Liz Warren Drops Out
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination comes to an end after a disappointing Super Tuesday:
Even Warren’s blockbuster debate performance a few weeks ago that brought in tens millions of dollars — and almost singlehandedly crushed the candidacy of Michael Bloomberg — wasn’t enough to revitalize the senator’s campaign. She continued to struggle to win over people of color, particularly black voters, as well as moderate and working-class white voters.
Despite her loss, Warren and her campaign shaped the 2020 primary — something unimaginable a decade ago. She rose from mostly unknown Harvard professor to top progressive figure, combatting the Obama administration and helping to reanimate progressive activists around economic issues.
It is unknown whether she will endorse either of the two top remaining candidates, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.