BOSTON - Massachusetts Sen.-elect Elizabeth Warren has formed her own political action committee.
Warren's "PAC for a Level Playing Field," has yet to report any contributions according to the Federal Election Commission.
Many members of Congress form so-called "leadership PACs" to support candidates for various federal and nonfederal offices.
The FEC defines a leadership PAC in part as a political committee established, financed, maintained or controlled by a candidate or federal officeholder.
Warren, who takes office next month, raised tens of millions of dollars in her successful effort to unseat Republican Sen. Scott Brown - the most expensive election in Massachusetts history.
Warren can now use her fundraising prowess to help other candidates she supports.
This program aired on December 26, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.