Tom Perez took the reins of the Democratic National Committee two years ago pledging to be a “turnaround artist,” but the national party enters its fight to unseat President Donald Trump with its major issues unresolved.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez on Thursday announced Democrats will hold at least a dozen presidential debates between June 2019 and April 2020.
Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is locked in a brawl with his state-level counterparts over how the Democratic Party should monetize its voter data.
The Democratic National Committee warned staff in a Monday memo that they are required to be “impartial and evenhanded” during the party’s upcoming presidential primary fight.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez delivered remarks during a Demand Justice event where liberal activists pushed radical proposals such as packing the Supreme Court with additional justices if Democrats regain power.
A Democratic National Committee plan to pool the party’s voter data into one large database for the 2020 election is being met with fierce opposition by state parties and outside groups.
Democratic National Commitee chair Tom Perez said in an interview published Friday that he respected Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.) for voting to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, even though he disagreed with the decision.