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video: Clinton’s Wall Street Donors Are Blocking Warren for Vice President

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

 

The word in Washington is that Wall Street is less than pleased with the idea of Hillary Clinton tapping Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as the Vice Presidential candidate for the Democrats.

According to Politico, “Big Wall Street donors have a message for Hillary Clinton: Keep Elizabeth Warren off the ticket or risk losing millions of dollars in contributions.”

How much money has Clinton raised from Wall Street? Through May, Clinton has raised $4.2 million from Wall Street and Clinton’s Super PAC has raised another $18.7 million.

But, Warren raises concerns for Wall Street. She has made a career ripping big banks and Wall Street. One of Warren's most epic quotes, "I'm really concerned that too-big-to-fail has become too-big-for-trial." Needless to say, Wall Street is concerned about a Clinton-Warren ticket.

Attack Dog Warren

For the past few weeks, Warren has been the most aggressive Democratic critic of GOP Presidential Candidate. Both in speeches and on social media Warren has been attacking Donald Trump -- relentlessly.

In Tweets both from her Senate and campaign Twitter accounts, she has attacked Trump for his stances on Muslims, guns, race, 

 

Elizabeth Warren ‏@SenWarren  Jun 7

A marriage between @realDonaldTrump’s toxic racism & @RepHensarling’s Wall Street giveaways is a path to ruin for our country.

 

Elizabeth Warren ‏@SenWarren  Jun 6

The GOP says if gov isn’t working for them & their rich buddies, they won’t let it work for anyone. That extremism got us @realDonaldTrump.

 

Elizabeth Warren ‏@elizabethforma  May 25

Fling as much mud as you want, @realDonaldTrump. Your words & actions disqualify you from being President - & I won't stop saying it.

 

Warren escalated her attacks on Trump, and tied Mr. Trump’s inflammatory comments about a federal judge to what she calls the Republican Party’s obstructionism on judicial appointments. 

 

Clinton and Warren Meet

Last Friday, Warren and Clinton meet in a private meeting. The meeting was a sign to some that Clinton was considering Warren on the ticket. Clinton's campaign has about a month to make a selection. The 2016 Democratic National Convention will be held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia July 25th-28th, 2016. Others claimed to be on the proverbial "short list" include, Virginia U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Clinton's primary rival, is not on the shortlist of vice presidential candidates.

Warren who has spent her career hammering Wall Street and has repeatedly called for greater regulation of the "Big Banks" and Wall Street.

"In a dozen interviews, major Democratic donors in the financial services industry said they saw little chance that Clinton would pick the liberal firebrand as her vice presidential nominee. These donors despise Warren’s attacks on the financial industry. But they also think her selection would be damaging to the economy. And they warned that if Clinton surprises them and taps Warren, big donations from the industry could vanish," wrote Politico.

 

Related Slideshow: The Ten Most Politically Powerful in Central MA

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Senator Michael Moore

Senator Moore, D-Millbury, serves as the Massachusetts Senate Vice-Chair on the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security.

In November, Moore was named the Vice-Chair of the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Public Safety. 

“I am honored to be appointed the Vice-Chair of the NCSL’s Standing Committee on Law, Justice and Public Safety,” said Moore “This appointment will provide me the opportunity to continue to advocate and promote important public safety issues to ensure the safety of residents in the Commonwealth.”

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Matt Beaton- Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Like Polito, Beaton is from Shrewsbury and served as State Rep. for Worcester’s 11th District before being named Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs by Governor Baker.

Baker said that Beaton had the right experience to carry out green energy initiatives and that his leadership will be an important asset to accomplish goals throughout the Commonwealth.

Beaton has experience serving on the Ways and Means, and the Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture committees. Beaton will take charge of the administration's task of creating energy efficiency, conservation and improved outdoor recreation.

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Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus

City Manager Augustus has solid relationships at the top of both political parties in the state. He is an avid supporter of Congressman Jim McGovern and he has recently celebrated that Karyn Polito, from Shrewsbury, will be the Lt. Governor.

"Central Massachusetts is proud to once again have one of our own in the Lieutenant Governor’s office. I look forward to working with the new administration to continue the work of bringing economic development to the Heart of the Commonwealth, improving the standard of living, and ensuring government works for all residents, regardless of class or status," said Augustus.

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Sheriff Lew Evangelidis

Following eight years as State Legislature, in 2010 Lew Evangelidis was elected as Worcester County Sheriff.

With his political background, Evangelidis has gained both visibility and a reputation for getting things done in Worcester County. On Friday night, Evangelidis gave a speech at the Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito's Inauguration Celebraton.

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Mike O'Brien

O'Brien spent nine years as Worcester's City Manager before stepping down in late 2013. 

"Mike is certainly a valuable asset to any Governor. His public service is his great strength," said Connie Lukes, former Mayor of Worcester and current Worcester City Councilor. "Central Mass. is going to have a voice in the Governor's office, and is really becoming a political machine."

O'Brien serves as Baker's Co-Chair of the State of the State Committee and was a central figure during the Baker and Lt. Governor Polito's Central Mass Inauguration Celebration last Friday.

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Senator Ryan Fattman

In November, State Representative Ryan Fattman of Webster defeated incumbent Richard Moore (D) for the South Central Massachusetts Senate Seat. The victory was a huge upset for Fattman who continues to make a remarkable climb up the Massachusetts political ladder.

By winning the State Senate election, Fattman has established a Republican foundation in Central Massachusetts and has helped the Republican party gain control of the State House.

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Tim Murray

"Tim Murray, Gov. Baker, and Karen Polito share many concerns and ideas about the importance of economic development and job opportunities; sound budgets and sensible policies can create a certain momentum and confidence in investors and business leaders that Massachusetts is in capable hands; Tim Murray's current constituencies are the Central Mass. Chambers of Commerce. Those constituencies were and are for the most part eager Baker/Polito supporters. I anticipate that they'll make some beautiful music together, as they share the same economic development/ jobs hymnal. Call Baker a 'Murray Republican' or call Murray a 'Baker Democrat'," said Tom Finneran, former Speaker of the House and GoLocal MINDSETTER™.

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Senator Harriet Chandler

Beginning her eigth term, Senator Harriet Chandler is likely to play important Committee and caucus roles under the new Senate President.

She also serves as the Co-Chair of the Prevention for Health Caucus, Co-Chair of the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) Legislative Caucus, Co-Chair of the Central Massachusetts Caucus, and Co-Chair of the Oral Health Caucus.

"Through hard work and persistence, she has become a leader who ensures that the concerns of Central Massachusetts communities are heard at the State House, " said State Rep. Jim O'Day.

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Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

As reported by GoLocal last week, former Speaker of the House Tom Finneran said this about Polito: "Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito have strong histories with the Legislature; watch for Central Mass. legislators, Democrats and Republicans, to work closely with the Administration...Lt. Governor Polito's first-hand knowledge and experience regarding transportation needs in Central Mass. mirrors Tim Murray's; look for the two of them working together in perfect harmony; Governor Baker will pay close attention and Central Mass. will be the beneficiary. There's no political ego here---just a determination to make Massachusetts as great a state as it can be."

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Congressman Jim McGovern

Following his successful, but long-time bid to initiate relations with Cuba once again, Congressman McGovern proved he has weight to pull both locally and nationally. 

In an interview with GoLocal Worcester regarding McGovern, MINDSETTER™ Paul Giorgio said "If you want to get things done, you need a partner in Washington. You can’t get things done solely on the backs of Worcester tax payers. You need federal dollars. You need state dollars. $10 million to renovate City Square, most of that money isn’t coming from Worcester. It’s state money. Funding for JetBlue, that’s federal money, that’s FAA money."

 
 

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