violence Fatalities, whose report and recommendations resulted in legislation passing that enhanced protections of, and safeguards for, the victims of domestic abuse.
- She was re-elected.
2005 - On the 23rd of May, Pirro announced that she would not seek re-election as Westchester Country District Attorney.
- On the 10th of August in New York City, Pirro announced that she would seek the Republican nomination to challenge first-term incumbent Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, a Democrat, in the 2006 New York Senate election.
2006 - On the 31st of May, Pirro, unopposed for the GOP nomination, became the party's official candidate by acclamation at the GOP convention.
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