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By adamg - 1/9/21 - 12:08 pm

Sen. Elizabeth Warren today endorsed City Councilor Michelle Wu for mayor in the fall, and maybe also the spring, elections. Read more.

By adamg - 3/31/20 - 9:25 pm

The Globe reports Warren has asked FEMA to explain itself. On Twitter, she adds: Read more.

By adamg - 3/5/20 - 11:20 am

CNN reports. That leaves Bill Weld and Vermin Supreme as the only Massachusetts candidates still running for president.

By adamg - 3/3/20 - 11:19 pm

MassLive.com reports that Joe Biden is getting the most votes for president in the Massachusetts Democratic primary, followed by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Read more.

By adamg - 2/10/19 - 1:13 pm

In case you missed the news about Elizabeth Warren's announcement in Lawrence, NBC News has you covered.

By Anonymous - 9/15/18 - 12:37 am


It is no secret that the Boston Herald’s Howie Carr is one of the more conservative columnists in town. But as Carr covers the US Senate race between Democratic incumbent Elizabeth Warren and her Republican challenger, Geoff Diehl, he is pushing the boundaries of just how cozy a commentator and a candidate should be

By adamg - 10/15/17 - 8:59 am

And not just some random spot, but at Doyle's, the Herald reports.

By adamg - 3/2/17 - 10:49 am

One-time video-game magnate Curt Schilling yesterday signaled his intent to not run for Senate next year in favor of V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai:

As of today, from where I sit, you're my choice for Senator of the state of Mass. in 2018 and it's not even close.

He closed his tweet with the secret mating call of Massachusetts right wingers: #Fauxcahauntas.

By adamg - 2/25/17 - 7:05 pm
Ayyadurai and Waters

V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai of Cambridge, who sues Web sites for disputing his claim that he invented e-mail as a 14-year-old, announced at a right-wing gathering in Washington yesterday that he will run against Elizabeth Warren for US Senate in 2018.

Ayyadurai (left in the photo) opened his campaign with an announcement at a party by a group called MAGA3X outside the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington. Read more.

By adamg - 2/8/17 - 9:53 am

Here's the letter our senator was kept from reading on the floor of the Senate. At least treatment of Massachusetts senators has improved over the years.

By adamg - 1/21/17 - 3:36 pm
Protesters on Boston Common, including a doll

From Beacon Street to Boylston Street, from Charles Street to well past the Frog Pond, tens of thousands of people filled Boston Common today for a protest against the new administration. From Mayor Marty Walsh and Sen. Elizabeth Warren to women, men and children in the crowd, people vowed to fight for health care for all, for immigrants, for LGBT rights - and for science. Read more.

By adamg - 1/15/17 - 2:00 pm
Rally to save the ACA at Faneuil Hall

Thousands showed up at Faneuil Hall for a rally to save the ACA today, as Molly Lanzarotta shows us.

"When they say repeal, we say resist and reclaim," Sen. Ed Markey said.

Read more.

By adamg - 1/27/16 - 8:07 am
Sen. Warren with a Massachusetts snow plow

Sen. Warren posted this photo last night:

There's a huge piece of equipment here in DC clearing the snow and shooting it into 18-wheelers to be hauled off – and it has Massachusetts plates! I don’t know if this snow-eating monster was your doing, Marty Walsh, but thanks!

Could be. Last we heard, our giant snow blowers were helping out in Baltimore.

By adamg - 3/22/15 - 9:02 pm

Over at Blue Mass. Group, David peruses the Globe's full-on campaign to get Warren's hat in the ring and explains why he thinks she might be better off not running.

By SCATV Somerville - 9/24/14 - 3:49 pm

From SNN 23 - 9/23/14 - Warren Wows Tufts, Despite Protests

by Jane Regan

Somerville, MA, September 23, 2014 – Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wowed a crowd of some 500 students, faculty and neighbors on September 15 with stories from her youth, but she also issued dire warnings about the big banks, the lack of investment in education and the “hollowing out of the middle class.”

The senator was also protested by those who came to criticize her stand on the most recent chapter of the Israel-Gaza conflict. Once inside, however, Warren seemed to back away slightly from statements she made in August, saying that Palestinians had a right to self-defense.

By Anonymous - 8/28/13 - 12:42 pm

In a national drive to reduce gun violence, No More Names, a project of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, began a nationwide tour on June 14 in Newtown CT on the six-month anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.

At today's rally at Faneuil Hall in Boston, speakers included Rev. Kim Odom, whose son Steven was 13 when he was shot and killed in Dorchester in 2007, Mayor Tom Menino and Senator Elizabeth Warren.

By Anonymous - 11/7/12 - 8:42 pm

Scott Brown campaigned as a moderate independent but if you look at his record, he's a Republican who voted with Republicans 90% of the time in the US Senate until Elizabeth Warren announced her candidacy, and then he voted with Republicans on votes of importance 76% of the time.

No matter why you think he lost, you must consider whether the second most bi-partisan senator was still too conservative for Massachusetts.

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