EMILY’s List Has Elizabeth Warren’s Back


EMILY’s List jumped right in on news that consumer protection advocate and former adviser to President Obama Elizabeth Warren is considering challenging Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA). Warren’s tireless advocacy for working families is a natural fit with EMILY’s List and the EMILY’s List community.

The group has organized a campaign to show Warren that the community supports her and has her back should she run for Senate. The early mobilization indicates just how important a race this is to Democrats.

Republicans have noticed. Brown used Warren’s early suggestions that she was considering a run as a fundraising prompt, asking for donor’s help in fending of the liberal-elite machine of “Professor Warren.”

If you would like to see Elizabeth Warren challenge Scott Brown for the US Senate, join with EMILY’s List and let her know.

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William C
William C2 months ago

Thank you.

W. C
W. C2 months ago

Thanks for the article.

Anne F.
Anne F6 years ago

Glad to see funding for Ms. Warren's campaign

Frances C.
Frances C6 years ago

We need her honesty and integrity. I will support her

Pat Tyler
Pat Tyler6 years ago

we need more womyn in
OUR Government.
Go Elizabeth.
Pat Tyler

Tim Cheung
Tim C6 years ago


Ernie Miller
william M6 years ago

I hope she does run to bad there isnt someone like her to run in Ks.

Dianne Robertson
Dianne R6 years ago

We MUST make sure that the Republicans who blocked Warren's appointment to run the office of Consumer Advocate ( which SHE set up) SEE HER AGAIN. She is SMART,ARTICULATE and PERFECT to represent ALL AMERICAN WOMEN. WE ALL should HAVE HER BACK!

Lynn Crandall
Lynn C6 years ago

Glenn M. asks a great question! Wouldn't it be nice to have people like her to vote for in all the states!

Glenn M.
Glenn Meyer6 years ago

I wonder if she knows of any similarly minded associates that would be willing to run in other states against a Republican incumbent.