Elizabeth Warren | U.S. Senator [D-MA]
Senator Elizabeth Warren speaking at the 2019 Iowa Democrats Hall of Fame Celebration.By: Lorie Shaull
Elizabeth Warren Contact & Bio Information
Born 06/22/1949 (Age 70)
Phone Number: 202-224-4543
Elizabeth Warren Congress Details
Years in Congress: 01/03/2013 - Present
Committees On: Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs, Health, Education, Labor & Pensions & Aging
Elizabeth Warren History
College Attended: Rutgers ('76) & Houston ('70)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) Law (76) & Bachelors Degree Health Care (70)
Prior Occupations: Professor
Nov 18 2019
Las Vegas, NV
Oct 16 2019
Sep 30 2019
Jun 29 2019
Rainbow PUSH Coalition Convention
Jun 22 2019
South Carolina Democratic Convention
Jun 05 2019
Fort Wayne, IN
Jun 01 2019
California Democratic Convention
Mar 18 2019
Feb 09 2019
Elizabeth Warren sat down with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show to have a more casual discussion about her 2020 candidacy for President. The two discussed Warren's proposed "wealth tax," Medicare for All, and, more lightly, why she is a fan of "pinky promises." Warren also played a game with Fallon where she had to answer rapid-fire questions on topics ranging from the somewhat serious to the downright silly.
Elizabeth Warren sat down with Lawrence O’Donnell on "Last Word" to discuss her 2020 Presidential campaign, Kamala Harris’ exit from the campaign, her proposed wealth tax and her healthcare plan that, she promises, will cover every American for less than what the vast majority are paying today. Warren promised she "will sign anything that helps and I'll keep fighting for more ways to help."
Elizabeth Warren held a town hall in Iowa City, Iowa where she answered questions from the audience on topics ranging from her healthcare proposal to how she intends to help shrink the income gap between the rich and poor in the United States. A touching moment happened when Warren asked a crying LGBTQ teen who asked a question about family rejection to give her a hug.
The Fifth Democratic Debate will be hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Ten candidates qualified for the debate - Cory Booker, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer.
Elizabeth Warren spoke to attendees gathered at the “West Side Pride” black community summit in North Las Vegas where she discussed issues important to the black community both in Nevada and the country at large. She spoke at length about her housing proposal, which she says includes $500 billion in federal investment that would build more than 3 million new housing units throughout the US. “That’s housing units in cities, that’s housing units in small towns, it’s housing units in rural areas," Warren stated.
Elizabeth Warren held a town hall meeting in Grinnell, Iowa less than 100 days before the first-in-the-nation Presidential caucus is held in early 2020. Warren fielded questions from the audience on a range of issues important to her campaign with a focus on her recently unveiled Medicare for All proposal.
Elizabeth Warren sat down with CNN's John King, Van Jones, and a number of other commentators to discuss her performance at the fourth Democratic Debate and how she felt the night went for her. Warren was asked about her back and forth with Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden about her "Medicare for All" proposal, specifically how her plan differs from Bernie Sanders and whether her plan will raise classes on the middle-class. Warren insisted the panel it would not.
The fourth Democratic debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, just outside of Columbus, featured twelve candidates all sharing the same stage. Most observers paid close attention to how Senator Elizabeth Warren performance now that she is leading in many national polls and she had a fairly strong night. Eyes were also on Bernie Sanders, who is returning to the race after suffering a heart attack on October 1. He had a strong performance and is, at least for now, seeming to move on from his health emergency. Joe Biden had a relatively strong night without any major gaffes, but without any major memorable moment either.
Elizabeth Warren and her husband Bruce Mann spoke with CNN's MJ Lee where they had a more personal discussion about their life as a married couple. The two shared the story of how they met at a law conference in Florida in the late 1970's and married in 1980. They also discussed what it is like being on the campaign trail together and what official title he would go by if Warren were elected President.
Elizabeth Warren spoke with Ali Vitali of NBC News where the two discussed the announcement by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that Democrats are opening a formal impeachment investigation into Donald Trump after revelations that he pressured the Ukrainian President to investigate Joe Biden in exchange for him releasing hundreds of millions of dollars in aid Congress duly authorized. Warren was very critical of Trump's actions and cautioned that impeachment may not be "DOA" in the Senate, as many people believe.
