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Elizabeth Warren
1 day ago:   Sunday Nov 29 - 10:28am
Being a sore loser has real consequences—because presidential transitions affect lives and livelihoods. https://t.co/3ofQ8JRUoX

Elizabeth Warren
2 days ago:   Saturday Nov 28 - 10:31am
People all over the country are supporting local institutions on #SmallBusinessSaturday—but Washington needs to have their backs, too. Small businesses need real relief so they can make it to the other side of this crisis.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
It worked. Eventually, everyone got back to eating and talking—and Aunt Max was never in charge of bringing the turkey again. Though Thanksgiving this year isn’t going the way we’d planned, we can adapt, smile about Thanksgiving memories, and help each other get through this.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
An uproar followed as everyone loudly explained that “bring the turkey” meant a cooked turkey. Aunt Max considered that, then laughed. She said we'd eat Thanksgiving dinner in layers—a Jell-O course, a potato course, a pie course—finishing with a turkey course, in about 6 hours.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
They burst through the front door, and Uncle Crowbar banged the heavy roaster on the kitchen countertop as people crowded around to see the turkey. With a flourish, Aunt Max lifted the lid, proclaiming, “Biggest Turkey Ever!” Everyone jumped back. It was RAW.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
My mother fretted and Aunt Alice fumed. The boys buzzed around trying to get a spoonful of this or a crust of that. Aunt Bee tried to keep everything in order. Still no Aunt Max. Then one of the boys spotted her coming up the walk with Uncle Crowbar (that name is another story).

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
Thanksgiving dinner was set for noon, and most of the family was there by mid-morning. The table was set. The sweet potato casseroles were out of the oven. The pies were on display. The Jell-O molds were out on special plates. Food was piled everywhere. But no Aunt Max.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
Aunt Max was funny and quick-talking. She never took anything too seriously, including time. And she wasn’t much of a cook, so the other sisters made sure that she was up to the task—peppering her with questions, making sure she'd get a big enough turkey.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 11:01am
Holidays have been different this year. I’m holding onto joyful memories from years ago—like one time when my Aunt Max volunteered to handle the Thanksgiving turkey: https://t.co/hjV6d9x88Y


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Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Thursday Nov 26 - 8:32am
This Thanksgiving, I’m thinking of everyone who’s lost loved ones and everyone who’s making sacrifices to help keep their friends, families, and communities safe.

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 9:06pm
This isn't a game. These reckless moves don’t just have consequences for a Biden administration—they have consequences for millions of Americans struggling to get by. https://t.co/eRoZGxdQA1

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 9:04pm
RT @SenGillibrand: Nearly one quarter of American households have experienced food insecurity this year. Senate Republicans: You are failing the American people. Tell Mitch McConnell to pass a comprehensive coronavirus relief package now. https://t.co/DqHMAEqKim

Elizabeth Warren
4 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 7:26pm
Good. I stand with the Amazon workers demanding better pay and stronger workplace protections during this crisis and beyond—and Amazon shouldn’t undermine its workers’ legal right to organize. https://t.co/YdBWvXQxX1

Elizabeth Warren
5 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 5:37pm
Members of Congress are there to serve the people—not to pursue personal financial interests and pad their portfolios. It’s past time to ban government officials from trading individual stocks. https://t.co/f8CUceDlDQ

Elizabeth Warren
5 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 5:28pm
RT @AOC: If you want to know why COVID relief is tied up in Congress, one key reason is that Republicans are demanding legal immunity for corporations so they can expose their workers to COVID without repercussions. Dems don’t want you to die for a check. That’s what we’re fighting over.

Elizabeth Warren
5 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 25 - 3:54pm
Millions of families are struggling to put food on the table this holiday season, and Mitch McConnell and Republicans in the Senate are flat-out refusing to help. This isn’t just a leadership failure—it’s a moral failure. https://t.co/qmpRzeVKT7

Elizabeth Warren
5 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 9:43pm
RT @CoryBooker: I'm proud to team up with @ewarren and @SenGillibrand to introduce the Justice for Black Farmers Act. We need to balance the scales after decades of systemic racism within @USDA have harmed Black farmers. https://t.co/aV7y8CcufX

Elizabeth Warren
5 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 6:55pm
We’ve got a quarter of a million dead and cases surging. But instead of fighting the pandemic, Donald Trump fought tooth and nail against a smooth transition during this crisis. He's leaving just the way he came in—selfish, reckless, and completely incapable of leadership.

