Democrat from Massachusetts
Elizabeth Warren is a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. A former Harvard law professor, she ran against Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass. in 2012. In 2008, she headed an oversight panel for Congress' Troubled Asset Relief Program, better known by its acronym, TARP. Warren helped create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which she oversaw as an interim director. Born in Oklahoma City in 1949, Warren moved to Massachusetts in 1995 with her husband Bruce Mann, also a Harvard law professor. She has a daughter, Amelia, and a son, Alex.