WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren has ended her Democratic presidential bid after a disappointing finish in Super Tuesday states.

The Massachusetts senator’s campaign had the markers of success: robust poll numbers, impressive fundraising, a national organization.

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But she was squeezed out by Bernie Sanders, who had an immovable base of voters she needed to advance.

In the end, she didn’t even win her home state – she finished third behind Joe Biden, who won it, and Sanders.

Sen. Warren visited Pittsburgh back in December for a public education forum. She appeared at the event with several other Democratic presidential candidates.

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Her exit from the race on Thursday came days after Amy Klobuchar dropped out. It leaves the Democratic field with just one remaining female candidate: Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the race on Wednesday.

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