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The future Senator of Massachusetts was born in Oklahoma City in 1949. With a love of education and the smarts to back it up, she graduated from high school at age 16. By 1995, Warren was teaching law at Harvard University. Before running for Senator in 2012, Warren advised the National Bankruptcy Review Commission and chaired the Congressional Oversight Panel.
In 2012, after weathering a storm regarding her Cherokee heritage, she defeated incumbent Republican Scott Brown. She won the race by a small margin of 5%. Her re-election campaign in 2018 went more smoothly, defeating Geoff Diehl and earning 60% of the vote this time. Warren was also an important part of the 2020 presidential race, attempting to secure the Democratic nomination. She eventually dropped out of the race, placing third in total delegates.
Biography. (2018, March 12). Elizabeth Warren biography. https://www.biography.com/political-figure/elizabeth-warren