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Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren, accompanied by a sign language translator, speaks at the Poor People's Campaign Moral Action Congress held at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C. on June 17, 2019.
Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren, accompanied by a sign language translator, speaks at the Poor People's Campaign Moral Action Congress held at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C. on June 17, 2019. | The Christian Post

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who going into the first state competitions had a strong showing in the polls, lost her adopted home state to Biden.

With around 90 percent of precincts reporting, Warren placed third in the state race with 21 percent of the vote, behind Sanders in second place with 26 percent, and Biden in first place with 33 percent. 

CNN described the loss as “jarring” and the “final insult” to Warren, whose home state of Oklahoma also went to Biden on Super Tuesday.

“There is no path forward for her,” said an unnamed Democratic leader, CNN reported. “It's beneath her to remain [in the race.]”

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