Fifteen Things You Didn’t Know about Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., August 21, 2018. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)
A trip through the life of Democrats’ first announced 2020 presidential candidate

1) In 1966, Elizabeth Warren won the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow scholarship at her high school. “Contestants were required to take a 50-minute exam,” according to a short history published in 2013. “The test, consisting of 150 questions, covered a variety of topics: family relationships, spiritual and moral values, child development and care, health and safety, utilization and conservation, money management, recreation and use of leisure time, home care and beautification, community participation, and continuing education.”

2) One of Warren’s big breaks was an appearance on Dr. Phil McGraw’s daytime television show in 2004. The previous year, then Harvard Law School professor

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