By Elizabeth Warren

It’s past 8 pm here in Massachusetts, and many voters are still standing in line in the cold to cast their votes. The results have started trickling in, but I didn’t want to let this moment pass without sending a note of thanks. 

Over the past year, we built something amazing together. We showed the world that we had heart, that we had guts, and that we were willing to get in the ring and fight for a principle — that together we will build a future of growing opportunities for ourselves, our children and our grandchildren.

We raised money from more donors than any Senate campaign in the history of the United States. We knocked on more doors and made more phone calls than any candidate in the history of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We got more votes at the Massachusetts Democratic Convention in June than any campaign ever.  

And we never — never — lost sight of our values.

Regardless of what happens tonight when the votes start coming in, I am proud of the campaign we built together and the work we did together.

We’ll be back in touch soon, but in the meantime and for one of the last times of this campaign, thank you for being a part of this.