NASHUA, N.H. ― Sen. (D-Mass.) was wrapping up a town hall here in New Hampshire’s second-largest city when a voter asked how she planned to defeat and win the .
“The way I’m going to win is I’m going to unite our party, because we have to have a united party,” Warren said Tuesday, one week before the second contest of the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries. “We can’t have a repeat of 2016.”
It’s a point the Warren campaign has been hammering over the past month, downplaying her history of challenging other and arguing she’s uniquely qualified to bridge the party’s ideological, age, gender and racial divides. Some allies have gone further and argued it positions her well for a