Per the article ...
As Ms. Warren steadily rises in the polls she is working diligently to protect her left flank, lining up with progressives on nearly every issue and trying to defuse potential attacks from supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
"I'm with Bernie," she responds when asked about what is perhaps the most contentious issue of the primary race: "Medicare for all."
In phone calls, text messages and small gatherings before her rallies, as well as in one-on-one meetings over hot tea at her Washington condominium, Ms. Warren is simultaneously courting and assuring Democratic town leaders, statewide officials and the chiefs of the country's largest unions.
The outreach is not just an effort to avoid the confrontational approach Mr. Sanders took in 2016, when he inveighed against party insiders and the committee itself, which he correctly believed was favoring Hillary Clinton.
Ms. Warren is also trying to allay concerns among Democrats that, as a progressive candidate proposing sweeping change, she may not have enough mainstream appeal to compete with President Trump in the general election.
Most of the other White House contenders are, of course, also wooing party officials.
But the more establishment-aligned candidates like former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Kamala Harris of California do not face the same questions about their visions for party politics.
And interviews with about two dozen Democrats who have been in contact with Ms. Warren reveal that her style of courtship has been unusually determined.
And Warren is flawed by thinking "electability" is a real thing because majorities of Americans support Bernie on the individual issues ...
Also, if Warren truely wanted to win back the Senate for Democrats she (and others) could always advocate for issues that matter most to people instead of wanting to stand with the DNC decision-makers.
A President Warren would be good, but not NEARLY as good as a President Bernie.