Elizabeth Warren Raising Enough Money To Scalp Trump in 2020 Election

Everybody knows that Nancy Pelosi is the Democratic party’s number one fundraiser, now that Hillary Clinton’s effort are still on idle or a low gear.

But few know that Elizabeth Warren could well take Pelosi’s crown as a top fund-raiser.

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren received her one millionth campaign contribution in July. The donations have value beyond an immediate few bucks: They add names to a supporter list that could become a virtual ATM if she decides to run for president.

For Ms. Warren, other would-be Democratic contenders and President Trump, the midterm elections this month were a fresh opportunity for “list building”—shorthand for the collection of supporter information such as emails, phone numbers and home addresses.

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Elizabeth Warren builds expansive Democratic campaign effort ahead of likely 2020 bid

During the past six months, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has built a shadow war room designed to elect Democrats across the country in the midterm elections, overtaking some of the traditional duties of Democratic Party campaign committees and further positioning herself for an all-but-certain 2020 presidential bid.

Her effort, which goes far beyond the fundraising and endorsement speeches in which prospective presidential candidates typically engage, has encompassed work in all 50 states and close coordination with more than 150 campaigns. The result is a wide-ranging network that includes those running for state treasurer in Nevada, state legislature in Iowa and congressional offices across the country.

It is unmistakably aimed at some of the early-primary states that Warren would need to contest in a presidential campaign. She has deployed staffers to all four early primary states — two to New Hampshire and one each to Iowa, South Carolina, and Nevada — as well as to traditional powerhouses such as Ohio, Florida, Michigan and Wisconsin.

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