Elizabeth Warren is a Senate Candidate from Democrat who served as Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Warren has been the most vocal of 2012 aspirants to support the Occupy Wall Street movement. Massachusetts U.S. Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren has come to embody the frustration felt by protesters outside financial sector hubs in cities across America. Asked about her position on the Occupy Wall Street protest at last week’s Massachusetts Senate debate, Warren did not hold back. Warren said that people have to follow the law, then immediately launched into an invective against the banks. “The people on Wall Street broke this country, and they did it one lousy mortgage at a time. It happened more than three years ago, and there has been no real accountability, and there has been no real effort to fix it. That’s why I want to run for the United States Senate.”
Warren, whose her rationale of her economic policy became popular on the Internet, is now challenging one-time bay state populist icon Scott Brown for Ted Kennedy’s old Senate seat. A Public Policy Polling Poll from mid-September showed Warren with a narrow, 2 point edge over Brown with more than a year left in the campaign. However, the other two following polls of Western New England College and University of Massachusetts/Boston Herald show Brown leading Warren.
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