Elizabeth Warren is already focused on unseating Republican Sen. Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race, but first, she'll have to get through the Democratic primary in September.
Five of her would-be challengers have already give up, but two -- Marisa DeFranco and Jim King -- are still in the running.
As WBUR reports, they're a little frustrated that Warren hasn't joined them in candidate forums throughout the state.
"We’d love to have Elizabeth Warren here and in other forums in the future," King said at one event. "We can articulate our individual positions on the issues that are important in this campaign."
Warren, meanwhile, has been extraordinarily successful in fundraising, and was leading Brown in a December poll.
10 more election stories from beyond the presidential field:
Staffer Injured In Gabrielle Giffords' Shooting Runs To Fill Her Seat [HuffPost]
GOP Senate Hopeful Blasts Pete Hoekstra's Controversial Super Bowl Commercial [Detroit Free Press]
Republican John Sanchez Drops New Mexico Senate Bid [Roll Call]
California Pension Reform Group Suspends Campaign [The Sacramento Bee]
NY Democrat Weighs Primary Challenge To Nydia Velázquez [City & State]
Ohio Republicans Plan To Repeal Strict State Voting Law [Cleveland Plain Dealer]
Congressional Approval Rating Reaches New Low [The Washington Post]
Virginia Senate Candidate Tim Kaine Breaks With President Obama On Contraception Issue [NBC]
Democratic Mayor Backs Republican Challenger For New Jersey Senate Seat [PolitickerNJ]
Utah's Mike Lee Endorses Sarah Steelman For Missouri Senate [The Salt Lake Tribune]
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