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It’s interesting to think about the challenges faced by a liberal senator from Massachusetts. You might assume that it would be easy for them to hold onto their seat since the state is dark blue. However, Elizabeth Warren seems to be facing a lot of difficulties in maintaining her position, which is puzzling to some.

It appears that people in Massachusetts might be experiencing what we could call “Elizabeth Warren fatigue.” Given the circumstances the country is in, thanks to terrible liberal polices, it’s understandable that some voters might be growing tired of her. A recent poll conducted by the Fiscal Alliance Foundation shows that former Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker could potentially defeat Warren if they were to go head-to-head for her senate seat. This suggests that there has been a significant shift in public sentiment, and it raises questions about Warren’s popularity and her chances of getting re-elected.

Of course, this is all hypothetical as Baker has not said he’s running, but many insiders think he will.

Hastings Tribune:

Former Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker would beat U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a theoretical matchup between the pair during the 2024 Senate contest, according to a poll of likely Bay State voters.

Warren announced in March she will seek a third term in the upper chamber of Congress, where the state’s senior senator has made a name for herself as an outspoken proponent of progressive policies. The former Harvard Law professor ran unsuccessfully in the Democratic presidential primary ahead of 2020, but maintained her seat in the Senate.

Baker, who did not seek re-election at the end of his second term despite routine citation as the most popular governor in the country, is serving as the president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and has not declared his candidacy for the U.S. Senate or any other political office. He has also routinely denied any talk of him seeking the White House in 2024, citing the impact such a race would have on his family.

Charlie is a hardcore Trump-hating liberal RINO, so it would only be marginally better for conservatives to have him in that Senate seat. But it would be amusing to see Liz Warren, who thinks she’s untouchable, get smacked down in a primary.

Senator Warren has long been highly unlikeable.

Other senators in New England, like Bernie Sanders, Patrick Leahy, Angus King, and even Susan Collins have had no problems getting re-elected time and time again.

There’s something off about Liz.