She has steadfastly been the leader of the second tier of Democrats viewing for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination….
She is strongly anti-Big Business…..
She doesn’t seem to be able to get into the first tier….
She’s betting Iowa….
Ms. Warren struggled in her early fund-raising, trailing four other Democrats in the first quarter of the year, and she has refused to hold high-dollar fund-raisers, putting her financial fate in the hands of small donors. In the first quarter, her campaign spent roughly 87 cents of every dollar it received in donations.
“It’s going to burn up cash,” Matt Paul, who was Hillary Clinton’s state director in Iowa for the 2016 caucuses, said of the Warren campaign’s sizable presence in the state. For campaigns, he said, there is a “delicate but necessary balance between cash flow and critical early voter contact.”
“The caucus is reliant upon relationships,” he added. “That takes staff and direct messaging to voters, but they need to be very careful not to burn through resources now when so few Democrats are engaged.”