Earlier in the year, Senator Elizabeth Warren declared her intent to run for reelection. At the same time, she declined to respond to speculation about a possible presidential run in 2020. Moreover, Warren made clear that her focus was on her constituents in Massachusetts. Many perhaps considered this prudent given the political landscape of the Bay State. American politics, however, has entered into a new phase of hyper-engagement, a time in which constituents directly seek, even demand, answers from their elected officials, and Massachusetts residents require little, if any, adaptation to this new political reality.