Elizabeth Warren Just Got a New Puppy. What Should She Name Him?

“Persistence” and “Running Mate” are just a few suggestions so far.

Elizabeth Warren and her new puppy. Elizabeth Warren/Twitter

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Sometimes, we all need a bit of puppy love. And Sen. Elizabeth Warren is no different. On Sunday, the senator tweeted that she had just gotten an adorable new puppy—its name yet to be decided. 

So, let’s have some fun: What do you think Warren should name her new puppy? (Editor’s note: I think “TBD” has a nice to ring to it.) We’ll share some of your most creative suggestions in a post this week.

Update: We are no longer accepting submissions. Read our follow up story some of your best suggestions here


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