In Photos: Elizabeth Warren Brings Her Presidential Campaign To Denver

February 23, 2020
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Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren brought her campaign for president to Denver to the Fillmore Auditorium on Sunday Feb. 23, 2020. State Sen. Julie Gonzales introduced Warren.
Elizabeth Warren waves to supporters as she walks on stage at the Fillmore in Denver Sunday, Feb.23, 2020. Hart Van Denburg/CPR News
Elizabeth Warren waves to supporters as she walks on stage at the Fillmore in Denver Sunday, Feb.23, 2020.
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The Fillmore has a capacity of about 3,900. Warren's staff estimated about 3,800 supporters were in the house.
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State Sen. Kerry Donovan, who has endorsed Warren, warmed up the crowd.
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Donovan put an Elizabeth Warren doll, which she said was her husband's, on the lectern while she spoke.
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The crowd was loud and emotional when Warren took the stage at about 3:30 p.m.
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The Fillmore has a capacity of about 3,900. Warren's staff estimated that there were 3,800 people in the house.
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Supporters of all ages were in the crowd.
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During her speech, she promoted her wealth tax, a plan for more affordable health care and investments into public education. She also referred to rival candidate Michael Bloomberg as “a threat” and does not want to “trade one arrogant billionaire for another,” comparing Bloomberg to President Donald Trump. 
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Warren told the crowd she couldn't stick around for selfies after her speech, because she had to leave right away to campaign in South Carolina.
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Supporters chanted "dream big fight hard" throughout Warren's speech.