"Run Warren Run" has, well, stopped running.
MoveOn.org and Democracy for America, the two liberal groups behind the Run Warren Run campaign, announced Tuesday that they were suspending their efforts to support Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president. The Democrat from Massachusetts has repeatedly said she will not run in 2016.
This week, the groups will give Warren a petition signed by 365,000 supporters, in one last push to encourage her to enter the race, and then back down.
"The groups will then rest their case and suspend their draft effort," the groups said in a statement.
Since December 2014, the two organizations have pledged to raise $1.25 million toward the effort. They've opened offices in Iowa and New Hampshire, and held more than 400 campaign events, like house parties and rallies, for a prospective Warren candidacy.
Run Warren Run has pointed to Warren as an alternative to Hillary Clinton, whose close ties to the financial industry and previous support of trade agreements—Clinton once called the Trans-Pacific Partnership a "gold standard"—irk progressive groups.
Warren, however, has vehemently denied she's interested in the race. A day after Clinton announced her presidential campaign in April, Warren spoke at an event with environmentalists and labor unions. People held up "Run Warren Run" signs there, but Warren ignored them and stuck to her talking points.