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BOSTON – Yesterday, January 19, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), in an interview with Jon Keller on Greater Boston, reiterated she’s running for reelection and said she will formally announce her reelection campaign soon.
“This is one example of why it is that I’m so committed in running for re-election and the kind of fights that I think we need to have, not just over the next few months, but over the next several years,” said Senator Warren.
“We have a fundamental question in this country about who this country works for. And I’m in this fight, I’ll make the formal announcement about my reelection, you know, sometime soon,” said Senator Warren. “I’ll be out and doing the town halls that I love to do, all around the Commonwealth.”
“But it’s about the things we’ve actually shown that we can get done. We’re in a place right now, where electric school buses, we’ve just gotten a bunch of them down in Fall River, we’re about to get them out in the Pioneer Valley, all paid for by my 15% minimum corporate tax on billionaire companies,” said Senator Warren. “We’ve got money, $5 billion coming into the Commonwealth for infrastructure, roads and bridges and, and water pipes. We’ve got this new bill that’s finally in place, a new law is in place so people with hearing loss can buy hearing aids over-the-counter. It’s the reminder, government can do real good here, can do real good on the regulatory front, it can do really good in leveling the playing field. But you got to be willing to be in that fight. And that’s the fight I’m in.”