Elizabeth Warren spoke to over 12,000 attendees of the annual Democratic Polk County Steak Fry where she sought to continue her momentum after a big speech in front of tens of thousands of people in New York City. Warren stuck on the major themes of her campaign while finding ways to explain to Iowans how her policies would help them locally.
Elizabeth Warren sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show one night after she held a massive rally in New York City to discuss her thoughts on the rally and where she thinks the Democratic field stands with a few months before the first primary votes are cast. Warren, not surprisingly, blasted Donald Trump and claimed that he's not just a bad President, but a "terrible" one. She also attacked Trump for threatening war with Iran, reminding the audience that "no President gets to declare war on their own."
Elizabeth Warren sat down with Rachel Maddow one night after her biggest rally to date to discuss her thoughts about that rally, her thoughts on selfie lines, and her goal of building a grass roots movement to carry her to victory in 2020. Warren also discussed her belief that Donald Trump is a natural symptom of a dysfunctional system of governance that isn't working for the common person and said that getting back to focusing on the average American is her number one priority.
Elizabeth Warren held her largest rally to date in Washington Square Park in New York City in front of a raucous crowd there to hear her speak. Warren touched on the major themes of her campaign, even bringing up the deadly 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire in New York City as an example of how regular people can push back against corporate headwinds. Warren proclaimed "We’re not here today because of famous arches or famous men. In fact, we’re not here because of men at all. We’re here because of some hard-working women. Women who, more than a hundred years ago, worked long hours in a brown, 10-story building a block that way.”
Elizabeth Warren sat down with ABC News Correspondent Tom Llamas and a number of other commentators to discuss her performance in the third Democratic Presidential debate and how she feels she separated herself from the other nine candidates sharing the stage with her. Warren said she is grateful for the debates because they are "a terrific opportunity, these debates, for each one of us on that stage to be able to talk with the American people about who we are, and if you give us the chance, where we want to lead this country. All I hope for is that I was as clear as I could be."
The third Democratic debate in Houston brought the top ten candidates in the Democratic field onto the same stage for the first time and there was no shortage of lively discussion among the group. The top three candidates - Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders - stuck largely to their typical script, with neither of them delivering any major blows, to the likely relief of Joe Biden. The remaining seven candidates received ample time to deliver their message and answer questions from the moderators, but none appeared to deliver a breakout performance that would shake the top of the field up.
Elizabeth Warren delivered a speech at the 2019 New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention where she touched on the major themes of her campaign in front of a welcoming audience. A large number of political commentators agreed that Warren stood out the most of all the candidates who spoke at the convention, garnering the most raucous applause's from the crowd.
Elizabeth Warren a town hall at an Expo Center blocks away from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California in front of a raucous crowd who came to hear her speak. Warren touched on subjects she has staked her campaign on, eliciting chants of "2 cents!" by the crowd, in reference to her plan to tax the ultra-wealthy an extra two percent on every dollar over $50 million, which would amount to two cents per dollar. She also torched big corporations who, in her view, have taken over the political system to the detriment of the common person.
Elizabeth Warren participated in a forum hosted by the Native American group "Four Directions" where she spoke on a range of issues important to the Native American community. Warren also used the opportunity to deliver her most forceful apology to the Native American community over her botched roll out of a DNA test purportedly showing she had a small amount of Native American DNA in her bloodline. Warren offered no excuse and instead apologized "for the harm I have caused. I have listened and I have learned a lot, and I am grateful for the many conversations that we’ve had together.”
Elizabeth Warren delivered a campaign speech at the Iowa State Fair's "Political Soapbox" where she received a raucous welcome from the crowd, highlighting the ground game she has built in the first-in-the-nation caucus state. Warren spent much of her stump speech focusing on her proposal to tax the ultra-wealthy to help pay for a variety of programs that she hopes will help the lower and middle classes get a leg up in society, specifically tuition free college and a single-payer healthcare system.
Elizabeth Warren participated in the AFSCME 2020 Public Service forum, along with 18 other Democratic candidates. Each candidate was given a short opportunity to speak to those in attendance about their plans to strengthen unions after years of decline in membership brought about by a variety of factors.
Night one of the second Democratic debate in Detroit featured two popular progressive candidates speaking the most, Bernie Sanders & Elizabeth Warren, engaging in debates with more moderate candidates on topics including health care, immigration reform & college education. Tim Ryan and John Delaney were the most outspoken in support of more moderate positions providing a contrast while Pete Buttigieg with the 3rd most speaking time focused his criticism on Republicans. Steve Bullock made his first appearance and also defended more moderate positions.
