Candidates in the Democratic presidential primary might be spending Tuesday in New Hampshire as they wait for the state’s results, but they're already turning an eye to Virginia.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will hold a town hall in Arlington on Thursday, Feb. 13.

The event will be at Wakefield High School, 1325 S. Dinwiddie St.

Voters head to the polls here on March 3, along with races in more than a dozen other states. Absentee voting has already started in Virginia.

Warren is currently in third at 15.3% in the average of national polls at Real Clear Politics. A Virginia poll from the University of Mary Washington last September had her tied with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for second with 9% in the state. Former Vice President Joe Biden was at 23%.

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BigDawg

Great. More promises from someone who doesn't care!

todd6263

Come and jump on the bandwagon before it sinks to the bottom.

InsideCommenter

Warren has great ideas especially on domestic policy, her work for average every day citizens through the invention of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been immense. If she doesn't win the nomination which is looking more likely at this moment, she should definitely get a cabinet post or she should be voted in as Senate majority leader if we win back the Senate.

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