Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has officially declared her intention to seek re-election in the upcoming election. The 73-year-old incumbent has held her Senate seat since 2012 and made her announcement Monday via a widely-shared campaign video on Twitter. In the video, Massachusetts voters praised Warren for her commitment to fighting for working families. [tweet_embed]March 27, 2023[/tweet_embed] The announcement ends rumors that Warren may challenge President Biden in the 2024 presidential race. In January, the senator declined to endorse Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for re-election, leading to speculation that she had designs on the White House. However, Warren later clarified that she is firmly behind a Biden-Harris ticket. “I fully support the President’s and vice president’s re-election together and never intended to imply otherwise," Warren told GBH News in February. "They’re a terrific team with a strong record of delivering for working families." In her announcement Monday, Warren stated, "We’ve won some big victories for working families in Massachusetts and across the country, but there’s a lot more to do. So today I’m making it official: I’m running for re-election to keep up the fight." Voters in the video echoed the sentiment, with one saying, "Elizabeth doesn't f*** around. She's always in our corner." Senator Warren has made her intentions clear: to fight for working families in her upcoming re-election campaign.