Sen. Warren's Campaign Thanks Staffers As She Considers Next Moves

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Senator Elizabeth Warren's campaign manager has sent an email to staffers thanking them for their work, and calling the Super Tuesday results "disappointing."

Hours after Mike Bloomberg dropped out of the Democratic race, Warren's campaign manager Roger Lau sent an email to campaign staff thanking them, and commenting on the results from the 14 states that voted on Tuesday.

"We fell short of viability goals and projections," the email said, "and we are disappointed in the results."

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Lau's email also told Warren staffers that while they are "still waiting for more results to come in to get a better sense of the final delegate math," the team is "obviously disappointed."

The message said Lau would soon announced that "Elizabeth is talking to the team to assess the path forward."

More than a third of the total number of delegates were up for grabs on Super Tuesday, and after polls closed, it became clear former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders had swept many of the states. Warren had received a total of 8 pledge delegates.

The email told Warren's staffers that "this decision is in her hands."

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