Democratic U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand insisted on Monday she is “focused entirely” on running for re-election next year and not a bid for the White House in 2020.

“Well, I’m dedicated to serving our state as our senator and I’m running for re-election so I can continue to be their senator,” she said during a stop at Fort Drum in the state’s North Country region.

Does that mean she’s ruling it out?

“I’m focused entirely on running for Senate, so yes, I’m ruling it out,” she said.

Gillibrand, a former House member who replaced Hillary Clinton in Senate in 2009, has been named repeatedly over the years as a potential presidential candidate. The latest instance came on Monday when she was among the very long list of Democrats in The New York Times potentially vying for the presidency (another New Yorker, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is also on that list).

Gillibrand handily won re-election in 2012, defeating Republican Wendy Long by a record-breaking margin.