By Jon Keller

BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren told WBZ-TV political analyst she plans to run re-election in 2024.

Warren took office in 2013 after beating incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown. In the process, Warren became the first woman U.S. senator from Massachusetts. She was re-elected in 2018, defeating Republican nominee Geoff Diehl by a wide margin.

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WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller asked Warren about her 2024 plans as she is up for election, and the country will also be selecting the next president.

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“Joe Biden is running for re-election. I plan on helping him, and I plan on staying in the Senate,” Warren said.

Keller also asked Warren how she would grade Biden’s performance in the White House so far.

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“You know that teachers never do grading until the end of the semester, so I have to wait until the term is over. I will say, he’s heading in the right direction,” Warren said.

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