Warren Rallies Michigan Voters On Super Tuesday

Mar 4, 2020

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a primary election night rally, Tuesday, March 3, 2020, at Eastern Market in Detroit.
Credit AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is vowing to remain in the Democratic presidential race, despite a lackluster showing on Super Tuesday.

Warren spent Super Tuesday evening in Michigan, which is one of a half-dozen states holding a primary or caucus next week.

 

 

Warren barely mentioned Super Tuesday at her rally in Detroit.

Instead she told the crowd what she calls the threat to women, people of color and the global climate posed by Donald Trump, is too great to ignore.

 

“When there is this much danger, do you decide to kind of get a little timid…back up…crouch down a little? Or do you decide to fight back? Me? I’m in this ‘cause I’m fighting back!” Warren told the crowd.

 

It won’t get any easier for Warren in Michigan.

Bernie Sanders routinely draws thousands to his events in Michigan and Joe Biden helped Detroit as it exited bankruptcy in 2014.