In 2016, Elizabeth Warren was asked several times whether she would make a bid for the presidency of the United States, she replied every time she had no intention. That is the usual answer provided by most individuals who have indeed contemplated a run for public office but have yet to iron out the details or are undecided or simply unwilling to say it at the time of being asked. So, no one then took Warren’s NO answer for the answer. In fact, a number of Warren’ supporters believed she would change her mind; those backers made flyers, created campaign website and started to make noise and wave Elizabeth Warren For President banners. None of that fazed her. She did not run.
However, for the 2020 presidential elections, she was among the first to announce her intention to bid for the presidency of the United States. Elizabeth Warren, just six years into her senatorship, – twice as long as Obama when he bid for the office – representing residents in the State of Massachusetts, announced on February 9, 2019 she will seek the office of the presidency of the United States. As a law professor, a member of the Congressional Oversight Panel which was in charge of monitoring $700 billion TARP bank bailout program and special advisor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Elizabeth Warren has the chops to navigate the complexity of the financial markets which have major impact on the US economy. In addition, Elizabeth Warren is known to have a plan for everything. She started her campaign by putting in place a structure to take her campaign all the way to the general elections. That is somewhat different from other candidates who have adopted a more gradual approach.