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Massachusetts a ‘must-win' for Elizabeth Warren, say strategists

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Massachusetts is a “must-win” for Elizabeth Warren - even if the presidential hopeful won't say so herself - with strategists warning that a home-state loss could further damage the senator's already suffering electability argument nationwide.
“I don't know how you lose your home state and then go to another state and say, ‘I'm the best candidate to beat Donald Trump,'” said Democratic strategist Scott Ferson. “Massachusetts is a must-win.”
Warren faces strong competition on her home turf from Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who enters the March 3 primary here with the momentum of a...
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