Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for Senate
Elizabeth Warren burst onto the political scene in 2012 with a high-profile campaign to defeat incumbent Sen. Scott Brown (R). She has been a Harvard law professor, the author of 10 books, and served as consumer advisor to President Obama.
Progressives around the country flocked to her cause as a consumer champion and a fighter for middle class Americans against shady practices on Wall Street. Since entering the Senate, she has continued working for the causes that animated her life.
She also recently joined the Strategic Forces Subcommittee on the Senate Armed Services Committee, where she serves as a counterpoint to ultra-hawkish Senator Tom Cotton (R) of Arkansas. There, she has been active in working to protect arms control treaties and oppose plans to hand President Trump a new nuclear weapon against the Pentagon’s will. Her leadership on the subcommittee should come as no surprise, and it has been exceptional.
Warren believes, “It is essential that America remain engaged in the world to protect our national security and to support a stable international system based on human rights and democracy.”
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