The Case for Elizabeth Warren in 2020 is simple. She is not the reason she should be running for President. The reason she is should run is so much deeper than that. She represents a large portion of America that is not interested in “revolution”. She represents a large portion of our nation that already thought, and still thinks America at its core is pretty great. She represents the mother that is putting off picking up her medicine a few more days to ensure her children have lunch money for the rest of the week. She represents that father that is really sick of working that low paying part-time warehouse job, when just a few short years ago he had a job that paid all the bills with enough left over to save. The case for Elizabeth Warren in 2020 is a lot less about her, and a hell of a lot more about the people she keeps fighting for and trying to protect in Congress.
There has been one position in the United States government that has worked tirelessly to promote the needs related to early childhood development, HIV/AIDS awareness, Women’s Health & Wellness, LGBT rights, fighting obesity, supporting military families, ending homelessness among our veterans, addressing domestic and international literacy issues, securing health care for children across America, advocating women’s rights, slowly killing gender inequality, increasing adoption resources and foster care services, and ending violence against women.