Elizabeth Warren
6 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 3:52pm
Essential workers are putting their lives on the line. My Essential Workers Bill of Rights would provide health and safety protections, hazard pay, paid sick leave, and much more. We need to pass it now. https://t.co/BZvmierI0h

Elizabeth Warren
6 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 1:46pm
RT @ReverendWarnock: Good morning Georgia! Today is a great day to sign up to be a grassroots fundraising captain! Grassroots fundraising is the backbone of our campaign, and this is a great way to get more involved! https://t.co/c2UMNEieg5

Elizabeth Warren
6 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 24 - 12:38pm
Republicans looked the other way while the Trump administration tried to silence voters, spread lies, and undermine the foundation of our democracy. The transition may be finally underway, but we can never forget which side they chose in this moment of crisis.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 5:58pm
We’re two seats away from taking back the Senate, and it’s all going to come down to the two runoff elections in Georgia. If you’re in a position to donate, chip in right now to support @ReverendWarnock and Jon @Ossoff: https://t.co/SVGvqRl0or

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 3:42pm
Now that we’ve won (even though we have a sore loser on our hands), it’s time to deliver bold solutions to turn the page on this dark time in our democracy. Because we can’t just walk away from Donald Trump’s corrupt, swampy administration—we have to run away.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Monday Nov 23 - 12:14pm
Donald Trump’s anti-democratic actions are a stain on the United States—and on movements for democracy all around the world.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Sunday Nov 22 - 8:58pm
RT @AyannaPressley: Black Mammas have been traumatized by the brutal & racist murders of their sons for generations. Grief has a permanent home in their lives while peace & justice evades them. Today marks the day we were cruelly robbed of #TamirRice. We press on in his name. https://t.co/QexJaA37fB

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Sunday Nov 22 - 3:13pm
We need to rebuild trust in government. With a single executive order, @JoeBiden can lock the revolving door between government and industry, reduce lobbyist influence, and end conflicts of interest for executive branch personnel.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Sunday Nov 22 - 10:53am
Joe and Kamala unseated an incumbent president for the first time in a generation. On January 20, it’s time to deliver real, bold solutions.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Saturday Nov 21 - 5:01pm
In addition to rejoining the Paris Climate Accord, a Biden-Harris administration can declare the climate crisis a national emergency on day one in order to start marshaling resources towards tackling it head-on.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Saturday Nov 21 - 1:38pm
Let's be clear: The Republicans who are staying silent, dodging questions, or releasing wishy-washy, say-nothing statements as this administration refuses to concede and spreads daily disinformation are complicit in a dangerous attack on the core foundation of our democracy.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 4:55pm
The pandemic is surging—and the protections that have been keeping families afloat expire in just a few weeks. Congress could provide immediate support to struggling families, help contain this virus, and revive our economy. Instead, Mitch McConnell sent Congress home.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 3:08pm
Thank you for sharing your story, @rgay. Student loan debt is an anchor on our struggling economy, holding entire generations back. Now is not the time for half-measures. Now is the time for bold investments in our future. https://t.co/GIuJZYwzeB

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 2:48pm
RT @HRC: At least 37 transgender or gender non-conforming people have been killed this year, making 2020 the most deadly year on record. This #TransDayOfRemembrance, we must honor their lives by taking action to end this epidemic of violence. https://t.co/b9CFMBEk43 https://t.co/Nf0umw0Lda


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Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 20 - 1:35pm
These allegations are horrific. On their first day in office, @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris can use existing executive authority to hold companies like Tyson accountable for COVID-19 workplace safety. https://t.co/Sxu4fPgaEi

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 7:33pm
RT @ossoff: Ban Senators from trading individual stocks. Period.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 3:09pm
Mitch McConnell pushed a Supreme Court justice through in just 30 days. But with COVID-19 surging and unemployment back on the rise, he won't lift a finger for working families. https://t.co/RQcXQPHSm4

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 3:07pm
RT @DrBiden: Educators: this is our moment. We’re going to make sure that every child, every school, and every educator has what they need to thrive regardless of where they live or where they come from.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 2:06pm
It’s time to deliver big, bold solutions for the American people. From canceling student debt to declaring the climate crisis a national emergency to centering racial equity in the fight against COVID-19, here’s what @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris can do on day one. https://t.co/DsNV2k3GHf


