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Elizabeth Warren Says It's 'Too Early' To Talk About Whether She'll Run For Re-Election

"What I will say is, I'm committed to getting up every single day and fighting for the families who sent me."

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) refused to commit to another Senate run in an interview that aired Sunday, saying it was "too early to ask about that."

"What I will say is, I'm committed to getting up every single day and fighting for the families who sent me," Warren told WBZ-TV's Jon Keller. “What I’m doing is I’m fighting for the families who are there in Massachusetts, the families who sent me.” 

Keller asked her about her re-election three times, but she refused to play along.

"I don't want to answer that question," Warren said.

Warren, who is up for re-election in 2018, has repeatedly declined a run for the presidency in 2016. When asked by Keller if she had missed her shot in light of the rise of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Warren said "no." 

On Saturday, Warren met privately with Joe Biden amid speculation of the vice president's possible presidential campaign. Earlier this year, Warren told the Boston Herald that it was "too early" to determine whether she'll campaign for Sanders. And in 2014, Warren said she and all of the other Democratic women in the Senate urged Hillary Clinton to run for president.

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