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Senate-Hopeful Elizabeth Warren Targets Big Banks in First TV Ad

HeadlineNov 15, 2011

In campaign news, Elizabeth Warren has issued her first TV ad in her bid to unseat Republican Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown. In the ad, Warren paints herself as a crusader against the banking industry.

Elizabeth Warren: “For years, I worked to expose how Wall Street and the big banks are crushing middle-class families. It just isn’t right. I stood up to the big banks and their army of Washington lobbyists. I worked to hold them accountable. I led the fight for a new agency to protect consumers — and we got it. But Washington is still rigged for the big guys, and that’s got to change. I’m Elizabeth Warren, and I approve this message, because I want Massachusetts families to have a level playing field.”

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