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Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 19 - 10:48am
This crisis has disproportionately impacted communities of color from the start—and racial equity should be front and center in our response. On day one, a Biden-Harris administration can collect and report COVID-19 racial data and review racial disparities in pandemic funding.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 18 - 9:23pm
A Biden-Harris administration can make bold changes on day one to save lives—like lowering the price of drugs like insulin and EpiPens for millions by producing them at low costs using existing authority that lets the government bypass patents for pressing public health needs.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 18 - 5:39pm
Generations of discrimination have left communities of color with less savings and intergenerational wealth—forcing them to borrow more for the same degrees. Cancelling student loan debt will build Black and Brown wealth and help close the racial wealth gap.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 18 - 3:43pm
With a single order, the Biden-Harris administration can padlock the revolving door between government and industry, reduce the influence of lobbyists, and eliminate conflicts of interest—setting the strongest-ever ethics and anti-corruption standards for the executive branch.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 18 - 1:39pm
There are lots of big changes that a Biden-Harris administration can achieve through executive orders and agency action on day one. Here are some bold steps the new administration can take immediately using existing legal authority: https://t.co/LxCYjLK14E


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Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 8:21pm
Right now, over 44 million Americans owe over 1.6 trillion dollars in student loans. This debt is an anchor on our economy, holding back entire generations from buying homes, starting businesses and families, and adding to the economy in ways that benefit everyone.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 4:13pm
This is unacceptable. This pandemic is surging, and soon many of the critical protections Americans have been relying on will expire—emergency unemployment assistance, the eviction moratorium, student loan forbearance, and more. Mitch McConnell needs to act now. https://t.co/acdWqPqxyg

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 2:14pm
Wearing a mask isn’t controversial or political. It’s a simple way to protect yourself and others, backed by scientists and medical professionals. And it's behavior that should be modeled by anyone in Congress who cares about the health and safety of their fellow Americans. https://t.co/5D7NgKfD3P

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 17 - 11:49am
RT @ossoff: We need all hands on deck: Make calls: https://t.co/SM6gR5WysC Donate: https://t.co/UFVqy8aKx6 https://t.co/5wOMYjXfMT

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 8:13pm
We need to deliver real, bold solutions to the problems we face. Acquiescing to an unpopular and timid agenda that further entrenches the wealthy and the well-connected will just lead us to more division, more anger, more inequality, and an even bigger hole to climb out of.

Elizabeth Warren
1 week ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 8:01pm
RT @AyannaPressley: Cancel student debt. That’s the tweet.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 5:48pm
RT @EdMarkey: What would you do if your student debt was forgiven?

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 5:11pm
Wear a mask. Social distance. Don’t gather in large groups. This will be a difficult holiday season—but it will be even more difficult if we don’t get this latest surge under control.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 3:52pm
RT @AOC: Student loan forgiveness is good, actually

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 2:55pm
The president has the power to broadly cancel student loan debt, help close the racial wealth gap, and give a big boost to families and our economy—all without waiting for Congress. https://t.co/J1KLlByrbT


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Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 2:28pm
RT @ReverendWarnock: Good Morning. Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Register to vote & request your absentee ballot today. https://t.co/NLahMlWZxn

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 16 - 1:38pm
This is heartbreaking—and a direct result of the steady stream of lies flowing from the Trump administration to the American people from the beginning. https://t.co/xmbgy5gCYT

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 2:21pm
We need to do everything we can to strengthen the Democratic Party—and that includes investing in people and training them for the many righteous fights ahead. https://t.co/Tz0dEZ9vB0

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 15 - 10:24am
Bold policies to improve opportunity for all are broadly popular. Now, Democrats need to deliver on those policies for the American people—for those who voted for us, those who did not, and those who were too disenchanted or disenfranchised to vote.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 4:30pm
Every president has a legacy. What Donald Trump will be remembered for is putting people’s lives at risk for his own personal and political gain at every turn. https://t.co/cfIXnBHoHy

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 1:17pm
Good.  Betsy DeVos is the worst Secretary of Education in our nation’s history—and we’ll need to put in a lot of hard work to undo the damage she’s done.  https://t.co/kO4EK8AJLe

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 14 - 10:37am
Instead of allowing insiders to hijack the message sent by voters in both parties, we should listen to those voters and deliver real solutions to the problems we face.  Doing so won’t just strengthen the Democratic Party. It will strengthen America. https://t.co/YgUuhCWE75

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 13 - 2:29pm
RT @ACLU: 80% of the people who died in Texas jails from COVID-19 had not been convicted of a crime. Incarceration should never be a death sentence, but the data is unequivocal: In Texas, and across the country, it has become one.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 13 - 12:03pm
COVID-19 is only getting worse by the day. @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris have a plan to fight this pandemic, but we can’t wait two more months to act. We need more testing, more contact tracing, and more PPE—and we need it now. https://t.co/ULDagoi8Du

