The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced a new interim CEO and other changes to senior officials on Monday, after criticizing that employees did not reflect the diversity of the Democratic Party.
The shaking was announced after a meeting at his headquarters on Capitol Hill, Politico reported. Stories were raised on the news site highlighting concerns about the commission's diversity, which reportedly sparked a tense meeting Monday. Two sources for Fox News confirmed the Politico report.
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"Today was a sobering day filled with difficult conversations that we all too often avoid, but I can confidently say that we are taking the first steps towards returning SCMS back to the path to protecting and expanding our majority, with staff that truly reflects the diversity of our Democratic caucus and our party, "Republican President Cherry Bustos, D-Ill, said in a statement. [1
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Republicans overwhelmed by the turmoil.
The Washington Examiner reports that Michael McAdams, spokesman for the GOP campaign management, "The Cherry Bustos Bra Trial" DCCC. What a disaster for the House Democrats. "
Politico previously reported that members of the Black Caucus Congress and the Hispanic Congress of Congress were upset by Bustos for excluding minorities from important positions and instead kept loyalists close to Yaslow.
Bustos said in a statement that he was proud of his team but promised to do better.
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DCCC was effective in raising funds last year and announced in May that it had raised $ 8.85 million in May – according to reports, its largest ever month.