Warren's future uncertain after loss in home state of Mass

Posted at 5:13 AM, Mar 04, 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — The future of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is in serious doubt after she finished a surprisingly weak third in the Democratic primary in her home state of Massachusetts.

The disappointing finish in the state she represents, and a weak showing in other Super Tuesday contests, mark a striking collapse for the onetime favorite of progressives who was known for “having a plan” for nearly everything.

After mediocre showings in the first four states, where Warren never finished higher than third place, Warren is trailing significantly in the delegate count.