Warren goes to the big money fundraising events in the primaries, the General election is a different story

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2020, a presidential candidate, promised to avoid on Monday, that traditional political fundraisers with wealthy donors have said during the Democratic primaries but, you go back to the traditional fundraising during the General election, if you rich against the GOP “-wealthy” donors and “dark money”.

Warren, who is allegedly looking to boost your online fundraising, written on the Medium that it intends the “best president money can’t buy.”


Politico ran the headline, “Warren creates purity test unseen in modern presidential politics.”

A Senior aide to Warren told the publication, “she is an outsider. She is a reformer. It is an anti-corruption candidate, and this is one of many steps taken in order to help cement in the minds of the voters. By not doing the traditional big-dollar-financial-program, you will be much more time than the other candidates, to focus on the organization in the early States, and other priorities.”

Warren appeared on MSNBC’s “All in With Chris Hayes” and was asked about the move. She claims that the avoidance of these big-ticket events, helps the candidate compound with the base, the voters and build a strong Foundation before the 2020 General election.


She was asked to reach over their past, which included you, out to wealthy donors, and put together a sizable war chest of about $12 million. She pointed out that the “big money” fundraiser avoidance would be only for the primaries, because the Republicans are “armed to the teeth” during the General elections.

“You have all of your donor, you are wealthy-wealthy donors; they have their Super PACs, they have their dark and money; you have everything, you go for it,” she said.

The Wall Street Journal reported that her campaign manager, wrote in an E-Mail that you pay will conduct fundraising events, but you will “-what-you-can.”


The vow is the first of its kind between 2020 Democratic candidates. Warren acknowledged that the ever-growing democratic primary field would likely outraise her due to her decision.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report

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