The decision by the Democratic National Committee to bring in a man who has questioned whether presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is “dangerous to the future of the Democratic Party” has some questioning whether the party will be able to maintain neutrality in 2020.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) has made changes to her campaign in light of fundraising woes that are causing consternation within her ranks, according to a New York Times report.
Jenna Lowenstein, the deputy campaign manager for Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J.), donated money to the presidential campaign of one of his female Democratic rivals in an attempt to help her secure a spot on the debate stage next month.
The Kirsten Gillibrand presidential campaign made a plea for donations Tuesday with an email subject line reading “a bit of bad news,” to the amusement of fellow 2020 contender Mike Gravel.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) griped about the Democratic National Committee’s donor threshold for making the first primary debate stage next month, calling it “random and inaccurate.”
A former Democratic National Committee official is worried that the party’s overly inclusive primary process is going to give too much valuable debate time to “the bullshit candidates” in the race.
Two wealthy donors are funding a PAC established by the Democratic Party in 2017, despite previously raised concerns about the influence of money in politics.