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Warren wins the support of the progressive group that supported Sanders in 2016

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After the support from sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the year 2016, the workers and their families party on Monday, sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts endorsed for the democratic presidential nomination.

The support of the progressive organization that is aligned with the labor movement, gives Warren a boost, as you and fellow populist Sanders battle for the mantle of the progressive standard-bearer among the record field of Democratic White house hopefuls.

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“We are committed to help, to win, Elizabeth Warren and organize in our communities and online, to ensure that the problems, to work the matter, the families in the middle of the primary campaign,” the group emphasized on Twitter.

Warren won the endorsement by an online vote, grab 61 percent of the support of WFP members and sympathizers. Sanders was a distant second at 36 percent. In the 2016 Democratic primaries, the independent senator from Vermont, was caught with 87 percent of the vote, easily landing the party in 2016 confirmation on the possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton.

WFP Director Maurice Mitchell noted that “Senator Warren and Senator Sanders have both shaped the ideological terrain on which the campaign is conducted.”

“You have stages as an effective team on the debate and in the polls, and we hope that the partnership will continue. We are proud of both allies in the fight for a fairer America,” he added.

The New York-based group expanding their operation since the start of President Trump tenure in the White house. In the last year, progressive and Cynthia Nixon in their unsuccessful primary challenge against democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo of the state of New York.

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