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Elizabeth Warren: 'Too Early' to Commit to 2018 Senate Run

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By    |   Monday, 24 Aug 2015 12:59 PM

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says that it's "too early" to make a commitment to run for another term in the Senate.

Warren was asked about her plans to run for another term in 2018 on Boston television station WBZ in an interview released Sunday.

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The senator, who defeated former Sen. Scott Brown in 2012, told WBZ-TV that it's "too early to talk about that."

"What I will say is, I’m committed to getting up every single day and fighting for the families who sent me," she said.

When asked further if she wasn't sure about running for a second term in the Senate, she said "what I’m doing is I’m fighting for the families who are there in Massachusetts, the families who sent me."

The host then asked, "So you don’t want to answer that question?"

"I don’t want to answer that question," Warren said.

Warren made the comments before she met with Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday. Biden is reportedly considering running for president on the Democratic ticket. 

The Massachusetts senator has continuously said that she does not plan to run for president in 2016.

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