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Tag: 2016

MoveOn to Host Democratic Presidential Candidate Forum in November

Clinton, O’Malley, and Sanders have been invited to engage with the 8-million-member strong MoveOn community on key progressive issues. MoveOn.org Political Action announced today that it will host what is thus far the only scheduled grassroots online candidate forum of the Democratic presidential primary. The mid-November forum will focus on progressive issues and feature questions […]

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Is Elizabeth Warren Running Yet?

This week, Run Warren Run launched a new website to answer a question it seems everyone has been asking: Is Elizabeth Warren running for president? We have the answer … Not yet. Come on, haven’t you been watching the news? But we’re focused on convincing Senator Warren to change her mind, and we know that having her voice in the presidential […]

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A Look Back: Run Warren Run Builds Momentum in First Quarter

It’s hard to believe that it’s been four months since MoveOn.org Political Action and Democracy for America members joined together to launch Run Warren Run—a campaign focused on encouraging progressive champion Sen. Elizabeth Warren into the presidential race. Reflecting back on the first 120 days of this campaign, MoveOn.org Political Action Executive Director Ilya Sheyman […]

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MUST SEE: MoveOn’s Anna Galland Joins ‘The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell’ to discuss Run Warren Run

Last night, MoveOn.org Civic Action Executive Director Anna Galland joined “The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC to discuss The Boston Globe’s call for Elizabeth Warren to run for president. Anna, who penned one of the three op-eds that accompanied the piece from The Boston Globe’s editorial board, made the case for Run Warren Run and explained why more […]

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HUGE NEWS: The Boston Globe Calls on Elizabeth Warren to Run for President!

Over the weekend, The Boston Globe’s became the first major newspaper to come out in support of Elizabeth Warren running for president. In a two page spread penned by the editorial board, The Globe made the case for why Elizabeth Warren’s causes would be best championed from the presidential campaign trail and the White House. The […]

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We Asked People on the Streets of Boston One Question. Their Answers Were Inspiring.

The support for Senator Elizabeth Warren grows every day. In fact, more than 311,000 people have already signed a petition urging Elizabeth Warren to get into the presidential race. Two of those Run Warren Run supporters from Elizabeth Warren’s home state are Pat Cahill Watson and Kendrys Vasquez, a Lawrence city councilperson. They were curious: “What do my […]

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16 Iowa Political and Business Leaders Sign an Open Letter Urging Elizabeth Warren to Run for President

Today, 16 well-known leaders in the political and business fields in Iowa have joined to publicly call on Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016. More than 311,000 Americans have already signed a petition calling on Warren to enter the race—including supporters in all 99 counties in Iowa—and supporters have organized more than 75 […]

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Elizabeth Warren: Check Your Voicemail

Since the beginning of Run Warren Run, just three months ago, more than 311,000 people have signed onto our effort to encourage Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016. Many people have shared their inspiring stories about why Elizabeth Warren is the candidate that they need, and we wanted Senator Warren to hear the real-life […]

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Poll: Warren’s Message and Biography A Big Winner Among 2016 Battleground State Voters

A new poll of voters in general election battleground states show that Senator Elizabeth Warren’s biography and message of economic populism are appealing to voters from across the political spectrum in the key states likely to swing the 2016 presidential election. These states include, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Neveda, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Battleground […]

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