Elizabeth Warren should be wishing Marisa DeFranco well Saturday, hoping she makes it on the Sept. 6 Democratic primary ballot. Politicians don’t normally like challengers — indeed, Warren’s entire campaign has been all about clearing the field — but in this case DeFranco’s upstart campaign may offer something Warren desperately needs: A way to save her campaign.
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