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Tulsi Gabbard’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

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Bio

Tulsi Gabbard has a hourglass shaped body. Below is all her body measurements including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!

Tulsi was born April 12, 1981 in Leloaloa, Hawaii in a family with European and Samoan ancestry. But because she is a practicing Hinduist, some people mistakenly believe that she is Indian. As a kid, Tulsi was homeschooled for a while and also attended a Catholic academy. She holds Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.

Body Measurements Statistics

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Height: 5’ 8” (173 cm)
Weight: 136 pounds (62 kg)
Body shape: Hourglass
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 37-26-38 inches (94-66-97 cm)
Shoe size: 8.5
Bra size: 36C
Cup size: C
Breast implants or natural?: Natural

Quotes

“When I walk around my neighborhood, the grocery store, or the farmers market, I don’t see Democrats or Republicans, Progressives or Conservatives. I see my brothers and sisters – living, breathing human beings with diverse and complicated stories, views, and desires that can’t be packaged neatly in a box.” (Tulsi Gabbard)

“No matter where you’re from, no matter what religion you practice, your ethnicity, race, or anything else – what is it that can bring us together as people? It is, what we call in Hawaii, aloha… sincere, deep love and respect for other people as children of God.” (Tulsi Gabbard)

“The best of our nation is exemplified by our nation’s veterans who embody what it means to put service above self. Who have sacrificed their own personal interests out of a greater love for our people and our country.” (Tulsi Gabbard)

“I feel it is my duty to take every single opportunity I get to advocate for peace, no matter the circumstances of those meetings.” (Tulsi Gabbard)

“Let’s care for the land and water, heal our cherished planet, and promote wellness for all of her people. Water is life. Let’s protect the natural resources that our lives depend upon.” (Tulsi Gabbard)