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Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 presidential chances, broken down

Seattle Times Monday, 31 December 2018
Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 presidential chances, broken downIf Democratic voters are looking for the kind of candidacy Bernie Sanders was selling in 2016, Warren has about as good a claim on it as Sanders does. Things that could hurt her: her age, that DNA test and a lingering awkwardness with black voters.
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She’s one of the first well-known Democrats to take formal steps toward running for president in the next election.

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