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Elizabeth Warren Nov 3
2020 is our moment in history—our moment to dream big, fight hard, and win!
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Zachary R. Wood Nov 2
Critics have argued that Sen. Kamala Harris still needs a clear, consistent message to fulfill her downstream potential. I want to highlight that last night at , Kamala Harris fully answered those critics and proved that they underestimated the caliber of her candidacy.
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Elizabeth Warren Nov 2
I’m in this fight because I believe every person in this country should have a fighting chance at the American dream—and together, we’re building a grassroots movement to make it happen. Let’s dream big, fight hard, and win in 2020. Thank you, !
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Team Pete HQ Nov 4
☑️ Iowa Caucus
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Team #JusticeIsOnTheBallot Kamala Nov 2
I 👏🏼believe👏🏿 that👏🏾 she 👏🏼will👏🏽 win👏🏻
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Team #JusticeIsOnTheBallot Kamala Nov 4
.’ “rhetoric was soaring but focused, her demeanor was sober if not defiant.”
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Team Pete HQ Nov 5
. delivered a memorable speech at . This morning, on the heels of that event and fresh off a three-day bus tour, we released this NEW 60-second ad. Watch and share 📺
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Zachary R. Wood Nov 2
Last night at Sen. Kamala Harris spoke without false step. She authentically embodied emotion that galvanizes & inspires. She communicated resolve impressively & effectively. She spoke with gravitas, & made eloquence look easy. She executed with winning self-definition. 🇺🇸
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Joe Biden Nov 2
First thing I will do as president is rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and rally the world to push our progress further and faster.
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Kamala Harris Nov 3
Iowa, that was fun.
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Julián Castro Nov 2
Too often we talk about the middle class & forget about the poor—those who have the least, who suffer the most. I believe we can do both. I will continue to use my voice to fight for the most vulnerable Americans.
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Shannon Watts Nov 2
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Meena Harris Nov 2
I’m still on a high from last night and not gonna let it get to me, but regarding erasure, lol that didn’t initially post her speech. Y’all need to know that. Onward.
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Dr. Avis Nov 2
Yet I find it interesting that didn’t even mention her in its coverage today. Any guesses as to WHY??? 🙄
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Team Warren Nov 2
RT if you’re feeling inspired after ’ Liberty and Justice dinner!
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Chris Meagher Nov 2
Yesterday: Big speech that brought the house down. Today: Huge gathering of folks eager to talk to their neighbors and friends about how will beat Trump + unite our divided country by offering bold solutions to the problems that DC hasn't been able to solve
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Amy Klobuchar Nov 2
If we want to actually get things done and move this country forward, then we can't just win — we need to win BIG.
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Julián Castro Nov 2
In my administration, we’ll have an immigration system based on compassion and commonsense, not cruelty.
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@JulieZebrak Nov 4
Hmm. In discussing the speeches at the didn’t even garner a mention in this WaPo piece??? She received a standing ovation, arguably had the best speech of the night, she’s a historic candidate, & still in top 5!! Amy, Joe, Elizabeth, Pete, Beto named here. 🤔
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Brandon Pope TV Nov 2
For what it’s worth, best walkout music was with “Return of the Mack.”
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