Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) should be given the task of nominating Hillary Clinton at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. It would be a very symbolic move — a progressive favorite nominating the first woman presidential candidate.
Democrats are looking to Warren to help bring unity in the party after the blistering primary season ends.
The Hill: “Several Democratic senators say they have approached Warren about the role she can play, insisting she is best positioned to mend the schism between the Clinton and Bernie Sanders wings of the party.”Warren has a loyal following among the more liberal Democrats who favor Sanders. She has told colleagues she will play the role of peacemaker, but not until after the last major round of primaries on June 7. “I think Elizabeth can and will be very helpful,” said Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), a Clinton backer who spoke to Warren on Wednesday. “She is very interested, at least in my conversations with her, in doing everything she can to help get the party to unite for November,” she added.”
It’s time to unite around Hillary Clinton and look towards beating the Republicans in November, both for the White House and in down ballot races.
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