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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has announced her intention to run for re-election in the 2022 midterms. The 73-year-old senator, who has held her seat since 2012, made the announcement on Twitter, sharing a campaign ad featuring Massachusetts voters singing her praises.

Warren, a former Harvard law professor, has been a vocal progressive in the Senate, advocating for policies like student loan forgiveness, universal healthcare, and a wealth tax on the super-rich.

She has also been a leading critic of Wall Street and big banks and was a key architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was established in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

Despite her progressive bona fides, Warren has faced criticism from some on the left for not being aggressive enough in her opposition to the Biden administration. She has also been the subject of attacks from Republicans, who have criticized her policies as “socialist” and accused her of being anti-business.

Warren’s decision to run for re-election is seen as a boost for Democrats, who are hoping to maintain their slim majority in the Senate. With the Senate split 50-50, Democrats are relying on Warren and other progressive senators like Bernie Sanders and Cory Booker to help push their agenda through Congress.