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Elizabeth Warren Drops Out Of Presidential Race

Elizabeth Warren, the former Harvard professor turned U.S. Senator, once considered a front-runner to be the Democratic nominee for the presidency, has ended her campaign, NBC News reported.

The candidate who made her platform all about her many, many plans for her first term in office was forced to reconsider her run after a poor showing on Super Tuesday.

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Despite a good showing in the debates, scoring an especially telling blow against Mike Bloomberg in the Nevada debate that spurred a significant fundraising spike, and a history of drawing large crowds to her rallies, voters didn't show up for her on March 3.

She ended the day with no wins and a mere 65 delegates, well behind front runners Joe Biden, who has 596, and Bernie Sanders with 531.

The day after Super Tuesday, Warren's campaign manager, Roger Lau, issued a statement saying Warren was re-assessing her campaign.

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"We are obviously disappointed, and Elizabeth is talking with our team to assess a path forward," Lau wrote. "All of us have worked for Elizabeth long enough to know that she isn't a lifetime politician and doesn't think like one...The decision is in her hands, and it's important that she has the time and space to consider what comes next."

Given her place in the polls, many had difficulty seeing how she could continue in the race.

Warren has yet to announce whether she will endorse any of the remaining candidates.

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Her policies most closely resemble fellow progressive Sanders, and she reportedly spoke with the Vermont Senator.

However, a Biden campaign official did confirm to BuzzFeed News that Warren and Biden had spoken Wednesday night.

h/t: NBC News, BuzzFeed News