Contact Elizabeth Warren | Democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts


Senator Elizabeth Warren speaking at the 2019 Iowa Democrats Hall of Fame Celebration.Senator Elizabeth Warren speaking at the 2019 Iowa Democrats Hall of Fame Celebration.By: Lorie Shaull

Elizabeth Warren Contact & Bio Information

Elizabeth Warren
Born 06/22/1949 (Age 72)
Religion:Methodist
Contact Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) by email address, mailing address, Massachusetts & DC office phone numbers, official & campaign websites, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:
DC Phone Number: 202-224-4543
Government Website: warren.senate.gov
Official Website: elizabethwarren.com

Notable Speaking Engagements by Elizabeth Warren

EngagementNumAbout
Elizabeth Warren Speeches11Major speeches by Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren Interviews15Major interviews by Elizabeth Warren
Elizabeth Warren Debates10Debates Elizabeth Warren participated in
Elizabeth Warren Town Halls12Major Town Halls and Forums Elizabeth Warren participated in

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

Previous Elizabeth Warren Speaking Engagements (EST)
Elizabeth Warren Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
Elizabeth Warren 2020 DNC Convention Speech
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the 2020 Democratic National Convention, speaking from an elementary school classroom to highlight the critical need for federal investment in families and children. She told us a personal story of how her aunt moved in with her when she was a young working mother to help raise her children so she could work and how, as grateful she is for her aunts help, that wouldn't be needed if Joe Biden's education and universal childcare plan were enacted into law.
10th Democratic Debate
The 10th Democratic Debate will be held at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina. CBS News is hosting the debate along with the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. It is being held days after the Nevada caucuses and days before the South Carolina Democratic primary.
9th Democratic Debate
The 9th Democratic Debate was held at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. NBC News and MSNBC hosted the debate along with The Nevada Independent. It was the smallest debate stage in the 2020 election cycle and the first debate former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg participated in. His Democratic rivals wasted no time harshly criticizing his record on a number of issues and questioning his motives for entering the race. Bloomberg appeared caught off guard at some moments, but forcefully pushed back at others. Another memorable moment is when Sen. Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg had an impassioned debate over courting minority voters.
8th Democratic Debate
The 8th Democratic debate co-hosted by ABC and television station WMUR was held at St Anselm College, outside of Manchester, NH. The candidates surprisingly struck a less hostile tone than prior debates and there were even some moments of levity when Bernie Sanders was asked about a criticism by Hillary Clinton about his likability in the Senate, hoping to get some moments of disagreement, but instead Joe Biden talked about his admiration for Sanders and gave him a hug. Not all moments were light though, with multiple candidates questioning Pete Buttigieg about his inability to break through with non-white voters and Biden sharply criticizing Sanders over gun control.
7th Democratic Debate
The 7th Democratic Debate co-hosted by CNN and The Des Moines Register was held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Six candidates qualified for the debate in what was the smallest debate to date. The debate happened one day after Senator Warren accused Senator Sanders of privately telling her that a woman couldn't win the general election, an accusation Sanders vociferously denies. Another memorable element of the evening was Senator Klobuchar appearing to go on the attack against nearly everyone on the stage, especially the candidates she perceives as being too far left to win in a general election.