WASHINGTON — Senator Elizabeth Warren, whose full-throated opposition to high-dollar fund-raising occasions was a central tenet of her presidential marketing campaign, has agreed to host such a gathering of donors for Joseph R. Biden Jr., the presumptive Democratic nominee, who’s contemplating her to be his operating mate.
The on-line occasion is ready to happen on June 15, in response to three individuals with data of the plans, who spoke underneath situation of anonymity to share the main points.
During her presidential run, Ms. Warren explicitly vowed to not attend personal fund-raisers or dial up wealthy donors. A Massachusetts progressive, she championed tax will increase on the rich and at occasions sharply criticized big-money donors. Her rise in public opinion polls final summer time deeply involved many veteran Democratic donors, notably these on Wall Street and within the banking sector who believed she would injury their industries.
Ms. Warren’s spokeswoman declined to remark. Biden marketing campaign officers didn’t reply to requests for remark.
Ms. Warren constructed a community of high-dollar donors as a senator from Massachusetts and beforehand attended fund-raising occasions, increase her personal marketing campaign warfare chest earlier than she entered the Democratic presidential race. But in late February 2019, as she sought to realize traction in on-line presidential fund-raising, particularly amongst progressives who Senator Bernie Sanders was additionally courting, she dominated out big-money occasions.
“That means no fancy receptions or huge cash fund-raisers solely with individuals who can write the large checks,” Ms. Warren mentioned in an electronic mail to supporters on the time. “It implies that rich donors gained’t have the ability to buy higher seats or one-on-one time with me at our occasions. And it means I gained’t be doing ‘name time,’ which is when candidates take hours to name rich donors to ask for his or her help.”
Ms. Warren will now mine her previous donor community to assist Mr. Biden as she maneuvers to turn out to be his operating mate, a place that she has mentioned she would settle for if requested.
While she stays ideologically to Mr. Biden’s left, Ms. Warren has edged nearer to a few of his politically pragmatic positions. Ms. Warren, a supporter of a single-payer “Medicare for all” system, has voiced help for a proposal extra in keeping with Mr. Biden’s place of increasing the Affordable Care Act.
All of this follows Ms. Warren, earlier than and through the 2020 presidential primaries, providing herself as a candidate who might characterize Democrats’ desires, not their fears that President Trump would win a second time period if the get together nominated anybody apart from Mr. Biden.
“We can’t select a candidate we don’t consider in simply because we’re too scared to do anything,” she mentioned throughout her stump speeches final summer time and fall.
She raised $115.eight million throughout her marketing campaign — $66.5 million of which got here from donors who gave lower than $200.
Before operating for president, Ms. Warren had a document as a robust fund-raiser: During her 2018 Senate re-election bid, she raised $30.eight million for a race through which she confronted little critical competitors. During her first Senate race, in 2012, she raised $42.5 million.
While she didn’t maintain personal fund-raising occasions for her personal marketing campaign, Ms. Warren did seem at a number of such occasions for the Democratic National Committee. She additionally, earlier than launching her presidential marketing campaign, contributed funds she’d raised from high-dollar donors to state Democratic events.
Mr. Biden’s different rivals have aided his fund-raising since he grew to become the get together’s presumptive nominee. Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., raised $1 million in a “grass roots” on-line fund-raiser on Friday. Mr. Buttigieg is scheduled to seem at extra fund-raising occasions with Mr. Biden subsequent week, as is Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota. Senator Kamala Harris of California, businessman Andrew Yang and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, all former rivals, are set to seem at Biden fund-raising occasions in June.
Mr. Sanders despatched a fund-raising attraction for Mr. Biden to his donor listing, however declined to share his listing with the Biden marketing campaign.