U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren spent time in San Jose Friday, taking a moment in the afternoon to meet with a local childcare provider and union representatives during her campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Warren, a legislator from Massachusetts, met with Service Employees International Union representatives and Rosa Carreno, a local childcare provider, as part of SEIU’s candidate endorsement process.

Sara Lonardo, a spokesperson for the union in Washington, D.C., said via email that SEIU is “asking all candidates to spend time with our members and not-yet-union workers to understand the challenges facing working people.”

Lonardo said:

“(Warren) assisted Rosa with some of her typical daily tasks such as playing with the children, prepping for lunch, clean up and preparing for nap time.”

Gage Skidmore/Flickr Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren opened her first California for Warren campaign office in Oakland, Calif. Sunday, November 10, 2019.

She continued:

“Senator Warren also sat down with five other child care providers to discuss a milestone in their 16-year long fight to form a union of providers and negotiate with the state of California for salaries and benefits that enable them to have a decent life and time to live it.”

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