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Jessica Jones. Supergirl. Black Canary. TV audiences can't get enough of female superheroes, and who better from 2019's team of avengers to put on the cape than Elizabeth Warren? She's fierce, helped stop predatory lenders in their tracks with a weapon called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and she talks about affordable child care and fair wages with enough intensity to light a city. The senator from Massachusetts rose to third in the pre-debate polling average -- she's even led Sanders in at least one national poll -- and could leap to the front of the pack if she continues to focus on the widening gap between the nation's haves and have-nots. Warren, 69, has argued for financial regulation and creating a wealth tax on assets over $50 million, which has not endeared her to the 1%. Then again, superheroes are at their best when pulling for the underdog: "The way I see it, no one in this country should work full time and still live in poverty -- period," Warren writes in her book, "This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America's Middle Class." Warren is now a force in the race, and as the top contender of Night One, the debate is hers to win -- or lose. Stay tuned to see if this formerly mild-mannered Harvard Law professor can transform into a caped crusader on stage, and save the nation from that ubiquitous villain, Corporate Greed.

Source : https://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/tv/ct-ent-reality-tv-democratic-debates-20190623-s7qtoehwffdtfilhyz7nu7ynre-story.html

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