More than 300 former campaign staffers and organizers for President Barack Obama have signed on to a letter urging Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016. It's the latest effort to nudge Warren into the race.
The ex-Obama staffers say they want someone who will "stand up for working families and take on the Wall Street banks and special interests."
Hillary Rodham Clinton has yet to announce a presidential campaign but has drawn support from a number of top former Obama aides. But the letter from field organizers and others show the interest in a Warren campaign even though she says she's not running.
MoveOn.org announced this week that it was starting a draft Warren campaign and promoting Warren in early presidential states Iowa and New Hampshire.
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