Elizabeth Warren was born in 1949 and is currently serving as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts. Senator Warren was reelected to the U.S. Senate in 2018 and her seat will be up for election again in 2024.

Warren won the Senate election in 2012, becoming the first female U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. She is an academic and taught law at the University of Texas, the University of Pennsylvania, and at Harvard Law School. Following the 2008 financial crisis, Warren served as chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel, which was created to oversee the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). She later served as Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under President Barack Obama.

Senator Warren is currently serving on the Armed Services Committee; the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee; the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee; and the Special Committee on Aging.

Below is Senator Warren’s voting record and public positions on issues important to the Jewish community. 

In response to Israel’s decision to ban the entry of Democratic Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, Senator Warren criticized the decision, and tweeted: “Israel doesn’t advance its case as a tolerant democracy or unwavering US ally by barring elected members of Congress from visiting because of their political views. This would be a shameful, unprecedented move. I urge Israel’s government to allow [Ilhan Omar] and [Rashida Tlaib] entry.”

Senator Warren supported the Iran nuclear deal. During her campaign she suggested that she would reenter the Iran deal if Iran abides by it. She reiterated her support for reentering the agreement with Iran during the first Democratic debate on June 26. 

Senator Warren has stated that she opposes the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, but she came out against the Israel Anti-Boycott Act by arguing that “the boycott is wrong but outlawing protected free speech activity violates our basic constitution”.

Senator Warren supports the two-state solution. She was critical of the decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem because she believes that it will make it more difficult to achieve peace in the Middle East. Senator Warren has said that she was open to making aid to Israel conditional on whether the government ceases settlement building in the West Bank. She argued that “right now, Netanyahu says he is going to take Israel in a direction of increasing settlements, [but] that does not move us in the direction of a two-state solution.”

In 2018, Senator Warren cosponsored the United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act, a legislation that supported full funding of security assistance to Israel as outlined in the 2016 U.S-Israel Memorandum of Understanding. 

In 2019, Senator Warren was one of the Democrats who voted against the Strengthening America’s Middle East Security Act, which, among other things strengthens Israel’s security, and allows a state or local government to adopt measures to divest its assets from entities that boycott Israel.

Senator Warren is an original cosponsor of Senate Resolution 234 – introduced in Congress on June 5th, 2019 – which reaffirms the commitment of the U.S. to the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and argues that Israeli annexation of territory in the West Bank would undermine peace and Israel’s future as a Jewish and democratic state. 

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Criticized Israel’s decision to ban Omar and Tlaib:

Supported the Iran nuclear deal

Supports Reentering the Iran nuclear deal

Supports two-state solution 

Voted Against the Strengthening America’s Middle East Security Act of 2019

Opposed the Israel Anti-Boycott Act

Opposes the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement

Making aid to Israel conditional on settlement building

Did not support the move of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem

Cosponsored the United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018

Original Cosponsor of Senate Resolution 234