In keeping with her Marcel Marceau press conference last month, Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren (D-I’m Not There) has relentlessly avoided the spotlight in advance of taking her U.S. Senate seat.
From Thursday’s Wall Street Journal:
When she is sworn in this January, Elizabeth Warren might be expected to follow a fairly well-established model for making the switch from national figure to freshman senator: Keep your head down and stay out of the limelight.
So far the Massachusetts Democrat has declined most interview requests, and she kept her answers brief at a postelection news conference. The question is whether she will stick to the script.
Early on, there are indications she might not:
In a sign Ms. Warren isn’t wasting time becoming a political player, she has already formed a political-action committee, called PAC for a Level Playing Field. It hasn’t yet reported any contributions, according to Federal Election Commission filings.
Indeed, PAC for a Level Playing Field has plenty of press but no real presence yet.
Just like Warren, yeah?