Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced that she will be donating $5,000 to every state Democratic Party in the United States, as well as $15,000 to the Democratic National Committee, for a total of $265,000.
“I want a Democratic Party strong enough to compete for every vote, in every race, at every level, in every state, in every election — and I’m willing to do my part to help make that happen,” Warren said.
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Warren, for her part, has been critical of the DNC’s actions in the past, which she claims showed “some bias” in the 2016 presidential primaries between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
The move comes amid speculation of a 2020 run by the popular Massachusetts Senator. Warren has, however, insisted that her focus lies on her upcoming re-election bid in November.
With democrats upending historical averages in even the deepest of red districts, Warren’s focus is well founded. With stunning victories like that of Doug Jones (D) in Alabama, the Republican Party is no longer a shoe-in for any seat in the United States.