- Massachusetts senator says she will not make an endorsement today
- Warren says hardest part is ‘all those little girls who are going to have to wait four more years’
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Joe Biden has picked up another endorsement from a former Obama administration official: former health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
“At this time of an emerging health crisis, it’s more important than ever to have an experienced leader as president who listens to the scientists, believes in health care for all, and can bring the country together to deal with the challenges ahead,” Sebelius said in a statement released by the Biden campaign.
Some of Elizabeth Warren’s supporters are continuing their fight for other progressive candidates after the Massachusetts senator suspended her campaign today.
The New York Times reports:
Ms. Warren’s supporters never turned on their candidate, or the party that rejected her candidacy. In Illinois, where Ms. Warren’s campaign was scheduled to hold a post-Super Tuesday phone banking session, staff and supporters refused to cancel. They decided to use their time to support Marie Newman, the Illinois congressional candidate running against an incumbent Democrat opposed to abortion rights.