Senator and 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren talked with Chris Matthews in the spin room following the first night of the second Democratic debate. She talked about her presidential campaign and how she planned to pay for Medicare for All.
Elizabeth Warren spoke at the 2019 NAACP Convention in Detroit, Michigan, where she discussed a range of topics important to the American American community. She was one of ten Democratic candidates running for President that addressed the yearly convention.
The League of United Latin American Citizens hosted a town hall that featured four Democrats vying for the 2020 Presidential nomination. The four candidates were Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former U.S. Housing Secretary Julian Castro and former Texas Rep. Beto O' Rourke.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren returned to her home town of Houston, Texas to speak at a town hall hosted at the University of Houston, her alma mater. She discussed her campaign, income inequality and her plans to fix the education system and student loan programs.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren addressed the Rainbow PUSH Coalition Convention in Chicago, Illinois. She spoke about her campaign and on the issues of inequality in America, especially in regards to race, education and the criminal justice system and its need for reform.
The first Democratic debate of the 2020 election cycle featured the first ten of twenty candidates who qualified to participate. There were plenty of minor disagreements between the candidates, particularly on immigration, healthcare policy, and Donald Trump. Some notable moments are when Senator Warren publicly called for the elimination of private health insurance (a first for her), Julian Castro's passionate plea for a more inclusive immigration law, and a number of candidates answering questions in Spanish instead of English in a bid to appeal to Hispanic voters.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren talked with Chris Matthews from the spin room to talk about her campaign plans, its policies, and why she decided to run for president of the United States. She told Chris that she has the biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at the South Carolina Democratic Convention at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, along with several other hopefuls to campaign for South Carolina's vote in the upcoming primaries.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren joined MSNBC's Chris Hayes on the program 'All In With Chris Hayes' for a hosted town hall discussion about her campaign in Fort Wayne, Indidana. Elizabeth Warren answered questions from Hayes and the audience about how she plans to take on Donald Trump in swing states in the general election and she spoke about her plans to change the country as a whole if elected.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at a town hall event held at Focus Hope in Detroit, Michigan. Senator Warren took several questions from the audience and spent much of the discussion focusing on her plans to build up the middle class and how best to help the ailing economy in general.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at the California Democratic Convention in San Francisco, along with 13 other hopefuls to campaign for California's vote in the upcoming primaries. She spoke about her vision for changing the country if elected.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren tells the ladies of the view her reasons for not participating in Fox News' town hall when there were other Democratic candidates who did. She said that she wanted to reach out to everybody. She her reasoning was because of the Fox New executives.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at a rally at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa to campaign for her bid to win the 2020 Democratic nomination for President. She focused the discussion on the crippling student loan debt crisis in the country and her plans to fix the system.
Massachusetts Senator and 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren spoke at a CNN sponsored town hall meeting in Manchester, New Hamsphire. Warren took questions from the moderator Anderson Cooper as well as the audience. In this meet-up she also laid out her case for impeaching Donald Trump.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren sat down for an interview with Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' to talk about how she planned to reach more voters for her campaign for the 2020 presidency. She spoke about crushing student loan debt and education costs, as well as why she doesn't spend her time going after wealthy donors money.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 Presidential Candidate dove into her legislative and regulatory proposals at a CNN town hall in Jackson, Mississippi. She took questions from voters and declared for the first time that she would support replacing the Electoral College with the popular vote. She hit on many issues, everything from the future of health care, to how she would break up tech giants like Facebook and Amazon.
Senator Elizabeth Warren was interviewed by Ed O'Keefe of "Face the Nation" while the Presidential candidate was campaigning in Austin, Texas. The Senator discussed a number of her policy proposals, specifically her proposals on taxation and education that are geared toward helping the lower and middle classes.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren officially announced her bid for president of the United States in a rally in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
2020 Democratic candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren, had her first interview since announcing the launch of an exploratory committee for a run for president in 2020.
Senator Elizabeth Warren announced the launch of her 2020 presidential exploratory committee, in a video to supporters via YouTube, which made her the first major Democrat to take a formal first step towards a presidential bid. She vowed to be a strong advocate for economic fairness and rebuilding the middle class.