Sen.-Elect Warren says Campaign in Debt

BOSTON (AP) — U.S. Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren says despite raising $42 million her campaign finished in the red and she’s asking supporters for a “little more money” to pay off the debt.

Warren, a Democrat who defeated incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown last month, sent a letter to supporters on Wednesday asking for donations to help pay the campaign’s final bills.

She cited higher-than-expected costs for feeding more than 20,000 volunteer workers around the state on Election Day and for renting vans to drive prospective voters to polling places. The letter did not give the size of the debt.

The Warren-Brown race was the most expensive political race in Massachusetts history, and apparently the costliest U.S. Senate race in the country this year.

  • Samuel

    You ran up the debt, you get to pay for it. Welcome to the real world, Warren. If your voters run up bills, do you pay for them?

  • Mick

    Oh, yes, what do socialist/communist do when the run out of other people’s money?
    Perfect, couldn’t have asked for a better prelude! And she’s our senator? Good luck.