Received this e-mail just now form U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D. MA) presidential campaign:
Our grassroots movement is led by fighters like you.
But with less than two weeks until Super Tuesday, we know that plenty of voters are only just starting to tune in to this race.
How many of your friends and neighbors are still looking for the candidate who has the best plan for the issues that matter most to them? They’re waiting to hear if a candidate is ready to fight for them, their families, and the things that matter most to their communities. They’re waiting to hear from you.
We know Elizabeth is that candidate. But to make her plans for big, structural change a reality, she needs your help now more than ever.
Thanks for being in this fight with us,
Folks, we have real shot here and keep in mind, this poll was taken before 20 million people watched Warren kick Michael Bloomberg’s ass on TV:
Senator Bernie Sanders is the favorite to win the upcoming California Democratic presidential primary, according to a new poll.
Sanders leads the field with 24 percent in a poll released Friday by UMass Lowell Center for Public Opinion. Several other recent polls also show Sanders ahead in the Golden State. His closest rival in Friday's poll is Senator Elizabeth Warren with 16 percent, while former Vice President Joe Biden is in third place with 13 percent.
Warren had previously topped several early surveys of the state, often in close competition for the lead with Biden, but her poll numbers began to steadily plummet late last year. Biden has also seen a substantial decrease in poll performance, quickly losing his national frontrunner status to Sanders in the last few weeks.
Warren's standing in the polls may be experiencing a bump due to what many believe was strong performance at the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday.
The California primary is set for March 3, one of 14 states holding nominating contests on Super Tuesday. California has the largest population of any state in the country and offers the biggest prize of the Democratic primaries in terms of delegates, with 415 available. A total of 1,991 delegates are needed for a candidate to win the nomination on the first ballot.
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Learn more about Warren by checking out the NowThis Podcast, Who Is?. Click here to listen.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is running for president. A mother who had her first child at 22, Warren vaulted from Oklahoma to the halls of Harvard and on to the Senate. On this episode of Who Is, host Sean Morrow takes you beyond the 2020 hype for the stories that you need to know about the woman who wants to take on President Trump.GUESTS: