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Warren Possible Presidential Candidate in 2016 Says HuffPost

Monday, December 10, 2012

 

Elizabeth Warren has not even been sworn into her U.S. Senate seat and she is already getting mentioned as a possible Presidential candidate in 2016.

Remember President Barack Obama only served four years in the United State Seante before running for President.

Warren is one of 20 women that the Huffington Post identifies as possible candidates for 2016.  Warren denies she will run in 2016.

Other women mentioned; former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Huffington Post Writes:

Warren, a favorite of many liberals and a fierce advocate of financial reform, beat out Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) in their 2012 contest, putting a Democrat back in the seat formerly held by the late Ted Kennedy. Warren first made a name for herself on the political scene after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) tapped her to chair the congressional panel tasked with overseeing the distribution of the stimulus funds. A bankruptcy law expert and professor at Harvard Law School, Warren pushed for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and later led the effort to set up the new agency.

 

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