Taking selfies has become a staple of her presidential campaign, and she noted this while addressing her thousands of supporters Monday.
"Tonight is a little something different," Warren said.
The Democratic candidate stayed for an additional four hours to take pictures after the rally.
20k people in Washington Square Park so enthusiastic for @ewarren and #BigStructuralChange I was honored and excited to be there! @nyc4warren #WarrenNYC #DreamBigFightHard #Warren2020 #selfie4warren pic.twitter.com/eZDTtUa2c4— Andy Laub (@andydl321) September 17, 2019
Y'all KNOW I waited in line for #myWarrenSelfie under the arch at Washington Square Park. That speech tonight ♥️♥️♥️... AND a whole park full of lovely, friendly, gentle geeky technocrats gathered there to hear her. My people! I am SO EXCITED to vote for @ewarren. pic.twitter.com/xNQ9gOOHcn— Matthew Poe (@matthewsalibi) September 17, 2019
Totally worth the nearly 3-hour wait. @ewarren packed the house as usual and gave an incredibly impressive speech, firing up the crowd throughout. Only admiration and respect for Sen. Warren + her amazing campaign volunteers. #MyWarrenSelfie #WarrenNYC pic.twitter.com/vrhBiPVDHD— Henry Slater (@henrys_0606) September 17, 2019
During the rally, Warren relayed a familiar message, embracing corruption as a central campaign theme.
"Corruption has put our planet at risk. Corruption has broken our economy. And corruption is breaking our democracy," said Warren
Read more about Sen. Warren's visit to NYC HERE.
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