January 30, 2020
Senator Elizabeth Warren has led her campaign with consistency and composure. Her main goal is to end corruption in Washington and fix a system that currently only works for the wealthy. On the debate stage, she is able to speak eloquently and passionately about her ideals and has continued to gain traction among voters along the debate trail. Some, however, have concerns about her “likability” ratings, due to some recent scandals concerning her minority status. Still, recent polls give confidence that Warren is overcoming this extra hurdle she has to face. In one of the statistical analysis website FiveThirtyEight’s recent polls in Iowa, a key swing state, Warren was two points ahead of Joe Biden, who started the presidential race as a clear frontrunner. If Warren can keep doing what she’s doing and hold her ground against Trump on the debate stage, we might be electing our first female president in 2020.