© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Democratic presidential candidate and creator Marianne Williamson speaks after submitting to put her identify on the poll for the first election with New Hampshire Secretary of State David Scanlan in Concord, New Hampshire, U.S., October 12, 2023.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Marianne Williamson, the self-help creator who gained little traction in her bid to challenge President Joe Biden for the Democratic presidential nomination, dropped out of the race on Wednesday night time.
Williamson, 71, had targeted a lot consideration on New Hampshire’s Democratic main on Jan. 23 however gained solely about 4% assist in an vote that Biden gained handily regardless of not being on the poll.
She had additionally run for the Democratic nomination in 2020.
“I take your love with me, I take your support with me, and I know that, as with every ending, it’s always a new beginning,” Williamson stated in a video posted on X, previously Twitter.
Another long-shot Biden challenger, Democratic Representative Dean Phillips of Minnesota, has remained within the race regardless of restricted assist.