Check Out This Crazy Photo of an Elizabeth Warren Volunteer Meeting

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This is a photo of a volunteer meeting for Elizabeth Warren, who is leading the race for the Democratic nomination to take on Sen. Scott Brown (R) in Massachusetts:

Volunteers at an Elizabeth Warren rally in Framingham, Massachusetts.: ElizabethforMA/FlickrVolunteers at an Elizabeth Warren rally in Framingham, Massachusetts. ElizabethforMA/Flickr

This looks more like the kind of crowd you’d see at presidential volunteer meeting late in the campaign than a rally for a Senate candidate 13 months before the general election. It sure looks like Warren has her base fired up. That’s not all: On Wednesday, Alan Khazei, perhaps Warren’s strongest opponent in the Democratic primary, dropped out of the race, all but ensuring Warren wins the nomination and has a unified Democratic party behind her for an epic November 2012 showdown with Brown.

(h/t Daily Kos Elections)

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