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Elizabeth Warren To Hold Town Hall In San Antonio This Week With Former Mayor Julián Castro

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren addresses the crowd at Auditorium Shores in Austin.
JULIA REIHS | KUT
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Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren addresses the crowd at Auditorium Shores in Austin.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren will hold a town hall in San Antonio this week.

The Massachusetts Senator will be in the Alamo City Thursday, Feb. 27 with former San Antonio mayor Julián Castro — who suspended his own presidential campaign in January. Castro also served as secretary of U.S. Housing and Urban Development during the Obama Administration.

This will be Warren's first San Antonio event since launching her campaign, and it comes just before the state's Super Tuesday primary elections on March 3.

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In terms of delegates, Warren is currently in fourth place behind Sen. Bernie Sanders, former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Vice President Joe Biden.

The town hall begins at 6:30 p.m. at Sunset Station.