By Dana Sanchez
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) became the first big-name Democrat to stick her foot in the water in the race for the party’s presidential nomination, announcing on Monday that she is launching an exploratory committee in advance of a possible 2020 White House bid.
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Warren filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission so that she can start raising and spending money to benefit her likely candidacy, NBC News reported.
In emails and on social media, Warren asked supporters to join in fighting political corruption that “is poisoning our democracy” and to fight the “dark path” that she says is hurting the middle class and helping special interests.
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