It took me a few days to notice that Castro had dropped out of the race.
Thanks to your hard work and support this year, this campaign left our politics better than we found it.
There's a lot at stake in the year ahead. But with your hope, passion and perseverance, we can have an even better year in 2020.
Now, on to 2020. There's work to do. pic.twitter.com/LaRxP3bprg
— Julián Castro (@JulianCastro) January 1, 2020
Gossip about Cory Booker fundraising off of Castro’s departure is what brought it to my attention. With the suspension of his Super PAC, Dream United, Cory’s own campaign is showing signs of trouble.
Many are also anticipating a farewell message from Marianne soon, now that it’s been confirmed that the entire Williamson campaign staff has been laid off.
P.S. Many of Castro’s supporters lamented that he was the only one who paid attention to the disabled community. So of course, Warren launched a new agenda to combat “ableism”.
People with disabilities are still fighting for economic security, equal opportunity, and inclusion—and they’re not fighting alone. As president, I'll partner with the disability community to combat ableism and fight for justice across all aspects of life. https://t.co/y9yk7wzwsF
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) January 2, 2020