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 5:57pm
Meeting this moment means pushing and persisting until we’ve built the America of our greatest imaginations. The fight will be hard—but we don’t get what we don’t fight for.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:52pm
The severity of the climate crisis demands more than empty rhetoric. I’m calling on @BizRoundtable to outline what concrete actions these CEOs will take to fight climate change. https://t.co/RDfxaGbKQH

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 12 - 3:10pm
Bold policies to improve opportunity for all are broadly popular, and voters recognize that they're necessary to fix what’s broken. Now, Democrats must deliver. Doing so won’t just strengthen the Democratic Party. It will strengthen America. Read my new Op-Ed: https://t.co/TFXV3JaBNG

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 8:09pm
Remember this come January: Republicans were never serious about debt. What they were serious about was giving their rich friends and donors giveaways instead of making sure we have decent schools, decent transit systems, and decent housing for the people who need it.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 5:41pm
And Facebook’s ill-conceived policies aren't just endangering our democracy. Their ad ban is even currently preventing some non-profits from raising critical resources and reaching people during a pandemic and economic crisis. Enough.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 5:41pm
Facebook has repeatedly fumbled its responsibility to protect our democracy. They’ve made big proclamations about the work they’re doing to fight misinformation, but what’s actually happening on their platform speaks for itself. https://t.co/59uG9JHeRR

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 5:41pm
This is a straw man. The problem isn’t the ads. It’s Facebook’s unwillingness to regulate those ads and their inability to control organic disinformation on their platform—which they’re now letting run wild during a critical moment for our democracy. https://t.co/pr8UmeTxBe

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 2:12pm
Voting is the heartbeat of our democracy. This administration's refusal to concede is a slap in the face for the record-shattering number of Americans who voted in this election—many of them for the first time.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Nov 11 - 10:56am
Every #VeteransDay, I think of my big brothers, and of all the families who have sacrificed so much. And I think of the commitments we make to them—good health care, a place to live, a good education. Because that's how a grateful nation says thank you. https://t.co/wup24KjNR2


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Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Nov 10 - 5:47pm
These delays are unacceptable. We're in the midst of a pandemic—and @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris will need to hit the ground running once they’re in office. This administration is catering to Trump’s temper tantrum at the expense of the health and safety of the American people. https://t.co/FsVDpqJpVz

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Nov 10 - 3:34pm
This isn’t just delusional—it’s dangerous. The peaceful transition of power is a cornerstone of our democracy. @JoeBiden won this election, and this administration needs to accept the results and let him get to work. https://t.co/fhF2yciJ6w

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Nov 10 - 3:03pm
RT @fairfightaction: The road to the Senate majority runs through Georgia and it is critical we elect two champions of democracy: @ossoff and @ReverendWarnock. Request your ballot today and make your voice heard in the January 5 runoff elections: https://t.co/7mvF0m9IGx #gapol https://t.co/74NotgIlgR


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Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Nov 10 - 1:51pm
Yes, our country is divided. But whenever they're asked, voters of both parties make it clear in overwhelming numbers that they don’t want a government controlled by giant corporations and their lobbyists. That's one thing we can—and must—unify behind.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 7:44pm
Republicans will scream about the debt. But debt didn't matter so much to them when it came to trillions in tax cuts for their rich friends. No more playing by two different sets of rules. No more giving in to Republican hypocrisy. We need bold investments and we need them now.

Elizabeth Warren
2 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 6:52pm
RT @Deb4CongressNM: I supported @JoeBiden because I know that he’ll take climate change seriously. A Biden/Harris administration will: 🌎 Rejoin the Paris Climate accord, ♻️ Work to cut emissions, 🌐 Convene global leaders, 🏭 Reverse Energy Rollbacks and, 📜 Address both climate and COVID-19 https://t.co/hZUduQWNV9

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 5:16pm
The American people made their voices heard in record numbers and chose @JoeBiden as their next president. Rejecting that mandate in favor of political games and conspiracy theories is a dangerous attack on our democracy—even by Mitch McConnell's standards. https://t.co/g8ZGgVLD6W

