The tableau surrounding Hillary Clinton on Monday was impressive: 13 female Democratic senators endorsing the Democratic 2016 presidential front-runner en masse.
The evening fundraising event on Capitol Hill brought in a chunk of campaign cash ahead of an often difficult fundraising month in December. But it was also meant to underscore Clintons near-monopoly among Democratic lawmakers who have declared a preference, and her appeal as the first woman with a strong shot at becoming president.
But one particularly influential female Democratic senator didnt join her colleagues: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) the anti-Wall Street crusader who was courted to run as the darling of very liberal Democrats has not endorsed Clinton, nor has she promised she will...
To be fair, Warren has also not endorsed Senator Sanders, nor said that she would. Of course, Sanders wasn't holding a presser to show off all the progressive Senators who have endorsed him, so the fact that she has not yet endorsed him yet hasn't been an issue. I'm sure she will endorse whoever wins the convention nomination. Depending upon how that goes, I might as well.
via International Skeptics Forum http://ift.tt/1IyjAYn