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Not official yet, but it's pretty much a given.

Though her support had eroded by Super Tuesday, in her final weeks as a candidate she effectively drove the centrist billionaire, former New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, out of the race with debate performances that flashed her evident skills and political potential.

She entered the race railing against the corrosive power of big money, and one long-term consequence of her campaign is that Ms. Warren demonstrated that someone other than Senator Bernie Sanders, and his intensely loyal small-dollar donors, could fund a credible presidential campaign without holding fund-raisers.

Her potential endorsement is highly sought after in the race and both Mr. Sanders and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. have spoken with Ms. Warren since Super Tuesday, when the end of her campaign appeared imminent.

jeannie 3 years ago

I agree that Warren staying in the Senate has a more important purpose than her being chosen as VP since control of the Senate is our second priority after getting rid of Trump. I think that Biden has other choices- but many of the likely women candidates are also in the Senate - Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, for example.