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 3:58pm
Our country is in serious trouble, and a band-aid, one-off approach won’t get the job done. We need bold plans to meet this moment. That's what these health and economic crises demand. It's what the American people deserve. And it's what I’ll be fighting for every single day.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 3:01pm
RT @staceyabrams: Georgia, thank you. Together, we have changed the course of our state for the better. But our work is not done. Join me in supporting @ReverendWarnock and @ossoff so we can keep up the fight and win the U.S. Senate➡️https://t.co/JTyH1UVEtd #LetsGetItDoneAgain #gapol https://t.co/qH5ZfmsgI7


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Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Monday Nov 9 - 1:49pm
It's not enough to just send Donald Trump packing, or even just to repair the damage he’s done. We’ve got to unrig and rebuild the systems that made his rise possible to begin with, and that allowed his administration to hurt so many people in so many ways.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 6:41pm
Millions of little girls who see themselves in our next Vice President @KamalaHarris will dream a little bigger now. https://t.co/p9BjyM7sLC

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 5:04pm
Public school teachers deserve a partner in the White House—and with @DrBiden, they won’t just have a partner, but a fellow educator too! https://t.co/fFcBm3D8uO

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 3:00pm
Donald Trump did a lot of damage on his own. But he’s just the worst symptom of a corrupt system—and it's going to take more than beating him to make our government work for everyone. Our righteous fights are far from over.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 1:58pm
What happens next matters. In the past, efforts to build "unity" and "consensus" in Washington have too often meant turning over the keys to giant corporations and their lobbyists. We can't let that happen again.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Nov 8 - 12:13pm
Democrats are the party of ideas and opportunity. We believe that everyone deserves a good job, a good education, and a good future. But we can’t just say it—we have to show it.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 8:53pm
RT @JoeBiden: Folks, the people of this nation have spoken. They have delivered us a clear victory. A convincing victory. A victory for “We the People.”

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 8:46pm
RT @KamalaHarris: While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last—because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 5:14pm
Thank you to whoever left this outside my door. We’re all feeling a bit lighter today. https://t.co/knQHi4NZNj


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Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 3:01pm
We face both hard-won victories and hard-fought losses in this election—but we can’t be worn out. Meeting this moment was always going to require more than flipping seats from red to blue. We’ve got work to do.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Nov 7 - 11:48am
President-Elect @JoeBiden and Vice President-Elect @KamalaHarris! That feels so good to say. Americans chose Joe and Kamala to lead us forward with purpose and moral clarity. We’ve got a lot to do. Let's get to work. Read my full statement: https://t.co/annliUc40D

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 6 - 4:32pm
Our country is in serious trouble. COVID-19 is getting worse, not better. We need to listen to the scientists. We need more testing, more personal protective equipment, and more contact tracing. We need bold plans to tackle this crisis head-on.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 6 - 3:30pm
Democrats up and down the ballot, in races all across the country, are fighting for every voice to be heard. Because we believe in democracy—we believe that every last vote must be counted. https://t.co/mVVIXZwxQG

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 6 - 2:55pm
On January 5, Jon @Ossoff has one more chance to bring his fight to the United States Senate. Let’s all do our part to help get him there! https://t.co/f69qRuazxJ

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Friday Nov 6 - 1:51pm
RT @Deb4CongressNM: Democracy will win at the end of the day.

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 5:06pm
RT @HillaryClinton: Please share with friends and family in Georgia: If you voted absentee in Georgia, please check the status of your ballot now. If it was rejected, you have until 5pm on Friday, November 6, to fix it and make sure your vote counts. https://t.co/dbcsk0fv0R

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 3:50pm
The people pick their president. The president doesn’t pick the people whose votes get counted. https://t.co/2bIKhpJtrd

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 3:37pm
RT @JoeBiden: Today, the Trump Administration officially left the Paris Climate Agreement. And in exactly 77 days, a Biden Administration will rejoin it. https://t.co/L8UJimS6v2

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 2:49pm
Before the election, Donald Trump claimed that we wouldn’t hear about COVID-19 after Election Day. It’s now November 5—and we just set a new record for the number of cases in a single day. https://t.co/FqiNKz6BDM

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 2:14pm
RT @ReverendWarnock: Looking for a way to help? We’re headed to a runoff campaign against Kelly Loeffler and right now we can’t run ads on Google or Facebook. Chip in now to flip GA blue, and then like and RT this message to help us spread the word. https://t.co/yvkWyI51MO

Elizabeth Warren
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Nov 5 - 9:12am
@CaptMarkKelly @GabbyGiffords You did it, @CaptMarkKelly! From the Navy to NASA, you’ve never shied away from a tough fight. I know you’ll bring exactly that drive and spirit as you fight for the people of Arizona in the Senate.