Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren in Presidential Race

"Elizabeth and I share a vision of America where everyone counts."
Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren embrace after a Democratic presidential debate on June 26 in Miami.

After ending his own run for the Presidential seat in the White House, Julián Castro has endorsed Senator Elizabeth Warren for President.

What We Know:

  • On Monday, January 6, Castro took to his Twitter account to announce his endorsement for Senator Warren.
  • “Today I’m proud to endorse @ewarren for president. Elizabeth and I share a vision of America where everyone counts. An America where people— not the wealthy or well-connected—are put first. I’m proud to join her in the fight for big, structural change.

  • In a 3 minute and 23 second video, Castro discussed why the women in his life has prompted his decision. He and Warren can be seen sitting down discussing like-minded views and thoughts. Warren also acknowledged his endorsement via her Twitter account.

  • Castro and Warren are set to have a rally together Tuesday, according to NPR. This is the second high-profile endorsement for a candidate after Rep. Alexandria Cortez-Ortiz threw her support behind Bernie Sanders. Despite this, Joe Biden has the most endorsements of any candidate in the race.

A few candidates that have dropped out of the race such as Kamala Harris, have yet to endorse anyone. The rally for Castro and Warren is expected to take place in Brooklyn.



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Chequelle Brown is a Digital Intern with Black News Alerts.