Florida can count on Elizabeth Warren
10 days ago - By Boston Herald
That didn't take long. Just days after her re-election win in Massachusetts, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren turned her eyes to the presidential swing state of Florida, making a pitch to raise money for a Senate recount. It's the latest in a series of moves by Warren to inject herself into an important presidential primary state. Warren sent a fundraising appeal to her supporters, urging them to donate to help Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson's bid for a recount in his narrow loss on election night to Republican Rick Scott.
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