What distinguishes Elizabeth Warren from her 2020 primary opponents? The answer: she has been on both sides of the political spectrum. The senator from Massachusetts, who is considered a progressive icon, was a registered Republican until 1996. However, reviewing thousands of individual cases in bankruptcy courts in mid-1980s and then being tasked with reforming the bankruptcy code, altered Warren's school of thought. The chief architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Warren started her career as a law professor. She also chaired TARP’s independent Congressional Oversight Panel and served as an adviser to the National Bankruptcy Review Commission. Warren made waves when she proposed a wealth tax to address wealth inequality and rolled out a plan to eliminate college debt. The 69-year-old was embroiled in controversy after claiming Native American ancestry. Can the self-proclaimed "Democrat capitalist" break the glass ceiling? Follow our coverage for all the updates.