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About Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren is an American politician and democrat, who is currently serving as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts since the year 2013.

She also served as special advisor to the secretary of the treasury on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Early life

Elizabeth Warren was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States on June 22, 1949. He is right now aged 69 years. He was born to his parents Pauline and Donald Jones Herring.

He was the fourth child of his parents. Elizabeth Warren completed his studies from Northwest Classen High School and later she went on to attend George Washington University, but she soon dropped out of her college to get married.

But later she completed his education from the University of Houston in 1970 of B.S. She also later attended Rutgers School of Law-Newark.


Elizabeth Warren started her career as a lecturer, she taught in the University of Pennsylvania Law School (1987) as a full professor, and as Robert Braucher Visiting Professor of Commercial Law at
Harvard Law School in 1992.

As an expert in bankruptcy and commercial law, in 1995, she has had the responsibility to advise the National Bankruptcy Review Commission to which she worked tirelessly in for years.

In 2008, U.S. Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid appointed her to chair the five-member Congressional Oversight Panel overseeing the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act to which they released monthly reports assessing the bailout and related programs of the government.

She also served in the Committee on Armed Services, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions and Special Committee on Aging. She has as well announced her intentions to run for a second term in office.

Personal Life

Elizabeth Warren was first married to a computer engineer Jim Warren for whom she left her own studies as well. The couple together gave birth to two children Amelia and Alexander.

Later the couple headed for divorce in the year 1978. Elizabeth Warren married Bruce Mann, whom she was dating from 2 years.

Net worth

According to media resources, Elizabeth Warren’snet worth is estimated to be $ 10.8 million.


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new trump policy re sick children

Posted on Sep 02, 2019 at 09:44 AM

ellasara kling says: Dear Ms. Warren: I support you in your bid for President of the US and, am very proud to do so. As you are aware, it is impossible to stay on top of all the "news" created by the current resident of the Oval Office.
I just learned of new horror and perhaps, one of the most revolting. He has immigration implementing deporting sick children and their families and giving them 33 days to leave. You are probably aware of this. WHERE AM I LIVING??????

Why are there not banners on newspapers, screaming headlines, presidential candidates up in arms???
Have we become so dead that we only "tsk" at such an atrocity?
Please speak out. for my part, I am writing and calling everyone I can think of (starting with you, my favorite candidate) as I sit here crying that this is what my country has come to be. There may be something even lower, more disgusting, and, if there is, he will think of it, but I will not become numb!

health care

Posted on Aug 31, 2019 at 12:28 PM

Vicki Lindner says: Dear Senator Warren:
I truly admire you, your positions, and your campaign and have contributed to that, but frankly, like many older people, I am concerned about your "take no prisoners" "Health Care for All" proposal. I agree this should have been done a long time ago, and the present situation enriches insurance companies. BUT like many people, I am satisfied with what I have--Medicare ( all parts) and a very inexpensive supplementary plan which I get from my former employer, the University of Wyoming. (They sure didn't pay me much but they gave me that) When Colorado got health care for all proposal on the ballot it was defeated by 80% of voters and I learned that if I gave up my cheap supplementary plan I would pay $2000 more in taxes. (At that time the state would have had to get permission to get out of the Obamacare exchange, assuming Clinton had won, and a LOT of money, I think billions, would have been required to set it up.) Oddly, one very conservative rural county voted for Trump and this plan, because, I think, they assumed the rich people in Denver we're going to pay for it. It turned out 52% of Coloradans had employer-provided health care, and the Medicaid expansion had covered a lot of people who didn't have insurance if not all. Now our excellent governor has devised a reinsurance program that brings, and that plan has been widely praised. I do think you (and Bernie Sanders) might want to consider talking about phasing in Health Care for All.

Rent control

Posted on Aug 19, 2019 at 09:19 AM

maxine Foster says: One of the problem that most of the poor people are having is the rent control problem in ma.
I have section 8 and is on SSI, 30% of my check goes to my rent which leaves me nothing.
Each year landlords go up on rent apartment that tenants can't afford, with no considerations for their tenant.
This issue needs to be addressed.
Thank you for your time.

Your campaign

Posted on Aug 17, 2019 at 07:24 PM

Sally Montgomery says: Senator, I am in your camp but I have a comment/question. You are promising the world to everybody. Free this, free that, etc. but how do you (we) pay for it? You will cancel college what level. I have a daughter that decided at 30 that medicine was her passion. She took science classes in night school and two years later was accepted at a good med school. So 8 years later she became a practicing oncologist. However, we are retired middle-class folks and could only help her with room/board. Her debt is $65,000. She is a single Mom with a three yr old and finally had to buy a house. (We helped). Childcare is $22/hr., 12 HRs/day. Yes, she makes good money but that school debt is prohibitive. I am not crying about this but how do you reconcile that.
Socialized medicine for health is problematic. You are making many promises but what will you do when you can’t follow through. Look at Herr Drumph and his problems.
That is a big question Senator.
Thank you.


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