Warren's bid for the White House has been defined since its start by themes of fighting corruption and money in politics. The Massachusetts Democrat took it to the next level on Monday, blasting out an email to supporters vowing to forgo any "fancy receptions or big money fundraisers only with people who can write big checks" as well as phone calls to rich donors.  "For every time you see a presidential candidate talking with voters at a town hall, rally, or local diner, those same candidates are spending three or four or five times as long with wealthy donors – on the phone or in conference rooms at hedge fund offices, or at fancy receptions and intimate dinners ̵
Warren's announcement Monday is a tacit challenge to – and perhaps even criticism – of some of her competitors in Democratic field who have courted big dollar donors and bundlers.
The Warren campaign has not held a single fundraiser since New Year's Eve when Warren launched her presidential exploratory committee, Warren aides confirmed to CNN.
The time that Warren and Her staff can save themselves by skipping glitzy fundraisers and calling times with deep-pocketed donors, they say, the time they devote to more organizing events, town halls, and calls to supporters of the grassroots and small-dollar donor. In just under two months, Warren has traveled to Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada, California, Georgia and Puerto Rico, and has clocked in more than 20 campaign events.
Warren has already disavowed any PAC money and donations
A fundraising email last week said Warren is "not taking any contributions from PACs or federal lobbyists, and she's not spending her time cozying up wealthy donors who can write big checks, "and added for emphasis:" You can not say that about all the other candidates in this race. "
Warren's announcement on Monday also highlights her campaign's emphasis on building a routine movement as a long-term investment, as the senator hopes to eventually take President Donald Trump next November.
"By then we'll be up against a Republican machine that will be hell-bent on keeping the White House," Warren wrote "They will have PACs and Super PACs and too many special interest groups to count, and we will do what is necessary to match them financially. That means investing-starting now – in every one of our state parties and in our national party too. "