Elizabeth Warren is, without a doubt, a national presence, but how much is the Oklahoma-born U.S. Senator from Massachusetts worth? According to CAknowledge.com, Warren has a net worth of $67 million. The site cites Forbes as its source about Warren's wealth.

Forbes pegged Warren's net worth at a paltry $12 million in 2019. Investments, book deals, pensions, royalties, real estate, and her U.S. Senate salary of $285,000 contribute to her amassed wealth.

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Once a Republican, Democrat Elizabeth Warren was born Elizabeth Ann Herring in Oklahoma City on June 22, 1949. Wikipedia says Warren is the fourth child of Pauline Louise Reed and Donald Jones Herring. Warren has described her family life as a child as "hanging on the ragged edge of the middle class."

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Controversies, including allegations of cultural appropriation, some investment choices, and conflicting statements about Wall Street contributors to her various campaigns and other causes, have raised ethics issues for Warren.

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However, none of that appears to have tarnished her reputation with voters in Massachusetts, many of who consider her to be one of them.

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According to ACknowledge, Warren has seven vehicles and 10 homes, including an 8,500 square foot "luxury house" in Oklahoma worth an estimated $13 million. She keeps her home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, because that is where she votes, although Warren sitings in the Bay State are rare.

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By the way, Warren's favorite musical act is Michael Jackson, and her favorite sport is badminton.

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