Warren campaign offering supporters chance to 'grab a drink with Elizabeth'

Warren campaign offering supporters chance to 'grab a drink with Elizabeth'
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White House hopeful Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenKamala Harris: The conventional (and predictable) pick all along On The Money: McConnell says it's time to restart coronavirus talks | New report finds majority of Americans support merger moratorium | Corporate bankruptcies on pace for 10-year high Hillicon Valley: Facebook removed over 22 million posts for hate speech in second quarter | Republicans introduce bill to defend universities against hackers targeting COVID-19 research | Facebook's Sandberg backs Harris as VP pick MORE (D-Mass.) is offering supporters a chance to grab a drink with her if they donate to her presidential campaign to enter a contest. 

“Doesn’t having a drink with Elizabeth sound pretty refreshing and inspiring right now? She’s great company — just ask her husband, Bruce,” the campaign said in an email to supporters Wednesday, including a gif of the couple clinking glasses. 


“Elizabeth and Bruce like to kick back and catch up over a couple of beers. But if you win, you can order whatever drink you’d like — hot, cold, caffeinated, decaf, sweetened, unsweetened, sparkling, still, anything (the world is yours). And you’ll be able to talk with Elizabeth about what issues matter most to you, why you’re in this fight, and anything you want her to know.”

The emails advertising drinks with Warren, which have been sent to supporters in recent days, come as the Massachusetts Democrat rises in some primary polls. She has solidified her position as a top-tier candidate this week as two polls in crucial states place her near the top.

A poll of likely caucus-goers in Iowa released this week found Warren in a statistical tie for second place with Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersBiden wins Connecticut in final presidential primary of year Vermont Rep. Peter Welch easily wins primary Three pros and three cons to Biden picking Harris MORE (I-Vt.) and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegCalifornia Dems back Yang after he expresses disappointment over initial DNC lineup Obamas, Clintons to headline Biden's nominating convention CNN's Ana Navarro to host Biden roundtable on making 'Trump a one-term president' MORE, with all three trailing former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenNAACP seeks to boost Black voter turnout in six states Biden touts Trump saying Harris would be 'fine choice' for VP pick Kamala Harris: The conventional (and predictable) pick all along MORE. The survey showed her with a higher net favorable rating than any other candidate in the field, as 71 percent of likely caucus-goers see her favorably, while just 17 percent see her unfavorably.

Warren also came in second place in a poll of likely Democratic caucus voters in Nevada, again trailing Biden.

Warren has made significant investments in both states, hiring hefty campaign staffs to maintain her momentum. She’s also sought to buoy her support by releasing a bevy of policy platforms to rectify financial inequities and racial discrimination, tackle student debt and more.

Former Colorado Gov. John HickenlooperJohn HickenlooperKamala Harris makes history — as a Westerner Coronavirus deal key to Republicans protecting Senate majority Republicans uncomfortably playing defense MORE, another Democrat running for president next year, has also offered to grab a drink with donors in order to gin up support for his longshot White House bid.