2020 Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren has now announced that her campaign will not be accepting money from a single PAC or Lobbyist group.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has officially kicked off her 2020 bid for the White House, joining a Democratic primary field that promises to be among the largest and most diverse in the party's history.
Warren quickly took aim at President Trump in her announcement speech Saturday in Lawrence, Mass., accusing the administration of being "the most corrupt in living memory" and lacking "a conscience" with its immigration policies.
She also portrayed herself as a fighter willing to pursue large-scale reform, saying, "It won't be enough to just undo the terrible acts of this administration. We can't afford to just tinker around the edges - a tax credit here, a regulation there. Our fight is for big, structural change."
"This is the fight of our lives. The fight to build an America where dreams are possible, an America that works for everyone. I am in that fight all the way," she said in the roughly 40-minute speech, sporting a scarf but not gloves on a brisk 30-degree day.
The announcement at the event in her home state of Massachusetts came more than a month after Warren formed an exploratory committee that allowed her to begin raising money for a presidential campaign. Since then, she has crisscrossed early primary states and hired staffers to lay the framework for a campaign.
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