Two months before voting begins in the 2016 presidential primaries, Sen. Elizabeth Warren remains the only female Democratic senator not to have endorsed Hillary Clinton.
Clinton held an event Monday evening inside a Capitol Hill hotel with 13 of the Senate's 14 female Democrats, making Warren's absence particularly glaring.
Every one of the women in attendance had previously endorsed Clinton in some capacity except Sen. Maria Cantwell of Washington, whose spokesperson told U.S. News in October she was still a holdout. But with Cantwell coming on board, the assembly was meant to convey a powerful show of unity around Clinton, a former senator from New York and the former secretary of state. "We're going to be there for Hillary, we're going to get the vote out," said Cantwell.
Clinton now boasts endorsements from 38 of the 46 Senate Democratic members, or 83 percent of the caucus, according to The Chase, U.S. News' political tracker.
The article goes on to point out that none of the GOP candidates have more than three Senate endorsements and Bernie Sanders has none.
MSNBC pointed out last night that Warren was among those who asked for Clinton to get into the race, however now it appears she is less than enthusiastic.
It should also be noted that Warren has also not endorsed Bernie Sanders.