Fading presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren asked her supporters for just $2 on social media Thursday morning; saying she’s quickly “running out of time” before this weekend’s Democratic Caucuses in Nevada.
“We’re running out of time before the Nevada caucuses. Will you pitch in $2 right now and get in the fight?” posted Warren on Twitter.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 20, 2020
Warren -who routinely slams billionaires and costly donation dinners- is seemingly softening her position on Super PAC’s now that her campaign is running low on funds ahead of Super Tuesday.
“Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s campaign denounced big money’s growing role in the Democratic primary in a statement Wednesday — but stopped short of specifically calling for the shutdown of Persist PAC, a new pro-Warren super PAC, after the group popped up with a major ad campaign benefiting her,” reports Politico.
“The new super PAC has reserved nearly $800,000 in TV and radio advertising so far in Nevada, according to Advertising Analytics, becoming the biggest outside advertiser in the state before Saturday’s Democratic caucuses. The group’s arrival challenges a core tenet of Warren’s political career: her condemnations of big money and its influence on politics,” adds the website.
Read the full report here.