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Democratic Frontrunner Appears Before Sparse Crowd in South Carolina

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Nov/09/2019

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, currently the frontrunner among Democratic candidates seeking to become the next US President, spoke before a sparse crowd in Orangeburg, South Carolina Friday.

Just a few dozen people were in the auditorium when she spoke on stage.

Her odds were coming in at +150 to win the nomination.


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