Warren to End Presidential Campaign
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From the LeftElizabeth Warren, Once a Front-Runner, Will Drop Out of Presidential Race
BOSTON — Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts plans to drop out of the presidential race on Thursday and will inform her staff of her plans later this morning, according to a person close to her, ending a run defined by an avalanche of policy plans that aimed to pull the Democratic Party to the left and appealed to enough voters to make her briefly a front-runner last fall, but that proved unable to translate excitement from elite progressives into backing from the party’s more working-class and diverse base.
From the CenterElizabeth Warren to suspend presidential campaign
Elizabeth Warren is suspending her campaign after a poor performance on Super Tuesday, as first reported by the New York Times and confirmed by multiple other media outlets.
The state of play: Once thought of as a front-runner, Warren failed to win a single state during the biggest day on the Democratic primary calendar, even coming in third in her home state of Massachusetts behind Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
Warren was largely a non-factor in the early nominating contests in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, picking up...
From the RightWarren ending 'dream big' presidential campaign
Elizabeth Warren, the most prominent female candidate in the 2020 Democratic presidential field, is ending her "dream big, fight hard" campaign.
On Thursday, the Massachusetts senator will reportedly tell her staff in a call that she will be dropping out of the race and deliver a formal announcement later in the day.
The Massachusetts senator, 70, staked her candidacy on broad left-wing proposals such as a wealth tax on millionaires and billionaires, breaking up Big Tech companies, and forgiving student loan debt. Her plethora of policy proposals led to "I...