Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her bid for the presidency official on Saturday in this working-class city, grounding her 2020 campaign in a populist call to fight economic inequality and build “an America that works for everyone.”
Most proposals to tax the rich have focused on raising rates on income and capital gains, as well as increasing estate taxes. Warren, on the other hand, wants to tap into different pool of money — the assets of the wealthy.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is introducing herself to influential Iowa Democrats by telling her personal story of economic opportunity, trying to lay claim in the emerging 2020 presidential field as a champion for a middle class she says is withering under President Donald Trump.
In speeches to packed rooms from the state’s western border with Nebraska to its capital in Des Moines, Warren spent the weekend demanding “structural change” in Washington, where the partial government shutdown is entering its third week.
Warren, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, is running for re-election in November against GOP state Rep. Geoff Diehl, who was co-chairman of Trump’s 2016 Massachusetts campaign.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has endorsed former NAACP president Ben Jealous in his run for governor of Maryland.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is calling for the federal government to treat the opioid addiction crisis in a way similar to how it attacked the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
KEN THOMAS Associated Press COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — When it comes to potential Democratic primary rivals, Hillary Rodham Clinton is displaying a light touch. Heading into Tuesday’s midterm elections, Clinton has crossed paths with…
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has purchased a
Penn Quarter condo for $740,000.
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